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Malcolm R. Bullock, M.D., Ph.D.

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Malcolm R. Bullock, M.D., Ph.D.

Languages

  • English
  • French
  • Spanish

CV

Specialties

  • Neurological Surgery

Roles

  • Clinical Director Neurotrauma Program
  • Professor of Neurological Surgery

Clinical Interests

 Vascular and general neurosurgery, as well as TBI management.

Research Interests

Pathomechanisms of TBI, neuroprotection trials, neuromonitoring, and the role of stem cells in regeneration and repair.

Awards

Chair, DOD subcommitte on TBI
Elected permanent board member, Congressionally Mandated Defense Health Board
Advisory board, Oxygen Biotherapeutics
President, National Neurotrauma Society
US Patent #12/469,409 "Method of Treating Traumatic Brain Injury with PFC"
Olivecrona award. Karolinska institute, Stockholm. Service to Head injury
Chairman, Trauma Section, AANS/CNS
President, US Neurotrauma Society

Publications

  • Benglis, D. Trimble, B Bullock, R Past, Present and Future Developments of Intracranial Monitoring in Traumatic Brain Injury in Le Roux, Kofke, d- Intracranian monitoring in intensive care.
  • Jonathan Jagid, MD, Leo Harris, PA, and Ross Bullock, MD, PhD- Traumatic Intraparenchymal hematoma- lobectomy- In "Neurosurgical Tricks of the Trade".
  • Kristine J. O'Phelan, Halinder S. Mangat, Stephen E. Ovey, and Mr. Ross Bullock Multimodality monitoring in Acute Brain Injury in Handbook of Neurointensive Care.
  • Hood, Brian, MD, Harris, L. Bullock, R MD PhD Major Blunt Head Injury in: Trauma Critical Care and Surgical Emergencies: A case and Evidence Based Textbook, Rabinovici R, frankel, H, Kirton, O eds, Informa Healthcare Publishers, UK.
  • Padayachy LC, Figaji AA, Bullock MR. Intracranial pressure monitoring for Traumatic Brain Injury in the Modern Era. In-press Childs Brain.
  • Prahbu S, Zauner A, Bullock R. Surgical management of traumatic brain injury in Youman's Neurological Surgery - 5th Edition. W.B. Saunders.
  • Hayashi H, Bullock R. Brain Hypothermia, Springer Verlag, Tokyo.
  • Head Injury. Reilly and Bullock Second edition Hodder Arnold.
  • E.M.R. Doppenberg, R. Bullock, W. Broaddus. Pathophysiology and management of head injury. Modern Surgical Care: Physiologic Foundations & Clinical Applications.
  • Tolias C.M., Bullock R. Critical appraisal of Neuroprotection Trials in Head Injury: What have we learned? NeuroRx.
  • Alves OL, Bullock RM. Excitotoxic Damage in Traumatic Brain Injury. Book Chapter, Brain Injury, Molecular and Cellular Biology of Critical Care Medicine. Clark and Kochanek. Pub Kluwer-Lippincott.
  • Bullock R. Section Editor, Neurotrauma Volume, Neurosurgery - 3rd Edition. Ed: Rengachary - McGraw-Hill., (3 chapters also).
  • Clausen T, Bullock R. Head injury in Wiley and Churchill - Davidsons A Practice of Anesthesia.
  • Choi S, Bullock R. Severe head injury - multi-centered trial design as statistical analysis. Neurological Research.
  • Clausen T, Bullock R. Medical treatment and neuroprotection in traumatic brain injury in Update in A Medical Treatment of Head Injury. @ Current Pharmaceutical Design.
  • Vaughan J, Bullock R, Cellular and Vascular Pathophysiology of Stroke. In: Stroke Therapy: Basic, Preclinical, and Clinical Directions. Ed: Miller L.P. (Raven).
  • Bullock R, Marmarou A, Alessandri B, Watson J. "Neuromonitoring in Brain Injury," Springer Verlag Wein, New York. 1999.
  • Alessandri, E. Doppenberg, A. Zauner, J. Woodward, S. Choi, R. Bullock. Evidence for time-dependent glutamate-mediated glycol sis in head injured patients. A microdialysis study. Proceedings, Second Int. Symp. Neurochemical Monitoring in the ICU, 1998. Acta NeurochirSuppl: 75:25-28.
  • Oetting, G., and Bullock, R.: The biology of head injury. In: Bittar, E.E. (Series Ed.), Principles of Medical Biology, JAI Press, Greenwich, CT.
  • Winters C, Bullock R, Young HF, Kauffmann H. Biochemical changes after craniocerebral injury. In: craniocerebral missile wounds: AANS Press.
  • Alessandri B, Bullock R. Glutamate and its receptor sin the pathophysiology of brain and spinal cord injury. In: Progress in brain research: The Glutamate Synapse as Therapeutic Target-Eds: Ottersen O, Langmoen I, Ajenstan L.
  • Head Injury-Pathophysiology and Management, Reilly and Bullock, Chapman and Hall, published July 1997.
  • Marmarou A, Bullock R, et al, "Intracranial Pressure and Neuromonitoring in Brain Injury," Springer, New York.

Biography

Dr. Ross Bullock is presently a Professor at the Department of Neurological Surgery at the University of Miami, Miller School of Medicine. He also serves as the Director of Clinical Neurotrauma at Jackson Memorial Hospital. He has the distinction of being the only physician to have served as both President of the U.S. National Neurotrauma Society and later as Chairman of the Trauma Section of the American Association of Neurological Surgeons. He has been Principal Investigator of an NINDS Program Project Grant (Mitochondrial Dysfunction in Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)) and an RO1 on Endogenous Stem Cell Regeneration in TBI.

He has generated over $11M in previous research support for TBI, and his current funding includes a Department of Defense (DOD) funded trial of Oxycyte perfluorocarbon in severe human TBI. Dr. Bullock is the Principal Investigator at University of Miami for 7 other funded TBI trials. He obtained his medical training in Birmingham, U.K., and completed his residency training in Durban, South Africa, and Glasgow, Scotland. He was Deputy Editor of the Journal of Neurotrauma for 14 years and is a reviewer for thirteen other journals, for the DOD, and for the National Institute of Health.

Dr. Bullock’s research interests include pathomechanisms of TBI, neuroprotection trials, neuromonitoring, and the role of stem cells in regeneration and repair. He has co-authored four sets of management guidelines, four books, and over 250 papers. His clinical interests include vascular and general neurosurgery, as well as TBI management.

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