This is not a Model System under the current funding cycle.
The Michael D. Hendrix Burn Research Center (Hopkins) maintains an active research program that is focused primarily on translational research. This aims to improve and develop novel therapies and achieve better patient care. Research interests of the team fall into the following areas: metabolism, sepsis, immunology of burns, wound healing, posttraumatic stress and other psychological sequelae, non-traditional pain management and burn reconstruction. The basic science burn research laboratory is housed in the Alpha Center at the Johns Hopkins Bayview campus and provides facilities for the investigation of wound healing, burn wound sepsis and the immune response.
As Lead Center
|Title||Type||Start Date||End Date|
|A Trial of an Augmented Exercise Program in the Prevention of Deconditioning among Survivors of Severe Burns||Independent||10/01/2007||09/30/2012|
|Preventing Secondary Complications and Disability Among Patients with Acute Burn Injuries: The Safety, Meaning, Activation and Resilience Trial (SMART)||Independent||10/01/2007||09/30/2012|
|Psychological and social needs of long term survivors of major burn: Long-Term Follow-Up of the Burn Model System National Database Sample (LTF-NDS)||Collaborative||10/01/2007||09/30/2012|
|Burn Rehabilitation: Integration of Nintendo Gaming Technology||Independent||10/01/2007||09/30/2011|