Prior Positions and Experience
Fellow, Trauma & Surgical, University of Pennsylvania Critical Care
Resident, General Surgery, University of Florida
MD: 1999, University of Cincinnati
MS: 1995, University of Colorado Boulder
BS: 1992, University of California Berkeley
Susan Evans, MD, is currently investigating the impact of mitochondrially targeted antioxidants on cellular, organ and system outcomes following severe hemorrhage. She currently has funding from the Carolinas HealthCare Foundation as well as the American Association for the Surgery of Trauma (AAST) for this work. Previous Carolinas HealthCare System funding supported projects determining neutrophil activity and survival in patients who develop renal failure following thoracoabdominal operations.
Montegudo AE, Palilonis MA, Moore CC, Huynh T, McKillop IH, Evans SL. Pyrrolidine dithiocarbamate (PDTC) improves mortality in a rat model of severe hemorrhage. J Surg Research. 179(1): e149-155, 2013. [PMID: 22560856]
Meadows JP, Tumlin JA, Clemins MG, McKillop IH, Evans SL. Changes in neutrophil activity following cardiovascular surgery. Open Acc Surg, 2011(4): 1-9, 2011.
Keller SA, Moore CC, Evans SL, McKillop IH, Huynh T. Activated Protein C alters inflammation and protects renal function in sepsis. J Surg Res, 168(1): e103-109, 2011. [PMID: 21429520]
Evans SL, Nance ML, Arbogast KB, Lutz NL, Ellliott ME, Winston FK, Durbin DR. Passenger compartment intrusion as a predictor of significant injury for children involved in motor vehicle crashes. J Trauma 66(2): 504-507, 2009. [PMID: 19204529]