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Melanie Königshoff
Physician-Scientist | Transatlantic | All about the Lung | Think Outside, No Box Required 🌵| Music Frame of Mind: OtR - Blood Oranges in the Snow
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Don Sin 2h
For those interested in the ongoing debate on the potential harm of smoking on lung health, we have a discussion piece with Drs. Roth, Tashkin, Hancox and Sears.
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NIH NHLBI Feb 21
A6: In the U.S., there are approximately 7,000 unique rare diseases affecting an estimated 25-30 million people, 5-10 percent of whom are diagnosed with a rare disease of the lung. Read more about ’s commitment to rare research:
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ATS_RCMB 20h
A question to get us ready for Do you think the adult lung is capable of regeneration? comments encouraged. If your answer is it’s complicated. Tell us why!
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Naftali Kaminski 21h
You have to love it when your favorite society is demonstrating a commitment to fight - KUDOS for great positive steps in !! & let’s hope that by door bags will be completely gone!
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Summer Hanson, MD, PhD, FACS Feb 21
Based on a thread yesterday, I actually thought a lot about my appearance as I got ready for my talk this morning. ✅Long hair ✅Eye makeup ✅Lipstick ✅Heels ...but also... ✅Funding ✅Credentials ✅Academic Chops ✅Self awareness Not genuinely me w/o a little gloss 😉
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Lars Mølgaard Saxhaug Feb 21
This is just a brilliant illustration of the startling differences in breathing physiology, especially illustrating the marvel of the avian lung!
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NIH NHLBI Feb 21
A8: 400 million people globally are fighting a rare disease. If all of the people w/ a rare disease lived in one country it would be the worlds 3rd most populous country. As a patient or caregiver you may feel isolated & alone but your network & community is large
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James Beck Feb 20
Please check out this month’s President’s Message on our efforts to address climate change.
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Stavros Garantziotis Feb 19
For at least some of IPF, the bronchoalveolar duct junction may well be where the action is.
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Carla Bauer Feb 18
Excited to see this gem of a story is out! colleagues take note... The legendary Jim Hogg has made so many incredible observations in our field...
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Leticia Kawano-Dourado Feb 18
Replying to @leticiakawano
Helloooo from the team! Looking forward to talking to you! ;-)
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Leticia Kawano-Dourado Feb 18
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PF Foundation Feb 14
To address the vaping epidemic, and several programs have issued a Notice of Special Interest that will enable investigators to quickly study the effect of vaping on lung health. ⬇️
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TheLAMFoundation Feb 13
Do you know the trick of "The Flip?" Learn how LAM patient Steph Dryer used it to turn the tables on her rare disease (LAM) in this piece for The Lancet!
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ATS Early Career Feb 14
The 2020 Road Map for Early Career Professionals is now available! This guide will keep you informed about exciting events and opportunities at the ATS 2020 Conference. View/Download:
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Colin Cooke Feb 14
The benefits of attention from a wise and thoughtful clinician featuring ⁦⁩ via
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American Thoracic Feb 14
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Oliver Feb 14
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Melanie Königshoff Feb 14
Happy Valentine‘s Day to you all from the ! This is where our 💓 is 😉 - picture courtesy
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Melanie Königshoff Feb 14
These are amazing opportunities!! From students to new faculty - there is something for everybody! Perfect start into ! Please spread to word
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