Hyperbaric Center teams wins NASA award
posted May 15th, 2012
A research team at the Duke Center for Hyperbaric Medicine and Environmental Physiology has won a Johnson Space Center Group Achievement Award from NASA for development of an in-suit light exercise pre-breathe regime to prevent decompression sickness developing in astronauts.
Team members include senior research associate Neal Pollock, Ph.D; professor emeritus Richard Vann, Ph.D; staff member Mike Natoli; and Richard Moon, M.D., professor of anesthesiology. Pollock and Vann developed the suit.
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