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George Shaw III, MD, PhD

Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine, Tenured

Clinical Interest

Emergency Medicine

Specialties

Emergency Medicine

Education/Credentials
  • Medical Degree: Georgetown University School of Medicine
  • Residency: University of Cincinnati/University Hospital
Board Certifications & Licenses
    American Board of Emergency Medicine (Certification Date: 06/06/2002) - (Recertification Date: 12/09/2011)
Contact Information
  • University of Cincinnati College of Medicine
  • Department of Emergency Medicine
  • 231 Albert Sabin Way, MSB 1654-X
  • Cincinnati, Ohio 45267-0769
  • Office 513-558-5281
  • Fax 513-558-5791
  • Email George.Shaw@uc.edu
  • UC Institute Member Seal

Peer Reviewed Publications

Shaw, George J; Lindsell, Christopher J 2017. Response to "Reassessing Claims of Non-inferiority of Daptomycin". The Journal of emergency medicine, 52 4, 584-585

Kandadai, Madhuvanthi A; Mukherjee, Prithviraj; Shekhar, Himanshu; Shaw, George J; Papautsky, Ian; Holland, Christy K 2016. Microfluidic manufacture of rt-PA -loaded echogenic liposomes. Biomedical microdevices, 18 3, 48

Subbian, Vignesh; Ratcliff, Jonathan J; Korfhagen, Joseph J; Hart, Kimberly W; Meunier, Jason M; Shaw, George J; Lindsell, Christopher J; Beyette, Fred R 2016. A Novel Tool for Evaluation of Mild Traumatic Brain Injury Patients in the Emergency Department: Does Robotic Assessment of Neuromotor Performance Following Injury Predict the Presence of Postconcussion Symptoms at Follow-up? Academic emergency medicine : official journal of the Society for Academic Emergency Medicine, 23 4, 382-92

Kandadai, Madhuvanthi A; Meunier, Jason M; Hart, Kimberley; Holland, Christy K; Shaw, George J 2015. Plasmin-loaded echogenic liposomes for ultrasound-mediated thrombolysis. Translational stroke research, 6 1, 78-87

Shaw, George J; Meunier, Jason M; Korfhagen, Joseph; Wayne, Beth; Hart, Kimberly; Lindsell, Christopher J; Fermann, Gregory 2015. Randomized Controlled Noninferiority Trial Comparing Daptomycin to Vancomycin for the Treatment of Complicated Skin and Skin Structure Infections in an Observation Unit. The Journal of emergency medicine, 49 6, 928-36

Subbian, Vignesh; Ratcliff, Jonathan J; Meunier, Jason M; Korfhagen, Joseph J; Beyette, Fred R; Shaw, George J 2015. Integration of New Technology for Research in the Emergency Department: Feasibility of Deploying a Robotic Assessment Tool for Mild Traumatic Brain Injury Evaluation. IEEE journal of translational engineering in health and medicine, 3 , 3200109

Kandadai, Madhuvanthi A; Korfhagen, Joseph J; Beiler, Shauna; Beiler, Chris; Wagner, Kenneth; Adeoye, Opeolu M; Shaw, George J 2014. In vivo testing of a non-invasive prototype device for the continuous monitoring of intracerebral hemorrhage. Journal of neuroscience methods, 235 , 117-22

Subbian, Vignesh; Meunier, Jason M; Korfhagen, Joseph J; Ratcliff, Jonathan J; Shaw, George J; Beyette, Fred R 2014. Quantitative assessment of post-concussion syndrome following mild traumatic brain injury using robotic technology. Conference proceedings : ... Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society. IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society. Annual Conference, 2014 , 5353-6

Korfhagen, Joseph J; Kandadai, Madhuvanthi A; Clark, Joseph F; Adeoye, Opeolu; Shaw, George J 2013. A prototype device for non-invasive continuous monitoring of intracerebral hemorrhage. Journal of neuroscience methods, 213 1, 132-7

Meunier, Jason M; Wenker, Evan; Lindsell, Christopher J; Shaw, George J 2013. Individual lytic efficacy of recombinant tissue plasminogen activator in an in vitro human clot model: rate of "nonresponse". Academic emergency medicine : official journal of the Society for Academic Emergency Medicine, 20 5, 449-55

Kandadai, Madhuvanthi A; Meunier, Jason; Lindsell, Christopher J; Shaw, George J; Elkind, Mitchell S V 2012. Short-term high-dose effect of lovastatin on thrombolysis by rt-PA in a human whole-blood in vitro clot model. Current neurovascular research, 9 3, 207-13

Kandadai, Madhuvanthi A; Raymond, Jason L; Shaw, George J 2012. Comparison of electrical conductivities of various brain phantom gels: Developing a 'Brain Gel Model' Materials science & engineering. C, Materials for biological applications, 32 8, 2664-2667

Meunier, Jason M; Chang, Wan-Tsu W; Bluett, Brent; Wenker, Evan; Lindsell, Christopher J; Shaw, George J 2012. Temperature Affects Thrombolytic Efficacy Using rt-PA and Eptifibatide, an In Vitro Study. Therapeutic hypothermia and temperature management, 2 3, 112-118

Meunier, Jason M; Holland, Christy K; Porter, Tyrone M; Lindsell, Christopher J; Shaw, George J 2011. Combination treatment with rt-PA is more effective than rt-PA alone in an in vitro human clot model. Current neurovascular research, 8 4, 305-12

Shaw, George J; Meunier, Jason M; Lindsell, Christopher J; Pancioli, Arthur M; Holland, Christy K 2010. Making the right choice: optimizing rt-PA and eptifibatide lysis, an in vitro study. Thrombosis research, 126 4, e305-11

Meunier, Jason M; Holland, Christy K; Pancioli, Arthur M; Lindsell, Christopher J; Shaw, George J 2009. Effect of low frequency ultrasound on combined rt-PA and eptifibatide thrombolysis in human clots. Thrombosis research, 123 3, 528-36

Shaw, George J; Meunier, Jason M; Huang, Shao-Ling; Lindsell, Christopher J; McPherson, David D; Holland, Christy K 2009. Ultrasound-enhanced thrombolysis with tPA-loaded echogenic liposomes. Thrombosis research, 124 3, 306-10

Shaw, George J; Sperling, Matthew; Meunier, Jason M 2009. Long-term stability of recombinant tissue plasminogen activator at -80 C. BMC research notes, 2 , 117

Ammi, Azzdine Y; Mast, T Douglas; Huang, I-Hua; Abruzzo, Todd A; Coussios, Constantin-C; Shaw, George J; Holland, Christy K 2008. Characterization of ultrasound propagation through ex-vivo human temporal bone. Ultrasound in medicine & biology, 34 10, 1578-89

Holland, Christy K; Vaidya, Sampada S; Datta, Saurabh; Coussios, Constantin-C; Shaw, George J 2008. Ultrasound-enhanced tissue plasminogen activator thrombolysis in an in vitro porcine clot model. Thrombosis research, 121 5, 663-73

Ma, Marek; Lindsell, Christopher J; Rosenberry, Clark M; Shaw, George J; Zemlan, Frank P 2008. Serum cleaved tau does not predict postconcussion syndrome after mild traumatic brain injury. The American journal of emergency medicine, 26 7, 763-8

Shaw, George J; Meunier, Jason M; Lindsell, Christopher J; Holland, Christy K 2008. Tissue plasminogen activator concentration dependence of 120 kHz ultrasound-enhanced thrombolysis. Ultrasound in medicine & biology, 34 11, 1783-92

Meunier, Jason M; Holland, Christy K; Lindsell, Christopher J; Shaw, George J 2007. Duty cycle dependence of ultrasound enhanced thrombolysis in a human clot model. Ultrasound in medicine & biology, 33 4, 576-83

Shaw, George J; Dhamija, Ashima; Bavani, Nazli; Wagner, Kenneth R; Holland, Christy K 2007. Arrhenius temperature dependence of in vitro tissue plasminogen activator thrombolysis. Physics in medicine and biology, 52 11, 2953-67

Shaw, George J; Bavani, Nazli; Dhamija, Ashima; Lindsell, Christopher J 2006. Effect of mild hypothermia on the thrombolytic efficacy of 120 kHz ultrasound enhanced thrombolysis in an in-vitro human clot model. Thrombosis research, 117 5, 603-8

Cheng, Jason Y; Shaw, George J; Holland, Christy K 2005. In vitro microscopic imaging of enhanced thrombolysis with 120-kHz ultrasound in a human clot model. Acoustics research letters online : ARLO, 6 1, 25-29

Shaw, George J; Jauch, Edward C; Zemlan, Frank P 2002. Serum cleaved tau protein levels and clinical outcome in adult patients with closed head injury. Annals of emergency medicine, 39 3, 254-7

Fisher, R M; Greenwood, D R; Shaw, G J 1993. Host recognition and the study of a chemical basis for attraction by cuckoo bumble bees (Hymenoptera: Apidae). Journal of chemical ecology, 19 4, 771-86

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