Josh Young

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It is unclear if vasospasm after subarachnoid hemorrhage (SAH) is predominantly due to smooth-muscle contraction, proliferative vasculopathy, or other changes within the arterial wall such as fibrosis or change in smooth-muscle phenotype. In this study, immunohistochemistry was used to examine changes in extracellular and cytoskeletal proteins in cerebral(More)
This paper reviews our recent studies on the mechanism of cerebral vasospasm following subarachnoid hemorrhage (SAH) in monkeys. Middle cerebral artery (MCA) vasospasm was maximal at 7 days, resolving by 14 days, and absent at 28 days after SAH. Arterial fibrosis was not detected during vasospasm, although there was intimal hyperplasia with fibrosis 28 days(More)
The robotic manipulation of flexible materials such as paper remains a challenging area of research. Our previous work has focused on the nondestructive manipulation of bound paper as found in books. This article describes a new approach to the one-sided, nonprehensile paper manipulation problem in which we use the polymer polydimethylsiloxane (PDMS) to(More)
The Sub-PAR Engineers Team will provide a set of preliminary plans for the Christian Athletic Complex golf course, Stormy Creek Golf Course. The team is working with Graham Rayburn, executive director at the CAC. The back nine of Fellowship Greens has four holes located on Plaster Creek. Currently, after a 2-year rain event, the ground remains saturated for(More)
Lake Simcoe, the largest lake in southern Ontario outside of the Laurentian Great Lakes, is affected by numerous stressors including eutrophication resulting from total phosphorus (TP) loading, climate change, and invasions of exotic species. We synthesized the long-term responses of Lake Simcoe to these stressors by assessing trends in water quality and(More)
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