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James E. Johnson, Ph.D.Wake Forest School of Medicine

James E. Johnson, Ph.D.

Director, Medical Ultrasound
Associate Professor,

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Academic: 336-716-1296 | Department: 336-716-1296


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Education & Training

  • B.A., University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, 1975
  • Ph.D., Wake Forest University, 1983
  • Fellowship, Max Planck Institute-Germany, 1987


  • Am Assn Of Clinical Anatomists
  • Ibro (Int'L Brain Research Org
  • Int'l Assn of Med Science Educ
James E. Johnson, Ph.D.

James E. Johnson, Ph.D.

Director, Medical Ultrasound
Associate Professor, Neurobiology & Anatomy

Research Interests

Brain-Derived Neurotrophic Factor; Palliative Care; Osteoarthritis; Patient Education as Topic; Axonal Transport
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Academic: 336-716-1296 | Department: 336-716-1296


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Recent Publications

Association of a surgical task during training with team skill acquisition among surgical residents: the missing piece in multidisciplinary team training. Sparks JL, Crouch DL, Sobba K, Evans D, Zhang J, Johnson JE, Saunders I, Thomas J, Bodin S, Tonidandel A, Carter J, Westcott C, Martin RS, Hildreth A.. JAMA Surg. 2017;152(9):818-825.

Educational priorities of students in the entrustable professional activity era. Strowd RE, McBride A, Goforth J, Cristiano J, Hartman N, Waters G, Beardsley J, Johnson JE, Askew K.. Clin Teach. 2017;():.

Development of a burn escharotomy assessment tool: a pilot study. Ur R, Holmes JH IV, Johnson JE, Molnar JA, Carter JE.. J Burn Care Res. 2016;37(2):e140-e144.

Anatomical variations of the transverse-sigmoid sinus junction: implications for endovascular treatment of idiopathic intracranial hypertension. McCormick M, Bartels H, Rodriguez A, Johnson JE, Janjua RM.. Anat Rec (Hoboken). 2016;299(8):1037-1042.

Golden opportunity: multidisciplinary simulation training improves trauma team efficiency [abstract]. Long AM, Mowery NT, Chang MC, Johnson JE, Miller PR III, Meredith JW, Carter JE.. J Am Coll Surg. 2015;221(4 Suppl 1):S57.

Model orthopaedic surgical skills curriculum for fourth year medical students. Wooster BM, Carstensen SE, Johnson JE, Stubbs AJ.. Duke Orthop J. 2015;5(1):1-5.

Safety and effectiveness evidence of SAM? Junctional tourniquet to control inguinal hemorrhage in a perfused cadaver model. Johnson JE, Sims RK, Hamilton DJ, Kragh JF.. J Spec Oper Med. 2014;14(2):21-25.

Prehospital emergency inguinal clamp controls hemorrhage in cadaver model. Kragh JF Jr, Murphy C, Steinbaugh J, Dubick MA, Baer DG, Johnson JE, Henkel CK, Blackbourne LH.. Mil Med. 2013;178(7):799-805.

Technique of axillary use of a Combat Ready Clamp to stop junctional bleeding [letter]. Kragh JF Jr, Johnson JE, Henkel CK, Dubick MA.. Am J Emerg Med. 2013;31(8):1274-1276.

Motoneuron programmed cell death in response to proBDNF. Taylor AR, Gifondorwa DJ, Robinson MB, Strupe JL, Prevette D, Johnson JE, Hempstead B, Oppenheim RW, Milligan CE.. Dev Neurobiol. 2012;72(5):699-712.

Effects of simulation-based training for high school sports medicine personnel on emergency response confidence and teamwork behaviors. Rosenbaum DA, Thornton HC, Johnson JE, Saunders I, Fitch MT.. Athl Train Sports Health Care. 2012;4(3):126-132.

New tourniquet device concepts for battlefield hemorrhage control. Kragh JF Jr, Murphy C, Dubick MA, Baer DG, Johnson J, Blackbourne LH.. US Army Med Dep J. 2011;Apr-Jun():38-48.

Large group high-fidelity simulation enhances medical student learning. Heitz C, Brown A, Johnson JE, Fitch MT.. Med Teach. 2009;31(5):e206-e210.

An anatomical resource clinical training center using cadavers as simulated patients: utility, management & best practices [abstract]. Johnson JE.. FASEB J. 2009;23(Meeting Abstracts):8.3.

Brain derived nerve growth factor induces spinal noradrenergic fiber sprouting and enhances clonidine analgesia following nerve injury in rats. Hayashida K, Clayton BA, Johnson JE, Eisenach JC.. Pain. 2008;136(3):348-355.

Anatomy and contextual learning [abstract]. Johnson JE, Henkel C.. FASEB J. 2007;21(5):A140.

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For a listing of recent publications, refer to PubMed, a service provided by the National Library of Medicine.

For a list of earlier publications, visit the Carpenter Library Publication Search.

Associate Professor, Neurobiology & Anatomy

James E. Johnson, Ph.D.

James E. Johnson, Ph.D.

Director, Medical Ultrasound
Associate Professor, Neurobiology & Anatomy

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