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Jeffrey M. Mazer Assistant Professor of Medicine

Dr. Mazer is an Assitant Professor of Medicine and a member of the Division of Pulmonary, Critical Care & Sleep Medicine. Dr. Mazer graduated from Tufts Medical School and completed residency in Internal Medicine at Brown. Following his Chief Residency, he completed fellowship training at Brown Pulmonary Critical. Dr. mazer joined the faculty of Rhode Island and Miriam Hospitals in 2009, with clinical duties in both Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine. In June 2011 he was appointed as the Director of Pulmonary Rehabilitation.

Brown Affiliations

scholarly work

Acute Respiratory Failure: Chapter 18. Comprehensive Review in Adult Critical Care Medicine 2012

Stone AJ, Machan JT, Mazer JM, Casserly B, Klinger JR. Echocardiographic Evidence of Pulmonary Hypertension is Associated with Increased One Year Mortality in Patients Admitted with Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease. Lung. 2011 Jun;189(3):207-12.

Casserly B, Mazer JM, Vang A, Harrington EO, Klinger JR, Rounds S, Choudhary G. C-type natriuretic peptide does not attenuate the development of pulmonary hypertension caused by hypoxia and VEGF receptor blockade. Life Sci. Sep 2011; 89: 460-6.

Vang A, Mazer JM, Casserly B, Choudhary G. Activation of endothelial BKCa channels causes pulmonary vasodilation. Vascular Pharmacology 2010; 53: 122–129.

Pulmonary Hypertension, Ferri's Clinical Advisor, Elsevier Science 2008

Altitude Sickness, Ferri's Clinical Advisor, Elsevier Science, 2008