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Scott Shurmur

Scott Shurmur

  • Division Chief
  • Professor of Medicine
Office Phone: 806-743-3155
Email: scott.shurmur@ttuhsc.edu
Mail Address: 3601 4th Street
Lubbock TX 79430

Positions:

  • Division Chief, Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center Lubbock, TX 2014-Present
  • Professor of Medicine, Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center Lubbock, TX 2014-Present

Post Doctoral Education:

  • Interventional Cardiology Fellow: New England Deaconess hospital, 1991
  • Cardiology Fellow: New England Deaconess hospital, 1990
  • Resident: New England Deaconess hospital, 1988
  • Intern: New England Deaconess hospital, 1986

Education:

  • MD: University of Massachusetts, 1985
  • BA: Univ Tulsa, 1981
  • BS: University of Tulsa, 1981

Selected Publications:

  • Yates, B & Rowland, S & Mancuso, K & Kupzyk, K & Norman, J & Shurmur, Scott & Tesina, K September (2014) Reducing Cardiovascular Risk in Spouses of Cardiac Patients: A Randomized Controlled Trial 1-18.
  • Anderson, D & Duryee, M & Shurmur, Scott & Um, J & Bussey, W & Hunter, C & Garvin, R & Mikuls, T & Klassen, L & Thiele, G September (2014) Unique Antibody Responses to Malondialdehyde-Acetaldehyde (MAA)-Protein Adducts Predict Coronary Artery Disease 9, 9, e107440.
  • Shurmur, Scott & Lange, R June (2014) Coronary Drug-Eluting Stent.
  • Shurmur, Scott (2002) Psyllium (Plantago ovata): an evidence-based review of safety and efficacy 1.
  • Shurmur, Scott & Miles, R & Sears, T & DeBoer, L September (1996) Reduction of the time to treatment 247-263.

Selected Presentations:

  • Partners Together in Health (PaTH) Intervention: Preliminary Results Midwest Nursing Research Society, Chicago, IL; March 2013.
  • Partners Together in Health (PaTH) Intervention to Reduce Cardiovascular Risk American Heart Association, Los Angeles, CA; November 2012.
  • Creating an intervention fidelity plan for a translational research study MNRSC, Dearborn, MI; April 2012.
  • Reducing risk in cardiac rehabilitation: Partners together in health (PaTH) intervention MNRSC, Dearborn, MI; April 2012.
  • Correlations between acute markers of innate inflammation with clinical parameters of acute myocardial infarction American Heart Association, Chicago, IL; 2011.

Selected Awards:

  • Cardiovascular Center of Excellent Award, JD Power and Associates, 2009.
  • Young Investigator, Merck & Co, 1999.
  • Graduated "With Honor", University of Tulsa, 1981.

Selected Non-Credit Instruction Taught:

  • Anti-Platelet Strategies in ACS - 2012
  • Emerging Concepts in Aggressive Lipid Lowering and Acute Myocardial Infarction - 2012
  • Fibrates Controversies - 2012
  • M2 Core Program - 2011
  • Primary Care Update - 2011
Date last updated: 10/8/2014
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