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|INSTITUTION AND LOCATION||DEGREE||COMPLETION|
|FIELD OF STUDY|
|Indian Institute of Technology, India||B.S.||1979||Chemistry|
|University of Rochester, Rochester, NY.||M.S.||1981||Bio-Organic Chemistry|
|Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY||Ph.D.||1985||NMR/Biophysics|
|1979 - 1981||Research and Teaching Assistant, University of Rochester|
|1981 - 1985||Research Fellow, Syracuse University|
|1986 - 1992||Assistant Professor, Departments of Medicine and Surgery, University of Colorado at Denver Health Sciences Center|
|1986 - 1997||Operations Director, Joint NMR Facility, University of Colorado Health Science Center|
|1992 - 2004||Associate Professor, Department of Surgery, University of Colorado Health Science Center|
|2003 - present||Program Director P50 GM4922 Trauma Primes Cells|
|2004 - present||Professor, Department of Surgery, University of Colorado School of Medicine|
|1997 - present||Member, American Physiological Society|
|2002 - present||Member Shock Society|
|1997 - present||Ad hoc reviewer NIH|
|2009 - present||Editorial Board, Shock Society|
|2009 - present||Ad hoc reviewer DOD|
|2012 - present||Councillor Shock Society|
Program Director: Banerjee, A. Ph.D.
Granting Agency: NIGMS P-50 (Center grant)
Funding Period: 7/01/17 – 06/30/18
“Trauma Primes Cells”
This Center is directed to examining the systematics of how traumatic shock induces inflammation at multiple levels (viz. molecular, cellular and patients). The three specific research projects of this Center address i. toxicity of mesenteric lymph after hemorrhagic shock, ii. Trauma induced coagulopathy, iii. the role of HTS in reducing lung inflammation .The Center is supported by three Cores: I. An Administration Core that provides internal support and outreach, II. a Human Subjects Core that mines clinical data and tissue samples. III. a Cell & Imaging and Proteomics Core that provides an array of cell phenotypes (donors, patients transformed), multi channel fluorescence imaging and FRET localization in cells and tissues, and MS proteomics. We have recently added elaborate MS metabolomics capability.
Role: Principal Investigator for the P50 Center Grant, and PI for Administration Core, as well as Cell & Imaging Core and Project 3. I am principally responsible for basic science leadership, as well as all financial and compliance accountability
Principal Investigator: Moore, E. E., M.D.
Co-Investigator: Banerjee, A., Ph.D.
Granting Agency: DOD/ USAMRAA
Funding Period: 07/20/12 – 02/19/18
“A Prospective, Randomized Investigation of “Plasma First Resuscitation” for Traumatic Hemorrhage and Attenuation of the Acute Coagulopathy of Trauma”
Also known as, “Control of Major Bleeding after Trauma (COMBAT)”
This is one of three nationally funded RCTs. This project’s goal is to determine if administering thawed plasma in the field to severely injured patients will reduce trauma-induced coagulopathy (TIC); and thereby, reduce transfusion requirements, improve metabolic recovery, and improve survival.
Role: Co-Investigator. I am the primary responsible for data interpretation, final reports and financial fidelity to the contract.
Principal Investigator: Mann, K. G. M.D.
Project Leader: Banerjee, A., Ph.D.
Granting Agency: NHLBI UM-1, DOD (multi institutions)
Funding Period: 07/20/13 – 02/19/18
Amount: $2,300,000 (for UCD project)
“Analysis and Characterization of Trauma-Induced Coagulopathy”
This is a Trans-Agency Research Consortium for Trauma-Induced Coagulopathy (TACTIC) grant. The global objective is to elucidate the mechanisms driving trauma induced coagulopathy. The Denver Projects (Project 5 and 7) study fibrinolysis, platelet dysfunction, thromboelastography. Role: Project Leader (Project 5: Impaired ADP Inducible Platelet Activation after Major Trauma). This investigates platelet dysfunction in Trauma induced Coagulopathy (TIC). I am the primary responsible for data financial fidelity to all projects involving the University of Colorado Denver (Project 5, 6, 7). The goal of Project 5 is to investigate the mechansisms fo platelet dysfunction after shock and trauma.
Co-Investigator: Project 7: Clinical Platforms for Assessment of Coagulation