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Consortium Institution: Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center

Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center (BIDMC) is a Harvard teaching hospital that treats more than 700,000 patients every year. BIDMC is committed to medical research. The oldest clinical research laboratory in the country, the Harvard-Thorndike Laboratory, is located at BIDMC.

As part of its mission to support innovative clinical research, BIDMC became a member of the CIMIT consortium in 2003. BIDMC’s strengths in cardiology and neuroscience have been especially critical to CIMIT projects in predicting and preventing cardiac infarction and efforts to develop devices that control and prevent epileptic seizures.


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Recent CIMIT-Funded Projects Awarded to BIDMC Investigators

YEAR PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATOR PROJECT TITLE PROGRAM AREA
2012 Kumar, Sandeep Non-invasive Brain Stimulation for Improving Stroke Related Dysphagia NeuroHealth
2012 Pang, Trudy Development of a Stat EEG Prototype for Rapid Diagnosis of Non-convulsive Status Epilepticus for Community Hospital Settings Integrated Clinical Environments
2012 Horng, Steven Developing and Validating an Integrated Intelligent Sepsis Monitoring System Integrated Clinical Environments
2011 Gray, James Using network analysis to improve the qualities of NICU care teams and their function Clinical Systems Innovation / Integrated Clinical Environment
2011 Hauser, Carl A Rapid PCR-Based, Point of Care Test To Discriminate Between Sterile and Infective SIRS Biodetection & Sepsis Control
2011 Pascual-Leone, Alvaro Noninvasive, Physiologic Characterization of Cortical Plasticity After Mild Traumatic Brain Injury in Humans-392 Traumatic Brain Injury / NeuroHealth
2011 Pollock, Nira Development of a Novel Paper-based Point-of-care Test for Liver Function Global Health Initiative
2011 Subramaniam, Balachundhar Echocardiography guided central oximetry-198 Optical Diagnostics
2010 Otterbein, Leo, PhD Inhalation of medicinal gases targeting new pathways for the treatment of sepsis Biodetection & Sepsis Control
2010 Dierks, Meghan, MD Reshaping systems, processes and controls to optimize outcomes in sepsis Clinical Systems Innovation
2010 Fregni, Felipe, MD, PhD, MPH Closed loop, detect-and-treat systems for epilepsy Neurotechnology
2009 Fregni, Felipe, MD, PhD The Effect of Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation Combined with Arm Training Using Glove-ArMEO Robotic Device on Motor Recovery in Traumatic Brain Injury Survivors Image Guided Therapy
2009 Lim, Chun, MD, PhD Augmented Reality Glasses for the Treatment of Visuospatial Neglect Neurotechnology
2009 Pascual-Leone, Alvaro, MD, PhD Near-Infrared Photobiostimulation as a Means of Neuromodulation in Stroke Neurotechnology
2009 Schlaug, Gottfried, MD, PhD TDCS - Stroke Recovery Neurotechnology
2008 Verrier, Richard L., MD Development and Clinical Database Testing of Automated ECG Heterogeneity Analyzer for Real-Time Assessment of Risk for Lethal Arrhythmia Cardiovascular Disease
2008 Thomas, Robert Joseph, MD Cervical Direct Current Carotid Body Stimulation: Preliminary evaluation of a novel method to modulate carotid chemoreflex function for treatment of central and complex sleep apnea Neurotechnology
2008 Fregni, Felipe, MD, PhD Anticonvulsive and Antiepileptic Properties of Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation (tDCS) in an Animal Seizure Model Neurotechnology
2008 Rutkove, Seward, MD Refinement and Application of an Electrical Impedance Probe for Neuromuscular Assessment Neurotechnology


 

Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center

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Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center

PRESIDENT:
Kevin Tabb, MD, President and CEO

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