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Brian Clark

Brian J. Clark MD

Attending Pulmonologist and Critical Care Physician; Assistant Professor of Medicine, Section of Pulmonary Critical Care Medicine, Yale School of Medicine; Yale Center for Asthma and Airway Disease (YCAAD), New Haven, Connecticut

After graduating from residency at Northwestern University in Chicago, IL, Dr. Clark came to New Haven to complete his fellowship in Pulmonary and Critical Care medicine at Yale. After fellowship he has remained at Yale as junior faculty . His chief interest includes the care of severe and difficult to control asthma through the Yale Center for Asthma and Airway Disease. His work in YCAAD involves identification of barriers to optimal asthma care for patients and, when appropriate, application of novel biologic therapies for severe asthma. He also has an interest in pulmonary physiology and cardiopulmonary exercise testing (CPET) as well as teaching pulmonary physiology to fellows. His critical care interests include ventilator management and the heart lung interactions that complicate ICU care.

Disclosures

Dr. Clark is a sub-investigator on asthma trials sponsored by Astra Zeneca, Genentech, and Gossamer. He is the site principal investigator for a pending ICU trial with Lungpacer Medical.

Dr. Clark has never received any salary, honorarium, or payment of any kind from any pharmaceutical or device company. 

Recent Contributions to PracticeUpdate:

  1. Primary Prevention of Asthma