Center for Perioperative Organ Protection

  • Center for Perioperative Organ Protection
  • Center for Perioperative Organ Protection
  • Center for Perioperative Organ Protection
  • Center for Perioperative Organ Protection

The Center for Perioperative Organ Protection (CPOP) is a collaborative group of physicians and scientists at Duke Anesthesiology whose goal is to improve the standard of perioperative care during clinical interventions and critical illness. We strive to study the molecular, cellular and organ system interactions during acute injury and recovery in the perioperative period across the aging spectrum. We use a comprehensive, multidisciplinary approach, including pre-clinical, translational and epidemiological research to improve the treatment of our patients. Our mission is to develop innovative therapies to improve organ protection and patient outcomes throughout the perioperative period, clinical interventions and critical illness.

Updates & Announcements

CPOP Collaborative Seminar
Every Tuesday
4 – 5 PM | MSRB III, Room 1125

Research

Conducting pre-clinical and translational research for perioperative organ protection.

Education

Establishing an educational program for scientists, physicians and patients that will advance the standards of patient care and outcomes.

Patient Care

Providing high-quality, comprehensive and personalized patient care to ensure organ protection in clinical settings and critical illness.

Advancing Organ Protection and Patient Outcomes

CPOP News

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