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Jeffrey W. Shupp MD is currently the Research Director for the Burn Research Center. He received his Bachelors of Science in Neurobiology and Physiology from the University of Maryland in 2001, and his Doctor of Medicine Degree from Virginia Commonwealth University-School of Medicine in 2006. Dr. Shupp completed a three year burn surgery fellowship at Washington Hospital Center in Washington D.C. during his general surgery residency. Aside from his academic accomplishments, Dr. Shupp is a member of the Research Committee for the American Burn Association and is active in several of the association’s study sections. He also serves on several national journal editorial boards and professional societies including the International Society of Burn Injuries, Society of Critical Care Medicine, & the Wound Healing Society.
In addition to his professional and academic obligations, Dr. Shupp is an ABLS (American Burn Life Support Provider) & ATLS (Advanced Trauma Life Support) certified instructor/provider. Over the last few years, Dr. Shupp has been instrumental in building the Firefighters’ Burn and Surgical Research Laboratory, the first research lab in the Washington area to focus on burn injuries. As the principal investigator, he has undertaken several pre-clinical projects in the research lab. These projects include researching MRSA induced wounds, electrical injury, & wound healing. Dr. Shupp's research is funded by the National Institutes of Health (NIH), the U.S. Department of Defense (DOD), and many corporate and foundation sponsors. Additionally, his laboratory receives generous funding and support from local firefighter organizations such as the DC Firefighters Burn Foundation.
Dr. Shupp's research interests include: surgical infections, wound healing, biophotonics, burn pathophysiology, host response to injury, and abnormal wound healing such as hypertrophic scar. His research interests focus on the following areas microbiology of surgical, traumatic, and chronic wounds, wound healing after cutaneous trauma and burn, biophotonics/bioimaging to non-invasively diagnose disease pathology, burn pathophysiology and systems biology and integrated studies aimed at the host response to physical and environmental trauma.
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