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Jay C. Buckey Jr.
Adjunct Professor of Engineering
Professor of Medicine, Geisel School of Medicine
Bubble detection and sizing; smart medical systems; hearing assessment; aerospace medicine; undersea and hyperbaric medicine; technology and energy policy; motion sickness
- BSEE, Cornell University 1977
- MD, Cornell University 1981
- Bollinger, B.R., Wilbur J.C., Donoghue T.G., Phillips S.D., Knaus D.A., Magari P.J., Alvarenga D.L., Buckey J.C. Dual-frequency ultrasound detection of stationary microbubbles in tissue. Undersea Hyperbaric Medicine, 36(2), 127-36, 2009.
- Buckey J.C., Alvarenga D.L., MacKenzie T.A. Chlorpheniramine and ephedrine in combination for motion sickness. J. Vestib Res. 17(5-6): 301-11, 2007.
- Carter, J.A., Buckey, J.C., Greenhalgh, L., Holland, A.W., Hegel, M.T. An interactive media program for managing psychosocial problems on long-duration spaceflights. Aviation Space and Environmental Medicine (Medline Abstract)
- Buckey, J.C., Knaus, D.A., Alvarenga, D.L., Kenton, M.A., Magari, P.J. Dual-frequency ultrasound for detecting and sizing bubbles. Acta Astronautica (Medline Abstract)
- Buckey, J.C., Alvarenga, D.L., Cole, B., Rigas, J.R. Chlorpheniramine for motion sickness. Journal of Vestibular Research (Medline Abstract)