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Monday, May 22, 2017
Professor of Pulmonology, Allergy, Critical Care & Sleep
Molecular Virology, Immunology & Medical Genetics
Environmental Health Sciences
Division of Pulmonary, Allergy, Critical Care & Sleep Medicine
Department of Internal Medicine
College of Medicine
The Ohio State University
Mark D Wewers, MD is Associate Director of the Davis Heart and Lung Research Institute and holds the John A Prior Professorship in the College of Medicine where he is a member of the Division of Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine. Dr. Wewers has appointments in the Departments of Internal Medicine, of Molecular Virology, Immunology and Medical Genetics and in the Interdisciplinary Program in Biophysics. He is also a member of the Integrated Biomedical Science Graduate Program. He joined the Ohio State faculty in 1986 after research training in the Pulmonary Branch at the National Heart Lung and Blood Institute. Mark currently is the recipient of NIH funding from the NHLBI and is director of an NIH training grant to study the Molecular Mechanisms of Lung Inflammation. He has served on the NIH Lung Biology Pathology A Study Section and is a frequent reviewer for the NIH. |
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