- Philip A Efron
- Accepting Candidates
Research at a glance
Top areas of exploration
- Sepsis , 90 publications
- Critical Illness , 38 publications
- Shock, Hemorrhagic , 31 publications
- Disease Models, Animal , 31 publications
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Dr. Efron has a professional interest in surgical critical care and trauma, both clinically as well as in the laboratory. He conducts basic science and translational research in sepsis and inflammation. He is currently one of the principal investigators for an NIH-funded P50 center grant for the UF Sepsis and Critical Illness Research Center to study the persistent inflammation, immunosuppression and catabolism syndrome (PICS) following sepsis in surgical intensive care unit patients.
Active clinical trials
Adverse outcomes and an immunosuppressed endotype in septic patients with reduced IFN-γ ELISpot.
JCI insightPubMed • Publisher's site
Gut mycobiome dysbiosis after sepsis and trauma.
Critical care (London, England)PubMed • Publisher's site
MerTK-dependent efferocytosis by monocytic-MDSCs mediates resolution of post-lung transplant injury.
bioRxiv : the preprint server for biologyPubMed • Publisher's site
Multicompartmental Trauma Induces Persistent Inflammation and Organ Injury.
The Journal of surgical researchPubMed • Publisher's site
Operating Room Supply Cost and Value of Care after Implementing a Sustainable Quality Intervention.
Journal of the American College of SurgeonsPubMed • Publisher's site