Anesthesiologist: Susanna Byram, MD, PhD | Loyola Medicine

Susanna Byram, MD, PhD

Anesthesiology and Perioperative Medicine

Assistant Professor

Languages Spoken

English

Clinical Expertise

Biography

Interests
Cooking;Dogs;Skiing

Medical Education

Medical School
University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine
Residency
Loyola University Medical Center - Anesthesiology
Fellowship
  • Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine/Northwestern Memorial Hospital - Anesthesiology: Critical Care

Board Certification

American Board of Anesthesiology
American Board of Anesthesiology Subspecialty Critical Care Medicine

Research

  • CD4+CD25+ regulatory T cells and CD1-restricted NKT cells do not mediate facial motoneuron survival after axotomy. DeBoy, C. A.; Byram, S. C.; Serpe, C. J.; Wisuri, D.; Sanders, V. M.; Jones, K. J., Journal of neuroimmunology
  • Immune-mediated neuroprotection of axotomized mouse facial motoneurons is dependent on the IL-4/STAT6 signaling pathway in CD4(+) T cells. Deboy, C. A.; Xin, J.; Byram, S. C.; Serpe, C. J.; Sanders, V. M.; Jones, K. J., Experimental neurology
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  • Brain-derived neurotrophic factor supports facial motoneuron survival after facial nerve transection in immunodeficient mice. Serpe, C. J.; Byram, S. C.; Sanders, V. M.; Jones, K. J., Brain, Behavior, & Immunity
  • Role of the immune system in the maintenance of mouse facial motoneuron viability after nerve injury Jones, K. J.; Serpe, C. J.; Byram, S. C.; Deboy, C. A.; Sanders, V. M., Brain, Behavior, & Immunity
  • CD4-positive T cell-mediated neuroprotection requires dual compartment antigen presentation. Byram, S. C.; Carson, M. J.; DeBoy, C. A.; Serpe, C. J.; Sanders, V. M.; Jones, K. J., Journal of Neuroscience
  • Natural killer cells do not mediate facial motoneuron survival after facial nerve transection Byram, S. C.; Serpe, C. J.; Pruett, S. B.; Sanders, V. M.; Jones, K. J., Brain, Behavior, & Immunity