D. Lynn Dyess, M.D.
Surgical Oncology

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USA Mitchell Cancer Institute
1660 Springhill Avenue
Mobile, Alabama 36604
(251) 665-8000

Strada Patient Care Center
1601 Center Street, Suite 2A
Mobile, Alabama 36604
(251) 660-5763

ldyess@health.southalabama.edu

 Professional Profile

 Research Interests:
- Capillary Permeability Alterations in Canine Soft Tissue as a Result of Experimentally Induced Thermal Injury:  Physiologic Consequences of Various Resuscitation Fluids.
- Establishment of a Porcine Model of Neonatal Necrotizing Enterocolitis for Purposes of Analyzing the Effects of Interventional Therapy.
- Scald-Induced Redistribution of Blood Flow in Injured and Uninjured Soft Tissues.
- Capillary Permeability Alterations Result from Thermal Injury in an Isolated Rat Hind limb Model.
- Fibrin Glue in Breast Cancer Surgery.

Education:
- University of Southern Mississippi, Hattiesburg, Mississippi (1973)
- University of South Alabama, Mobile, Alabama (1973-1975)
- Auburn University, Auburn, Alabama B.S. – Pharmacy (1975-1978)
- University of South Alabama, College of Medicine, Mobile, Alabama, M.D. (1978-1982)
- University of South Alabama, Graduate School, College of Medicine, Mobile, Alabama, Basic Medical Sciences (1987-1989)

Postgraduate Training:
- University of Louisville Affiliated Hospitals: Louisville, Kentucky, General Surgery Intern (1982-1983)
- University of Louisville Affiliated Hospitals: Louisville, Kentucky, General Surgery Resident (1983-1984)
- University of South Alabama: Mobile, Alabama, College of Medicine, General Surgery Resident (1984-1987)
- University of South Alabama: Mobile, Alabama, College of Medicine, Burn Fellowship (1987-1989)

 Teaching:
- Course Director: (ATLS), Advanced Trauma Life Support, American College of Surgeons
- State Faculty: (ATLS), Advanced Trauma Life Support, American College of Surgeons
- Course Director: (PHTLS) Pre-hospital Trauma Life Support, American College of Surgeons
- Instructor: (ABLS), Advanced Burn Life Support, American Burn Association, Nebraska Burn Institute
- Graduate Faculty: Associate Member, University of South Alabama, Graduate School

 Medical Licensure: 
- Alabama Medical License

 Board Certifications: 
- American Board of Surgery, December 13, 1989
- Surgery:  Re-certified December 4, 2007
- American Board of Surgery, October 21, 1994
- Surgical Critical Care Recertified October 18, 2002
- Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS)
- Advanced Trauma Life Support (ATLS)
- Pre-hospital Trauma Life Support (PHTLS)
- Alabama EMS Medical Control Director

 Professional Appointments: 
- Editorial Consultant: Southern Medical Journal
- Committee on Applicants: American College of Surgeons
- Breast Disease Committee: NSABP (National Surgical Adjuvant Breast & Bowel Project)
- State Chair: American College of Surgeons Committee on Cancer
- Mobile County Medical Society: Board of Censors
- President of Medical Staff: USA Children and Women's Hospital
- Associate Examiner for Certifying Exam: The American Board of Surgery
- AdHoc Journal Reviews: American Surgeon
- University of South Alabama, College of Medicine, Dept. of Surgery, Instructor General Surgery (1987-1990)
- University of South Alabama, College of Medicine, Assistant Professor, General Surgery (1990-1993)
- University of South Alabama, College of Medicine, Assistant Professor, Dept. of Physiology (1991-1993)
- University of South Alabama, College of Medicine, Associate Member, Graduate School Faculty (1998-present)
- University of South Alabama, College of Medicine, Professor, General Surgery (2000- present)
- College of Medicine, Medical Executive Committee-Mobile Infirmary West (2008-2012)
- College of Medicine, Chairperson, Cancer Coordinating Committee (2007-present)
- College of Medicine, Curriculum Committee (1990-1992)
- College of Medicine, Executive Council (1992-present)
- College of Medicine, Faculty Assembly (1992-1996)
- College of Medicine, Institutional Review Board (1993-1999)
- College of Medicine, Faculty Senate (1994-1997)
- College of Medicine, Standards in the Conduct of Research (1998-2001)
- College of Medicine, Operations Committee (2012-present)
- College of Medicine, OSCE/Clinical Skills Task Force (Chairperson) (2012-present)
- Hospital Committee, USA CW Hospital Medical Executive Committee (2012-present) (Chairperson 2014)
- Hospital Committee, IRB Mobile Infirmary Medical Center (2006-present)

Honors and Academic Achievements: 
- Merit Scholarship, University of South Alabama (1974-1975)
- Postdoctoral Fellowship – NFID Stuart Pharmaceuticals, Surgical Infection Research, Awarded $20,000 (1987-1988)
- Fellowship, Surgical Infection Society, Marion Laboratories, Awarded $35,000 (1988-1989)
- Red Sash Award, University of South Alabama (2014, 2013, 2011)
- White Coat Ceremony, University of South Alabama (2013)  

Professional Memberships:
- Fellow, American College of Surgeons
- American Association for the Surgery of Trauma
- American Association of Endocrine Surgeons
- American Cancer Society/Mobile County Unit-member, Board of Directors
- American Medical Association
- American Burn Association
- American Physiological Society
- Association for Surgical Education
- Association for Academic Surgery
- Medical Association of the State of Alabama
- Medical Association of Mobile County
- Society of University Surgeons
- Southern Medical Association
- Southeastern Surgical Congress
- American Society of Breast Surgeons

Other Professional Honors / Services: 
- Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Society, University of South Alabama, College of Medicine (1993)

Grants and Contracts:
- American Cyanamid Company, Division of Davis & Geck, Wayne, New Jersey, “Evaluation of a Biofragmentable Anastomosis Ring”. Awarded:  $20,000.00 (1986)
- Hyland Pharmaceuticals, Gammagard. Awarded : $14,000.00 (1988)
- Marion Laboratories, Dimac. Awarded:  $23,100.00 (1988)
- Marion Laboratories, “Immuno Fibrin Sealant”. Awarded:  $10,940.00 (1988)
- Norwich Eaton, “Buprenex 2”. Awarded:  $25,000.00(1988)
- Marion Laboratories, “Performance of Integra in the Treatment of Thermal Injuries” Awarded:  $49,000.00 (1989); $49,000.00 (1990)
- Southern Medical Association, “Fibrin Glue as a Nidus for Infection in Splenic Repair”  Awarded:   $886.00 (1989)
- International Association of Fire Fighters Burn Foundation, Research Grant.  Microvascular Changes at the Site of Burn Injury: Physiological
- Consequences of Crystalloid and Colloid Fluid Resuscitation” Awarded:  $12,000.00 (1989-1990) Ethicon “Epidermal Growth Factor” Awarded:  $39,600.00 (1989-1990)
- Purdue Frederick Company. “Evaluation of MS-Contin for Analgesia in Burn Patients” Awarded:  $30,000.00 (1989-1990)
- Immuno US, Inc.  “Efficacy of Fibrin Sealant in Burn Treatment” Awarded:  $40,000.00 (1989-1991)
- Purdue Frederick. “Evaluation of Betadine cream in the Treatment of Burn Wounds”. Awarded: $66,540.00 (1989-91)
- International Association of Fire Fighters Burn Foundation, Research
- Grant “Microcirculatory Changes at the Site of the Burn Injury: Physiological Consequences of Crystalloid and Colloid Fluid Resuscitation” Awarded: $21,000.00 (1990-1991)
- American Heart Association, Research Administration.  “Mucosal Integrity In Neonatal Intestine:  Effects of Hypoxia, Hypothermia, and Vasoactive Agents” Awarded: $12,500.00 (1992-1993)
- U.S. Pharmaceuticals Group Pfizer Inc. “The Study of Candidemia” Awarded: $6,000.00 (1996)
- National Institute of Health. “Role of Intrinsic Cardiac Neurons in Cardiac Control”. (Collaborator) Awarded:  $1,402,375.00 (1997-2002)
- American Heart Association. “Peripheral Microvascular Permeability Response ETO Autocoids in Heart Failure: Role of Catecholamines and Prostanoids”.  Awarded:  $66,071.00 (1998-1999), (1999-2000)
- Evaluation of the Efficacy of the V.A.C. on Management of Acute Hand Burns 2000, Awarded: $2,000.00 per patient.
- A Multicenter Clinical Trial of the Effects of Topical Application of Cerium Nitrate/Silver Sulfadiazine cream Versus Silver Sulfadiazine Alone in the Treatment of Burn Patient 2000, Awarded: $3,100.00 per patient.
- Clinical Evaluation of Regranex (becaplermin) 0.01% Gel for the Treatment of Full thickness Diabetic Neuropathic Foot Ulcers 2000 Awarded: $7,500.00 per patient
- Controlled, Randomized, Multi-Center Study of the Effects of a Composite Cultured Skin Containing a Collagen Matrix Seeded with Allograft Cells on The Management of Split Thickness Donor Sites in Burn Patients. (1999-2000) Awarded: $3, 4390.54/per patient Total: $34,395.00
- A Prospective, Multicenter, Double-Blind, with In-House Blinding, Randomized, Comparative Study to Evaluate the Efficacy, Safety, and Tolerability, of Ertapenem versus Piperacillin/Tazobactam in the Treatment of Diabetic Foot Infections in Adults. Awarded: Merck: $6,045.00
- Crosstalk Between Cancer Cells and Bone via the Hedgehog Pathway Determines Bone Metastasis of Breast Cancer. (2006) Awarded $440.000.
- Fibrin Sealant: A Study to Evaluate the Safety and Efficacy of Fibrin Sealant with 4IU/ML Thrombin Vapor Heated, Solvent/Detergent Treated (FS 4IU VH S/D) to Adhere Tissues and Improve Wound Healing $5, 5750.00 per case. Sponsor: Baxter
- Linezolid in the Treatment of Subjects with Complicated Skin and Soft Tissue Infections Proven To Be Due to Methicillin-Resistant Staphylococcus Aureus.  Sponsor: Pfizer
- A Phase III, Multi-center, Randomized, Evaluation Committee-Blinded Study to Assess the Efficacy of Topical Administration of Omiganan 1.0% Gel in Preventing Local Catheter Site Infections and Catheter Colonization in Patients Undergoing Central Venous Catheterization.  Sponsor: Cadence
- A Phase III multi-center randomized double-blind placebo-controlled trial of ibuprofen injection (IVIb) for treatment of pain in post-operative adult patients.  Sponsor: Cumberland
- Nuvocid (oritavancin) at Single or Infrequent Doses for the Treatment of Complicated Skin and Skin Structure Infections (SIMPLIFI)
- Sponsor: Targanta
- A Phase II Prospective, Non-Comparative Evaluation of Carboxymethylcellulose Silver Dressing Reinforced with Nylon in the Care of Partial Thickness Burns.  Sponsor: Convatec

 Selected Publications and Abstracts:
1. Dyess DL, Adams MC, Kelly CH, Hemphill V. Luterman A, Curreri PW. “The Curreri Formula Revisited.” American Burn Association.  1985, p. 31.

2. Dyess DL, Ferrara JJ, Lasecki M, Kinsey S, Donnell C, Jurkovich GJ. “Surface Oximetry:  A Method to Evaluate Intestinal Perfusion.” The Southeastern Surgical Congress. 1987, p. 37.

3. Jurkovich GJ, Dyess DL, Ferrara JJ.  “Cholecystostomy: Expected  Outcome in Calculous and Acalculous Disease.” The Southeastern  Surgical Congress. 1987, p. 31. 

4. Ferrara JJ, Dyess DL, Luterman A, Curreri PW. “The Suppressive Effect of Subeschar, Tissue Fluid upon In Vitro Cell-Mediated Immunologic Function.” Proceedings of  the American Burn Association.  p. 20:25, 1988.

5. Dyess DL, Curreri PW, Ferrara JJ. “A New Technique for Sutureless Intestinal Anastomosis:  A Prospective, Randomized, Clinical Trial.” Southeastern Surgical Congress.  1989, p. 15.

6. Dyess DL, Ferrara JJ, and Luterman A.  “Clinical and Experimental Evidence of Immune Suppression.”  Proceedings of the American Burn Subeschar Tissue Fluid as a Source of Cell-Mediated Association.  21:73, 1989.

7. Ferrara JJ, Dyess DL, Ardell JL, Taylor AE. “Microvascular Hemodynamic and Permeability Alterations in Thermal Injury: Effects of Hypertonic Saline Administration.” The FASEB Journal. 3(3):A386, 1989. 

8. Dyess DL, Reed RK, Townsley MI, Laurent TC, Onarheim H, Taylor AE, Luterman A, Ferrara JJ.  “Tissue Hyaluronan Flux in Response to Burn Injury.” Proceedings of the American Burn Association.  22:26, 1990.

9. Dyess DL, Ferrara JJ, Ardell J, Townsley MI, Luterman A, Taylor AE, Curreri PW. “Microvascular Hemodynamic and Permeability Alterations in Thermal Injury:  Effects of Hyperosmolar Crystalloid Solutions.” Proceedings of the American Burn Association.  22:33, 1990.

10. Alexander L, Luterman A, Dyess DL, Fields-Blache C, Wright T, Wolman R, Miller J. “MS Contin, an Oral Morphine Preparation for Post Burn Analgesia.” Proceedings of the American Burn Association 22:206, 1990.

11. Fuller AD, Adams M, Kelley C, Dyess DL, Luterman A. “A Formula For Calculating Caloric Requirements in the Obese Burn Patient:  A New Addition to the Family of Formulas.” Proceedings of the American Burn Association. 22:214, 1990.

12. Collins JN, Ferrara JJ, Dyess DL, Ardell JL, Townsley MI, Taylor AE.  “The Effects of Albumin Resuscitation on Microvascular Permeability at the Site of Burn Injury.”  The FASEB Journal. 4(3):A591, 1990.

13. Dyess DL, Ferrara JJ, Ardell JL, Townsley MI, and Taylor AE.“Microvascular Permeability Alterations at the Site of Burn Injury: Effects of Hypertonic Fluid Resuscitation.” The FASEB Journal. 4(3):A287, 1990.

14. Reed RK, Ferrara JJ, Dyess DL, Onarheim H, Townsley MI, Laurent TC, Taylor AE.  “Increased Hyaluronan (HA) Flux From Skin in Burn Injury.” The FASEB Journal. 4(3):A591, 1990.

15. Ferrara JJ, Christenberry DP, Peeples GL, Ardell JL, Dyess DL, Powell RW, Taylor AE.  “Organ Blood Flow Redistribution in Response to Hypoxic Stress in the Premature Piglet.” The FASEB Journal. 4(3):A700, 1990.

16. Alexander LA, Luterman A, Dyess DL, Woman R, Miller JN.  “MS Contin, An Oral Morphine Preparation for Postburn Analgesia.” American pain Society Ninth Annual Scientific Meeting Proceedings. October 1990.

17. Collins JN, Dyess DL, Townsley MI, Ardell JL, Ferrara JJ. “The Effects of 21-Aminosteroids on Capillary Permeability at the Site of Burn Injury.” Society of University Surgeons. 1991, p. 8. 

18. Marble KT, Dyess DL, Roberts WS, Ardell JA, Powell RW, Ferrara JJ. “Organ Blood Flow Distribution in Response to Hypothermia in The Neonatal Pig.” Society of University Surgeons.  The FASEB Journal.

19. Marble KT, Dyess DL, Roberts WS, Ardell JA, Powell RW, Ferrara JJ. “Organ Blood Flow Distribution in Response to Hypothermia in The Neonatal Pig.” Society of University Surgeons.  The FASEB Journal. 5:A1140, 1991.

20. Collins JN, Dyess DL, Ferrara JJ, Ardell J, Townsley MI, Taylor AE. “The Effects of Albumin Administration on Microvascular Permeability at the Site of Burn Injury.” Proceedings of the American Burn Association. 23:130, 1991.

21. Ainsworth P, Blache C, Dyess DL, Luterman A.  “The Evaluation of the Unna Boot in the Treatment of Autografted Burn Wounds.” Proceedings of the American Burn Association. 23:181, 1991.

22. Murphy RM, Gautheir WH, Downing EF III, Cosgrove M, Blache C, Dyess DL, Luterman A. “Water Heaters and Flammable Vapors: Controlled Testing of this High Risk Home Hazard.” Proceedings of The American Burn Association. 23:220, 1991.

23. Dyess DL, Peeples GL, Marble KT, Ardell JL, Powell RW, Ferrara JJ. “The Effect of Indomethacin on Blood Flow Distribution in the Neonatal Pig.” The FASEB Journal. 5(5):A1140, 1991.

24. Roberts WS, Marble KT, Dyess DL, Ardell JL, Powell RW, Ferrara JJ “The Impact of Hypovolemia on Regional Blood Flow Distribution in the Neonatal Pig.” The FASEB Journal. 5(5):A1140, 1991.

25. Marble KT, Roberts WS, Dyess DL, Ardell JL, Powell RW, Ferrara JJ “Organ Blood Flow Distribution in Response to Hypothermia in the Neonatal Pig.” The FASEB Journal. 5(5):A1140, 1991.

26. Collins JN, Dyess DL, Ardell JL, Townsley MI, Taylor AE, Ferrara JJ “Albumin’s Effects on Microvascular Permeability in Burn Injury.” The FASEB Journal. 5(6):A1753, 1991.

27. Dyess DL, Marble KT, Roberts WS, Ferrara JJ, Ardell JL, Powell RW.  “Regional Changes in Blood Flow Hypothermic Stress in the Neonatal Pig.” American Pediatric Surgical Association. 22(2):99, 1991.

28. Marble KT, Peeples GL, Dyess DL, Ardell JL, Ferrara JJ, Powell RW.  “Regional Blood Flow Distribution in Response to Dopamine And Dobutamine in Premature and Neonatal Piglets.” American Academy of Pediatrics. 1991, p. 21.

29. Tacchi E, Dyess DL, Ardell JL, Brady A, Ferrara JJ. “Development of a Swine Model for the Study of the Effects of Premature Birth.” American Association for Laboratory Animal Science Bulletin. 30(4):29, 1991.

30. Collins JN, Dyess DL, Townsley MI, Ardell JL, Taylor AE, Ferrara JJ “Graded Thermal Injury Effects on Capillary Permeability.” Association for Academic Surgery.  1991, p. 63.

31. Christenberry DP, Peeples GL, Tacchi E, Roberts WS, Ferrara JJ, Ardell JL, Dyess DL, Powell RW. “Intestinal Blood Flow Responses To Hypoxia in Premature, Two-Day and Two-Week Old Piglets.” Journal of Pediatric Surgery.  26:502, 1991.

32. Alexander L, Elortgui O, Blache C, Dyess DL, Luterman A. “Body Temperature Changes During Burn Surgery: A Retrospective Study.” Proceedings of 4th Annual Regional Burn Seminar, Southern Medical Association, American Burn Association Region IV, 1991.

33. Blache C, Wright T, Dyess DL, Luterman A. “Epidermal Growth Factor in the Treatment of Partial Thickness Burn Wounds.” Proceedings of the 4th Annual Regional Burn Seminar, Southern Medical Association, American Burn Association Region IV, Nashville, Tennessee, October 1991.

34. Ferrara JJ, Dyess DL, Collins JN, Taheri P, Ardell JL. “Effects of Penta fraction Administration on Microvascular Permeability Alterations Induced by Scald Injury.” Proceedings of the American Burn Association. 24:7, 1992.

35. Dyess DL, Collins JN, Townsley MI, Ardell JL, Luterman A, Taylor AE, Ferrara JJ. « The Effects of Lazaroids on Capillary Permeability At the Site of Burn Injury.” Proceedings of the American Burn Association. 24:75, 1992.

36. Winn K, Kenny S, Dyess DL, Luterman A. “An Initial Experience with Use of the Automated Handwashing Device in a Burn Unit.” Proceedings of the American Burn Association. 24:145, 1992.

37. Dyess DL, Coker P, Roberts WS, Ardell AL, Powell RW, Ferrara JJ. “Organ Blood Flow Distribution in Response to Hypovolemia/ Resuscitation.” The FASEB Journal. 6(5):A2034, 1992. 

38. Ferrara JJ, Fish JM, Dyess DL, Collins JN, Ardell JL, Townsley MI, Taylor AE. “Effects of Pentafraction (PZ) on Microvascular Permeability in Burn Injury.” The FASEB Journal. 6(5):A2038, 1992.

39. Dyess DL, Ardell JL, Tacchi E, Roberts WS, Ferrara JJ, Powell RW. “Indomethacin-Induced Intestinal Blood Flow Distribution in Premature and Term Piglets.” Section on Surgery Program for Scientific Sessions, American Academy of Pediatrics. 1992, p. 86.

40. Blache C, Wright T, Dyess DL, Luterman A. “NDM Borderless Wound Dressing: A New and Improved Hydrocolloid Gel Dressing For Burn Treatment.” Region IV Burn Seminar, Southern Medical Association. 1992.

41. Kenny S, Winn K, Blache C, Dyess DL, Watkins P, Alexander L, Luterman A. “The Institution of Pain Scales as a Monitored Parameter in a Burn Intensive Care Unit.” Region IV Burn Seminar, Southern Medical Association. 1992.

42. Williams MD, Minor PS, Guice JM, Blache C, Dyess DL, Luterman A, “Flaming Dishes and Drinks Can Be Hazardous…Simply By Being Spilled or By Becoming a Gourmet Flame Thrower.” Region IV Burn Seminar, Southern Medical Association. 1992.

43. Ainsworth P, Blache C, Dyess DL, Luterman A. “Silipos Gel: A New and Improved Gel Insert for Treatment of Hypertrophic Scarring.” Region IV Burn Seminar, Southern Medical Association. 1992.

44. Blache C, Wright T, Dyess DL, Luterman A. “The Use of a Non-Adherent Petrolatum Based Dressing Pre impregnated with 1% Silver Sulfadiazine.” Region IV Burn Seminar, Southern Medical Association 1992.

45. Dyess DL, Marble KT, Roberts WS, Ferrara JJ, Ardell JL, Powell RW “Regional Changes in Blood Flow Distribution in Response to Hypothermic Stress in the Neonatal Pig.” Journal of Pediatric Surgery. 27:393-394, 1992.

46. Alexander L, Wolman R, Blache C, Grandy RP, Dyess DL, Luterman A. “The Use of MS Contin in Burn Patients: A Pilot Study.” Pain.1992.

47. Curtis R, Van Wormer B, Russell M, Blache C, Dyess DL, Luterman A. “The Use of Calcium Alginate Dressing (Kaltostat) in the Treatment of Donor Site Wounds.” Proceedings of the American Burn Association, Twenty-fifth Annual Meeting. 25:96, 1993.

48. Ainsworth P, Blache C, Dyess DL, Luterman A. “Silipos Gel: A New Improved Gel Insert for Treatment of Hypertrophic Scarring.” Twenty-fifth Annual Meeting, American Burn Association. 25:130,1993.

49. Kenny S, Winn K, Blache C, Jones L, Dyess DL, Watkins P, Alexander L, Luterman A. ”The Institution of Pain as a Monitored Parameter in a Burn Intensive Care Unit.” Twenty-fifth Annual Meeting, American Burn Association. 25:188, 1993.

50. Dyess DL, Ardell JL, Townsley MI, Ferrara JJ, Taylor AE. “Microvascular Hemodynamic and Permeability Alterations in Thermal Injury: Effects of Lazaroid U74389-F.” The FASEB Journal. 7(4):A557, 1993. 

51. Izenberg S, Minor P, Guice J, Blache C, Winn K, Dyess DL, Luterman A. “Clothing Flammability Standards: Do They Need A Second Look?” Sixth Annual Regional Burn Seminar, Southern Medical Association and American Burn Association, Orlando, Florida. 1993.

52. Winn K, Kenny S, Givens P, Curtis K, Blache C, Izenberg S, Dyess DL, Luterman A. «Pain Management: Can the Nurse Really Make a Difference?” Sixth Annual Regional Burn Seminar, Southern Medical Association and American Burn Association, Orlando, Florida. 1993.

53. Winn K, Kenny S, Blache C, Hines A, Izenberg S, Dyess DL, Luterman A. “Collaboration Among Burn Center Nurse Managers, Clinical Nurse Specialists and Nurse Clinicians.” Sixth Annual Regional Burn Seminar, Southern Medical Association and American Burn Association, Orlando, Florida 1993. 

54. Russell M, Redding S, Winn K, Izenburg S, Dyess DL, Luterman A. “Donor Site Infusion with a Commercially Available Device.” Sixth Annual Regional Burn Seminar, Southern Medical Association and American Burn Association, Orlando, Florida, 1993.

55. Blache C, Wright T, Curtis K, Givens P, Izenberg S, Dyess DL, Luterman A. “The use of Non-Adherent Petroleum Based Dressing Pre impregnated with 1% Silver Sulfadiazine.” Sixth Annual Regional Burn Seminar, Southern Medical Association and American Burn Association, Orlando, Florida. 1993.

56. Winn K, Davidson L, Izenberg S, Dyess DL, Luterman A. “Ecthyma Gangrenosum: Believe It or Not, Burn Teams Must Be Taught What It Is.” Sixth Annual Regional Burn Seminar, Southern Medical Association and American Burn Association, Orlando, Florida. 1993.

57. Wright T, Blache C, Izenberg S, Dyess DL, Luterman A. “Development of Hardiness in Nursing Education.” Sixth Annual Regional Burn Seminar, Southern Medical Association and American Burn Association, Orlando, Florida 1993.

58. Ainsworth P, Winn K, Givens P, Curtis K, Izenberg S, Dyess DL, Luterman A. “A Two-In-One Neck Dressing (Coverage and Positioning Device).” Sixth Annual Regional Burn Seminar, Southern Medical Association and American Burn Association, Orlando, Florida 1993.

59. Winn K, Kenny S, Blache C, Hines A, Izenberg S, Dyess DL, Luterman A. “Collaboration Among Burn Center Nurse Managers, Clinical Nurse Specialists & Nurse Clinicians.” 9th Congress of the International Society of Burn Injuries, paper #346. Paris, France 1993. 

60. Ainsworth P, Winn K, Rodgers M, Johnston K, Izenberg S, Dyess DL, Luterman A. “A Two-In-One: Neck Dressing (Coverage & Positioning Device). Proceedings of the American Burn Association, Twenty-Sixth Annual Meeting. 206:204, 1994. 

61. Izenberg S, Kenny S, Winn K, Blache C, Dyess DL, Luterman A. “Use of Length of Stay as an Outcome Variable for Quality Improvement.” Region IV Burn Seminar, Southern Medical Association. 1994.

62. Izenberg S, Kenny S, Winn K, Blache C, Dyess DL, Luterman A. “Reimbursement Patterns On Burn Units: Despair For Survival.” Region IV Burn Seminar, Southern Medical Association. 1994.

63. Kenny S, Winn K, Taylor D, Blache C, Izenberg S, Dyess DL, Luterman A. “Development of a Burn Center Patient Acuity System.” Region IV Burn Seminar, Southern Medical Association, 1994.

64. Luterman A, Dyess DL, Izenberg SD, Blache C, Wright T, Winn K, Kenny S. “The Clinical Use of Integra: Available for Commercial Sale, How Will the Correct use Be Taught? Region IV Burn Seminar, Southern Medical Association, 1994.

65. Winn K, Kenny S, Blache C, Izenberg S, Dyess DL, Luterman A. “Education of Burn Team Members of Monochloroacetic Acid Exposure(s) Protocols.” Region IV Burn Seminar, Southern Medical Association. 1994.

66. Taylor AE, Khimenko P, Moore T, Dyess DL. “Fluid and Protein Balance in Edema.” Progress in Lymphology XIV Proceedings of the 14th International Congress of Lymphology. Witte MH, CL Witte (Eds.), The International Society of Lymphology. Zurich, Switzerland and Tucson, Arizona, 1994.

67. Dyess DL, Powell RW, Roberts WS, Tacchi EJ, Swafford AN, Ferrara JJ, Ardell JL. “Regional Blood Flow Redistribution in Preterm Piglets With Hemorrhage and Resuscitation.” The Association for Academic Surgery.  Twenty-Eighth Annual Meeting, Albuquerque, New Mexico. 1994 p. 160.

68. Izenberg S, Minor P, Guice J, Blache C, Winn K, Dyess DL, Luterman A. “Clothing Flammability Standard: Do They Need a Second Look?” Twenty-seventh Annual Meeting, American Burn Association. 27:109, 1995.

69. Blache C, Wright T, Frye K, Izenberg S, Dyess DL, Luterman A. “The Comparison of ClearSite to Bio form in Burn Wounds.” Proc., South. Med. Assoc., 8th Annu. Reg Burn Sem., p. 7, (1995).

70. Blache C, Wright T, Frye K, Dyess DL, Luterman A. “The Safety and Effectiveness of Cryopreserved Cultured Allograft Dressing (CCAD) in Partial Thickness Burn Injury.” Proc., South. Med. Assoc., 8th Annu. Reg. Burn. Sem., p. 9 (1995).

71. Frye K, Sonke P, Izenberg S, Dyess DL, Chapin K, Blache C, Luterman A. “Surveillance Study of Antibiotic Resistance in a Burn Unit.” Proc. South. Med. Assoc., 9th Annu. Reg. Burn Sem. P. 15 (1995).

72. Izenberg S, Kenny S, Winn K, Blache C, Dyess DL, Luterman A. “Reimbursement Patterns on Burn Units: Despair for Survival.” Twenty-seventh Annual Meeting, American Burn Association. 27:130, 1995.

73. Snow RD, Dyess DL, Harpen MD, Tucker JA. “Dynamic MRI In Evaluation of Suspicious Breast Lesions.” Southern Medical Association’s 89th Annual Scientific Assembly: Kansas City, Missouri, November 1995, p. S105.

74. McGuirt AS, Dyess DL, Howell JB, Armour JA, Ardell JL. “Modulation of Chronically Decentralized Intrinsic Cardiac Neurons by Circulating Catecholamines.” The FASEB Journal. 10:A337, 1996.

75. Izenberg S, Kenny S, Winn K, Blache C, Dyess DL, Luterman A. “Use of Length of Stay as an Outcome Variable for Quality Improvement.” Proceedings of the American Burn Association, Twenty-Eighth Annual Meeting. 28:61, 1996.

76. Winn K, Kenny S, Blache C, Izenberg S, Dyess DL, Luterman A. “Pain Management: Can the Nurse Really Make a Difference.” Proceedings of the American Burn Association, Twenty-Eighth Annual Meeting 28:67, 1996.

77. Winn K, Kenny S, Blache C, Hines A, Izenberg S, Dyess DL, Luterman A. “Collaboration Among Burn Center Nurse Managers, Clinical Specialists and Nurse Clinicians.” Proceedings of the American Burn Association, Twenty-Eighth Annual Meeting 28:91, 1996.

78. Wright T, Frye K, Luterman A, Dyess DL, “Does Collagenase Impact the Time to Excision?” Proceedings of the American Burn Association, Twenty-Eighth Annual Meeting 28:121, 1996. 

79. Kenny W, Winn K, Taylor D, Blache C, Izenberg S, Dyess DL, Luterman A. “Development of a Burn Center Patient Acuity System.” Proceedings of the American Burn Association, Twenty-Ninth Annual Meeting. 18:1 1997.

80. McGuirt AS, Dyess DL, Howell JB, Armour JA, Ardell JL. “Circulating Catecholamines Influence the Capacity of Intrinsic Cardiac Neurons to Modulate Cardiac Function.” Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology Journal. 11:A45, 1997.

81. Gaubatz JW, Dyess DL, Dubuisson JG, “Bio activation of Food Mutagens by Human Breast Cells.” Proceedings, Vol 1 of the Department of Defense, Breast Cancer Research Program Meeting1997.

82. Rohrer JW, Barsoum AL, Dyess DL, Coggin JH, “Human Breast Carcinoma Patients Develop Effector and Regulatory T Lymphocytes Specific for Oncofetal Antigen.” Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology Journal. 12:5153, 1998.

83. Dyess DL, Hunter JL, Lakey JL, Townsley MI. “Endogenous Catecholamines Attenuate Histamine-Induced Permeability Responses After Heart Failure.” Federation of American Societies For Experimental Biology Journal. 13:121.13, 1999.

84. Gaubatz JW, Dubuisson JG, Southard R, and Dyess DL. “Nutrient Modulation of Heterocyclic Amine Phase II Mutagen Activation Enzymes: Human Mammary Epithelial Cells.” ASBMB Fall Symposia: Nutrient Control of Gene Transcription. Program and Abstract Booklet, abstract #8 (1999).

85. Garbat J, Dubuisson R, Southhard R, Murph Jr W, Shah A, and Dyess DL, “Kinase Phase II Activation of Mutagens By Human Mammary Epithelial Cells: FASEB in press (2000).

86. Dubuisson JG, Southhard R, Dyess DL, and Gaubatz JW. “Reserveratrol Inhibits Phase II Activation of the Food Mutagen N-Hydroxy-Phip by Human Mammary Epithelial Cells and Enzymes.” 9th Annual Research Conference, American Institute for Cancer Research, Poster Abstract Booklet (1999).

87. L Dyess, KM Lowe, D Alvarez, J King, T Stevens. “The Pathophysiology of Pulmonary Edema is Determined by the Site of Fluid Accumulation.” Journal of Surgical Research, 137: 2, p. 282, Feb. 2007.

88. T. L. Dumlao, T. W. Butler, D. L. Dyess, H. T. Khong; University of South Alabama Mitchell Cancer Institute, Mobile, AL; Department of Surgery, University of South Alabama, Mobile, AL. “ A phase I/II study of the hypomethylating agent azacitadine with the nanoparticle albumin bound paclitaxel in the treatment of patients with advanced or metastatic solid tumors.” J Clin Oncol 29: 2011 (suppl; abstr 3095)

89. H. T. Khong, D. L. Dyess, T. W. Butler, T. L. Dumlao; University of South Alabama Mitchell Cancer Institute, Mobile, AL; Department of Surgery, University of South Alabama, Mobile, AL. A phase I study of neoadjuvant chemotherapy with nanoparticle albumin-bound paclitaxel, doxorubicin, and cyclophosphamide (NAC) in patients with stages II-III HER2-negative breast cancer. J Clin Oncol 29: 2011 (suppl; abstre11519)

91. Li X, Gao L, Cui Q, Gary BD, Dyess DL, Taylor W, Shevde-Samant LR, Dean-Colomb W, Piazza GA, Xi Y, “Sulindac inhibits tumor cell invasion by suppressing NF-kB-mediated transcription of microRNAs.” Oncogene (2012) 1-8

92. Mai T, Rostas J, Dyess L. “Advanced Stage of Breast Cancer Presentation: Experience in Lower Alabama” 2012. 

Journal Articles:
1. Dyess DL, Garrison RN, Fry DE. “Candida Sepsis.” Archives of Surgery.  120:345, 1985.

2. Dyess DL, Jurkovich GJ, Luterman A, Curreri PW. “Inhalation Injuries.” Current Concepts in Trauma Care. 8:4, 1985.

3. Martin LF, Mavroudis C, Dyess DL, Gray LA, Richardson JD.  “The First 70 Years Experience Managing Cardiac Disruption Due to Penetrating and Blunt Injuries at the University of Louisville.” The American Surgeon, 52:14, 1986.

4. Webb WA, Dyess DL.  “Endoscopic Criteria for Malignancy in Colon Adenomas.”  Diseases of the Colon & Rectum.  29:896, 1986.

5. Ferrara JJ, Dyess DL, Lasecki M, Kinsey S, Donnell C, Jurkovich GJ “Pulse Oximetry:  A Method to Evaluate Intestinal Perfusion.”  The American Surgeon.  54(1):10-14, 1988.

6. Jurkovich GJ, Dyess DL, Ferrara JJ.  “Cholecystostomy:  Expected Outcome in Primary and Secondary Biliary Disorders.”  The American Surgeon.  54(1):40-44, 1988.

7. Dyess DL, Ferrara JJ, Webb WA.  “Metastatic Colon Carcinoma to the Biliary Tract Mimicking Choledocholithiasis.”  The American Surgeon. 55(1):71-72, 1988.

8. Ferrara JJ, Dyess DL, Luterman A, Curreri PW.  “The Suppressive Effect of Subeschar Tissue Fluid Upon In Vitro Cell-Mediated Immunologic Function.” Journal of Burn Care and Rehabilitation 9(6):584-588, 1989.

9. Dyess DL, Ferrara JJ.  “Rational Approach to the Surgical Consult on the Critical Care Unit Patient.”  Problems in Critical Care. 3(3):429-436, 1989.

10. Powell RW, Dyess DL, Luterman A, Simon N, Ramenofsky ML “Necrotizing Enterocolitis in Multiple Birth Infants.”  Journal of Pediatric Surgery. 25(3):1-3, 1990.

11. Dyess DL, Curreri PW, Ferrara JJ.  “A New Technique for Sutureless Intestinal Anastomosis.”  The American Surgeon. 56(2):71-75, 1990.

12. Ferrara JJ, Dyess DL, Luterman A, Curreri PW.  “Transportation of Immunosuppressive Substances Produced at the Site of Burn Injury Into the Systemic Circulation:  The Role of Lymphatics.” The Journal of Burn Care & Rehabilitation. 11(4):281-286, 1990. 

13. Ferrara JJ, Dyess DL, Luterman A, Peterson RDA, Curreri PW. “In Vitro Effects of Complement Inactivation Upon Burn Association Cell-Mediated Immunosuppression.”  The American Surgeon. 56(9):571-574, 1990.

14. Ferrara JJ, Leveque J, Dyess DL, Lorino CO.  “Nonsurgical Management of Breast Infections in Non-lactating Women: A Word 0f Caution.”  The American Surgeon 56(11):668-71, 1990.

15. Dyess DL, Ferrara JJ, Luterman A, Curreri PW.  “Subeschar Tissue Fluid:  A Source of Cell-Mediated Immune Suppression in Victims of Severe Thermal Injury.”  The Journal of Burn Care & Rehabilitation. 12(2):101-105, 1991. 

16. Ferrara JJ, Reed RK, Dyess DL, Townsley MI, Onarheim H, Laurent TC, Taylor AE.  “Increased Hyaluronan Flux From Skin Following Burn Injury.”  Journal of Surgical Research.  50(3):240-244, 1991. 

17. Dyess DL, Bruner BW, Donnell CA, Ferrara JJ, and Powell RW. “Comparison of Methods for the Intraoperative Evaluation of Intestinal Ischemia in a Neonatal Model.”  Southern Medical Journal. 84(8):966-969, 1991.

18. Ainsworth P, Blache C, Dyess DL, Luterman A.  “The Evaluation of the Unna Boot in Lower Leg Autografts.”  Wounds  3(5):195-197, 1991.

19. Dyess DL, Lorino CO, Grieco A, and Ferrara JJ. “Selective Nonoperative Management of Solid Breast Masses.” The American Surgeon. 58(7):435-440, 1992.

20. Dyess DL, Ardell JL, Townsley MI, Taylor AE, Ferrara JJ.  “Effects of Hypertonic Saline and Dextran-70 Resuscitation on Microvascular Permeability After Burn.” The American Journal of Physiology:  Heart and Circulatory Physiology. 262(6):H1832-1837, 1992.

21. Alexander L, Wolman R, Blache C, Grandy RP, Dyess DL, Luterman A.  “Use of Morphine Sulfate (MS Contin) in Patients with Burns:  A Pilot Study.” Journal of Burn Care & Rehabilitation. 13(5):581-583, 1992. 

22. Dyess DL, “Nonsurgical Treatment of Breast Infections.” Doctors’ Infection Newsletter. December 1990.

23. Dyess DL, Peeples GL, Ardell JL, Tacchi EJ, Roberts WS, Ferrara JJ, Powell RW.  “Indomethacin Induced Blood Flow Distribution in Premature and Full-Term Piglets.”  Journal of Pediatric Surgery. 28(10):1396-1400, 1993.

24. Collins JN, Dyess DL, Ardell JL, Townsley NI, Taylor AE, Ferrara JJ “The Effects of Albumin Administration on Microvascular Permeability at the Site of Burn Injury.”  Journal of Trauma.36(1):27-33, January 1994.

25. Ferrara JJ, Dyess DL, Collins JN, Fish JM, Ardell JL, Townsley MI,Taylor AE, Flint LM.  “Effects of Penta fraction Administration on Microvascular Permeability Alterations Induced by Graded Thermal Injury.” Surgery. 115(2):182-9, February 1994.

26. Dyess DL, Tacchi E, Ardell JL, Roberts WS, Powell RW, Ferrara JJ, “Development of a Protocol to Provide Prolonged General Anesthesia to Pregnant Sows.” Journal of Investigative Surgery. Volume 7:235-242, 1994.

27. Dyess DL, Powell RW, Swafford AN, Schmacht DC, Roberts WS, Ferrara JJ, Ardell JL.  “Redistribution of Organ Blood Flows after Hemorrhage and Resuscitation in Term Piglets.”  Journal of Pediatric Surgery.  29(8):1097-1102, 1994.

28. Ferrara JJ, Dyess DL, Collins JN, Fish JM, Markert AJ, Ardell JL,Townsley MI, Flint LM, Taylor AE.  “Effects of Graded Thermal Injury on Microvascular Permeability at the Site of Injury.”  Journal of Surgical Research.  57:420-426, 1994.

29. Newcomer TA, Green AE Jr. Sutton J, Dyess DL, Gardner V, Donnell CA.  “Epithelial Inclusion Cyst in Male Breast.”  Breast Disease.  Volume 8:91-95, 1995.

30. Dyess DL, Tucker JA, Ferrara JJ.  “Carcinoma in a Supramammary Nipple/Breast Complex-Case Report and Review of the Literature.” Breast Disease.  Volume 8:77-84, 1995.

31. Dyess DL, Blache C, Wright T, Fletcher JR, Luterman A.  “The Use of Fibrin Sealant in Burn Treatment.”  Plastic Surgery, Nerve Repair, Burns.  B. Schlag J.  Holle, (Eds.), Volume 3”120-127, 1995

32. Ferrara JJ, Dyess DL, Peeples GL, Christenberry DP, Roberts WS, Tacchi EJ, Swafford AN, Ardell JL, Powell RW.  “Effects of Dopamine and Dobutamine on Regional Blood Flow Distribution in The Neonatal Piglet.”  Annals of Surgery. Volume 221, No. 5, 531-542, 1995. 

33. Dyess DL, Powell RW, Roberts WS, Tacchi EJ, Swafford AN, Ferrara JJ, Ardell JL.  “Regional Blood Flow Redistribution in Preterm Piglets with Hemorrhage and Resuscitation.”  Journal of Surgical Research.  Volume 59:29-34, 1995.

34. Thomas WO, Leveque J, Stromeyer S, Dyess DL.  “Giant Hamartoma of the Breast Presenting as Macromastia:  A Case Report.”  Breast Disease.  Volume 8 No. 4, October 1995.

35. Henderson CG, Harrington RL, Izenberg SD, Dyess DL, Silver FM. “Tracheocele After Routine Tracheostomy.”  Otolaryngol Head Neck Surgery.  113:489-490, 1995. 

36. White GL, Griffith CJ, Nensteil RO, Dyess DL.  “Breast Cancer: Reducing Mortality Through Early Detection.”  Clinician Reviews. Volume 6, No. 9, 977-1106, October 1996.

37. Dyess, Donna Lynn MD  “Prospective Study of Blunt Aortic Injury: Multicenter Trial of the American Association for the Surgery of Trauma” The Journal of Trauma Injury, Infection, and Critical Care. 1997, Volume 42(3), 375-383.

38. White GL, Griffith CJ, Nensteil RO, Dyess DL,  “Breast Cancer: Reducing Mortality Through Early Detection.”  Journal of the Association of Occupational Health Professionals.  Volume XVII, No. 2, 14-21 March/April 1997.

39. Snow RD, Dyess DL, Harpen MD, Tucker JA.  “Dynamic MRI in Evaluation of Suspicious Breast Lesions.”  Southern Medical Association’s 89th Annual Scientific Assembly:  Kansas City, MO. November 1995, Page S109.  Southern Medical Association Journal.

40. Snow RD, Dyess DL, Harpen MD, Kreisbert CH, Tucker JA. “Dynamic Magnetic Resonance Imaging in Evaluating Suspicious Breast Lesions:  Correlation with Pathologic Findings.”  Southern Medical Journal.  Volume 91, No. 6  527-532 June 1998.

41. Dyess DL, Christenberry DP, Peeples GL, Collins JN, Ardell JL, Roberts WS, Tacchi EJ, Powell RW, Choe EU, Ferrara JJ.  “Organ Blood Flow Redistribution in Response to Hypoxemia in Neonatal Piglets.”  Journal of Investigative Surgery.  Volume II, No. 6, 381-392 November/December 1998.

42. Powell RW, Dyess DL, Collins JN, Roberts WS, Tacchi EJ, Swafford AN, Ferrara JJ, Ardell JL.  “Regional Blood Flow Response to Hypothermia in Premature, Newborn, and Neonatal Piglets.”  Journal of Pediatric Surgery.  Volume 23, No. 1, 193-198, January 1999.

43. Rohrer JW, Barsoum AL, Dyess DL, Tucker JA, Coggin JH. “Human Breast Carcinoma Patients Develop Clonable Oncofetal Antigen-Specific Effector and Regulatory T Lymphocytes.” Journal of Immunology. June 1999, 162:6880-6892. 

44. Dyess DL, Collins JN, Ardell JL, Townsley MI, Taylor AE, Ferrara JJ “Modulation of Microvascular permeability after Burn Injury by 21-Aminosteriods.”  Journal of Burn Care and Rehabilitation. Volume 21 No. 5, September/October 2000, 406-413.

45. Dyess DL, Hunter JL, Lakey FR, Moyer D, Doughtery FC, Townsley MI.  “Attenuation of Histamine-Induced Endothelial Permeability Responses after Pacing-Microcirculation.”  2000, Volume 7, 307-315.

46. Dubuisson JG, Dyess DL, Gaubatz JW.  “Resveratrol Modulates Human Mammary Epithelial Cell O-Acetyltransferase, Sulfotransferase, and Kinase Activation of the Heterocyclic Amine Carcinogen N-Hydroxy-PhlP.”  Cancer Letters 182 January 2002 27-32.

47. Carter, Elliot, and Dyess, Donna Lynn.  “Infiltrating Syringomatous Adenoma of the Nipple: A Case Report and 20-Year Retrospective Review.”  The Breast Journal, Volume 10, Number 5, 2004; 443-447. 

48. Matherne, Tamera Hughes, Green, Jr., Allan, Tucker, J. Allan, and Dyess, Donna Lynn.  “Fibromatosis: The Breast Cancer Imitator.” Southern Medical Journal. Volume 97, Number 11, 2004; 1100.

49. Elliot Carter MD, Ozlem Ulusaraç MD, and Donna Lynn Dyess MD. “Axillary Lymph Node Involvement in Primary Epithelioid Angiosarcoma of the Breast.” The Breast Journal, Volume 11, Number 3, 2005; 220-221.

50. Brandon J. Metge, Andra R. Frost, Judy A. King, Donna Lynn Dyess, Danny R. Welsh, Rajeev S. Samant, Lalita A. Shevde.  “Epigenetic silencing contributes to the loss of BRMSi expression in breast cancer.  Clin Exp Metastasis (June 2008) 25: 753-763. 

51. Ayar S, Dyess DL, Carter E. Matrix-producing carcinoma: a rare variant of metaplastic breast carcinoma with heterologous elements. Breast J 2010 Jul: 16(4): 420-3.

Manuscripts Accepted For Publication:
1. Coggin J, Barsoum A, Rohrer J, Tucker A, Dyess DL, “Materno-Fetal Immunobiology Hypotheses: Immature Laminin Receptor Protein is a Primitive. Species Conserved, Universal Embryonic T and B Cell Immunogen Providing Both Maternal and Fetal Protection.”  Modern Aspects of Immunobiology, December 2001.

2. Ayar Sonali, Dyess DL, “Matrix-producing carcinoma of the breast: A variant of heterologous metaplastic carcinoma.” The Breast Journal, 2009.

Manuscripts Submitted For Publication:
1. Ainsworth P, Blache, Dyess DL, Luterman A.  “Silipos Gel:  A New and Improved Gel Insert for Treatment of Hypertrophic Scarring. LSU Medical Center, 1993.

2. Crafton EM, Bozner P, Donnell CA, Dyess DL, Warner BA. “Nesidioblastosis Presenting as Pseudofactitious Hypoglycemia.” Endocrine Practice, 1995.

Chapters:
1. Dyess DL, and Ferrara JJ.  Rational Approach to the Surgical Consult on the Critical Care Unit Patient.  In, Problems in Critical Care, J DiPalma, (ed.) 3(3):429-436, 1989.

2. Dyess DL, and Ferrara JJ.  Breast Physiology and Diseases:  Breast Development and Lactation.  In, Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility, S. Aksel, (ed.) Medical Network 180-193, Ankara, Turkey, 1993.

Teaching Manuals:
1. Dyess DL, and Ferrara JJ.  A Medical Student’s Syllabus.  University of South Alabama Bookstore, Mobile, Alabama 1991.

Presentations:
1. “Candida Sepsis.” Eighth Annual Surgical Symposium of the Association of Veterans Administration Surgeons.  Los Angeles, California.  April 1984.

2. “The Curreri Formula Revisited.” American Burn Association. Orlando, Florida.  March 1985.

3. “Pulse Oximetry:  A Method to Evaluate Intestinal Viability.” Southeastern Surgical Congress.  Atlanta, Georgia.  February 1987.

4. “Phase III Trial on the Biofragmentable Ring for Sutureless Intestinal Anastomosis.”  Southeastern Surgical Congress. Orlando, Florida.  January 1988.

5. “The Suppressive Effects of Subeschar Tissue Fluid Upon in Vitro Cell-Mediated Immunologic Function.”  American Burn Association.  Seattle, Washington.  March 1988.

6. “Phase III Trial on the Biofragmentable Ring for Sutureless Intestinal Anastomosis.”  The Southwestern Surgical Congress. Phoenix, Arizona.  April 1988. 

7. “A New Technique or Sutureless Intestinal Anastomosis:  A Prospective, Randomized, Clinical Trial.”  Southeastern Surgical Congress.  Tarpon Springs, Florida.  January 1989.

8. “Microvascular Hemodynamic and Permeability Alterations in Thermal Injury:  Effects of Hypertonic Saline Administration.” Society of University Surgeons.  Baltimore, Maryland.  February 1989.

9. “Microvascular Hemodynamic and Permeability Alterations in Thermal Injury:  Effects of Hypertonic Saline Administration.” Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology.  New Orleans, Louisiana.  March 1989.

10. “Clinical and Experimental Evidence of Subeschar Tissue as a Source of Cell-Mediated Immune Suppression.”  American Burn Association.  New Orleans, Louisiana. March 1989. 

11. “Comparison of Methods for the Intraoperative Evaluation of Intestinal Ischemia in a Neonatal Model.”  Pacific Association of Pediatric Surgeons.  Portland, Oregon.  May 1989.

12. “The Burn Wound as a Source of Immunologic and Hemodynamic Toxins.”  American Burn Association Region IV Burn Seminar. Tampa, Florida.  December 1989.

13. Microvascular Hemodynamic and Permeability Alterations in Thermal Injury:  Effects of Hyperosmolar Crystalloid Solutions.” American Burn Association.  Las Vegas, Nevada.  March 1990.

14. “Tissue Hyaluronan Flux in Response to Burn Injury.” American Burn Association.  Las Vegas, Nevada.  March 1990.

15. “Selective Nonoperative Management of Solid Breast Masses.” Southern Medical Association.  Nashville, Tennessee.  October 1990. 

16. “The Effect of Indomethacin on Blood Flow Distribution in the Neonatal Pig.” Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology.  Atlanta, Georgia.  April 1991.

17. “The Effects of Lazaroids on Capillary Permeability at the Site of Burn Injury.”  American Burn Association.  Salt Lake City, Utah. April 1992.

18. “Organ Blood Flow Distribution in Response to Hypovolemia/ Resuscitation.”  Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology.  Anaheim, California.  April 1992.

19. “Indomethacin Induced Intestinal Blood Flow Distribution in Premature and Term Piglets.” American Academy of Pediatrics. San Francisco, California.  October 1992.

20. “Microvascular Hemodynamic and Permeability Alternations in Thermal Injury:  Effects of Lazaroid U74389-F.”  Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology.  New Orleans, Louisiana.  March 1993.

21. “New Horizons in Wound Care – The Future:  Surgical Wound Care Symposium.”  University of South Alabama.  Mobile, Alabama. August 1993.

22. “Organ Flow Distribution After Hemorrhage With Crystalloid or Colloid Resuscitation in Term Piglets.”  American Academy of Pediatrics.  Washington, DC.  October 1993.

23. “Regional Blood Flow Redistribution in Preterm Piglets with Hemorrhage and Resuscitation.”  The Association for Academic Surgery, Twenty-Eighth Annual Meeting.  Albuquerque, New Mexico.  November 1994.

24. AL Chapter of the American College of Surgeons, Point Clear, AL- “A Decade of Breast Cancer” June 2000.

25. “Catecholamines Do Not Modulate Peripheral Permeability Responses To Bradykinin In Heart Failure.”  The Association for Academic Surgery.  Thirty-Fifth Annual Meeting.  Milwaukee, Wisconsin.  November 2001.

26. “A Parade of Information” 2010 ACRA’s 31st Annual Educational Conference. Breast Cancer. October 2010. 

 

 

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