I am a Professor Emeritus at SUNY Cortland and an adjunct Research Professor at SUNY Upstate. My research focus is airway Physiology and Histology, it developed at Fordham University and it has matured over four decades of work with experimental animal models at SUNY. My contribution is lung assessment at the tissue level as a discerning tool to evaluate modes of mechanical ventilation. I am most inspired by interacting with developing scientists, and my highest goal is to articulate complex concepts at an intuitive level.
“In this age of information, discoveries are not just made in the black void of the unknown, but in the white noise of overwhelming data.” – Andrés Ruzo