Matthew Brandon Maas

  • 1184 Citations
20072020
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Research Interests

Dr. Maas is a research neuroscientist, a medical educator, and a clinically active neurologist and critical care specialist. In his clinical practice, he manages high-risk injuries and diseases of the brain, spinal cord and peripheral nervous system in the Neuro/Spine Intensive Care Unit at Northwestern Memorial Hospital. His research focuses on the detection and management of evolving neurologic symptoms in critically ill patients, with an emphasis on understanding the role of the circadian system and impaired brain arousal. He directed the fellowship in neurocritical care at Northwestern for several years, now serving as the associate program director, as well as faculty in the neurology and anesthesiology residency programs, the surgical critical care and vascular neurology fellowship programs, and a lecturer to medical and law students on neuroscience and bioethics.

Certifications and Licenses

Neurology

Training Experience

2005Internship, New York Presbyterian Hospital
2008Residency, New York Presbyterian Hospital
2009Postdoctoral Fellowship, Massachusetts General Hospital and Brigham and Women’s Hospital
2011Fellowship, Massachusetts General Hospital and Brigham and Women’s Hospital

Education/Academic qualification

MS, Northwestern University

… → 2018

MD, University of Washington

… → 2004

Research interests

  • Brain Injury
  • Brain Trauma
  • Circadian Rhythms
  • Critical Care
  • Critical Care Outcomes
  • Medical Education
  • Status Epilepticus
  • Stroke

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Grants 2014 2020

Brain Diseases
Critical Illness
Circadian Rhythm
Brain
Research
Delirium
Cerebral Hemorrhage
Circadian Rhythm
Nervous System
Intensive Care Units

Research Output 2007 2019

1 Citation (Scopus)

Admission Heart Rate Variability is Associated with Fever Development in Patients with Intracerebral Hemorrhage

Swor, D. E., Thomas, L. F., Maas, M. B., Grimaldi, D., Manno, E. M., Sorond, F. A., Batra, A., Kim, M., Prabhakaran, S., Naidech, A. M. & Liotta, E. M., Apr 15 2019, In : Neurocritical Care. 30, 2, p. 244-250 7 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Cerebral Hemorrhage
Fever
Heart Rate
Electrocardiography
Logistic Models

Clinical characteristics and outcomes of methamphetamine-associated intracerebral hemorrhage

Swor, D. E., Maas, M. B., Walia, S. S., Bissig, D. P., Liotta, E. M., Naidech, A. M. & Ng, K. L., Jul 2 2019, In : Neurology. 93, 1

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Methamphetamine
Cerebral Hemorrhage
Length of Stay
Toxicology
Intensive Care Units

Die Ableitung olfaktorisch evozierter Potenziale in Patienten mit limbischer Enzephalitis

Translated title of the contribution: Olfactory Evoked Potentials in Patients with Limbic EncephalitisSchmidt, F. A., Harms, L., Prüss, H., Geran, R., Olze, H., Maas, M. B. & Uecker, F. C., Mar 14 2019, In : Klinische Neurophysiologie. 50, 1, p. 11-16 6 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Limbic Encephalitis
Evoked Potentials
Limbic System
Olfactometry
Nervous System Diseases
20 Citations (Scopus)
Minimally Invasive Surgical Procedures
Cerebral Hemorrhage
Safety
Hemorrhage
Bacterial Infections

Recanalization for large vessel stroke: Necessary but not sufficient for reperfusion

Maas, M. B. & Kapinos, G., Jun 11 2019, In : Neurology. 92, 24, p. 1127-1128 2 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalEditorial

Reperfusion
Stroke