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ERIK ANTONSEN

TitleAssistant Professor
InstitutionBaylor College of Medicine
DepartmentDepartment of Emergency Medicine
DivisionEmergency Medicine
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    TitleAssistant Professor
    InstitutionBaylor College of Medicine
    DepartmentCenter for Space Medicine
    DivisionCenter for Space Medicine


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    I am currently faculty in both Emergency Medicine and Space Medicine at Baylor College of Medicine. My background includes MS and PhD degrees in Aerospace Engineering with research focusing on spacecraft propulsion, extreme ultraviolet lithography and plasma physics. My research interests bridge the divide between engineering and medicine and include Aerospace Medicine, Emergency Medical Response Systems, Ultrasound and Plasma Medicine.

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    1. Nowak ES, Reyes DP, Bryant BJ, Cap AP, Kerstman EL, Antonsen EL. Blood transfusion for deep space exploration. Transfusion. 2019 Sep 06. PMID: 31490558.
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    2. Blue RS, Bayuse TM, Daniels VR, Wotring VE, Suresh R, Mulcahy RA, Antonsen EL. Supplying a pharmacy for NASA exploration spaceflight: challenges and current understanding. NPJ Microgravity. 2019; 5:14. PMID: 31231676.
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    3. Blue RS, Chancellor JC, Antonsen EL, Bayuse TM, Daniels VR, Wotring VE. Limitations in predicting radiation-induced pharmaceutical instability during long-duration spaceflight. NPJ Microgravity. 2019; 5:15. PMID: 31231677.
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    4. Reed RD, Antonsen EL. Should NASA Collect Astronauts' Genetic Information for Occupational Surveillance and Research? AMA J Ethics. 2018 09 01; 20(9):E849-856. PMID: 30242816.
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    5. Ahmed AS, Ramakrishnan R, Ramachandran V, Ramachandran SS, Phan K, Antonsen EL. Ultrasound diagnosis and therapeutic intervention in the spine. J Spine Surg. 2018 Jun; 4(2):423-432. PMID: 30069538.
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    6. Ramachandran V, Wang R, Ramachandran SS, Ahmed AS, Phan K, Antonsen EL. Effects of spaceflight on cartilage: implications on spinal physiology. J Spine Surg. 2018 Jun; 4(2):433-445. PMID: 30069539.
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    7. Johansen BD, Blue RS, Castleberry TL, Antonsen EL, Vanderploeg JM. Point-of-Care Ultrasound for Pulmonary Concerns in Remote Spaceflight Triage Environments. Aerosp Med Hum Perform. 2018 Feb 01; 89(2):122-129. PMID: 29463357.
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    8. Antonsen EL, Mulcahy RA, Rubin D, Blue RS, Canga MA, Shah R. Prototype Development of a Tradespace Analysis Tool for Spaceflight Medical Resources. Aerosp Med Hum Perform. 2018 Feb 01; 89(2):108-114. PMID: 29463355.
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    9. Galdamez LA, Clark JB, Antonsen EL. Point-of-Care Ultrasound Utility and Potential for High Altitude Crew Recovery Missions. Aerosp Med Hum Perform. 2017 Feb 01; 88(2):128-136. PMID: 28095957.
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    10. Antonsen E, Garbino A, Davis Reed R, Kehnhardt K. Above the Atmosphere: Unique medical challenges for commercial space flight tourism. JEMS. 2016 12; 41(12):35-9. PMID: 29206364.
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    11. Menon AS, Jourdan D, Nusbaum DM, Garbino A, Buckland DM, Norton S, Clark JB, Antonsen EL. Crew Recovery and Contingency Planning for a Manned Stratospheric Balloon Flight - the StratEx Program. Prehosp Disaster Med. 2016 Oct; 31(5):524-31. PMID: 27573155.
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    12. Garbino A, Nusbaum DM, Buckland DM, Menon AS, Clark JB, Antonsen EL. Emergency Medical Considerations in a Space-Suited Patient. Aerosp Med Hum Perform. 2016; 87(11):958-962. PMID: 27779956.
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    13. Blue RS, Norton SC, Law J, Pattarini JM, Antonsen EL, Garbino A, Clark JB, Turney MW. Emergency medical support for a manned stratospheric balloon test program. Prehosp Disaster Med. 2014 Oct; 29(5):532-7. PMID: 25191748.
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    14. Nusbaum DM, Antonsen E, Bockhorst KH, Easley RB, Clark JB, Brady KM, Kibler KK, Sutton JP, Kramer L, Sargsyan AE. Optic nerve sheath diameter measurement techniques: examination using a novel ex-vivo porcine model. Aviat Space Environ Med. 2014 Jan; 85(1):50-4. PMID: 24479259.
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    15. Dubourg J, Messerer M, Karakitsos D, Rajajee V, Antonsen E, Javouhey E, Cammarata A, Cotton M, Daniel RT, Denaro C, Douzinas E, Dubost C, Berhouma M, Kassai B, Rabilloud M, Gullo A, Hamlat A, Kouraklis G, Mannanici G, Marill K, Merceron S, Poularas J, Ristagno G, Noble V, Shah S, Kimberly H, Cammarata G, Moretti R, Geeraerts T. Individual patient data systematic review and meta-analysis of optic nerve sheath diameter ultrasonography for detecting raised intracranial pressure: protocol of the ONSD research group. Syst Rev. 2013 Aug 06; 2:62. PMID: 23919384.
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    16. Stringer E, Antonsen E. Hormonal contraception and HIV disease progression. Clin Infect Dis. 2008 Oct 01; 47(7):945-51. PMID: 18715161.
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    17. Ruzic, D.N; Ruzic, D.N; Thompson, K.C; Thompson, K.C; Jurczyk, B.E; Jurczyk, B.E; Antonsen, E.L; Antonsen, E.L; Srivastava, S.N; Srivastava, S.N; Spencer, J.B; Spencer, J.B. Reduction of Ion Energies From a Multicomponent Z-Pinch Plasma. IEEE Transactions on Plasma Science. 2007; 35(3):606 - 613.
    18. Antonsen, Erik L; Thompson, Keith C; Hendricks, Matthew R; Alman, Darren A; Jurczyk, Brian E; Ruzic, D. N. Ion debris characterization from a z-pinch extreme ultraviolet light source. Journal of Applied Physics. 2006; 104(6).
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