Location

Rochester, Minnesota

Contact

rhubmayr@mayo.edu Clinical Profile

Summary

Thousands of patients with acute lung injury die each year from complications of mechanical ventilation. There is overwhelming experimental evidence that large lung deformations promote edema and may trigger inflammation. This evidence has generated an intense debate about the appropriate choice of ventilator settings for patients with injured lungs and has fueled research on the mechanisms of ventilator-induced lung injury (VILI).

Research in my laboratory focuses on both mechanisms and biologic sequelae of lung deformation. We are addressing this problem using different experimental models that range in scale from whole animals to structural elements of individual cells.

Recent Publications

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Professional Details

Primary Appointment

  1. Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine

Joint Appointment

  1. Physiology and Biomedical Engineering

Administrative Appointment

  1. Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine

Academic Rank

  1. Professor of Medicine
  2. Professor of Physiology

Education

  1. Fellow - Clinical Fellow in Thoracic Diseases Mayo Clinic in Rochester
  2. Fellow - Postdoctoral Fellow in Pulmonary Physiology Mayo Clinic in Rochester
  3. Resident The Memorial Hospital, Worcester, MA
  4. Internship - Medical Internship BKH Schwaz
  5. Internship - Surgical Internship BKH Schwaz
  6. MD University of Innsbruck
  7. Other - B.G. II Linz Matura
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