Faculty Mentor: William Federspiel
Update: Dr. Jeremy Kimmel is currently a Postdoctoral Fellow at the McGowan Institute for Regenerative Medicine.
Research:Mr. Kimmel's research focuses on the design and development of an extracorporeal hemoadsorption device for the treatment of sepsis. Specifically, a device utilizing porous polymer beads coated with a proprietary biocompatible coating will be developed to remove cytokines from the blood. A mathematical model of hemoadsorption will be developed first. This model will then guide the design and fabrication of an effective device that can be used for extracorporeal treatment of patients with sepsis.
- Kimmel JD, Gibson GA, Watkins SC, Kellum JA, Federspiel WJ. "IL-6 Adsorption dynamics in hemoadsorption beads studied using confocal laser scanning microscopy". Journal of Biomedical Materials Research: Part B92(2)(390-6): , 2010
- Kimmel JD, Federspiel WJ. "Cytokine hemoadsorption dynamics using confocal laser scanning microscopy". ASAIO Journal54(2)(7A): , 2008
- DiLeo MV, Kimmel JD, Kellum JA, Federspiel WJ. "Modeling cytokine capture in a hemoadsorption device for the treatment of sepsis". The International Journal of Artificial Organs32(7)(419): , 2009
- Kimmel JD, Lacko CS, Delude RL, Federspiel WJ. "Characterizing accelerated capture of deoligomerized TNF within hemoadsorption beads used to treat sepsis". Journal of Biomedical Materials Research: Part B98(B)(1): 47-53, 2011
- ICMMB Conference, Pittsburgh, PA, United States of America, 07/200
- BMES Conference, St. Louis, MO, United States of America, 10/2008
- MIRM Scientific Retreat, Pittsburgh, PA, United States of America, 03/2009
- ASME Summer Bioengineering Conference, Lake Tahoe, CA, United States of America, 06/2009
- European Society for Artificial Organs Conference, Compiegne, N/A, France, 09/2009
- BMES Conference, Pittsburgh, PA, USA, 10/2010
- BMES Conference, Austin, TX, USA, 10/2010
- ASME Summer Bioengineering Conference, Naples, FL, US, 06/2010