Emily Midura

Publications

Peer Reviewed Publications

Hoehn, R. S., Jernigan, P. L., Japtok, L., Chang, A. L., Midura, E. F., Caldwell, C. C., Kleuser, B., Lentsch, A. B., Edwards, M. J., Gulbins, E., & Pritts, T. A.  (2016).  Acid Sphingomyelinase Inhibition in Stored Erythrocytes Reduces Transfusion-Associated Lung Inflammation.  Annals of Surgery

Midura, E. F., Prakash, P. S., Johnson, B. L., Rice, T. C., Kunz, N., & Caldwell, C. C.  (2016).  Impact of caspase-8 and PKA in regulating neutrophil-derived microparticle generation.  Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications, 469(4), 917-22

Midura, E. F., Kuethe, J. W., Rice, T. C., Veile, R., England, L. G., Friend, L. A., Caldwell, C. C., & Goodman, M. D.  (2016).  Impact of Platelets and Platelet-Derived Microparticles on Hypercoagulability Following Burn Injury.  Shock (Augusta, Ga.), 45(1), 82-7

Kuethe, J. W., Armocida, S. M., Midura, E. F., Rice, T. C., Hildeman, D. A., Healy, D. P., & Caldwell, C. C.  (2015).  Fecal Microbiota Transplant Restores Mucosal Integrity in a Murine Model of Burn Injury.  Shock (Augusta, Ga.)

Atkinson, S. J., Swenson, B. R., Hanseman, D. J., Midura, E. F., Davis, B. R., Rafferty, J. F., Abbott, D. E., Shah, S. A., & Paquette, I. M.  (2015).  In the Absence of a Mechanical Bowel Prep, Does the Addition of Pre-Operative Oral Antibiotics to Parental Antibiotics Decrease the Incidence of Surgical Site Infection after Elective Segmental Colectomy?.  Surgical Infections, 16(6), 728-32

Stahl, C. C., Wima, K., Hanseman, D. J., Hoehn, R. S., Ertel, A., Midura, E. F., Hohmann, S. F., Paquette, I. M., Shah, S. A., & Abbott, D. E.  (2015).  Organ quality metrics are a poor predictor of costs and resource utilization in deceased donor kidney transplantation.  Surgery, 158(6), 1635-41

Midura, E. F., Hanseman, D. J., Davis, B. R., Johnson, B. L., Kuethe, J. W., Rafferty, J. F., & Paquette, I. M.  (2015).  Laparoscopic sigmoid colectomy: Are all laparoscopic techniques created equal?.  Surgical Endoscopy

Kuethe, J. W., Midura, E. F., Rice, T. C., & Caldwell, C. C.  (2015).  Peritoneal wash contents used to predict mortality in a murine sepsis model.  The Journal of Surgical Research, 199(1), 211-9

Midura, E. F., Hanseman, D. J., Hoehn, R. S., Davis, B. R., Abbott, D. E., Shah, S. A., & Paquette, I. M.  (2015).  The effect of surgical approach on short-term oncologic outcomes in rectal cancer surgery.  Surgery, 158(2), 453-9

Midura, E. F., Jernigan, P. L., Kuethe, J. W., Friend, L. A., Veile, R., Makley, A. T., Caldwell, C. C., & Goodman, M. D.  (2015).  Microparticles impact coagulation after traumatic brain injury.  The Journal of Surgical Research, 197(1), 25-31

Midura, E. F., Hanseman, D., Davis, B. R., Atkinson, S. J., Abbott, D. E., Shah, S. A., & Paquette, I. M.  (2015).  Risk factors and consequences of anastomotic leak after colectomy: a national analysis.  Diseases of the Colon and Rectum, 58(3), 333-8

Siegl, D., Midura, E. F., Annecke, T., Conzen, P., Caldwell, C. C., & Tschoep, J.  (2015).  The effect of ghrelin upon the early immune response in lean and obese mice during sepsis.  PloS One, 10(4), e0122211

Hoehn, R. S., Wilson, G. C., Wima, K., Hohmann, S. F., Midura, E. F., Woodle, E. S., Abbott, D. E., Singhal, A., & Shah, S. A.  (2014).  Comparing living donor and deceased donor liver transplantation: A matched national analysis from 2007 to 2012.  Liver Transplantation : Official Publication of the American Association For the Study of Liver Diseases and the International Liver Transplantation Society, 20(11), 1347-55

Kuethe, J. W., Mintz-Cole, R., Johnson, B. L., Midura, E. F., Caldwell, C. C., & Schneider, B. S. P.  Assessing the immune status of critically ill trauma patients by flow cytometry.  Nursing Research, 63(6), 426-34

Kuethe, J. W., Prakash, P. S., Midura, E. F., Johnson, B. L., Kasten, K. R., & Caldwell, C. C.  (2014).  Thymic stromal lymphopoietin mediates the host response and increases mortality during sepsis.  The Journal of Surgical Research, 191(1), 19-24

Kasten, K. R., Midura, E. F., Davis, B. R., Rafferty, J. F., & Paquette, I. M.  (2014).  Blowhole colostomy for the urgent management of distal large bowel obstruction.  The Journal of Surgical Research, 188(1), 53-7

Alhajjat, A. M., Strong, B. S., Durkin, E. T., Turner, L. E., Wadhwani, R. K., Midura, E. F., Keswani, S. G., & Shaaban, A. F.  Trogocytosis as a mechanistic link between chimerism and prenatal tolerance.  Chimerism, 4(4), 126-31

Midura, E. F., Jung, A. D., Daly, M. C., Hanseman, D. J., Davis, B. R., Shah, S. A., & Paquette, I. M.  (2017).  Cancer Center Volume and Type Impact Stage-Specific Utilization of Neoadjuvant Therapy in Rectal Cancer.  Digestive Diseases and Sciences

Rice, T. C., Armocida, S. M., Kuethe, J. W., Midura, E. F., Jain, A., Hildeman, D. A., Healy, D. P., Gulbins, E., & Caldwell, C. C.  (2017).  Burn injury influences the T cell homeostasis in a butyrate-acid sphingomyelinase dependent manner.  Cellular Immunology, 313, 25-31

Johnson, B. L., Midura, E. F., Prakash, P. S., Rice, T. C., Kunz, N., Kalies, K., & Caldwell, C. C.  (2017).  Neutrophil derived microparticles increase mortality and the counter-inflammatory response in a murine model of sepsis.  Biochimica Et Biophysica Acta

Hoehn, R. S., Jernigan, P. L., Japtok, L., Chang, A. L., Midura, E. F., Caldwell, C. C., Kleuser, B., Lentsch, A. B., Edwards, M. J., Gulbins, E., & Pritts, T. A.  (2017).  Acid Sphingomyelinase Inhibition in Stored Erythrocytes Reduces Transfusion-Associated Lung Inflammation.  Annals of Surgery, 265(1), 218-226

Atkinson, S. J., Varisco, B. M., Sandquist, M., Daly, M. N., Klingbeil, L., Kuethe, J. W., Midura, E. F., Harmon, K., Opaka, A., Lahni, P., Piraino, G., Hake, P., Zingarelli, B., Mortenson, J. E., Wynn, J. L., & Wong, H. R.  (2016).  Matrix Metalloproteinase-8 Augments Bacterial Clearance in a Juvenile Sepsis Model.  Molecular Medicine (Cambridge, Mass.), 22, 

Atkinson, S. J., Daly, M. C., Midura, E. F., Etzioni, D. A., Abbott, D. E., Shah, S. A., Davis, B. R., & Paquette, I. M.  (2016).  The effect of hospital volume on resection margins in rectal cancer surgery.  The Journal of Surgical Research, 204(1), 22-8

Honors and Awards

2003-2007 - Dean’s List, Georgetown College 

2007 - Second Honors Standing, Georgetown College 

Jefferson Medical College - Clinical High Honors in OB/GYN Clerkship, Pediatric Clerkship, Psychiatry Clerkship, General Surgery Clerkship, Maternal Fetal Medicine, Cardiothoracic Surgery Sub-Internship, Neonatal Intensive Care Sub-Internship, Neurology, Radiology, Outpatient Psychiatry Sub-Internship. 

Jefferson Medical College - Preclinical Honors in Foundations of Clinical Medicine: Reproductive/Endocrinology, Gastroenterology and Pulmonary; Pathology and Pharmacology; Physiology; Neuroscience; Introduction to Clinical Medicine I; Introduction to Clinical Medicine II. 

Service

JeffHEALTH (Helping Africa Link To Health) - Secretary, 2007-2009; Nutrition Coordinator, 2007-2008; Fundraising Coordinator, 2007-2008; Member 2007-2011.  

Dr. Algernon Jackson Learning Society - Community Service Chair, 2008-2009; Member 2007-2011. 

JeffSEAL (Students Educating and Advocating for Literacy) - Volunteer, 2007-2009. 

JeffHOPE (Health, Opportunity, Prevention and Education) - Volunteer, 2007-2011. 

Jefferson Medical College Admissions Office - Student Interviewer, 2007-2009. 

Georgetown University Alumni Admissions Program - Student Interviewer, 2007-2011. 

Positions and Work Experience

  2005 - Student Intern, Summer, National Cancer Institute, Pediatric Oncology Branch, Bethesda, MD. Assisted in research in a molecular biology lab that investigates a pediatric cancer, Ewing’s Sarcoma. The central project was to prepare a plasmid that contained one of the primary genes found in Ewing’s tumors, EWS-Fli1, and transfect this DNA into Mesencyhmal Stem Cells (MSC). Other duties included cell culture and assistance with other investigations already in progress including those with murine models. In addition to bench-top research, other responsibilities were weekly attendance to lectures and observation of inpatient and outpatient care in the Pediatric Branch of the Clinical Research Center., 

  Fall 2005-Spring 2007 - Student Intern, Georgetown University Medical Center, Department of Rheumatology, Washington, DC. Assisted in clinical research of the chronic connective tissue disease Scleroderma through collection of data from patient volunteers and entry and analysis of collected data in a national database. In addition to assistance with current research studies, other duties included preparation of applications to the General Clinical Research Center and to the Internal Review Board for future research studies., 

Education

Medical Degree, Thomas Jefferson University 2011 

Bachelor's Degree, Georgetown University 2007 (Spanish)

Post Graduate Training and Education

  07-2011 to Present - Resident in General Surgery, University of Cincinnati College of Medicine, Cincinnati, OH , 

Research and Practice Interests

Other Information

OTHER ACTIVITIES
Advanced Medical Spanish Class, Jefferson Medical College, 2007-2009
Broad Street Run Participant (10.0 miles), Philadelphia, PA, May 2008
Philadelphia Half Marathon Participant, Philadelphia, PA, November 2008, 

Preferred Information

Chief Resident in General Surgery, Midura, Emily MD 

Contact Information

Academic - Medical Sciences Building
Ohio, 45267
Phone: 513-558-4206
emily.midura@uc.edu