Dr. James Craig Russell M.D.
Trauma Surgeon | Trauma Surgery500 W Thomas Rd Suite 400 Phoenix AZ, 85013
Dr. James Russell is a trauma surgeon practicing in Phoenix, AZ. Dr. Russell specializes in both operative and non-operative management to treat life threatening, traumatic injuries. Some commonly operated areas include the stomach, colon, spleen and pancreas and trauma surgeons also work with other surgeons to stabilize patients in critical condition. Typically, trauma surgeons work in the emergency care area of a hospital.
Education and Training
Mc Master Univ- Sch Of Med- Hamilton- Ont- Canada 1979
SurgeryAmerican Board of SurgeryABS
- Animal models of insulin resistance and cardiovascular disease: some therapeutic approaches using JCR:LA-cp rat.
- Improvement of vascular dysfunction and blood lipids of insulin-resistant rats by a marine oil-based phytosterol compound.
- Altered phosphodiesterase 3-mediated cAMP hydrolysis contributes to a hypermotile phenotype in obese JCR:LA-cp rat aortic vascular smooth muscle cells: implications for diabetes-associated cardiovascular disease.
- MEDICA 16 inhibits hepatic acetyl-CoA carboxylase and reduces plasma triacylglycerol levels in insulin-resistant JCR: LA-cp rats.
- Oral chromium picolinate improves carbohydrate and lipid metabolism and enhances
- Pre-exposure to wheel running disrupts taste aversion conditioning.
- Dexfenfluramine protects against pulmonary hypertension in rats.
- Potential mechanisms and consequences of cardiac triacylglycerol accumulation in insulin-resistant rats.
- Presentation of non-Hodgkin's lymphoma as acute hypoxia caused by right ventricular compression.
- Low matrix metalloproteinase levels precede vascular lesion formation in the JCR:LA-cp rat.
- Of mice and men, rats and atherosclerosis.
- Wheel running produces conditioned food aversion.
- The JCR:LA-cp rat: a novel model for impaired wound healing.
- Conditioned taste aversion induced by wheel running: further evidence on wheel running duration.
- Vasopeptidase inhibition improves insulin sensitivity and endothelial function in the JCR:LA-cp rat.
- Taste avoidance induced by wheel running: effects of backward pairings and robustness of conditioned taste aversion.
- Dietary olive oil and menhaden oil mitigate induction of lipogenesis in hyperinsulinemic corpulent JCR:LA-cp rats: microarray analysis of lipid-related gene expression.
- Hypersensitivity of prediabetic JCR:LA-cp rats to fine airborne combustion particle-induced direct and noradrenergic-mediated vascular contraction.
- Small animal models of cardiovascular disease: tools for the study of the roles of metabolic syndrome, dyslipidemia, and atherosclerosis.
- Overeating by young obesity-prone and lean rats caused by tastes associated with low energy foods.
- Invasive rodent eradication on islands.
- Metabolic effects of a novel silicate inositol complex of the nitric oxide precursor arginine in the obese insulin-resistant JCR:LA-cp rat.
- Glucose tolerance, lipids, and GLP-1 secretion in JCR:LA-cp rats fed a high
- Pair feeding-mediated changes in metabolism: stress response and pathophysiology in insulin-resistant, atherosclerosis-prone JCR:LA-cp rats.
- Random tiling and topological defects in a two-dimensional molecular network.
- How does graphene grow? Easy access to well-ordered graphene films.
- Automatic track recognition of footprints for identifying cryptic species.
- Evaluating micro- and macro-vascular disease, the end stage of atherosclerosis, in rat models.
- Solubilized derivatives of perylenetetracarboxylic dianhydride (PTCDA) adsorbed on highly oriented pyrolytic graphite.
- Rimonabant-mediated changes in intestinal lipid metabolism and improved renal vascular dysfunction in the JCR:LA-cp rat model of prediabetic metabolic syndrome.
- Templating molecular adsorption using a covalent organic framework.
- Maternal influence on philopatry and space use by juvenile brushtail possums (Trichosurus vulpecula).
- Guest-induced growth of a surface-based supramolecular bilayer.
- Chronic dietary n-3 PUFA intervention improves dyslipidaemia and subsequent cardiovascular complications in the JCR:LA- cp rat model of the metabolic syndrome.
- Angiotensin type I receptor blockade in conjunction with enhanced Akt activation restores coronary collateral growth in the metabolic syndrome.
- Dimerization of tri(4-bromophenyl)benzene by aryl-aryl coupling from solution on a gold surface.
- The island syndrome and population dynamics of introduced rats.
- The influence of spatio-temporal resource fluctuations on insular rat population dynamics.
- MMPs 2 and 9 are essential for coronary collateral growth and are prominently regulated by p38 MAPK.
- Feeding history and obese-prone genotype increase survival of rats exposed to a challenge of food restriction and wheel running.
- Broken symmetry and the variation of critical properties in the phase behaviour of supramolecular rhombus tilings.
- ApoA-1 infusion reduces arterial cholesterol and myocardial lesions in a rat model of cardiac dysfunction and insulin resistance.
- Delayed administration of interleukin-1 receptor antagonist reduces ischemic brain damage and inflammation in comorbid rats.
- Arterial retention of remnant lipoproteins ex vivo is increased in insulin resistance because of increased arterial biglycan and production of cholesterol-rich atherogenic particles that can be improved by ezetimibe in the JCR:LA-cp rat.
- MicroRNA-145 restores contractile vascular smooth muscle phenotype and coronary collateral growth in the metabolic syndrome.
- Impaired coronary collateral growth in the metabolic syndrome is in part mediated by matrix metalloproteinase 12-dependent production of endostatin and angiostatin.
- Down-regulation of hypothalamic pro-opiomelanocortin (POMC) expression after weaning is associated with hyperphagia-induced obesity in JCR rats overexpressing neuropeptide Y.
- Climate change, sea-level rise, and conservation: keeping island biodiversity afloat.
- miR-21 normalizes vascular smooth muscle proliferation and improves coronary collateral growth in metabolic syndrome.
- Over-invasion by functionally equivalent invasive species.
- Community occupancy before-after-control-impact (CO-BACI) analysis of Hurricane Gudrun on Swedish forest birds.
- Importance of lethal control of invasive predators for island conservation.
- Rat models of cardiometabolic diseases: baseline clinical chemistries, and rationale for their use in examining air pollution health effects.
- Diet analysis of small mammal pests: A comparison of molecular and microhistological methods.
- Invasive mammal eradication on islands results in substantial conservation gains.
- Mechanisms of Comorbidities Associated With the Metabolic Syndrome: Insights from the Corpulent Rat Strain.
- The Rise of Invasive Species Denialism.
- Invasion Biology: Specific Problems and Possible Solutions.
- Invasive Alien Species: Denialism, Disagreement, Definitions, and Dialogue.
- R Adams Cowley Shock & Trauma, Critical Care Medicine-Internal Medicine
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