Jason Johanning, MD, FACS

Jason Johanning

Professor, Department of Surgery
University of Nebraska Medical Center
Division of General Surgery - Vascular Surgery
983280 Nebraska Medical Center
Omaha, NE 68198-3280, USA
Phone: 402-559-7300
Fax: 402-559-8985

Curriculum Vitae

Graduate:

University of Kansas Medical School, Kansas City – M.D.

Residency:

Saginaw Cooperative Hospitals, Inc, Saginaw, MI

Fellowship:

Vascular Surgery, Geisinger Medical Center, Danville, PA

Board Certification:

American Board of Surgery
American Board of Surgery - Vascular Surgery

Academic Appointment:

Professor of Surgery

Sub-Specialty

Vascular Surgery
Endovascular Surgery
Advanced Laparoscopic Vascular Surgery
Varicose Vein Treatment

Research Interests: Advanced Gait Analysis in PAD Patients, Minimally Invasive Vascular and Laparoscopic Surgery, Basic Science Aneurysm Research, Resident/Medical Student Learning Styles.

Publications:

  • Gupta PK, Johanning JM, Lynch TG, Forse RA, Mohiuddin SM, Mooss AN, Gupta H, Sundaram A, Kaushik M, Fang X, Miller WJ, Esterbrooks DJ, Hunter CB, Pipinos II. Development and validation of a risk calculator for prediction of cardiac risk after surgery. Circulation 124(4):381-7 2011. Abstract
  • Arya S, Pipinos II, Garg N, Johanning JM, Lynch TG, Longo GM. Carotid endarterectomy is superior to carotid angioplasty and stenting for perioperative and long-term results. Vasc Endovascular Surg 45(6):490-8 2011. Abstract
  • Myers S., Pipinos II., Johanning JM, Stergiou N. Gait variability of patients with intermittent claudication is similar before and after the onset of claudication pain. J Biomech, 26(7):729-734, August 2011. Abstract
  • Arya S, Pipinos II, Garg N, Johanning JM, Lynch TG, Longo GM. Carotid endarterectomy is superior to carotid angioplasty and stenting for peri-operative and long term results. Vasc Endovascular Surg. June 2011. Epub ahead of print. Abstract
  • Gupta PK, Pipinos II, Miller WJ, Gupta H, Shetty S, Johanning JM, Longo GM, Lynch TG. A population-based study of risk factors for stroke after carotid endarterectomy using the ACS NSQIP database. J Surg Res, 167(2):182-91, May 2011. Abstract
  • Koutakis P, Pipinos II, Myers SA, Stergiou N, Lynch TG, Johanning JM. Abnormal joint powers before and after the onset of claudication symptoms. Journal of Vascular Surgery, 52(2):340-7, Aug 2010. Abstract
  • Huisinga JM, Pipinos II, Stergiou N, Johanning JM. Treatment with pharmacological agents in peripheral arterial disease patients does not result in biomechanical gait changes. J Appl Biomech, 26(3):341-8, Aug 2010. Abstract
  • Lynch TG, Johanning JM. Invited commentary. J Vasc Surg 51(1):95 2010. Abstract
  • Gupta PK, Gupta H, Miller WJ, Johanning JM, Lynch TG, MacTaggart JN, Longo GM, Pipinos II. Corticosteroid Use, Symptomatic Status, and Smoking Are Associated with Stroke after Carotid Surgery in the ACS NSQIP Database. J Surg Res 158(2):303 2010. Abstract
  • Gupta PK, Gupta H, Miller WJ, Lynch TG, MacTaggart JN, Johanning JM, Longo GM, Pipinos II. Predictors of cardiac events after major vascular surgery. J Surg Res 158(2):301 2010. Abstract
  • Huisinga JM, Pipinos II, Johanning JM, Stergiou N. The effect of pharmacological treatment on gait biomechanics in peripheral arterial disease patients. J Neuroeng Rehabil, 7:25, Jun 2010. Abstract
  • Johanning JM, Myers SA, Pipinos II, Stergiou N. Vascular occlusion changes gait variability patterns of young individuals. J Surg Res 158(2):301 2010. Abstract
  • Koutakis P, Pipinos II, Myers SA, Stergiou N, Lynch TG, Johanning JM. Joint torques and powers are reduced during ambulation for both limbs in patients with unilateral claudication. J Vasc Surg. 2010 Jan;51(1):80-8. Abstract
  • Garg N, Karagiorgos N, Pisimisis GT, Sohal DP, Longo GM, Johanning JM, Lynch TG, Pipinos II. Cerebral protection devices reduce periprocedural strokes during carotid angioplasty and stenting: a systematic review of the current literature. J Endovas Ther, 16(4):412-27, 2009. Abstract
  • Myers SA, Johanning JM, Stergiou N, Celis RI, Robinson L, Pipinos II. Gait variability is altered in patients with peripheral vascular disease. J Vasc Surg, 49(4):924-931, 2009. Abstract

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