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Jin Cai, MD, PhD

Assistant Professor


School of Medicine
Anesthesiology and Perioperative Medicine

Jin Cai, MD, PhD

Assistant Professor




Assistant Professor


  • Research and Practice in Anesthesiology Open Journal
    Kerfeld Mitchell J., Physiologic Advantages of Peripheral Nerve Blockade Translate to Decreased Length of Stay and Improved Patient Satisfaction
    1:1, p. 4 - 14 2020


  • Cai, J and Ellis S. Upper Airway Obstruction Secondary to Severe Edema Besides Mechanical Factors in A Geriatric Patient with A Massive Thyroid Goiter: A Case Report. Poster presentation, ASA 2008 2008
  • Cai J, G Zhous, JD, Jackson, CA, Kuszynski, S. Walls, Rs McIvor, IJ. Fox. Comparison of VSV-G-pseudotyped Lentivirus and Retrovirus Transduction of Highly Enriched Mouse Hemopoietic Stem Cells. The 4th Annual Meeting of the American Society of Gene Therapy. Seattle, Washington, 2001 2001
  • Cai j, M ITO, C Gao, D LaFleur, IJ Fox. Reversibly Immortalized Hepatocytes Function as well as Primary Hepatocytes to Treat Hepatic Encephalopathy. The Joint American Transplant Meeting. Chicago, IL. 2001 2001
  • Kobayashi N, Ito M, Nakamura J, Cai J, Cao C, Hammel JM. Fox IJ, The role of hepatocyte transplantation to treat chronic liver failure. Transplant Proc. 2000 Nov 32(7): 2267-8 2000
  • Ito M, LaFleur D, Gao C, Cai J, Fox IJ. Engraftment and function of allogeneic hepatocytes in cirrhotic rates does not require immunosuppression. American Society of Transplant Surgeons, Chicago, IL. 2000 Transplantation 2000
  • Cai j, LaFleur D, Fox IJ. Second generation reversibly immortalized hepatocytes reverse hepatic encephalopathy. XVIII International Congress of the Transplantation Society. Rome, Italy. 2000 2000