Laurel A. Matthews M.D. Specializing in Medical Rejuvenation
Dr. Laurel is a professional physician that has been practicing medicine for over 35 years and has been sponsored or endorsed by numerous medical organizations and world renowned doctors. Dr. Laurel has translated her passion and dedication for medicine into Dr. Laurel's PRP Bar to help every person who wants to rejuvenate themselves do so by offering the worlds most innovative techniques in medical rejuvenation.
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UNIVERSITY OF CINCINNATI COLLEGE OF MEDICINE Cincinnati, OH M.D. May, 1981
UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS HEALTH SCIENCES CENTER Chicago, IL M.S., Master of Science in Surgery June, 1985
CASE WESTERN RESERVE UNIVERSITY, SCHOOL OF LAW Cleveland, OH J.D., Cum Laude January, 1994 RESIDENCY AND FELLOWSHIP TRAINING
Fellowship in Surgical Critical Care 2011-2012 WRIGHT STATE UNIVERSITY Boonshoft School of Medicine Miami Valley Hospital LEVEL 1 TRAUMA CENTER Dayton, OH
Fellowship in Multiple Organ Transplantation Surgery 1986-1987 UNIVERSITY OF PITTSBURGH and BAYLOR UNIVERSITY MEDICAL CENTER Pittsburgh, PA and Dallas, TX (1-year combined program)
Residency in General, Vascular and Thoracic Surgery 1983-1986 MICHAEL REESE HOSPITAL AND MEDICAL CENTER Chicago, IL Internship and Residency in General, Vascular and Thoracic Surgery 1981-1983 RUSH PRESBYTERIAN ST. LUKE'S MEDICAL CENTER Chicago, IL
BOARD CERTIFIED IN EMERGENCY MEDICINE (8/1998-PRESENT) American Board of Physician Specialists (BCEM) Certified, August, 1998 Recertified, June, 2009
AMERICAN COLLEGE OF SURGEONS CRITICAL CARE ULTRASOUND (October, 2015)
AMERICAN COLLEGE OF SURGEONS ULTRASOUND FOR SURGEONS (September, 2009)
EMERGENCY MEDICINE ORAL BOARD EXAMINER (BI-ANNUALLY 1999-2009)
FUNDAMENTAL CRITICAL CARE SUPPORT (FCCS) (2011)
EMERGENCY ULTRASOUND (2009)
HYPERBARIC TEAM TRAINING: INTERNATIONAL ATMO (4/2009)
Full time Law Student CASE WESTERN RESERVE UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF LAW Cleveland, OH 9/1990-1/1994
Private Practice in General Surgery 1988-1/1990 GENERAL, VASCULAR, AND THORACIC SURGERY TRANSPLANTATION SURGERY Aspen and Denver, CO
Medical Staff, General Surgery 6/1988-12/1989 ASPEN VALLEY HOSPITAL Aspen, CO
Courtesy Staff, General Surgery 4/1989-1/1990 VALLEY VIEW HOSPITAL Glenwood Springs, CO
General, Vascular, and Thoracic Surgery 11/1987-5/1988 COLORADO PERMANENTE MEDICAL GROUP Denver, CO
Instructor, Department of Surgery 7/2011-7/2012 WRIGHT STATE UNIVERSITY Boonshoft School of Medicine Dayton, OH
MEMBER, AMERICAN COSMETIC CELLULAR MEDICINE ASSOCIATION SEPTEMBER, 2016-PRESENT
MEMBER, SOCIETY OF CRITICAL CARE MEDICINE JULY, 2011-PRESENT
MEMBER, THE INTENSIVE CARE SOCIETY (UK) SEPTEMBER, 2011-PRESENT
ASSOCIATE MEMBER, AMERICAN COLLEGE OF SURGEONS JUNE, 2011- PRESENT
FOUNDING MEMBER, LIFEPLANT FOUNDATION AND SURGICAL TEAM MEMBER, HUMANITARIAN TRANSPLANTATION MISSIONS TO DAVAO, PHILLIPINES 2007-2009
INVITED PARTICIPANT AND SPEAKER ON BEHALF OF THE AMERICAN BOARD OF PHYSICIAN SPECIALISTS AND THE BOARD OF CERTIFICATION IN EMERGENCY MEDICINE, FEDERATION OF STATE MEDICAL BOARDS 5/2007, San Antonio, TX 4/2008, San Francisco, CA 4/2009, Washington, D.C.
MEMBER AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF PHYSICIAN SPECIALISTS 1998-PRESENT
MEMBER AMERICAN COLLEGE OF EMERGENCY PHYSICANS 1998-PRESENT Notified of Eligibility for Fellowship Status in ACEP, 11/2007
DIRECTOR, CLEVELAND ACADEMY OF TRIAL ATTORNEYS 2005-2008
MEMBER CLEVELAND ACADEMY OF TRIAL ATTORNEYS 2003-PRESENT
MEMBER OHIO ASSOCIATION FOR JUSTICE (FORMERLY OHIO ACADEMY OF TRIAL ATTORNEYS) 2003-PRESENT
MEMBER CLEVELAND BAR ASSOCIATION 2003-2010
MEMBER ASSOCIATION OF TRIAL LAWYERS OF AMERICA 1995-2010
EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH AND WRITING AWARDS (Written under the name L.M. Olson, M.D. from 1985-1999)
Macabee Annual Award in Legal Medicine 10th World Congress on Medical Law Jerusalem, Israel August, 1994
American Jurisprudence Award in Commercial Law Summer, 1993
Young Investigator’s Award in Shock Research Shock Society Annual Award June, 1985
Chicago Surgical Society Research Award Annual Research Award May,1985
Research Published as Lead Article, ANNALS OF SURGERY, 1985 Dec; 202(6):771-6. The role of C5 in septic lung injury.
Olson LM, Moss GS, Baukus O, Das Gupta TK. One proposed mechanism for the pathogenesis of lung injury in septic animals is the stimulation by C5a of granulocytes to produce and release toxic oxygen radicals that damage cellular membranes in pulmonary capillaries. The authors have investigated the possible role of C5 in septic lung injury, utilizing C5-sufficient and C5-deficient twin mice strains. In this lethal sepsis model, mean survival time is increased in C5-deficient mice in comparison to the survival of their C5-sufficient twins. Morphometric results demonstrate a significant increase in intracapillary granulocrit and air-blood barrier thickness 24 hours after cecal ligation and puncture in C5-sufficient septic mice. Similarly, mean arterial pO2 is significantly decreased in the C5-sufficient animals. Intracapillary granulocrit, air-blood barrier thickness, and arterial pO2 are normal in the septic C5-deficient twins of these animals. These data support the hypothesis that C5 is involved in the pathogenesis of septic lung injury.
Phi Beta Kappa June, 1976
Mortar Board Honor Society May, 1976
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