Stephen C. Davis Lab
Principal Investigator: Professor Stephen C. Davis
The major focus of my laboratory has been the creation and implementation of animal models that assist in the study of wound healing and infection. Many of these pre-clinical evaluations are used to help with FDA submissions.
University of Miami School of Medicine
Department of Dermatology & Cutaneous Surgery
Research Professor (2009-current)
Research Associate Professor (2004-2009)
Research Assistant Professor (1997-2004)
Sr. Research Associate (1990-1995)
Research Associate (1986 90)
University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine
Department of Dermatology
Primary Research Specialist 1984 86
Washington & Jefferson College
University of Pittsburgh
University of Miami
Honors & Awards
1993 Best Overall Scientific Poster Award, 6th Annual Symp. on Adv.Wound Care, San Diego, CA.
1995 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place. Best Overall Scientific Poster Award, 8th Annual Symposium on Advance Wound Care, San Diego, CA.
1998 Best Scientific Poster Award, Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery Meeting, San Francisco, CA.
2010 Invited key note speaker at 3rd International Conference on Plasma Medicine (Greifswald, Germany).
2011 2nd Place Best Laboratory Research Award. The topical effect of plant derived oil, monoterpene, Periklean-OH liquid gel, on Methicillin Resistant Staphyococcus aureus and Acintobacter baumannii in an in vivo porcine wound model.
2013 Outstanding Basic Scientist Award, University of Miami, Miller School of Medicine, Department of Dermatology & Cutaneous Surgery.
2013 1st place lab research award SAWC meeting. Determining the Effects of Chitosan, Silver Sulfadiazine with Fibrin Gels on Pseudomonas aeruginosa Biofilms using a Porcine Full Thickness Wound Model.