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Facial Paralysis & Pain Research: Dr. Richard Redett

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Relevant Publications:

Rosson, G, Redett, R. Facial Palsy: Anatomy, Etiology, Grading, and Surgical Treatment.  Accepted for publication in the Journal of Reconstructive Microsurgery

Hoke, A, Redett, R, Hameed, H, Jari, R., Zhou, C, Li, B, Griffin, JW, Brushart, TM.  Schwann Cells Express Motor and Sensory Phenotypes That Regulate Axon Regeneration. J Neurosci. 26(38):9646-9655, 2006.

Redett, RJ, Jari, R, Crawford, T, Chen, YG, Rohde, C, Brushart, T. Peripheral pathways regulate motor neuron collateral dynamics.  Journal of Neuroscience.  25(41):9406-9412,2005.

Muehlberger, T., Wong, L., Redett, R. et. al. A temporal correlation of pain and endotoxin levels in sickle cell disease. The Journal of Trauma.  45:4, 1998.

Abstracts and Presentations:

American Society for Peripheral Nerve, 2004: Redett, R., Hawkins, C, Clarke, H. The Utility of Intraoperative Frozen Section Histology During Obstetric Brachial Plexus Palsy Reconstruction

6th International Moebius Syndrome Foundation Conference, 2004:  Redett, R. What’s New in Nerve Regeneration.

Society for Neuroscience, 2004: Hoke, A., Zhou, C., Redett, R., Jari, R., Brushart, T. Differential Upregulation of Neurotrophic Factors During Reinnervation of Sensory and Motor Nerve Grafts.

American Society for Peripheral Nerve, 2005: Redett, RJ, Deune, EG, Belzberg, A. Instructional Course – Etiology and management of chronic facial pain.

Plastic Surgery research Council, May 2005: Redett, R, Hoke, A, Jari, R, Brushart, T. Schwann Cells Express Sensory and Motor Phenotypes that Control Regeneration.

Society for Neuroscience, November, 2005: TM Brushart, R. Redett, H. Hameed, Z. Li, C. Zhou, A. Hoke. Schwann Cells Express Sensory and Motor Phenotypes that Control Axon Regeneration

7th International Moebius Syndrome Foundation Conference, July 2006, San Francisco, CA:  Redett, R.  Strategies to improve nerve regeneration.

NIH Scientific Conference on Moebius Syndrome. April  24-25, 2007. Bethesda, MD. Dental Manifestations of Moebius Syndrome.

NIH Scientific Conference on Moebius Syndrome. April  24-25, 2007. Bethesda, MD. Evaluation of Non-Surgical Therapies for Treatment of Facial Paralysis.

NIH Scientific Conference on Moebius Syndrome. April  24-25, 2007. Bethesda, MD.  Strategies for Nerve Regeneration in Moebius Facial paralysis.

AO Challenges and Advances in the Management of Craniomaxillofacial Surgery, March 30, 2007, Baltimore, MD.  Facial Reanimation – Indications, Techniques and Outcomes.

 

 

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