Noreen Hickok, PhD

Noreen J. Hickok, PhD

Contact Dr. Hickok

1015 Walnut Street
Curtis Building, Room 501
Philadelphia, PA 19107

(215) 955-6979
(215) 955-9159 fax

Most Recent Peer-reviewed Publications

  1. Staphylococcus aureus Floating Biofilm Formation and Phenotype in Synovial Fluid Depends on Albumin, Fibrinogen, and Hyaluronic Acid
  2. Corrigendum: Biomolecules as Model Indicators of In Vitro and In Vivo Cold Plasma Safety (Frontiers in Physics, (2021), 8, (613046), 10.3389/fphy.2020.613046)
  3. Sterility of Ethyl Chloride Spray After Use in the Clinic
  4. Bacterial toxins in musculoskeletal infections
  5. Adjuvant antibiotic-loaded bone cement: Concerns with current use and research to make it work
  6. Biomolecules as Model Indicators of In Vitro and In Vivo Cold Plasma Safety
  7. AUTHOR REPLY
  8. Minimizing Penile Prosthesis Implant Infection: What Can We Learn From Orthopedic Surgery?
  9. Ultrasound triggered microbubble destruction for disrupting biofilms in synovial fluid
  10. Acoustic Parameters for Optimal Ultrasound-Triggered Release from Novel Spinal Hardware Devices
  11. 3D-printed bioresorbable antibiotic spacer clip for the prevention of spinal surgical site infection
  12. Characterization of Ultrasound-Triggered Bulk Antibiotic Release from Novel Spinal Hardware
  13. Are medical grade bioabsorbable polymers a viable material for fused filament fabrication?
  14. Equine or porcine synovial fluid as a novel ex vivo model for the study of bacterial free-floating biofilms that form in human joint infections
  15. Ultrasound-triggered antibiotic release from PEEK clips to prevent spinal fusion infection: Initial evaluations
  16. Surgical loupes worn by orthopaedic surgeons are a reservoir for microorganisms
  17. Erratum to: Surgical loupes worn by orthopaedic surgeons are a reservoir for microorganisms (Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research DOI: 10.1097/CORR.0000000000000651)
  18. 2018 international consensus meeting on musculoskeletal infection: Summary from the biofilm workgroup and consensus on biofilm related musculoskeletal infections
  19. Hip and Knee Section, Diagnosis, Laboratory Tests: Proceedings of International Consensus on Orthopedic Infections
  20. Cold atmospheric plasma is a viable solution for treating orthopedic infection: A review
  21. Cold Plasmas for Biofilm Control: Opportunities and Challenges
  22. What Are Biofilms?
  23. The Impact of Incorporating Antimicrobials into Implant Surfaces
  24. Joint implants: An elution solution
  25. Tethered antibiotics