Video Series: Research
Health Topics: Asthma
Dr. Stephen Teach explains how findings may change best practices in care for inner-city asthma patients.
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The Pediatric Pulmonary Fellowship is a three-year program that trains individuals to become board-certified pediatric pulmonologists with emphasis on clinical expertise and research experience.
Dr. Stephen Teach describes how this landmark asthma study translates findings in the laboratory to the community where children and teens with asthma live.
Dr. Stephen Teach, describes in detail how the national asthma study was conducted.
Asthma expert Stephen Teach, MD, MPH, discusses Inner City Asthma Consortium ICATA study published March 2011 in the New England Journal of Medicine.