Richard R. McNeer, II, M.D., Ph.D.
- Fax: 305-545-6195
- American Board of Anesthesiology
- Assistant Professor of Clinical Anesthesiology
- The role of musical stimuli in the improved design of audible alarms in critical care settings - 2/1/04 - 1/31/05
- Effects of anesthetics on transient and short-term auditory evoked potentials - 10/1/05 - 9/30/06
- Human factors in anesthesia monitoring for urgency - 7/1/05 - 6/30/08
- Psychoacoustic Masking Phenomena in the Critical Care Setting, 12/1/05 - 11/30/06
- McNeer, R, Bohorquez, J, Varon, A, Ozdamar, O, Barach, P: Analysis of Monitor Alarm Efficacy in the OR, IARS Accepted abstract
- Rong M, Rossi EA, Zhang J, McNeer RR, Van Den Brande JMH, Yasin M, Weed DT, Carraway CAC, Thompson JF, Carraway KL. Expression and localization of Muc4/sialomucin complex (SMC) in the adult and developing rat intestine: implications for Muc4/SMC Function.
- McNeer R, Bohorquez, J, Senders J, Varon A, Ozdamar O, Barach P.A Strategy for the design and validation of priority-encoded auditory alarm signals. Anesth Analg 2005;100:S194.
- McNeer RR, Bohorquez J, Senders J, Ozdamar O, Barach P. Design and validation of auditory displays that signal graded degrees of urgency. Anesthesiology 2004;101:A562.