1. DiMeglio M, Schreiber J, Laudanski K. Risk and Ambiguity Tolerance Affects Preference for Implementation of Sepsis Bundle Implementation. 49th Annual Critical Care Congress 2020. Orlando, FL.
  2. Xiaonan L, Jiuzhi Z, Laudanski K, DiMeglio M, Liyan B, Suwei L, Xianyao W. Randomized Trial of Two Doses of Ascorbic Acid on the Resolution of Organ Failure in Sepsis. 49th Annual Critical Care Congress 2020. Orlando, FL.
  3. Rai K, Mukhanova M, Liu D, DiMeglio M, Hajj J, Laudanski K. Abstract 16206: Long Term Alterations in Reactivity of Circulating Monocytes After Elective Heart Surgery. 2019 AHA Scientific Sessions. Philadelphia, PA.
  4. Liu D, Mukhanova M, Hajj J, DiMeglio M, Laudanski K, Rai K. Abstract 15637: Prolonged T Cell Dysfunction After Elective Cardiac Surgery. 2019 AHA Scientific Sessions. Philadelphia, PA.
  5. Potdar R, Thomas A, DiMeglio M, Mohiuddin K, Djibo DA, Laudanski K, Dourado CM, Leighton JC, Ford JG. Acceptability of mobile health technology among cancer patients. 2019 ASCO Meeting. Chicago, IL.
  6. Hajj J, DiMeglio M, Laudanski K. 411: Exploring the effect of risk-taking, stress of uncertainty on different clinical decision-making. 48th Annual Critical Care Congress 2019. San Diego, CA.
  7. Laudanski K, Diaz-Arriasta R, DiMeglio M. 141: Prolonged elevation of Tau protein three months in recovery from cardiac surgery. 48th Annual Critical Care Congress 2019. San Diego, CA.
  8. Mathew A, Paschell P, Chung W, DiMeglio M, Laudanski K. 534: T-cell activity is severely affected well into recovery after severe surgical insult. 48th Annual Critical Care Congress 2019. San Diego, CA.
  9. Paschell P, Mathew A, Chung W, DiMeglio M, Laudanski K. 533: Stimulation of whole blood shows increasing cytokine production upon discharge after cardiac surgery. 48th Annual Critical Care Congress 2019. San Diego, CA.
  10. DiMeglio M, Huffenberger A, Laudanski K, “Behavioral Patterns of Electrolyte Repletions: Lessons from large electronic dataset” IARS Annual Meeting 2018. Chicago IL.
  11. Meng L, Laudanski K, Huffenberger A, Tierwisch C “Putting out fires: Understanding the impact of ICU monitoring” Health Care and Operations Management Society Annual Conference 2017. Houston TX.
  12. Laudanski K, Zawadka M “Autotransplant bone marrow in humanized mice after sepsis” IARS 2016 (S109). San Francisco, CA.
  13. Laudanski K, Gutsche J, Worthen GS. “Is M-CSF responsible for MO dysfunction long-term after sepsis in humanized model sepsis?” ESCIM 2016. Honk-Kong China.
  14. Laudanski K, Zawadka M “Increased influence of M-CSF results in diminished ability of circulating monocytes to regulate immune system”. IARS 2015. Honolulu, HI.
  15. Laudanski K, Gutsche J, Connely T, Szeto W, Atluri P, Worthen G.S “ Monocyte characteristic in certain individual after cardiopulmonary bypass.” 37th Society of Cardiovascular Anesthesiology 2015.
  16. Laudanski K “Exogenous GM-GM-CSF and IL-4 failed to reverse macrophage characteristic of the peripheral blood monocytes after cardiopulmonary bypass” 36th Society of Cardiovascular Anesthesiology 2014. New Orlean, LA.
  17. Laudanski K, Worthen G.S “Ketamine affect differentiation fate of MO via non-apoptotic mechanism”. Society of Critical Care Medicine 2014, San Francisco, CA.
  18. Laudanski K, Gutsche J, Connely T, Szeto W, Atluri P, Worthen G.S “Cardiopulmonary bypass triggers diminished ability of antigen-presenting cells to process antigen in some patients”. International Anesthesia Research Society 2014, Montreal, Canada.
  19. Laudanski K, Worthen G. A defect of differentiation of peripheral blood monocytes into dendritic cells after cardiopulmonary bypass is delayed by 7 days after the initial insult. American Association of Immunology 2014
  20. Laudanski K, Gutsche J, Connely T, Szeto W, Atluri P, Worthen G.S. “Flow cytometric evidence of diminished ability of monocyte to differentiate into mature dendritic cells shortly after cardiopulmonary bypass.” Sociaty of Cardiovascular Anesthesiologists 2014, New Orleans, LA
  21. Laudanski K., Worthen G.S. “Ketamine Diminishes the Ability of IL-4 and GM-CSF to Stimulate Monocytes to Become Effective Antigen Processing Cells” American Society of Anesthesiologists 2013 ,San Francisco, CA.
  22. Reed, AE, Siry RA, Dohlman L, Laudanski K.A longitudinal survey of the effects of participation in a medical elective in developing countries by anesthesia residents” PAARC. Philadelphia PA 2012
  23. Price K, Herman M, Laudanski K. “Pilot study of pre-surgery memory impairment and frequency of post-operative decline”. Abstract #A720; Annual Meeting of American Society of Anesthesiology, New Orleans, LA 2009.
  24. Laudanski K, Robicsek S. “Management of dissecting B aorta in C-Section of Marfan’s patient”. American Society Meeting. New Orleans LO 2009
  25. Laudanski K, Calvocoressi L. “The effect of ferritin on ECG characteristics in acute ill patients” UoF Research Day. Gainesville FL 2009
  26. Laudanski K, Layon J. “Spontaneous chylothorax complicating intracranial hemorrhage” Gulf Anesthesiology Annual Regional Conference. St Louis, LO 2008.
  27. Laudanski K, Patel S. “On-going Paradoxical Particulate Embolism during Megaprosthesis Placement” Gulf Anesthesiology Annual Regional Conference. St Louis, LO 2007.
  28. Laudanski K, Himmel A, Ali H, Calvocoressi L, PearsonN, Godula K, Stettmaier M. “Relationship between high serum ferritin levels and Qt/QTc. 13th World Congress on Heart Disease, Vancouver 2007.
  29. Miller-Graziano CL, Laudanski K, Xiao W, Mindrinos M, Moldawer L, De A, Bankey P, Baker HV, Brownstein BH, Cobb JP, Tompkins R, Davis R.  Inflammation & Host Response to Injury Large Scale Collaborative Program: 2005. “Microarray Identification of Novel Receptor-Signaling Pathways in Segregated Leukocyte Populations from Severely Traumatized Patients”. 3rd Symposium on the Functional Genomics of Critical Illness and Injury, Bethesda, MD.
  30. Laudanski K, De A, Calvano S, Lowry S, Miller-Graziano CL. “In vivo LPS-induced differential activation of lymphocyte subpopulation” 36th Society for Leukocyte Biology Meeting. Philadelphia 2003. USA.
  31. Brouxhon S, Laudanski K, Schneider S, Miller-Graziano CL. “Early Altered monocyte receptors may presage susceptibility of trauma patients to subsequent multiple organ dysfunction syndrome and sepsis” American College of Emergency Physicians – Scientific Assembly. Boston MA 2003. USA.
  32. Laudanski K, Nowak Z, Wankowicz Z. “The relationship between coping with the illness-related stress and the mood in patients with end stage renal disease” IV Baltic Meeting on Nephrology. Gdansk 2001. Poland.
  33. De A, Kodys K, Laudanski K, Bankey P, Miller-Graziano CL. “Posttrauma differential activation of P38 MAPKinase isoforms may trigger monocyte dysfunctions”. 20th Annual Meeting of the Surgical Infection Society. Providence NH, 2000.USA.
  34. Laudanski K, Cudnoch-Jędrzejewska A. “The influence of the ovariectomy in the role of the central nitrergic system in cardiovascular system regulation” XXII Conference of the Polish Physiological Society, Poznan 1999, Poland.
  35. Laudanski K. “The influence of the stimulation and blockade of the centrally imidazoline receptors type one on the cardiovascular functions under resting conditions and during hypovolemic shock in the WKY rats”[polish] IInd Student Domestic Conference of the Medical Academy of Warsaw, Warsaw 1998.