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Edward E. Lawson Edward E. Lawson, MD
Professor
Department of Pediatrics - Neonatology
The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine

Dr. Lawson's research has centered on neurodevelopmental aspects of controlling breathing. Lately, Dr. Lawson's laboratory has been investigating protracted effects of hypoxia on neurotransmitter and receptor gene expression in the respiratory control centers of the brainstem. Other interests have included fluid flux across the respiratory epithelium in newborns and various clinical projects

Faculty Disclosure
Dr. Lawson has indicated a financial relationship of grant/research support from the NIH. He also receives financial/material support from Nature Publishing Group as the Editor of the Journal of Perinatology.



Christoph U. Lehmann, MD
Associate Professor
Department of Pediatrics - Neonatology
The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine

Dr. Lehmann's research interest focus on Medical Informatics, especially on the use of computers in the prevention of medical errors and in computer assisted learning. Dr. Lehmann has designed multiple clinical computing application and evaluated their impact on patient safety and staff satisfaction. He developed popular medical educational web sites such as Dermatlas and Harriet Lane Links.

Faculty Disclosure
Dr. Lehmann has received grant support from the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality and the Thomas Wilson Sanitarium of Children of Baltimore City.



Lawrence M. Nogee, MD
Associate Professor
Department of Pediatrics - Neonatology
Dr. Nogee is involved in research concerning genetic mechanisms that cause or contribute to the development of lung disease in newborns, children and adults, with a particular focus on the epidemiology, molecular genetics, and pathophysiology of inborn errors of surfactant metabolism.

Faculty Disclosure
Dr. Nogee has received grant support from the National Institute of Health.



Mary Terhaar, DNSc, RN
Assistant Professor, Undergraduate Instruction
JHU School of Nursing

Mary Terhaar is currently Assistant Professor at The Johns Hopkins School of Nursing. She has been responsible for Outcomes Management and Professional Development for the past fifteen years, has served as clinical faculty and practiced as Perinatal and Neonatal Clinical Nurse Specialist in the Mid-Atlantic region.

Faculty Disclosure
No relationship with commercial supporters.



Robert J. Kopotic, MSN, RRT, FAARC
President
Kair Medical Innovations
San Diego, CA

Mr. Kopotic's interests focus on monitoring poorly perfused, pulmonary compromised, critically ill patients (especially newborns), where research included humans, non-human species and computer modeling of physiology. In the process, he authored over 125 publications, developed devices, was issued multiple patents, and coordinated symposia or lectured about advanced life support and monitoring.

Faculty Disclosure
Robert Kopotic has indicated a financial relationship with the ConMed Corporation.

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