Dr. Kim-Campbell Receives Grant from the Vascular Medicine Institute and CTSI

Nahmah Kim-Campbell, MD, a current T32 Fellow at the Safar Center, was recently informed that her project “Cardiopulmonary Bypass and Organ Dysfunction: Association with Hemolysis and Cell-Free Hemoglobin” has been selected for funding from the Vascular Medicine Institute (VMI) and the Clinical and Translational Science Institute (CTSI) at the University of Pittsburgh. The Pilot Project Program in Hemostasis and Vascular Biology (P3HVB) is a highly competitive grant program offered by the VMI and the CTSI, created to fund research by new investigators in the fields of hemostasis and vascular biology. Dr. Kim-Campbell is a fellow supported by our National Institutes of Child Health and Human Development-funded T-32 training program in pediatric resuscitation and neurocritical care working on this translational project under the mentorship of Drs. Hulya Bayir, Mark Gladwin, and Kate Felmet. Please join the Safar Center in congratulating Nahmah on her new grant!