PhD Veterinary Physiology, Texas A&M University 1997
MS Veterinary Clinical Sciences, The Ohio State University 1989
DVM Veterinary Medicine, Texas A&M University 1983
BS Veterinary Science, Texas A&M University 1981
Diplomate, American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine
Texas Veterinary Medical License: 5354
Merging clinical cases, client communication and physiology to enhance student engagement, learning and skills
Washburn SE, Posey D, Stewart RH, Rogers KS
J Vet Med Educ.
Mesenteric lymphatic vessels adapt to mesenteric venous hypertension by becoming weaker pumps.
Dongaonkar RM, Nguyen TL, Quick CM, Heaps CL, Hardy J, Laine GA, Wilson E, Stewart RH
Am J Physiol Heart Circ Physiol.
Biphasic regulation of myosin light chain phosphorylation by p21-activated kinase modulates intestinal smooth muscle contractility.
Chu J, Pham NT, Olate N, Kislitsyna K, Day MC, LeTourneau PA, Kots A, Stewart RH, Laine GA, Cox CS Jr, Uray K
J Biol Chem.
Evaluating the effects of immediate application of negative pressure therapy after decompression from abdominal compartment syndrome in an experimental porcine model
Shah SK, Jimenez F, Walker PA, Xue H, Feeley TD, Uray KS, Norbury KC, Stewart RH, Laine GA, Cox CS Jr
European Journal of Trauma and Emergency Surgery.
Evaluating the potential role of nitric oxide as a mediator of hydrostatic edema mediated intestinal contractile dysfunction.
Shah SK, Xue H, Jimenez F, Kots AY, Choi BK, Uray KS, Walker PA, Moore-Olufemi SD, Velez N, Stewart RH, Laine GA, Cox CS Jr
J Surg Res.
A novel mechanism for neutrophil priming in trauma: potential role of peritoneal fluid.
Shah SK, Jimenez F, Walker PA, Aroom KR, Xue H, Feeley TD, Uray KS, Norbury KC, Stewart RH, Laine GA, Cox CS Jr
Hydrostatic intestinal edema induced signaling pathways: potential role of mechanical forces.
Shah SK, Fogle LN, Aroom KR, Gill BS, Moore-Olufemi SD, Jimenez F, Uray KS, Walker PA, Stewart RH, Laine GA, Cox CS Jr
A novel physiologic model for the study of abdominal compartment syndrome (ACS).
Shah SK, Jimenez F, Walker PA, Xue H, Uray KS, Aroom KR, Fischer UM, Laine GA, Stewart RH, Norbury KC, Cox CS Jr
Hypertonic saline alters hydraulic conductivity and up-regulates mucosal/submucosal aquaporin 4 in resuscitation-induced intestinal edema.
Radhakrishnan RS, Shah SK, Lance SH, Radhakrishnan HR, Xue H, Radhakrishnan GL, Ramaswamy US, Walker PA, Uray KS, Laine GA, Stewart RH, Cox CS Jr
Crit Care Med.
Intestinal edema: effect of enteral feeding on motility and gene expression.
Moore-Olufemi SD, Padalecki J, Olufemi SE, Xue H, Oliver DH, Radhakrishnan RS, Allen SJ, Moore FA, Stewart R, Laine GA, Cox CS Jr
J Surg Res.
Resuscitation-induced gut edema and intestinal dysfunction.
Moore-Olufemi SD, Xue H, Attuwaybi BO, Fischer U, Harari Y, Oliver DH, Weisbrodt N, Allen SJ, Moore FA, Stewart R, Laine GA, Cox CS Jr