Damage-associated molecular patterns in critical illness and multi-organ failure

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10.21037/jeccm.2018.10.04

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Eppensteiner, John, and Jaewoo Lee (n.d.). Damage-associated molecular patterns in critical illness and multi-organ failure. Journal of Emergency and Critical Care Medicine, 2. pp. 80–80. 10.21037/jeccm.2018.10.04 Retrieved from https://hdl.handle.net/10161/20054.

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Eppensteiner

John C Eppensteiner

Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine

John Eppensteiner, MD is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Emergency Medicine. He completed his emergency medicine training here at Duke University during which time he served as chief resident. He also completed the first-of-its-kind integrated research fellowship year which is now an established pathway in the Duke Emergency Medicine Residency Program. His research interests are primarily focused on the immune response to trauma and early inflammatory biomarkers used in predictive modeling after traumatic injury. Dr. Eppensteiner has also served as site PI for several clinical trials enrolling patients in the Emergency Department.


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