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Richard H. Simon, M.D.

Professor, Department of Surgery, Division of Neurosurgery
Academic Office Location:
Surgery
UConn Health
263 Farmington Avenue
Farmington, CT 06030-3802
Phone: 860-679-3534
Fax: 860-679-4515
Education
DegreeInstitutionMajor
A.B.Stanford UniversityBiology
OtherUniversity of ColoradoBiochemistry
M.D.St. Louis UniversityMedicine
M.A.Central Connecticut State UniversityMathematics
OtherMassachusetts Institute of TechnologyComputational Molecular Biology & Bioinformatics

Post-Graduate Training
TrainingInstitutionSpecialty
InternshipDenver General HospitalStraight Surgery
ResidencyUniversity of Colorado Medical CenterSurgery
ResidencyUniversity of Colorado Medical CenterNeurosurgery
ResidencyDenver Veteran’s Administration HospitalNeurosurgery
ResidencyUniversity of Colorado Medical CenterResidency Research Fellow
ResidencyUniversity of Colorado Medical CenterNeurosurgery
MilitaryFitzsimons Army Medical CenterMajor, Medical Corps, U.S. Army Reserve
Title or AbstractTypeSponsor/EventDate/YearLocation
Is a Comprehensive Adverse Event Reporting System in Human Subject Research a Realistic Possibility?TalkHRPP Conference2007Boston, Massachusetts
Incorporating Productivity and Benchmarking Data into Physician Compensation ArrangementsTalkUniversity Health System Consortium 2002Orlando, Florida
The Affinity of Lipid-Coated Microbubbles to Maturing Spinal Cord Injury SitesTalkAmerican Association of Neurological Surgeons Meeting1999Orlando, Florida
The Effects of Lipid-Coated Microbubbles as a Delivery Vehicle for 7ß Hydroxycholesterol in Compressive Spinal Cord InjuryTalkAmerican Association of Neurological Surgeons Annual Meeting1998Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
The Affinity of Lipid-Coated Microbubbles to Maturing Spinal Cord SitesTalkCongress of Neurological Surgeons Meeting1998San Diego, California
Lipid-Coated Microbubbles as a Vehicle to Deliver 7ß Hydroxycholesterol, an Inhibitor of Post Traumatic Astrogliosis in RatsPosterAmerican Association of Neurological Surgeons Annual Meeting1997Denver, Colorado
The Affinity of Lipid-Coated Microbubbles for Maturing Brain Injury SitesTalkAmerican Association of Neurological Surgeons1996Minneapolis, Minnesota
Affinity of Lipid-Coated Microbubbles for Proliferating Astrocytes in Mature Rat Brain Injury SitesTalkInternational Association for the Study of Traumatic Brain Injury1996Melbourne, Australia
Use of Lipid-Coated Microbubbles as a Drug Delivery System for the Therapy of Brain TumorsTalkAmerican Association of Neurological Surgeons1995Orlando, Florida
Use of Lipid-Coated Microbubbles as a Drug Delivery System for the Therapy of Brain TumorsTalk. The Fourth Liposome Research Days Conference. Albert-Ludwigs University1995Frieburg, Germany
Studies of the Affinity of Lipid-Coated Microbubbles for C6 Glioma CellsTalkAmerican Association of Neurological Surgeons1994San Diego, California
The Effect of Opiate Modulators on Brain Tumor Growth In-Vitro Measured by DNA Synthesis/ProliferationTalkAmerican Association of Neurological Surgeons1994San Diego, California
The Effect of Opiate Modulators on Brain Tumor Growth In VitroPosterAmerican Association of Neurological Surgeons1993Boston, Massachusetts
Applications of Lipid-Coated Microbubbles Ultrasonic Contrast to the Therapy of Brain TumorsTalkResearch Society of Neurological Surgeons1993Dublin, Ireland
Applications of Lipid-Coated Microbubbles Ultrasonic Contrast to the Therapy of Brain TumorsTalkCongress of Neurological Surgeons Annual Meeting1993Vancouver, British Columbia
A Quantitative Assessment of Brain Tumor Ultrasonic Enhancement: Ultrastable Lipid-Coated Microbubbles as a Contrast AgentPosterAmerican Association of Neurological Surgeons1992San Francisco, California
Lipid-Coated Microbubbles as a Contrast Agent In NeurosonographyTalkResearch Society of Neurological Surgeons1992Farmington, Connecticut
EEG Complexity as an Index of Head Injury SeverityTalkResearch Society of Neurolgical Surgeons1992Farmington, Connecticut
A Quantitative Assessment of Brain Tumor Ultrasonic Enhancement: Ultrastable Lipid-Coated Microbubbles as a Contrast AgentTalkSociety of British Neurological Surgeons/New England Neurosurgical Society1991London, England
Detection of EEG Transients by Changes in Dimensional ComplexityTalkNortheast Bioengineering Conference1991Hartford, Connecticut
Lipid-Coated, Uniform Microbubbles for Earlier Ultrasonic Detection of Brain TumorsTalkAmerican Chemistry Society1990Boston, Massachusetts
Interstitial Radiation UpdateTalkConnecticut State Medical Society1990Meriden, Connecticut
Chaos, Dimension, and Evoked PotentialsTalk United States – United Kingdom Neurosurgery Research Society Meeting1989London, England
The Fractal Dimension of Evoked PotentialsTalkMeeting of the World Society for Sterotaxic and Functional Neurosurgery1989Maebashi, Gunma, Japan
Influence of Morphine on In-Vitro Growth of GliomaPosterAmerican Association of Neurological Surgeons Annual Meeting1988Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Fractal Analysis of Electrical Fields of the BrainTalkNew England Neurosurgical Society Meeting1988Boston, Massachusetts
Evaluation of Nociceptive Pathways Through Very Low Frequency Sinusoidal Heart StimulationTalkResearch Society of Neurolgical Surgeons Annual Meeting1987London, Ontario, Canada
Spectral Analysis of Sinusoidal Heat StimulationPosterCongress of Neurological Surgeons Annual Meeting1986New Orleans, Louisiana
Endorphins and MetastasesTalkNeurosurgical Grand Rounds. Massachusetts General Hospital1986Boston, Massachusetts
Opiates and MetastasesLectureYale University1986New Haven, Connecticut
Recognition of State vs. Trait in BiopotentialsTalkResearch Society of Neurological Surgeons1986Phoenix, Arizona
Adult Tethered Cord in Acquired Syndrome? TalkAmerican Association of Neurological Surgeons 1985Grenelefe Resorts, Florida
Spectral Fingerprinting in MigraineTalkInternational Association for the Study of Pain1985Camberra, Australia
The Influence of Opiates on Tumor Growth: Receptor SpecificityTalkThe Neurosurgical Society of Australia1985Sydney, Australia
The Effects of Opiates on Metastatic Tumor GrowthTalkAmerican Association of Neurological Surgeons Annual Meeting1985Atlanta, Georgia
Adult Tethered Cord in Acquired Syndrome?TalkNew England Neurosurgical Society Annual Meeting1985Dedham, Massachusetts
Opiates and MetastsesTalkLudwig Cancer Institute, Royal Melbourne Hospital1985Melbourne, Australia
Monitoring the Brain Injured PatientTalkAmerican College of Surgeons1985Atlantic City, New Jersey
Model Referenced Identification Techniques in Evoked Potential AnalysisTalkResearch Society of Neurological Surgeons Annual Meeting1985Chapel Hill, North Carolina
Natural Killer Cytotoxicity is Enhanced by Intramedullary Administration of ß-EndorphinTalkAmerican Association of Neurological Surgeons Annual Meeting1984San Francisco, California
Opiates Increase Walker 256 MetastasesTalkNew England Neurosurgical Society1984Dedham, Massachusetts
Pain Pathways and Neurosurgical ApproachesTalkVeteran’s Administration Hospital1984Newington, Connecticut
Endorphins and MetastasesTalkBeth Israel Hospital1984Boston, Massachusetts
Influence of Endogenous Opiates on Metastatic BehaviorTalkResearch Society of Neurological Surgeons 1984Chicago, Illinois
Effect of Midbrain Stimulation on Amphetamine-Induced Stereotpy in RatsPosterAmerican Association of Neurological Surgeons Annual Meeting1983Washington, DC
Descriptive Efficiency in Evoked Potential AnalysisPosterAmerican Association of Neurological Surgeons Annual Meeting1983Washington, DC
Some Investigations into Opiate-Induced Tumor MetastasesTalkNew England Neurosurgical Society Annual Meeting1983Dedham, Massachusetts
The Future of Pain ControlTalkSouthern Society of Clinical Surgeons1983Farmington, Connecticut
PainTalkConnecticut Association of Nurse Anesthesia1983Farmington, Connecticut
The Metastatic Effect of Endogenous OpiatesTalkResearch Society of Neurological Surgeons1983San Diego, California
A Model Referenced Method of Evoked Potential AnalysisPosterCongress of Neurological Surgeons Annual Meeting1982Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Some Ramifications of Midbrain StimulationTalkConnecticut State Neurosurgical Society1982Farmington, Connecticut
Afferent Pain PathwaysTalkNew England Cancer Society1978Farmington, Connecticut
Bone Morphogenetic Protien-2 (BNP-2) Promotes Survival of a Cerebellar Primitive Neuroectodermal Tumor Cell LineTalkAANS/CNS Joint Section on Pediatric Neurological Surgery1977