Rami A. Namas
Rami A. Namas
Assitant Professor of Surgery
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Sepsis: Something old, something new, and a systems view
R Namas, R Zamora, R Namas, G An, J Doyle, TE Dick, FJ Jacono, ...
Journal of critical care 27 (3), 314. e1-314. e11, 2012
Temporal patterns of circulating inflammation biomarker networks differentiate susceptibility to nosocomial infection following blunt trauma in humans
RA Namas, Y Vodovotz, K Almahmoud, O Abdul-Malak, A Zaaqoq, ...
Annals of surgery 263 (1), 191-198, 2016
The acute inflammatory response in trauma/hemorrhage and traumatic brain injury: current state and emerging prospects
R Namas, A Ghuma, L Hermus, R Zamora, DO Okonkwo, TR Billiar, ...
Libyan Journal of Medicine 4 (3), 2009
Central role for MCP-1/CCL2 in injury-induced inflammation revealed by in vitro, in silico, and clinical studies
C Ziraldo, Y Vodovotz, RA Namas, K Almahmoud, V Tapias, Q Mi, ...
PloS one 8 (12), e79804, 2013
IL33-mediated ILC2 activation and neutrophil IL5 production in the lung response after severe trauma: A reverse translation study from a human cohort to a mouse trauma model
J Xu, J Guardado, R Hoffman, H Xu, R Namas, Y Vodovotz, L Xu, ...
PLoS medicine 14 (7), e1002365, 2017
Insights into the role of chemokines, damage-associated molecular patterns, and lymphocyte-derived mediators from computational models of trauma-induced inflammation
RA Namas, Q Mi, R Namas, K Almahmoud, AM Zaaqoq, O Abdul-Malak, ...
Antioxidants & redox signaling 23 (17), 1370-1387, 2015
Trauma in silico: individual-specific mathematical models and virtual clinical populations
D Brown, RA Namas, K Almahmoud, A Zaaqoq, J Sarkar, DA Barclay, ...
Science translational medicine 7 (285), 285ra61-285ra61, 2015
Computational analysis supports an early, type 17 cell-associated divergence of blunt trauma survival and mortality
A Abboud, RA Namas, M Ramadan, Q Mi, K Almahmoud, O Abdul-Malak, ...
Critical care medicine 44 (11), e1074-e1081, 2016
Impact of injury severity on dynamic inflammation networks following blunt trauma
K Almahmoud, RA Namas, O Abdul-Malak, AM Zaaqoq, R Zamora, ...
Shock 44 (2), 101-109, 2015
Hemoadsorption Reprograms Inflammation in Experimental Gram-negative Septic Peritonitis: Insights from In Vivo and In Silico Studies
RA Namas, R Namas, C Lagoa, D Barclay, Q Mi, R Zamora, Z Peng, ...
Molecular medicine 18, 1366-1374, 2012
Individual-specific principal component analysis of circulating inflammatory mediators predicts early organ dysfunction in trauma patients
RA Namas, K Almahmoud, Q Mi, A Ghuma, R Namas, A Zaaqoq, X Zhu, ...
Journal of critical care 36, 146-153, 2016
Injury-induced MRP8/MRP14 stimulates IP-10/CXCL10 in monocytes/macrophages
J Wang, Y Vodovotz, L Fan, Y Li, Z Liu, R Namas, D Barclay, R Zamora, ...
The FASEB Journal 29 (1), 250, 2015
Inducible protein-10, a potential driver of neurally controlled interleukin-10 and morbidity in human blunt trauma
AM Zaaqoq, R Namas, K Almahmoud, N Azhar, Q Mi, R Zamora, ...
Critical care medicine 42 (6), 1487-1497, 2014
Prehospital hypotension is associated with altered inflammation dynamics and worse outcomes following blunt trauma in humans
K Almahmoud, RA Namas, AM Zaaqoq, O Abdul-Malak, R Namas, ...
Critical care medicine 43 (7), 1395-1404, 2015
Sepsis: from pattern to mechanism and back
G An, RA Namas, Y Vodovotz
Critical Reviews™ in Biomedical Engineering 40 (4), 2012
Multi-omic analysis in injured humans: Patterns align with outcomes and treatment responses
J Wu, Y Vodovotz, S Abdelhamid, FX Guyette, MB Yaffe, DS Gruen, A Cyr, ...
Cell Reports Medicine 2 (12), 2021
Lipidomic Signatures Align with Inflammatory Patterns and Outcomes in Critical Illness
J Wu, A Cyr, D Gruen, T Lovelace, P Benos, T Chen, F Guyette, M Yazer, ...
Research Square, 2021
Computational evidence for an early, amplified systemic inflammation program in polytrauma patients with severe extremity injuries
K Almahmoud, A Abboud, RA Namas, R Zamora, J Sperry, AB Peitzman, ...
PLoS One 14 (6), e0217577, 2019
The early evolving sex hormone environment is associated with significant outcome and inflammatory response differences after injury
SJ Zolin, Y Vodovotz, RM Forsythe, MR Rosengart, R Namas, JB Brown, ...
Journal of Trauma and Acute Care Surgery 78 (3), 451-458, 2015
X chromosome-linked IRAK-1 polymorphism is a strong predictor of multiple organ failure and mortality postinjury
JL Sperry, S Zolin, BS Zuckerbraun, Y Vodovotz, R Namas, MD Neal, ...
Annals of surgery 260 (4), 698-705, 2014
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