Maxim Eckmann, M.D.
The Department of Anesthesiology is currently engaged in both basic science and clinical/translational research to improve patient care and train students and resident physicians to analyze and conduct studies. We are actively recruiting for a Vice-Chair of Research. In the interim, Maxim Eckmann, MD is directing our laboratory investigations with a focus on mechanisms of pain development and treatment using rodent in vivo models.
Specific Lab Expertise includes:
- Small animal surgery
- Behavioral analysis of nociception
- Pharmacological interventions
- Protein expression/activity analysis
Current Projects include:
- Analysis of behavioral response following perineural therapies
- Evaluation of neurolytic effects of perineural therapies
- Peripherally mediated opioid analgesia
- Regulation of inflammation-associated proteins following nerve injury
Our department encourages students and resident physicians to rotate through our lab(s). Anesthesiology researchers also mentor participants in the Medical Student Summer Research Program for both basic science and clinical research. For more information you may contact Dr. Eckmann via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.