Dewey T. Lawson

Adjunct Professor

184 Physics, Durham, NC 27701
Campus Box: 
(919) 688-3249


Schoenecker, J.G., Hauck, R.K., Mercer, M.C., Parker, W., Lawson, J.H. Exposure of Topical Bovine Thrombin During Surgery Elicits a Response Against the Xenogeneic Carbohydrate Galactosea1-3 Galactose, Journal of Clinical Immunology, 20(6)m 434-444, 2000.

Rusconi, P., Yeh, A., Lyerly, H.K., Lawson, J.H., and Sullenger B.: Blocking the Initiation of Coagulation by RNA Aptamars to Factor VIIa. Thrombosis and Heamostasis, 84(5):841-848, 2000.

Lawson, J.H., Cintron, J., Grossman, P.H., Katkhouda, N., Levitsky, S., Superina, R.A., Emerging Technologies in Surgical Wound Management. Surgical Rounds, pp 2-11, 2000

Paulson, E.K., Neal, M.C, Stephenson, R.G., and Lawson, J.H.: Use of Fibrin Sealant as a Hemostatic Agent after Liver Biopsy in Swine. Journal of Vascular Interventional Radiology, V11, No.7, 905-911, 2000.

Stephenson, G.R., Lawson, J.H., and Brody, F.: Laparoscopic Exposure of the Lumbosacral Spine for Discectomy and Fusion. Atlas of Laparoscopic Surgery, 2nd Edition, Pappas, T.N., Chekan, E.G., and Eubanks, S., eds. Appleton & Lange, 23, 23.2-23.6, 1999.

Jaggers, J., Smith, P.K., Ungerleider, R., Neal, M., and Lawson, J.H. Infant Cardiopulmonary Bypass: A Procoagulant State. The Annals of Thoracic Surgery, 68(2): 513-20, 1999.

Lau, C.L., Posther, K., Stephenson, G.R., Lodge, A., Lawson, J.H., Darling, E.M., Davis, R.D. Jr., Ungerleider, R.M., Jaggers, J. Mini-Circuit Cardiopulmonary Bypass With Vacuum Assisted Venous Drainage: Feasibility of an Asanguineous Prime in In the Neonate. Perfusion, 14, 389-396, 1999.

Lawson, J.H., and Platt, J.L.: Xenotransplantation: Prospects for Clinical Application. Dialysis and Transplantation. Owen, W. and Periera, B., Eds. W.B. Saunders Co., pp 653-660, 1999. Thal, E.R., Cintron, J.R., Kockerling, F., Lange, V.A., Lawson, J.H., Marczell, A.P., Waclawiczek, H.W. The Future of Surgical Wound Care for the Next Millennium. Surgical Rounds, (Supplement) pp 2-7, 1999.

Bilateral cochlear implants controlled by a single speech processor.
The American journal of otology, UNITED STATES (1998)

Bilateral cochlear implants controlled by a single speech processor
American Journal Of Otology (1998)

Acoustics has been the common thread connecting Prof. Lawson's various research interests, which have included phonon scattering in solid helium-4, zero sound propagation in normal and superfluid phases of liquid helium-3, restoration of human hearing through direct electrical stimulation of the inner ear and brainstem, the psychophysics of music perception, and musical and architectural acoustics.

Ph.D. - Duke University