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MARK A. NEWELL, M.D.
Associate Professor
Trauma & Surgical Critical Care
 

Address:
Brody School of Medicine at East Carolina University
Department of Surgery
600 Moye Boulevard
Greenville, NC  27834
Phone:  (252) 847-5457
Fax:  (252) 847-8208
Email:
mnewell@vidanthealth.com.com

Academic Degrees:
M.D. (University of Texas Southwestern Medical School,May 30, 1992)
B.S. Pharmacy (University of Texas at Austin,December 6, 1987)


Residency:
Chief Resident, General Surgery
July 1, 1998- June 30, 1999
Our Lady of Mercy Medical Center
New York Medical College
Bronx, New York

General Surgery
July 1, 1997 to June 30, 1999
Our Lady of Mercy Medical Center
New York Medical College
Bronx, New York

Lincoln Medical and Mental Health Center
July 1, 1992 to June 30, 1995
New York Medical College
Bronx, New York


Fellowship:
Surgical Critical Care
July 1, 1995 to June 30, 1996
Lincoln Medical and Mental Health Center
New York Medical College
Bronx, New York

Research:
Pediatric Surgery (Congenital Diaphragmatic Hernia Rat Model)
July 1, 1996 to June 30, 1997
Yale University School of Medicine



Certification:  
American Board of Surgery
Specialty:  Surgical Critical Care
Certification No. 1913
Issued:  October 19, 2001
Expiration: July 1, 2012

American Board of Surgery
Specialty:  Surgery
Certification No. 45573
Issued:  October 30, 2000
Expiration: July 1, 2011

Advanced Cardiac Life Support
Expiration:  August 2009

Basic Cardiac Life Support
Expiration:  June 2009

Advanced Trauma Life Support (ATLS)
Instructor/Course Director
Issued:  August 2004
Expiration:  August 2012

Pediatric Advance Life Support
Issued:  February 2005
Expiration:  May 2009

Collaborative IRB Training Initiative
Issue:  November 2003
Expiration:  November 2009

Licensure:   
North Carolina Medical Board 
New York State Education Department
 

Controlled Substance Certificate:
Drug Enforcement Administration Certificate


Hospital Appointments:
Attending Surgeon
Trauma and Surgical Critical Care
Pitt County Memorial Hospital
Greenville, North Carolina
July 1, 2003 to present

Associate Chief, Trauma and Surgical Critical Care
Lincoln Medical and Mental Health Center
Bronx, New York
August 1, 2000 to June 30, 2001

Attending Surgeon
General Surgery, Trauma/Critical Care
Lincoln Medical and Mental Health Center
Bronx, New York
July 26, 1999 to May 30, 2003


Academic Appointments:
Assistant Professor of Surgery
Brody School of Medicine at ECU
Greenville, North Carolina
July 1, 2003 to present

Instructor in General Surgery
New York Medical College
Valhalla, New York
November 1, 1998 to June 30, 1999

Professional Societies:
American Medical Association  
July 1, 1993 to present 


Surgical Society of New York Medical College
June 1999 to present

Pitt County Medical Society
July 2003 to present

Society of Critical Care Medicine
October 2003 to present
 
American College of Surgeons, Fellow 
October 2003 to present

Southeastern Surgical Congress, Fellow
October 2003 to present

National Medical Association
March 2004 to present
 
American Trauma Society
March 2004 to present

Association for Academic Surgery
July 2004 to present

Society of Black Academic Surgeons
October 2004 to present
 
Eastern Association for the Surgery of Trauma
January 2005 to present

North Carolina Medical Society
January 2006 to present

Committee Assignments:
Lincoln Medical and Mental Health Center
Member, Pharmacy and Therapeutics Committee
July 11, 2002 to May 30, 2003

Member, Multidisciplinary Trauma Committee
August 1, 1999 to May 30, 2003
 
Member, SICU Interdisciplinary Subcommittee
August 1, 1999 to May 30, 2003

Member, Medical Records Committee
April 13, 2000 to May 30, 2003

Member, Nutrition Committee
April 25, 2000 to May 30, 2003

Member, Injury Prevention Committee
August 31, 2000 to May 30, 2003

East Carolina Brody School of Medicine
Member, Trauma Research Committee
2003 to present

Member, Vice Chair of Diversity Initiative
January 2005 to January 2007

Member, Continuing Medical Education Committee
August 2005 to present

Member, Risk Management Committee
January 2007 to present

Member, Compliance Committee
January 2007 to present

Member, Brody School of Medicine Dean Search Committee
August 2007 to July 2008

University Health Systems
Member, Faculty/Mortality Peer Review Committee
2003 to present

Member, Trauma Peer Review Committee
2003 to present

Member, Trauma Physician Documentation System Committee
2003 to present

Member, GI User’s Group Committee
2003 to present

Member, Computerized Physician Order Entry
2004 to 2007

Acting Chairman, Trauma Clinic Committee
July 2004 to June 2005

Member, Bariatric Committee
January 2005 to present

Member, Nutrition Care Committee
January 2005 to December 2006

Member, Beers’ Criteria Analysis Task Force
January 2005 to December 2006

Chairman, Trauma Clinic Committee
July 2005 to present

Member, Medical Ethics Committee
2006 to present

Member, OR Value Analysis Committee
February 2006 – present

Member, OR Trauma Subcommittee
January 2007 – present

Member, Patient and Family Centered Care Committee
November 2008 – present

Regional/National Appointments:   
Member, EAST Rural Trauma Committee
2006 to present

Member, NC Committee on Trauma (NC COT)
2009 to present

Honors/Awards:   
Dean’s List 1986-87

Outstanding Pharmacy Clerk (Dallas), 1987

Southwestern Medical Foundation Scholarship, 1988-1992
 
Iatros Award, UT Southwestern Medical School, 1992
(AWARDED BY THE GRADUATING MEDICAL CLASS TO THE STUDENT WHO MOST EXEMPLIFIES THE CHARACTERISTICS OF THE CONSUMMATE PHYSICIAN)
 
Fellow- American College of Surgeons
October 2003

East Carolina Department of Emergency Medicine,
Emergency Medicine Resident Off-Service Faculty
Teaching Award 2003-2004

Surgical Intermediate Unit Attending Physician of the Quarter
April to June 2004

Academic Keys Who's Who in Medical Sciences Education
February 2005- present

Surgical Intermediate Unit Attending Physician of the Quarter
April to June 2006

The Society of Black Academic Surgeons Leadership Fellow
April 2007

Consumers’ Research Council of America “America’s Top Surgeons”
2007

Leadership and Faculty Development Courses: 
The Society of Black Academic Surgeons Leadership Institute
April 2007

Bell Leadership Institution
January 2008

NHI Principles of Wound Healing & Hyperbaric Medicine Training Course
April 2008

Chancellor’s Leadership Academy Program
January-May 2009

Editorial Services
Article/Manuscript 
ADHOC Reviewer:  JACS ~ Ref.:  Ms. No. 2009-510Glucose Metabolism Not Morbid Obesity Predicts Mortality in Critically Ill Surgical Patients, March 2009

Publications:
1. Newell MA, Au-Fliegner M, Coppola C, Gosche JR.  HYPOXIC PULMONARY VASOCONSTRICTION IS IMPAIRED IN RATS WITH NITROFEN-INDUCED CONGENITAL DIAPHRAGMATIC HERNIAS.  J Pediatr Surg. 1998 Sep; 33(9): 1358-1362.

2. Vinces FY, Newell MA, Cherry RA.  ISOLATED CONTRALATERAL VERTEBRAL ARTERY INJURY IN A STAB WOUND TO THE NECK.  J Vasc Surg. 2004 Feb; 39(2): 462-4.

3. Goettler CE, Fugo JR, Bard MR, Newell MA, Sagraves SG, Toschlog EA, Schenarts PJ, Rotondo MF.  PREDICTING THE NEED FOR EARLY TRACHEOSTOMY:  A MULTIFACTORIAL ANALYSIS OF 992 INTUBATED TRAUMA PATIENTS.  J Trauma 2006 May; 60(5): 991-6. 4. Schenarts PJ, Sagraves SG, Bard MR, Toschlog EA, Goettler CE, Newell MA, and Rotondo MF. Low-Dose Dopamine: A PHYSIOLOGICALLY-BASED REVIEW CURRENT SURGERY.  Curr Surg.  2006 May-June; 63(3):  219-25.

5. Bard MR, Goettler CE, Toschlog EA, Sagraves SG, Schenarts PJ, Newell MA, Fugate M, Rotondo MF.  ALCOHOL WITHDRAWAL SYNDROME: TURNING MINOR INJURIES INTO A MAJOR PROBLEM.  Journal of Trauma-Injury Infection & Critical Care. 2006 Dec.; 61(6): 1441-1446.

6. Toschlog EA, Sagraves SG, Bard MR, Schenarts PJ, Goettler CE, Newell MA, Rotondo MF.  RURAL TRAUMA RECIDIVISM: A DIFFERENT DISEASE. ARCHIVES OF SURGERY.  2007 January; 142: 77-81.

7. Sagraves SG, Phade SV, Spain T, Bard MR, Goettler CE, Schenarts PJ, Toschlog EA, Newell MA, Bairns B, Peck M, Rotondo MF. A COLLABORATIVE SYSTEMS APPROACH TO RURAL BURN CARE. Journal of Burn Care and Research 28(1):111-4, 2007 Jan-Feb.

8. Newell MA, Bard MR, Goettler CE, Toschlog EA, Schenarts PJ, Sagraves SG, Holbert D, Pories WJ, Rotondo MF.  BODY MASS INDEX AND OUTCOMES IN CRITICALLY INJURED BLUNT TRAUMA PATIENTS:  WEIGHING THE IMPACT.  Journal Of The American College Of Surgeons 2007 May; 204(5): 1056-1064

9. Toschlog EA, Newton C, Allen N, Newell MA, Goettler CE, Schenarts PJ, Bard MR, Sagraves SG, Rotondo MF.  MORBIDITY REDUCTION IN CRITICALLY ILL TRAUMA PATIENTS THROUGH USE OF A COMPUTERIZED INSULIN INFUSION PROTOCOL: A PRELIMINARY STUDY.  J Trauma 2007 June; 62(6):  1370-1376

10. Schenarts PJ, Phade SV, Bard MR, Goettler CE, Toschlog EA, Sagraves SG, Newell MA, Rotondo MF.  FIELD HYPOTENSION IN PATIENTS WHO ARRIVE AT THE HOSPITAL NORMOTENSIVE:  A MARKER OF SEVERE INJURY OR CRYING WOLF?  NC Medical Journal 2008 July/August; 69(4):  265-268.

11. Briggs S, Goettler CE, Schenarts PJ, Newell MA, Sagraves SG, Bard MR, Toschlog EA, Rotondo MF.  HIGH-FREQUENCY OSCILLATORY VENTILATION AS A RESCUE THERAPY FOR ADULT TRAUMA PATIENTS.  Am J of Crit Care; 2009 March; 18: 144-148.

Publications (submitted/accepted):
12. Bard MR, Goettler CE, Toschlog EA, Fugo J, Schenarts PJ, Sagraves SG, Newell MA, Rotondo MF.  CRITICALLY INJURED ADOLESCENT PATIENTS: WHERE DO THEY BELONG?   American Surgeon (submitted 2005)

13. Toschlog EA, Goettler CE, Bard MR, Newell MA, Sagraves SG, Schenarts PJ, Rotondo MF.  FREE PERITONEAL FLUID (FF) WITHOUT SOLID ORGAN INJURY ON COMPUTERIZED TOMOGRAPHY (CT) FOLLOWING BLUNT TRAUMA: PREDICTORS OF THERAPEUTIC LAPAROTOMY (TL).  J Trauma (submitted 2006)

14. Bard MR, Shaikh S, Pestaner J, Newell MA, Rotondo MF.  DIRECT FETAL INJURY DUE TO AIRBAG DEPLOYMENT AND THREE-POINT RESTRAINT.  J Trauma (accepted Feb 2007).

15. Newell MA, Rotondo MF, Toschlog EA, Sagraves SG, Schenarts PJ, Bard MR, Goettler CE. THE ELDERLY TRAUMA PATIENT: AN INVESTMENT FOR THE FUTURE? J Trauma (resubmitted 2008).

16. Rotondo MF, Bard MR, Sagraves SG, Toschlog EA, Schenarts PJ, Goettler CE, Newell MA, Robertson MJ.  WHAT PRICE COMMITMENT - WHAT BENEFIT?  THE COST OF A SAVED LIFE IN A DEVELOPING LEVEL I TRAUMA CENTER.  J Trauma (accepted 2008).

17. Bard MR, Schenarts PJ, Schenarts KD, Newell MA, Waibel BH, Rotondo MF.  INCREASING RESIDENT RESPONSIBILITY: THE IMPACT ON TRAUMA PATIENTS. Journal of Trauma.  (submitted Jan 2008)

18. Mandapaka S, Newell MA, Ferguson TB, Kucysk B, Mann D, Campbell J, Wood WC.  RIGHT VENTRICULAR RUPTURE AFTER BLUNT TRAUMA: CONSERVATIVE MANAGEMENT BY ECHOCARDIOGRAPHY AND VOLUME-ENHANCED CTA – A CASE REPORT.  Journal of the American College of Cardiology.  (resubmitted March 2009)

Book Chapters:
2008: Mark A. Newell, MD, Vicente Gracias, MD, and Michael F. Rotondo, MD. PREHOSPITAL FLUID RESUSCITATION.  IN:  ASCENSIO JA, TRUNKEY D, EDS.  CURRENT THERAPY OF TRAUMA SURGERY AND CRITICAL CARE.  Philadelphia, PA:  WB Saunders/Elsevier pp. 63-67, 2008

2008: Michael F. Rotondo, MD and Mark A. Newell, MD.  PANCREATIC AND DUODENAL INJURIES.  In:  Cameron JL, ed.  Current Surgical Therapy.  (9th Edition) St. Louis, MO:  Mosby pp. 992-996, 2008

2009:  Sandhya A. Lagoo-Deenaday, MD, Mark A. Newell, MD, and Walter E. Pofahl, MD.  COMMON PERIOPERATIVE COMPLICATIONS IN OLDER PATIENTS. IN: ROSENTHAL RA, ZENILMAN ME, KATLIC MR, EDS.  PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICE OF GERIATRIC SURGERY.  (2ND Edition) New York, NY:  Springer (submitted)

Grants:
Novo Nordisk Inc. F7Trauma-1648; Phase III Trial.  “A muti-center, randomized, double-blind, parallel group, placebo controlled trial to evaluate the efficacy and safety of activated recombinant factor VII (rFVIIa/NovoSeven®/NiaStase®) in the treatment of refractory bleeding in severely injured trauma patients.”  Principle Investigator: Rotondo, MF.  Sub-investigators: Toschlog EA, Sagraves SG, Newell MA, Bard MR, Schenarts PJ, Goettler CE, Briggs S.  Status: awarded April 2006, $74,870. 

Monogrpahs:
Rotondo MF and Newell MA: “CRITICAL REVIEW OF TRAUMA LITERATURE”, American Academy of Emergency Medicine, EMRAP Vol 4 No. 4. 2004

Abstracts:
1. Fugate M, Bard MR, Goettler CE, Toschlog EA, Sagraves SG, Schenarts PJ, Newell MA, Rotondo MF: ALCOHOL WITHDRAWAL SYNDROME: TURNING MINOR INJURIES INTO MAJOR PROBLEMS.  EAST 18th Annual Scientific Assembly. Journal of Trauma 57(6):1380, 2004.

2. Sagraves SG, Fugo J, Bard MR, Goettler CE, Schenarts PJ, Toschlog EA, Newell MA, Bowen J, Rotondo MF.  BETA BLOCKADE: IS IT SAFE IN ELDERLY TRAUMA PATIENTS?  Critical Care Medicine 33(12 Suppl): A41, December 2005.

3. Schenarts PJ, Toschlog EA, Bard MR, Sagraves SG, Goettler CE, Newell MA, Rotondo MF.  SURGICAL RESIDENT PERCEPTIONS OF TRAUMA / CRITICAL CARE SURGEONS.  Critical Care Medicine 33(12 Suppl): A71, December 2005.

4. Goettler CE, Briggs S, Bard MR, Toschlog EA, Sagraves SG, Schenarts PJ, Newell MA, Rotondo MF.  HIGH-FREQUENCY OSCILLATORY VENTILATION (HFOV) AS A RESCUE MANEUVER FOR ADULT RESPIRATORY DISTRESS SYNDROME (ARDS) IN TRAUMA PATIENTS.  Critical Care Medicine 33(12 Suppl): A115, December 2005.

5. Toschlog EA, Allen N, Briggs S, Bard MR, Schenarts PJ, Goettler CE, Sagraves SG, Newell MA, Rotondo MF.  CEFEPIME CONTINUOUS INFUSION (CTI) VERSUS CONVENTIONAL DOSING (CVD) FOR VENTILATOR ASSOCIATED PNEUMONIA (VAP).  Critical Care Medicine 33(12 Suppl): A171, December 2005.

6. Toschlog EA, Rotondo MF, Briggs S, Sagraves SG, Schenarts PJ, Bard MR, Goettler CE, Newell MA.  INTENSIVE CARE UNIT (ICU) BEDSIDE SURGERY: A COST EFFECTIVE APPROACH.  Critical Care Medicine 33(12 Suppl): A175, December 2005.

7. Toschlog EA, Goettler CE, Bard MR, Newell MA, Sagraves SG, Schenarts PJ, Rotondo MF. “FREE PERITONEAL FLUID (FF) WITHOUT SOLID ORGAN INJURY ON COMPUTERIZED TOMOGRAPHY (CT) FOLLOWING BLUNT TRAUMA: PREDICTORS OF THERAPEUTIC LAPAROTOMY (TL). The Journal of Trauma, 60(1):253, January 2006.

8. Newell MA, Rotondo MF, Toschlog EA, Sagraves SG, Schenarts PJ, Bard MR, Goettler CE. “THE ELDERLY TRAUMA PATIENT: AN INVESTMENT FOR THE FUTURE?” The Journal of Trauma, 60(1):252, January 2006.

9. Rotondo MF, Sagraves SG, Toschlog EA, Schenarts PJ, Bard MR, Goettler CE, Newell MA.  WHAT PRICE COMMITMENT?  - WHAT BENEFIT?  THE COST OF A SAVED LIFE IN A DEVELOPING LEVEL I TRAUMA CENTER.  The Journal of Trauma, 61(2):489, August 2006.

10. Toschlog EA, Newton C, Newell MA, Goettler CE, Schenarts PJ, Bard MR, Sagraves SG, Rotondo MF.  MORBIDITY REDUCTION IN CRITICALLY ILL TRAUMA PATIENTS THROUGH USE OF A COMPUTERIZED INSULIN INFUSION PROTOCOL:  A PRELIMINARY STUDY.  The Journal of Trauma, 61(2):502, August 2006.

11. Schlitzkus LL, Waibel BH, Newell MA, Durham CA, Sagraves SG, Rotondo MF.  HYPOTHERMIA AND THE RUAL TRAUMA PATIENT.  Critical Care Medicine 36(12 Suppl): A45 (195) December 2008.

12. Durham CA, Waibel BH, Schlitzkus LL, Newell MA, Sagraves SG, Rotondo MF. HYPOTHERMIA AND THE PEDIATRIC RURAL TRAUMA PATIENT. Crit Care Med. 36(12 Suppl): A47 (201); December 2008.

13. Newell MA, Waibel BH, Sagraves SG, Holbert D, Rotondo MF.  DELAYS TO DEFINITIVE CARE LEAD TO WORSENED OUTCOMES IN ELDERLY TRAUMA PATIENTS.  Journal of Surgical Research, 151(2): 303, February 2009.

Abstracts (submitted):
14. Sagraves SG, Schlitzkus LL, Newell MA, Watkins F, Gee A, Rotondo MF.  FIELD OXYGENATION (STO2) MONITORING PREDICTS MORTALITY IN TRAUMA PATIENTS.  Submitted to American Association for the Surgery of Trauma 2009 Annual Meeting.

15. Schlitzkus LL, Waibel BH, Newell MA, Durham CA, Sagraves SG, Rotondo MF.  HYPOTHERMIA AND THE RURAL ADULT TRAUMA PATIENT.  Submitted to American College of Surgeons 2009 Annual Congress.

Presentations:
1. Newell MA, Zitsman J. “GOLDSTEIN’S TEST DOES NOT PREDICT CONTRALATERAL PATENT PROCESSUS VAGINALIS” Pediatric Surgery Fellow’s Conference, Philadelphia - October 5-8, 1996.

2. Coppola C, Au-Fliegner M, Newell MA, Gosche JR. “FETAL RAT ISOLATED PULMONARY VESSEL RESPONSE TO ENDOTHELIN-1” FASEB, New Orleans - December 6-8, 1996.

3. Newell MA, Au-Fliegner M, Coppola C, Gosche JR. “HYPOXIC VASOCONSTRICTION IS IMPAIRED IN PULMONARY ARTERIOLES FROM RATS WITH NITROFEN-INDUCED CONGENITAL DIAPHRAGMATIC HERNIAS” 1997 Annual ELSO Meeting, Detroit - September 19-21, 1997.

4. Newell MA, Au-Fliegner M, Coppola C, Gosche JR. “HYPOXIC PULMONARY VASOCONSTRICTION IS IMPAIRED IN RATS WITH NITRO FEN-INDUCED CONGENITAL DIAPHRAGMATIC HERNIAS” American Academy of Pediatrics, Surgical Section, New Orleans - October 31-November 2, 1997.

5. Phade SV, Schenarts PJ, Sagraves SG, Bard MR, Goettler CE, Toschlog EA, Newell MA, Rotondo MF. “EFFECT OF TRAUMA CENTER DEVELOPMENT ON SURGICAL RESIDENT EDUCATION”. ACS (NC-COT), Wilmington, NC – July 2004.

6. Fugo M, Bard MR, Goettler CE, Toschlog EA, Sagraves SG, Schenarts PJ, Newell MA, Rotondo MF. CRITICALLY INJURED TRAUMA PATIENTS: WHERE DO THEY BELONG? ACS (NC-COT), Wilmington NC – July 2004.

7. Fugate M, Bard MR, Goettler CE, Toschlog EA, Sagraves SG, Schenarts PJ, Newell MA, Rotondo MF. ALCOHOL WITHDRAWAL SYNDROME: TURNING MINOR INJURIES INTO MAJOR PROBLEMS. ACS (NC-COT), Wilmington, NC – July 2004.

8. Smith PJ, Willis HL, Sagraves SG, Schenarts PJ, Bard MR, Toschlog EA, Goettler CE, Newell MA, Rotondo MF. SHOTGUN INJURY MANAGEMENT AND OUTCOMES. Medical Student Annual Research Day, Brody School of Medicine at East Carolina, Greenville, NC - August 2004.

9. Fugate M, Bard MR, Goettler CE, Toschlog EA, Sagraves SG, Schenarts PJ, Newell MA, Rotondo MF.  ALCOHOL WITHDRAWAL SYNDROME: TURNING MINOR INJURIES INTO MAJOR PROBLEMS.  EAST 18th Annual Scientific Assembly, Ft. Lauderdale, FL - January 2005.

10. Bard MR, Goettler CE, Toschlog EA, Fugo J, Schenarts PJ, Sagraves SG, Newell MA, Rotondo MF.  “CRITICALLY INJURED ADOLESCENT PATIENTS: WHERE DO THEY BELONG?”  Poster presentation at Southeastern Surgical Congress, Atlanta, GA - February 2005.

11. Goettler CE, Fugo JR, Bard MR, Newell MA, Sagraves SG, Toschlog EA, Schenarts PJ, Rotondo MF.  “PREDICTING THE NEED FOR EARLY TRACHEOSTOMY: A MULTIFACTORIAL ANALYSIS OF 992 INTUBATED TRAUMA PATIENTS.”  Poster presentation at the American Association for the Surgery of Trauma 64th Annual Meeting, Atlanta, GA - September 2005.

12. Fugate M, Schenarts PJ, Toschlog EA, Sagraves SG, Bard MR, Goettler CE, Newell MA, Rotondo MF.  SURGICAL RESIDENT PERCEPTIONS OF TRAUMA / CRITICAL CARE SURGEONS.  Center of Excellence for Trauma & Surgical Critical Care, Department of Surgery, East Carolina University, Greenville, NC - 2006.

13. Schenarts PJ,  Bard MR, Sagraves SG, Newell MA, Goettler CE, Toschlog EA, Willis H, Rotondo MF.   CONTRAST BLUSH NOT DEGREE OF INJURY OR TRANSFUSION REQUIREMENT PREDICT POSITIVE ANGIOGRAMS AFTER HEPATIC TRAUMA.  Poster presentation at the Eastern Association for the Surgery of Trauma’s 19th Annual Scientific Assembly, Orlando, FL - January 2006.

14. Goettler CE, Briggs SE, Bard MR, Toschlog EA, Sagraves SG, Schenarts PJ, Newell MA, Rotondo MF.  HIGH-FREQUENCY OSCILLATORY VENTILATION (HFOV) AS A RESCUE MANEUVER FOR ADULT RESPIRATORY DISTRESS SYNDROME (ARDS) IN TRAUMA PATIENTS.  Poster presentation at the Society of Critical Care Medicine 35th Critical Care Congress, San Francisco, CA - January 2006.

15. Sagraves SG, Fugo J, Bowen J, Bard MR, Toschlog EA, Goettler CE, Schenarts PJ, Newell MA, Rotondo MF. BETA-BLOCKERS ARE SAFE IN ELDERLY TRAUMA PATIENTS.  Poster presentation at the Society of Critical Care Medicine 35th Critical Care Congress, San Francisco, CA - January 2006.

16. Toschlog EA, Allen N, Briggs SE, Bard MR, Schenarts PJ, Goettler CE, Sagraves SG, Newell MA, Rotondo MF.  CEFEPIME CONTINUOUS INFUSION (CTI) VERSUS CONVENTIONAL DOSING (CVD) FOR VENTILATOR ASSOCIATED PNEUMONIA (VAP).  Poster presentation at the Society of Critical Care Medicine 35th Critical Care Congress, San Francisco, CA - January 2006.

17. Toschlog EA, Rotondo MF, Briggs SE, Sagraves SG, Schenarts PJ, Bard MR, Goettler CE, Newell MA.  INTENSIVE CARE UNIT (ICU) BEDSIDE SURGERY: A COST EFFECTIVE APPROACH.  Poster presentation at the Society of Critical Care Medicine 35th Critical Care Congress, San Francisco, CA - January 2006.

18. Schenarts PJ, Toschlog EA, Sagraves SG, Bard MR, Goettler CE, Newell MA, Rotondo MF.  SURGICAL RESIDENT PERCEPTIONS OF TRAUMA / CRITICAL CARE SURGEONS.  Poster presentation at the Society of Critical Care Medicine’s 35th Critical Care Congress, San Francisco, CA - January 2006.

19. Toschlog EA, Goettler CE, Bard MR, Newell MA, Sagraves SG, Schenarts PJ, Rotondo MF.  FREE PERITONEAL FLUID (FF) WITHOUT SOLID ORGAN INJURY ON COMPUTERIZED TOMOGRAPHY (CT) FOLLOWING BLUNT TRAUMA: PREDICTORS OF THERAPEUTIC LAPAROTOMY (TL).  Western Trauma Association 36th Annual Meeting, Big Sky, MT - February 2006.

20. Newell MA, Rotondo MF, Toschlog EA, Sagraves SG, Schenarts PJ, Bard MR, Goettler CE.  THE ELDERLY TRAUMA PATIENT: AN INVESTMENT FOR THE FUTURE?  Western Trauma Association 36th Annual Meeting, Big Sky, MT - February 2006.

21. Schenarts PJ, Sagraves SG, Bard MR, Toschlog EA, Goettler CE, Newell MA, Rotondo MF.  FACTORS INFLUENCING SURGICAL RESIDENT FELLOWSHIP SELECTION AND CAREER CHOICE.  Association of Program Directors in Surgery/Association for Surgical Education, Tucson, AZ - March 2006

22. Sagraves SG, Phade SV, Spain T, Bard MR, Goettler CE, Schenarts PJ, Toschlog EA, Newell MA, Cairns B, Peck M, Rotondo, MF. “A COLLABORATIVE SYSTEMS APPROACH TO RURAL BURN CARE”.  Poster presentation at the American Burn Association 38th Annual Meeting, Las Vegas, NV - April 2006.

23. Tyson H, Bard MR, Goettler CE, Schenarts PJ, Toschlog EA, Sagraves SG, Newell MA, Rotondo MF.  PREDICTORS OF DECUBITUS ULCER FORMATION IN THE TRAUMA POPULATION.  North Carolina Chapter of the American College of Surgeons Resident & Fellow Research Paper Competition 2006, Myrtle Beach, South Carolina - July 2006.

24. Fugate M, Toschlog EA, Newton C, Newell MA, Goettler CE, Schenarts PJ, Bard MR, Sagraves SG, Rotondo MF.  MORBIDITY REDUCTION IN CRITICALLY ILL TRAUMA PATIENTS THROUGH USE OF A COMPUTERIZED INSULIN INFUSION PROTOCOL: A PRELIMINARY STUDY.  3rd Place North Carolina Chapter of the American College of Surgeons Resident & Fellow Research Paper Competition 2006, Myrtle Beach, South Carolina - July 2006.

25. Phade SV, Schenarts PJ, Bard MR, Goettler CE, Newell MA, Sagraves SG, Toschlog EA, Rotondo MF.  SIGNIFICANCE OF FIELD HYPOTENSION IN PATIENTS WHO ARRIVE NORMOTENSIVE AT THE TRAUMA CENTER.  North Carolina Chapter of the American College of Surgeons Resident & Fellow Research Paper Competition 2006, Myrtle Beach, South Carolina - July 2006.

26. Schenarts PJ, Bard MR, Goettler CE, Newell MA, Sagraves SG, Toschlog EA, Rotondo MF.  FIELD HYPOTENSION: A MARKER OF SEVERE INJURY OR CRYING WOLF.  Poster presentation at the American Association for the Surgery of Trauma's 65th Annual Meeting, New Orleans, LA - September 2006

27. Bard MR, Goettler CE, Toschlog EA, Sagraves SG, Schenarts PJ, Newell MA, Tyson GH, Rotondo MF.  RISK FACTORS FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF DECUBITUS ULCERS IN TRAUMA PATIENTS.  Poster presentation at the American Association for the Surgery of Trauma's 65th Annual Meeting, New Orleans, LA - September 2006

28. Toschlog EA, Newton C, Bard MR, Schenarts PJ, Goettler CE, Sagraves SG, Newell MA, Rotondo MF.  THE IMPACT OF A COMPUTERIZED GLYCEMIC CONTROL PROTOCOL ON OUTCOME IN CRITICALLY ILL TRAUMA PATIENTS.  Presented at the American Association for the Surgery of Trauma’s 65th Annual Meeting, New Orleans, LA - September 2006.

29. Rotondo MF, Bard MR, Sagraves SG, Toschlog EA, Schenarts PJ, Goettler CE, Newell MA.  WHAT PRICE COMMITMENT? – WHAT BENEFIT?  THE COST OF A SAVED LIFE IN A DEVELOPMENT LEVEL I TRAUMA CENTER.  Presented at the American Association for the Surgery of Trauma’s 65th Annual Meeting, New Orleans, LA - September 2006.

30. Sagraves SG, Phade SV, Spain T, Bard MR, Goettler CE, Schenarts PJ, Toschlog EA, Newell MA, Cairns B, Peck M, Rotondo MF.  A COLLABORATIVE SYSTEMS APPROACH TO RURAL BURN CARE.  Poster presentation at the Southern Medical Association's 19th Annual Southern Region Burn Conference, Durham, NC - November 2006.

31. Newell MA, Bard MR, Goettler CE, Toschlog EA, Schenarts PJ, Sagraves SG, Holbert D, Rotondo MF.  WEIGHING THE INFLUENCE OF BODY MASS INDEX ON OUTCOMES IN CRITICALLY INJURED BLUNT TRAUMA PATIENTS.  Presentation at the Southern Surgical Association’s 118th Annual Session, Palm Beach, FL - December 2006.

32. Bard MR, Goettler CE, Toschlog EA, Schenarts PJ, Sagraves SG, Newell MA, Rotondo MF.  SWINGING BACK THE PENDULUM ON INTUBATION INDICATIONS FOR TRAUMA PATIENTS.  Poster Presentation at the Eastern Association for the Surgery of Trauma’s 20th Annual Scientific Assembly, Fort Myers, FL - January 2007.

33. Sagraves SG, Bard MR, Goettler CE, Newell MA, Schenarts PJ, Toschlog EA, Rotondo MF.  ATTENTION DEFICIT/HYPERACTIVITY DISORDER (ADHD) AND TRAUMA: ARE ADHD CHILDREN MORE SEVERELY INJURED? Poster Presentation at the Southeastern Surgical Congress’ Annual Scientific Meeting, Savannah, GA - February 2007.

34. Newell MA, Bard MR, Goettler CE, Schenarts PJ, Sagraves SG, Toschlog EA, Holbert D, Rotondo MF.  A COAT OF ARMOR?  ANALYZING INJURY PATTERNS IN THE CRITICALLY INJURED OBESE PATIENT.  Poster Presentation at the Southeastern Surgical Congress’ Annual Scientific Meeting, Savannah, GA - February 2007.

35. Bard MR, Schenarts PJ, Schenarts KD, Newell MA, Waibel BH. INCREASING RESIDENT RESPONSIBILITY:  THE IMPACT ON TRAUMA PATIENTS.  Presented at Eastern Association for the Surgery of Trauma (EAST), Amelia Island, FL - January 2008.

36. Schlitzkus LL, Waibel BH, Newell MA, Durham CA, Sagraves SG, Rotondo MF.  HYPOTHERMIA AND THE RURAL TRAUMA PATIENT.  North Carolina Chapter of the American College of Surgeons Resident & Fellow Research Paper Competition, South Carolina - July 2008

37. Sagraves SG, Newell MA, Bard MR, Watkins FR, McMullen D, Rotondo MF.  TISSUE OXYGENATION MONITORING IN THE FIELD: A NEW EMS VITAL SIGN?  22nd Annual Scientific Assembly of the Eastern Association for the Surgery of Trauma (EAST), Orlando, FL - January 2009.

38. Durham CA, Waibel BH, Schlitzkus LL, Newell MA, Sagraves SG, Rotondo MF. HYPOTHERMIA AND THE PEDIATRIC RURAL TRAUMA PATIENT. 38th Critical Care Congress (SCCM). Nashville, TN. January 2009.

39. Newell MA, Waibel BH, Sagraves SG, Holbert D, Rotondo MF.  DELAYS TO DEFINITIVE CARE LEAD TO WORSENED OUTCOMES IN ELDERLY TRAUMA PATIENTS. 4th Annual Academic Surgical Congress (AAS), Fort Myers, FL - February 2009

Lectures:
“PEDESTRIAN SAFETY” - Community Advisory Board, Lincoln Medical and Mental Health Center - May 2001

“VERTEBRAL ARTERY INJURIES” - University of Arizona, General Surgery Residents; Tucson, Arizona - December 2002

“DIAGNOSIS AND THERAPY OF GASTROINTESTINAL BLEEDING” - Weil Medical College of Cornell University Surgical Clerkship, Lincoln Medical and Mental Health Center - May 2003

“THE LIVER” - Brody School of Medicine at ECU Surgical Clerkship, Greenville, North Carolina - August 2003 - present

“THORACIC TRAUMA” - Advanced Trauma Life Support, Brody School of Medicine at East Carolina University, Department of Surgery, Greenville, North Carolina - August 2004

“HEAD, NECK AND CHEST TRAUMA” - Chairman’s Conference, Brody School of Medicine at East Carolina University, Greenville, North Carolina - September 2004

“GERIATRIC TRAUMA” - Department of Emergency Medicine Grand Rounds, Brody School of Medicine at East Carolina University, Greenville, North Carolina - November 2004

“RESUSCITATION OF THE MORBIDLY OBESE TRAUMA PATIENT” - Multidisciplinary Trauma Conference, Brody School of Medicine at East Carolina University, Greenville, North Carolina, Department of Surgery - February 2005

“GERIATRIC TRAUMA” - Department of Surgery Grand Rounds, New Hanover Medical Center, Wilmington NC - April 2005

“NON-ACCIDENTAL TRAUMA” - Pediatrics Trauma Day, Brody School of Medicine at East Carolina University, Greenville, North Carolina - April 2005

“HEAD, NECK, AND CHEST TRAUMA” - Chairman’s Conference, Brody School of Medicine at East Carolina University, Greenville, North Carolina - September 2005

“SIGNIFICANT CONTRIBUTIONS OF AFRICAN-AMERICAN SURGEONS” - Department of Surgery Grand Rounds, Brody School of Medicine at East Carolina University - February 2006

“RURAL TRAUMA TEAM DEVELOPMENT COURSE” – Pitt County Memorial Hospital, Greenville, NC - February 2006 – 2007

“GERIATRIC TRAUMA” - Multidisciplinary Trauma Conference, Department of Surgery, Greenville, NC - May 2006

“CHOOSING A CAREER IN SURGERY” – Brody School of Medicine at East Carolina University, Greenville, North Carolina - October 2006

“VENTILATOR-ASSOCIATED PNEUMONIA” – National Medical Association 2007 Annual Convention and Scientific Assembly, Honolulu, Hawaii – August 2007

“TRAUMA & CRITICAL CARE SURGERY” – Career Tasters Luncheon, East Carolina University, Greenville, NC  - October 2007

“ADVANCE TRAUMA LIFE SUPPORT (ATLS)” – Course Director, Brody School of Medicine at East Carolina University, Greenville, NC – November 2007

“PENETRATING INJURY-A RURAL PERSPECTIVE: NOT EXCLUSIVELY AN URBAN REALITY” - 18th Annual Hampton Roads Trauma Symposium (Violence in Our Community: The Impact of Penetrating Trauma), Newport News, VA – April 2008

“TRAUMA IN PEDIATRICS & THE ELDERLY” AND “TRAUMA IN WOMEN” – Advanced Trauma Life Support (ATLS), Brody SOM at ECU, Greenville, NC - June 2008

“ELDERLY TRAUMA” – The Fifth Annual Eastern Regional Trauma Symposium 2008, Greenville, NC – October 2008

“ELDERLY TRAUMA” – Asheville Trauma Symposium, Asheville, NC – November 2008

"Geriatric Trauma" Multidisciplinary Trauma Conference - Department of Surgery, Greenville, NC – November 2008

“ELDERLY TRAUMA” – Area L AHEC Symposium, Rocky Mount, NC – May 2009

“Acidosis and Belly Pain: Is This Dead Gut?” Society for Surgery of the Alimentary Tract 50th Annual Meeting, Chicago, Illinois - May 30 - June 3, 2009