Michael Moulton, MD is a professor of surgery for the section of cardiovascular and thoracic surgery and is the chief of the division of cardiovascular and thoracic surgery. Dr. Moulton received his medical degree from Harvard University School of Medicine, in Boston, Massachusetts. He completed his residency in general surgery and cardiothoracic surgery at the Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis, Missouri.
Publications, Most Recent:
- Moulton MJ, Secomb TW. A low order model of the left ventricular mechanics. Biomech Mod Mechanobiol. 2011 (in press).
- Gandy KL, Moulton MJ. Sternal plating to prevent malunion of transverse sternotomy in lung transplantation. Ann Thorac Surg. 86:1384-5, 2008.
- Miller QM, Bird E, Bird K, Meschter C, Moulton MJ. Effect of subatmospheric pressure on surgical wound healing. Current Surgery. 61:205-208, 2004.
- Miller QM, Moulton MJ, Pratt J. Surgical Treatment of Thymoma. Current Surgery. 59:101-105, 2002.
- Guccione JM, Moonly SM, Moustakidis P, Costa KD, Moulton MJ, Ratcliffe MB, Pasque MK. Mechanism underlying mechanical dysfunction in the border zone of left ventricular aneurysm: a finite element model study. Ann Thorac Surg. 71(2):654-662, 2001.
- Okamoto RJ, Moulton MJ, Peterson, SJ, Li D, Pasque MK, Guccione JM. Epicardial suction: A new approach to mechanical testing of myocardium. ASME J Biomech Eng. 122:479-487, 2000.