Latest Jason Martin Stories

2010-12-06 14:18:05

On November 19, Jason Martin returned to the Medical Intensive Care Unit (MICU) at Vanderbilt University Medical Center for the first time since he nearly died there during last year's H1N1 flu pandemic. The tall and burly Warren County, TN, ambulance worker "“ a 30-year-old, father of three young children "“ broke down and hugged some of the nurses he recognized. "I got sick on September 12 and didn't come out of it for the next 20 days. I am just so grateful I came through,"...

2009-07-15 06:40:00

NORWALK, Conn., July 15 /PRNewswire/ -- Jason Martin of Charleston, W.Va. knew he had to do something when the weight of his tools were ripping the straps on his backpack and, worse, threatening to damage his laptop computer. A systems administrator, Martin services computers for four pharmacies and his backpack didn't hold all the tools he needed. His frustration ended when he bought the Veto Pro Pac Model LT-XL tool bag designed to hold a laptop computer, business paperwork and a wide...

2009-06-16 07:45:00

When Jason Martin gives a talk about his research, he begins with the dramatic story of Mariana Bridi da Costa: The young Brazilian supermodel died from severe sepsis in January after amputation of both her hands and feet failed to stop its spread.Martin, who is a fellow in allergy, pulmonary and critical care medicine, is part of an interdisciplinary team at Vanderbilt University that has come up with a high-tech approach to combat this deadly illness, which is one of the top 10 causes of...

2008-08-08 03:00:28

By Tad Dickens | The Roanoke Times | tad.dickens@roanoke.com | 777- 6474 Friday Lil' Ed and the Blues Imperials Draw this blues line -- Elmore James, J.B. Hutto, Lil' Ed Williams -- that takes you from the past to the future of Chicago blues. Williams might be a legacy of the Second City scene, but he is no museum piece. He is a wild man on stage, an excellent slide guitar player, too, and his road-tested band (20 years together) gives him the musical and rhythmic support he...

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