Experimental Traumatology - Research focus

Our research focus is experimental traumatology, which includes aspects of trauma pathology, prehospital and intrahospital treatment and military medicine.

Research focus of the Experimental traumatology unit; blood transfusion, lung and airway research.

We perform research in acute and chronic traumatic brain injury, trauma-related peripheral nerve regeneration, mechanical traumatic bleeding control and Pre-Hospital Advanced Airway Management (PHAAM).

We investigate Personal Armor Systems, Injury assessment for blast-related events and Biotechnology, Human Enhancement/Human Augmentation.

We cover acute and chronic aspects of military trauma, including blast injuries, ballistic injuries, and traffic accidents, and investigate aspects of psychological consequences of trauma.

Our current long-term research goals include (but are not limited to): 
Fundamental knowledge to evaluate and develop clinical guidelines for surgical and anaesthesiologic skills forward, including:

  • Haemorrhage control
  • Care of the injured brain
  • Airway control and oxygenation