Irina Ten, M.D.

Irina TenDivision

Critical Care Medicine

Academic Title

Assistant Professor

Contact Information

352-392-8831 (phone)
352-265-0443 (fax)
iten@peds.ufl.edu

Office

Human Development Building, Room 212B

Research Overview

Her scientific research interest is in the area of early predictors of shock and etiology and outcome in pediatric patients with septic, cardiogenic or hypovolemic shock. She also is involved in a clinical trial for Calfactant therapy for direct acute respiratory distress syndrome and direct acute lung injury in adults and children. This is a multicenter clinical trial where she serves as the principal investigator for the University of Florida site.

About

Irina Ten, MD is an Assistant Professor in the Division of Pediatric Critical Care since 2007. She obtained her Doctorate of Medicine from Minsk State Medical University, Belarus in 1997. She completed an internship for Pediatric Anesthesia and Critical Care at University Hospital #1, Belarus from 1997 to 1998. She then completed her Pediatric residency at Monmouth Medical Center, Long Branch, New Jersey from 2001- 2004. She then pursued a Pediatric Critical Care Fellowship at Rainbow Babies and Children’s Hospital from 2004-2007.

Key Publications

  1. Ten I, Mason K, Stofan D, Siegel R Alteration of gamma-aminobutyric acid receptor subunit expression in adult rats after endotoxin administration. (abstract). Crit Care Medicine. 2007; 35: 217 (S)
  2. Ten I, Anderson M. Is High-Frequency Ventilation More Beneficial Than Low-Tidal Volume Conventional Ventilation? Respir Care Clin. 2006; 12: 437-451
  3. Wajnrajch MP, Gertner JM, Sokoloff AS, Ten I, Harbison MD, Netchine I, Maheshwari HG, Haplotype Analysis of the Growth Hormone Releasing Hormone Receptor Locus in Three Apparently Unrelated Kindreds from the Indian Subcontinent with the Identical Mutation in the GHRH Receptor. Am J Med Genet A. 2003; 120: 77-83.
  4. Wajnrajch M, Ten I, Gertner J, Leibel R. Genomic Organization of the Human GHRELIN ene Journal of Endocrine Genetics. 2000; 1: 231-233