His primary scientific interests are in Anesthesia, Traumatic brain injury, Neuroscience, Nociception and Pathology. His work on Morphine and Reflex as part of general Anesthesia research is frequently linked to Mononeuropathy, bridging the gap between disciplines. His Traumatic brain injury study combines topics in areas such as Injury Site, Spinal cord injury, Receptor, Calpain and Neurochemical.
Ronald L. Hayes combines subjects such as Hippocampus and Central nervous system with his study of Calpain. Ronald L. Hayes has included themes like Spinothalamic tract, Excitatory postsynaptic potential, Ischemia and Somatic cell in his Neuroscience study. His Nociception research integrates issues from Hypertonic saline, -Naloxone, Narcotic antagonist and Shock.
His primary areas of study are Traumatic brain injury, Anesthesia, Neuroscience, Pathology and Internal medicine. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Cerebral cortex, Central nervous system, Calpain, Biomarker and Hippocampus. His Anesthesia research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Head injury, Pharmacology and Nociception.
His Neuroscience research focuses on Excitatory postsynaptic potential and how it relates to Neurochemical. His research integrates issues of Spinal cord injury, Astrocyte and Neuron in his study of Pathology. His work focuses on many connections between Internal medicine and other disciplines, such as Endocrinology, that overlap with his field of interest in Protein kinase C and Gene expression.
Ronald L. Hayes mainly investigates Traumatic brain injury, Biomarker, Pathology, Bioinformatics and Intensive care medicine. Ronald L. Hayes performs multidisciplinary study on Traumatic brain injury and Diagnostic tools in his works. His study in Biomarker is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Cerebrospinal fluid, Brain tissue, Disease, Monocyte and Ischemic brain injury.
His studies in Pathology integrate themes in fields like Whole blood, Healthy subjects and Nervous system. His research investigates the connection with Bioinformatics and areas like Fda approval which intersect with concerns in Proteomics. His Intensive care medicine research incorporates themes from Neuroscience, Pharmacology and Biomarker discovery.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Traumatic brain injury, Biomarker, Pathology, Neuroscience and Intensive care medicine. His Traumatic brain injury study incorporates themes from Inflammation, Head injury, Neurodegeneration and Animal studies. His Biomarker research includes themes of Rehabilitation, Ischemic brain injury and Biomarker discovery.
His Pathology research includes elements of Stroke, Brain tissue, Bioinformatics and Monocyte. His Neuroscience study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Alzheimer's disease, Immunology and Programmed cell death. The various areas that he examines in his Intensive care medicine study include Psychiatry, Clinical trial, Disease and Neuroproteomics.
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A controlled cortical impact model of traumatic brain injury in the rat.
C E Dixon;G L Clifton;J W Lighthall;A A Yaghmai.
Journal of Neuroscience Methods (1991)
A fluid percussion model of experimental brain injury in the rat
C. E. Dixon;Bruce G Lyeth;J. T. Povlishock;R. L. Findling.
Journal of Neurosurgery (1987)
A Phase II Study of Moderate Hypothermia in Severe Brain Injury
Guy L. Clifton;Steven Allen;Patricia Barrodale;Patrick Plenger.
Journal of Neurotrauma (1993)
Behavioral and physiological studies of non-narcotic analgesia in the rat elicited by certain environmental stimuli
Ronald L. Hayes;Ronald L. Hayes;Gary J. Bennett;Gary J. Bennett;Pauline G. Newlon;Pauline G. Newlon;David J. Mayer;David J. Mayer.
Brain Research (1978)
Spatial and temporal transformations of input to spinothalamic tract neurons and their relation to somatic sensations
D. D. Price;R. L. Hayes;M. Ruda;R. Dubner.
Journal of Neurophysiology (1978)
Prolonged memory impairment in the absence of hippocampal cell death following traumatic brain injury in the rat.
Bruce G Lyeth;L. W. Jenkins;R. J. Hamm;C. E. Dixon.
Brain Research (1990)
Neurotransmitter-mediated mechanisms of traumatic brain injury: acetylcholine and excitatory amino acids.
R. L. Hayes;L. W. Jenkins;Bruce G Lyeth.
Journal of Neurotrauma (1992)
Stimulation-produced analgesia: development of tolerance and cross-tolerance to morphine.
David J. Mayer;Ronald L. Hayes.
Intrathecal MK-801 and local nerve anesthesia synergistically reduce nociceptive behaviors in rats with experimental peripheral mononeuropathy.
J. Mao;D.D. Price;D.J. Mayer;J. Lu.
Brain Research (1992)
Mechanisms of Calpain Proteolysis Following Traumatic Brain Injury: Implications for Pathology and Therapy: A Review and Update
A. Kampfl;R. M. Posmantur;Xiurong Zhao;E. Schmutzhard.
Journal of Neurotrauma (1997)
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