Surgery Education - Our Residents & Fellows
Mark Muir, MD
General Surgery Resident
University of Texas Southwestern Medical School, 2006
Other Postgraduate Training:
Muir MT, Lovett-Racke AE, and Racke MK. Novel Therapeutic Strategies Targeting the Pathogenic T-Cells in Multiple Sclerosis. Expert Review of Clinical Immunology 2005, 1(3): 345-355.
Racke MK, Gocke A, Muir M, Diab A, Drew PD, and Lovett-Racke AE. Nuclear Receptors and Autoimmune Disease: The Potential of PPAR Agonists to Treat Multiple Sclerosis. Journal of Nutrition 2006, 136: 700-703.
Roger Kornu, Kathryn H. Dao, Amy M. White, Mark Muir, Quan Li, Valerie Branch, Michael K. Racke, David R. Karp, Edward K. Wakeland, and Laurie S. Davis. A comparison of gene expression profiles from systemic lupus erythematosus patients with multiple sclerosis patients on interferon therapy. Arthritis & Rheumatism (suppl) 2005, 52(9): S612.
Doris Duke Clinical Research Fellowship, June 2004-June 2005
Awards & Honors:
2010 Aust Society Resident Paper Competition, 1st place in clinical - Novel Toxin Assays Implicate Mycoplasma Pneumoniae in Prolonged Ventilator Course and Hypoxemia in the Intensive Care Unit
. 2009 Aust Society Resident Paper Competition, 2nd place in clinical - Mycoplasma Pneumoniae Infection in Patients with Ventilator-Associated Pneumonia and ARDS.
Southwestern Medical Foundation Scholarship for Academic Achievement, 2001-2003
American Medical Association and Texas Medical Association
American Federation for Medical Research
Biosketch: Dr. Muir received his undergraduate degree in Chemical Engineering from The University of Texas at Austin; completed a year-long Doris Duke Clinical Research Fellowship at UT Southwestern Medical School at Dallas between third and fourth years of medical school.
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