Terry Vanden Hoek, MD, FACEP

Terry Vanden Hoek, MD, FACEP2017-12-20T17:47:11+00:00

Terry Vanden Hoek, MD, FACEP

Professor and Head, Department of Emergency Medicine

Contact
808 S. Wood St., MC 724
Chicago, IL 60612
312-996-6560
tvh@uic.edu

Publications

Education

MD, University of Chicago, Pritzker School of Medicine, 1991
SS, Calvin College, 1983

Residency

Emergency Medicine, University of Cincinnati Medical Center, 1995

Board Certifications

American Board of Emergency Medicine

Currently Funded Research

Illinois Consortium for Precision Medicine
2017 – 2022

Novel Therapies for CPR
Funded by the National Institutes of Health and GMS, 2017 – 2022

CTSA Renewal UIC
Funded by Regulatory Advisor for CTSA Projects, 2016 – 2021

CHAMPIONS High School Empowerment Academy
Funded by the Pritzker-Traubert Foundation and the Baxter International Foundation, 2016 – 2019

TAT – Peptides for Metabolic Goal Directed Therapy During CPR
Funded by Proof of Concept Innovation Award – UIC Chancellor’s Office, 2016 – 2018

Heart Rescue India
Funded by the Research Triangle Institute and the Medtronic Philanthropy, 2015 – 2020

The Illinois Heart Rescue Project
Funded by the Medtronic Foundation, 2012 – 2017

Previously Funded Research

Empowering Patient-Integrated Coordination of Care (EPiC Care) for Familiar Faces
Funded by Innovative Health Care Strategy Award (IHSA) – University of Illinois, 2013 – 2016

Development of TAT Fusion Proteins for Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation
Funded by the Chicago Biomedical Consortium and Searle Foundation, 2012 – 2013

Herb-Induced Oxidant Preconditioning in Cardiomyocytes
Funded by National Institutes of Health – National Center for Complimentary and Alternative Medicine, 2009 – 2012

Mechanisms of Hypothermic Protection from Ischemia/Reperfusion Cardiac Injury
Funded by National Institutes of Health – NHLBI, 2007 – 2011

In-Hospital CPR: Improving Quality and Survival
Funded by Philips Medical, Inc., 2005 – 2009

Oxidants and Caspases: Initiation of Reperfusion Injury
Funded by National Institutes of Health – NHLBI, 2005 – 2009

Proteomic Development of Molecular Vital Signs: Mapping a Mitochondrial Injury Severity Score to Triage and Guide Resuscitation of Hemorrhagic Shock
Funded by Department of Defense Office of Naval Research MURI Award, 2004 – 2010

Attenuation of Doxorubicin-Induced Cardiotoxicity with Herbal Antioxidant
Funded by Grant Number: 2 P30 CA14599-28 (Project #2) – University of Chicago Cancer Center, 2003 – 2004

Optimizing Heart and Brain Cooling During Cardiac Arrest
Funded by National Institutes of Health – NHLBI, Bioengineering Research Partnership, 2002 – 2007

Preconditioning Against a Source of Reperfusion Oxidants
Funded by National Institutes of Health – NHLBI, 2002 – 2007

Apoptosis and Oxidants After Murine Cardiac Arrest
Funded by National Institutes of Health – NHLBI, 2002 – 2006

Cooling During CPR to Improve Cardiac Arrest Survival: a Translational Study of Saline Slurry for Rapid Pulmonary Heat Transfer
Funded by the Emergency Medicine Foundation, 2002 – 2004

Herbs Protect Against Doxorubicin-Induced Cardiotoxicity
Funded by National Institutes of Health – National Center for Complimentary and Alternative Medicine, 2002 – 2004

Optimizing Heart and Brain Cooling During Cardiac Arrest
Funded by Laerdal Medical Ltd. Corporate Grant, 2001 – 2002

Cardiac Oxidants and Apoptosis: Lessons of Preconditioning
Funded by National Institutes of Health – NHLBI, 2000 – 2004

Oxidants in Myocardial Preconditioning
Funded by National Institutes of Health – NHLBI, 1997 – 2002

The Role of Cardiac TTMTroponin T Rapid Assay in the Evaluation of Patients With Acute Ischemic Coronary Syndromes Presenting to the Emergency Department: A Multicenter Study
Funded by Boehringer Mannheim Corporation, 1995 – 1997

Protease Inhibition in a Cardiac Culture Model of Ischemia/Reperfusion: Correlation of Cytoskeletal Preservation with Cellular Resuscitation
Funded by Emergency Medicine Foundation Resident Research Grant, 1994 – 1995

Academic Interests

Health Disparities
Emergency Cardiovascular Care
Preventive Emergency Medicine