Feldman, Dale S., Ph.D.
- Associate Professor
Hoehn Engineering Building
1075 13th Street South
- (205) 934-8426
- (205) 996-6946
Ph.D., Bioengineering, Clemson University
M.S., Materials Engineering, University of Dayton
B.S., Biomedical Engineering, Northwestern University
BME 420/520 - Implant Tissue Interactions BME 489/505 - Senior Design I BME 490/690 - Ethics of Emerging Technology
The main research area is biomaterial enhanced regeneration. This includes basic research to enhance wound healing (studies of oxygen, electric fields, growth factors, etc.) and to enhance the scaffolding ability of the biomaterial. Research has also been aimed at developing better in vivo quantification techniques for assessing the ability of these systems to enhance healing. This research is conducted using cell culture and animal studies as well as has been applied to tissue regeneration in clinical studies for pressure ulcers and burns. Most of this research relates to restorative/repair phenomenon; designing better scaffolds to help repair and regenerate damaged tissue.
RECENT PUBLICATIONS (2008-2010)
Jennings, A. Chen, D., and Feldman, D, Upregulation of chemokine (C-C motif) ligand 20 in adult epidermal keratinocytes in direct current electric fields, Ach Derm, Res, online journal, September 2009.
Stoff A, Rivera AA, Sanjib Banerjee N, Moore ST, Michael Numnum T, Espinosa-de-Los-Monteros A, Richter DF, Siegal GP, Chow LT, Feldman, D, Vasconez LO, Michael Mathis J, Stoff-Khalili MA, Curiel DT. Promotion of incisional wound repair by human mesenchymal stem cell transplantation. Exp Dermatol. 2009 Apr;18(4):362-9.
McCauley, J. Pereboeva, L, and Feldman, D. Wound Healing Treatment Development for SCI Transactions of the National Injury & Violence Prevention Research Conference (SAVIR), 2: 38, 2009.
Jennings, A. Chen, D., and Feldman, D., Transcriptional response of dermal fibroblasts in direct current electric fields, Bioelectromagnetics, 29(5): p. 394-405., 2008.
Lee, H., Reddy, M., Geurs, N., Palcanis, K., Lemons, Rahemtulla, F., Ho, K., Chen, D. J., Davis, C., and Feldman, D., Efficacy of Platelet-Rich Plasma on Wound Healing in Rabbits. J Peridontology, 25: 691-696, 2008.
McCauley, J. Pereboeva, L, and Feldman, D. Mesenchymal Stem Cells and an Albumin Scaffold for Chronic wound healing, Transactions of the Biomedical Engineering Society, P2.148, 2008.
RESEARCH FUNDING (2008-2010)
Greater Birmingham Math Partnership, Co-Principal Investigator, NSF, 9/04-8/10
Injury Control Research Center, CDC, Principal Investigator of Part of Program Project: “Albumin Scaffold”, (R. Fine, PI), 8/04-7/09
NSF Graduate fellowship, Investigator, 8/03-12/05
NIH Implant Retrieval Program, Investigator (J. Lemons, PI), 6/05-5/09
UAB Core Center for Musculoskeletal Disorders, Investigator (J. MacDonald, PI), NIH(NIAMS), 4/01-3/08
NIH Training Grant for Musculoskeletal Disorders, (J. MacDonald, PI) Investigator, 1/02 -1/08 SERVICE (current) Professional Service Administration Activities BME Undergraduate Program director Injury Control Research Center, Acute Care and Rehabilitation Domain Director Departmental radiation safety officer Departmental chemical safety officer Student Group Advisor for Society for Biomaterials; BMES UAB University QEP ethics and civic responsibility Pre-Health Advisory Committee University Honors Advisory Board
Department Committee Chair Undergraduate Program Director ABET committee School Committees Safety Open House CQI committee Dupuis Scholarship Faculty Affairs Writing Discipline Editorial Board Membership Journal of Biomedical Materials Research Study Section for Grant Review-Israel National/International Committee Member SFB - Tissue Engineering SIG and Education and professional development SIG Wound Healing - Education Project Reviewer TeachEngineering Community Service Service Learning - Senior Design during BME 498 Greater Birmingham Math Partnership - Math Team assistant Oak Mountain High School Meadowbrook Baptist Church Church Orchestra and Bell choir member Numerous Service projects for the local community as well as foreign missions