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Eva Nozik-Grayck | OMICS International
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Journal of Pulmonary & Respiratory Medicine
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Eva Nozik-Grayck

 â€‹Professor of Pediatric Critical Care Medicine and Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Research Laboratory, University of Colorado

Biography

 Eva Grayck, MD is ​Professor of Pediatric Critical Care Medicine and Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Research Laboratory. She finished BA from University of Colorado in the year 1983 followed by MD from University of Colorado Denver School of Medicine in the year 1988. She then joined Residency Program at Duke University Hospital Program, Pediatrics in 1991 followed by Pediatric Critical Care Medicine in 1994. She is associated to American Thoracic Society, Society of Critical Care Medicine, Society of Free Radical Biology and Medicine, American Physiologic Society and Society of Pediatric Research. 

Research Interest

 As a pediatric physician-scientist, her overall goal is to investigate mechanisms responsible for pulmonary vascular structure and function throughout the stages of life, and to understand how disruption in these processes contribute to pulmonary vascular disease. She has focused predominantly on the contribution of reactive oxygen and nitrogen species and antioxidant systems in the pathogenesis of pulmonary hypertension.  Redox signaling and oxidative stress are fundamental processes that contribute to cellular homeostasis and disease pathogenesis across every discipline in medicine; they have been implicated in cell proliferation, vasoconstriction, inflammation and matrix remodeling in pulmonary hypertension.

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