301 University Blvd.
Galveston, TX 77555-1146
Teaching Areas of Interest
Pulmonary Functions Testing, Physiologic Monitoring, Intro to Adult Clinical Practice, Adult Critical Care Clinical I & II, Introduction to Research, Health Information Management, Quality Assurance, Risk Management
A collaborative effort focused on decreasing mortality and morbidity resulting from hemorrhage, trauma, burns, and cardiac arrest through developing new life-saving strategies, and use of smart monitoring technology. Furthermore, developing and testing fluids and medical devices for treating shock and trauma funded by the NIH, Department of Defense Office of Naval Research, US Army Medical Research and Material Command. Moreover, conducting research on development of decision support and closed-loop resuscitation systems with small-volume resuscitation formulations, and vasoconstriction drugs.
Muzna Khan, MS, RRT-ACCS is an Assistant Professor of Instruction in the Department of Respiratory Care in the School of Health Professions. She received a Bachelor of Science in Respiratory Care from the University of Texas Medical Branch and a Masters of Science in Clinical Practice Management from Texas Tech University.
Prior to her joining the UTMB Respiratory Care department, Ms. Khan primarily conducted cardiopulmonary disease research with the UTMB Department of Anesthesiology.