Jay Y. Shen

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Assistant Clinical Professor

B.S., University of California, San Diego, 2008, Biochemistry & Cell Biology
M.D., Loma Linda University, 2013

Email: jayys@uci.edu

University of California, Irvine
101 The City Drive South, B53-226G, Orange, CA 92868
Irvine, CA 92697
Short Biography
Dr. Jay Shen is passionate about the parallels of critical care medicine and anesthesiology. He finds great fulfillment in caring for patients safely from the operating room, to the ICU and beyond. He hopes to train future anesthesiologists into thinking beyond the operative arena and to take charge of a patient’s entire perioperative course. In addition, Dr. Shen is intricately involved in teaching and implementing Point-of-Care Ultrasound across the hospital. He takes every opportunity to teach fellows, residents and medical students to incorporate Point-of-Care Ultrasound to quickly aid in diagnosis for patient care into their everyday practice. Ultimately, Dr. Shen’s hope is that all future anesthesiologists will become empowered in their own learning and find their passion and intricate style in the vast field of anesthesiology.
Comparison of Three Point-of-Care Ultrasound Views and MRI Measurements for Optic Nerve Sheath Diameter: A Prospective Validity Study. Neurocrit Care. Aug 2020;33(1):173-181.
ESCRT-mediated uptake and degradation of brain-targeted a-synuclein single chain antibody attenuates neuronal degeneration in vivo. Molecular Therapy. Oct 2014; 22 10, p1753–1767.
Lentivirus mediated delivery of neurosin promotes clearance of wild-type a-synuclein and reduces the pathology in an a-synuclein model of LBD. Molecular Therapy. Jan 2013; 21(1) 31-41.
Professional Societies
American Society of Anesthesiologists
Society of Critical Care Anesthesiologist
Society For Education in Anesthesia
Other Experience
Research Associate
Eliezer Masliah Lab 2008—2009

Graduate Programs

Critical Care Medicine (AN)

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