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Robert L. Wears, M.D., Ph.D., M.S.

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Robert L. Wears, M.D., Ph.D., M.S.
Professor
Department of Emergency Medicine
Division of Emergency Medicine Research

Specializes in Emergency Medicine

Specialty
  • <a href = 'http://ufhealthjax.org/emergency-medicine/' target = '_blank'>Emergency Medicine</a>
Board Certifications
  • Emergency Medicine
Professional Education
  • Medical Education: The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Baltimore, MD, USA
  • Professional Education: Ecole des Mines de Paris - Paris Institute of Technology, Paris, France
  • Residency: Emergency Medicine, Jacksonville Health Education Programs (JHEP), Jacksonville, FL, USA
Interests
  • Research Special Interests: Patient safety
Publications

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30.347047 -81.664392 UF Health Jacksonville
655 West 8th Street
Jacksonville, FL 32209


Appointment: (904) 244-0411
Referral: (904) 244-0411
Academic Office
1st Floor, Clinical Center
655 West 8th Street, C506
Jacksonville, FL 32209
(904) 244-4405
wears@ufl.edu
Administrative Assistant
Sheila Goulet
(904) 244-4405
sheila.goulet@jax.ufl.edu
 
  • System Dynamics Modeling of Multi-Level Coping Responses to Understand Resilience

    Purpose: To investigate the phenomenom of overcrowding in hospital emergency departments and how people manage the resulting challenges
  • The Role of Dysfunctional HDL in Sepsis

    Purpose: The goal of this UF Faculty Dean’s Grant is to understand the presence of Dys-HDL in sepsis and its relationship with sepsis-induced organ dysfunction to obtain pilot data for an NIH application. The aims and hypotheses of this study are to: Aim 1. Determine the presence of Dys-HDL in adult patients with early severe sepsis who present to the ED. Dys-HDL will be tested using a novel cell free assay and HDL Inflammatory Index will be measured [H1]. HDL inflammatory index = 1 suggesting pro-inflammatory HDL will be present in patients with severe sepsis. Aim 2. Examine the relationship between Dys-HDL and cumulative organ dysfunction as measured by the sequential organ failure assessment (SOFA) score, a validated measure of organ dysfunction in severe sepsis. [H2] Patients with elevated Dys-HDL levels upon enrollment will also have increased cumulative organ dysfunction as compared to patients without elevated Dys-HDL levels.
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