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Carrie A Redlich MD, MPH

Professor of Medicine (Occupational Medicine); Director, Occupational and Environmental Medicine Program

Research Interests

Occupational lung diseases; Isocyanate exposure and asthma; Biomarker research


Research Summary

Dr. Redlich’s current research interests include occupational and environmental lung diseases, in particular isocyanate asthma.


Selected Publications

  • Henneberger P, Redlich CA, Toren K, Callahan D, Harver P, Lemiere C, Martin J, Tarlo S, Vandenplas O. American Thoracic Society Statement: Work-exacerbated Asthma. Proceedings of the American Thoracic Society. 2011, in press.
  • Wisnewski AV, Liu J, Redlich CA. Antigenic changes in human albumin caused by reactivity with the occupational allergen, diphenyl methane diisocyanate. Analytical Biochem. 2010; 400: 251-8.
  • Wisnewski AV, Xu L, Robinson E, Liu J, Redlich CA, Herrick CA. Immune sensitization to methylene diphenyl-diisocyanate (MDI) resulting from skin exposure: albumin as a carrier protein connecting skin exposure to subsequent respiratory responses. Journal Occupational Medicine and Toxicology. 2011; 6:6.
  • Redlich CA. Skin exposure and asthma: Is there a connection ? Proc Am Thor Soc, 2010; 7: 134-37.
  • Henneberger, P. Redlich CA. Work-Aggravated Asthma, in Sigsgaard,T, Heederik, D(eds). Occupational Asthma, Basel 2010: 89-100.
  • Hobbs C, Breysse P, Chen LC, Diaz-Sanchez D, Hoel D, Koller L, Kriebel D, McCabe M, Redlich CA, Schoof R, Sprince N, Tarlo S, Welch L. Managing Health Effects of Beryllium Exposure, National Research Council. The National Academies Press, 2008.

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