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Brian Sims

Brian Sims Brian Sims
Department of Pediatrics
Division of Neonatology
Women and Infants Center
USA
Tel: 205-934-4680
Fax: 205-934-3100
Biography

Brian Sims earned a dual MD/PhD from the University of Alabama at Birmingham and UAB School of Medicine. He completed his residency at Washington University, St. Louis Children’s Hospital. He returned to Birmingham where he completed his Fellowship in Neonatology at UAB.  As a Fellow he received the American Academy of Pediatrics NRP Young Investigator Award.  He is an Assistant Professor of Pediatrics with UAB Neonatology. He is a former recipient of the Harold Amos Faculty Development Award through the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. Dr. Sims received a 2 year CHRC K12 award that he used to study neural precursors and neuroprotective pathways.  He is actively involved in teaching high school, college, medical and graduate students and was recently awarded the Presidents Award for Diversity. 
 

Research Interest

Dr. Sims has an established research laboratory which focuses on neonatal brain injury.  His work attempts to provide strategies that protect the premature neonatal brain. 
 

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Neuroprotective Strategies in Neonatal Brain Injury
Brian Sims
Editorial: Pediat Therapeut 2012, 2: e117
DOI: 10.4172/2161-0665.1000e117
 
Vitamin D3-induced Neuroprotection is Dependent on System Xc Activity
Aditi Jani, Stephanie Crockett, Melinda Clarke, Brittany Coleman and Brian Sims
Research Article: J Stem Cell Res Ther 2012, 2:122
DOI: 10.4172/2157-7633.1000122
 
Melatonin Induces Neuroprotection via System Xc Regulation in Neural Stem Cells
Melinda Clarke, Stephanie Crockett and Brian Sims
Research Article: J Stem Cell Res Ther 2012, 2:120
DOI: 10.4172/2157-7633.1000120
 

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Brian Sims
Department of Pediatrics
Division of Neonatology
Women and Infants Center
USA

 
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