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Kinjal Sethuraman, MD, MPH

Academic Title:

Assistant Professor

Primary Appointment:

Emergency Medicine

Additional Title:

Assistant Professor

Location:

Hyperbaric Medicine

Phone (Primary):

410 328 6152

Fax:

410 328 3758

Education and Training

 

University of Vermont College of Medicine- Burlington, VT

Doctor of Medicine

 

Boston Medical Center

Residency in Emergency Medicine

 

Johns Hopkins University- Sinai Hospital of Baltimore 

Internal Medicine Preliminary Year

 

North Shore Long Island Jewish Health System

Global Health Fellowship

 

University of Michigan School of Public Health

Masters of Public Health

Department of Epidemiology and International Health

 

University of Rochester

Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry

Minor: Religion and Classics

 

 

Biosketch

Dr. Sethuraman is the Associate Director of Hyperbaric Medicine at R Adams Cowley Shock Trauma Center.  Her research interest includes hyperbaric oxygen as treatment for carbon monoxide toxicity, radiation injury, decompression illness, ophthalmic conditions and necrotizing soft tissue infections.   She engages in basic science research related to hyperbaric medicine.  

She is also a practicing emergency medicine physician.  Dr. Sethuraman has been on the Academy of Women in Academic Emergency Medicine (AWAEM) for the past 5 years serving on the Executive Council. 

Research/Clinical Keywords

Hyperbaric Medicine Women in Medicine Gender Medicine

Highlighted Publications

Bhullar JBhopale VM, Yang M,  Sethuraman KThom SR.  Microparticle formation by platelets exposed to high gas pressures - An oxidative stress response. Free Radic Biol Med. 2016 Dec;101:154-162. 

 

Sward DGSethuraman KNWong JSRosenthal RE. Carbon monoxide and ST-elevation myocardial infarction: case reports. 2016 Jan-Feb;43(1):63-9.Undersea Hyperb Med. 

 

Sethuraman KN, Marcolini EG, McCunn M, Hansoti B,  Vaca FE, Napolitano LM. Gender-Specific Issues in Traumatic Injury and Resuscitation: Consensus-Based Recommendations for Future Research. Dec 2014 Academic Emergency Medicine.

Sethuraman, KN, McGregor A, Wolfe J.  Academy of Women in Academic Emergency Medicine's Professional Development Series: The Choice is yours. Academic or Private. Dec 2014 Academic Emergency Medicine.

Osborn TO, Alagappan K, Emlet L, Huang DT, Holliman CJ, Sethuraman K, Zimmerman JL. The patient care continuum from the emergency department to the intensive care unit: 25 years of progress and innovation in intensive care medicine. European Society of Intensive Care Medicine p189-197, 2008.

 

Sethuraman KN, Duong D, Mehta S, Director T, Crawford D, St. George J, Rathlev NK. Complications of tube thoracostomy placement in the emergency department. Journal of Emergency Medicine 2011 Jan;40(1):14‒20. Epub 2008 Dec 20.

Hirshon JM, Hansoti B, Hauswald M, Sethuraman K, Kerr N, Scordino D, Biros M. Ethics in Acute Care Research: A Global Perspective and Research Agenda. Academic Emergency Medicine. 2013 Dec;20 (12): 1251-1258.  

 

Terrell JE, Nanavati KA, Esclamado RM, Bishop JK, Bradford CR, Wolf GT. Head and neck cancer-specific quality of life: instrument validation. Archives of Otolaryngology - Head and Neck Surgery 1997 Oct;123(10):1125‒1132.

 

Terrell JE, Nanavati KA, Esclamado RM, Bradford CR, Wolf GT. Health impact of head and neck cancer. Otolaryngology - Head and Neck Surgery 1999 June;120(6):852‒859.

 

Nanavati KA, Fisher SD, Miller TL, Lipshultz SE. HIV-related cardiovascular disease and drug interactions. American Journal of Cardiovascular Drugs 2004 Oct;4(5):315‒324.

 

 

 

Clinical Specialty Details

Emergency Medicine

Hyperbaric Medicine

Awards and Affiliations

Society of Academic Emergency Medicine

Academy of Women in Academic Emergency Medicine- Executive Council

Undersea and Hyperbaric Medicine Society

American College of Emergency Medicine