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Nicholas Douville

Assistant Professor
Medicine

MD, PhD: Biomedical Engineering, University of Michigan

Douville joined the Transplant Anesthesia team following Critical Care Fellowship (2017-2018). Previously, he completed Anesthesiology Residency at University of Michigan, serving as Chief Resident (2016-2017) and was awarded Clinician-Scientist Translational Anesthesiology Research Fellowship.

He was a fellow in the Medical Scientist Training Program (MSTP) earning joint medical degree and his PhD in Biomedical Engineering. He defended his dissertation, “Alveolar Microfluidic Systems for the Study of Barrier Function, Cell Damage, and Migration at the Air-Blood Barrier” in 2011 and continues to have active research in the area of respiratory fluid mechanics and bioinformatics.


Projects:

applying polygenic risk scores to predict MINS

Community and Professional Affiliation(s)

American Society of Anesthesiologists | Biomedical Engineering Society | Foundation for Anesthesia Education and Research

Research Area(s)

Bioinformatics | Clinical Outcomes | Health outcomes | Other

Grants

  • Funded by: DOUVILLE, Nicholas J
  • Principal investigator of: Predicting Postoperative Acute Kidney Injury through Integration of Genetics and Electronic Health Records
  • Funded by: DOUVILLE, Nicholas J
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