Dewey T. Lawson

Adjunct Professor

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


Lawson, J.H., and Anderson, R.W., Rypin Intensive Reviews: Surgery. Clinical Sciences Review, 18th edition, Lippincott - Raven, 2000

Lawson, J.H.: The Hematologic System. The Handbook of Surgical Intensive Care, 5th Edition, Clary, B. and Milano, C eds. W. B. Saunders, 2000.

Mercer, M.C., and Lawson, J.H.: Fibrin Sealants: An Innovative Approach to Achieving Hemostasis and Tissue Sealing in the Surgical Patient. Independent Study Guide. A Continuing Education Activity Sponsored by Education Design. 2000.

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.

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
American Journal of Otology (1998)

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