Caralee E. Caplan-Shaw

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Caralee Caplan-Shaw

Research Assistant Professor, Department of Medicine

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Caralee.Caplan-Shaw@nyumc.org


Paresthesias Among Community Members Exposed To The World Trade Center Disaster
Marmor, Michael; Shao, Yongzhao; Bhatt, D Harshad; Stecker, Mark M; Berger, Kenneth I; Goldring, Roberta M; Rosen, Rebecca L; Caplan-Shaw, Caralee; Kazeros, Angeliki; Pradhan, Deepak; Wilkenfeld, Marc; Reibman, Joan. Paresthesias Among Community Members Exposed To The World Trade Center Disaster. Journal of occupational & environmental medicine. 2017 Feb 2;:?-? (2437202)

Elevated C-reactive protein and posttraumatic stress pathology among survivors of the 9/11 World Trade Center attacks
Rosen, Rebecca L; Levy-Carrick, Nomi; Reibman, Joan; Xu, Ning; Shao, Yongzhao; Liu, Mengling; Ferri, Lucia; Kazeros, Angeliki; Caplan-Shaw, Caralee E; Pradhan, Deepak R; Marmor, Michael; Galatzer-Levy, Isaac R. Elevated C-reactive protein and posttraumatic stress pathology among survivors of the 9/11 World Trade Center attacks. Journal of psychiatric research. 2017 Jan 16;89:14-21 (2425042)

Improvement in severe lower respiratory symptoms and small airway function in World Trade Center dust exposed community members
Caplan-Shaw, Caralee; Kazeros, Angeliki; Pradhan, Deepak; Berger, Kenneth; Goldring, Roberta; Zhao, Sibo; Liu, Mengling; Shao, Yongzhao; Fernandez-Beros, Maria Elena; Marmor, Michael; Levy-Carrick, Nomi; Rosen, Rebecca; Ferri, Lucia; Reibman, Joan. Improvement in severe lower respiratory symptoms and small airway function in World Trade Center dust exposed community members. American journal of industrial medicine. 2016 Sep;59(9):777-787 (2232072)

Intial Experience With Xpert Mtb/rif For Tb Diagnosis In A Large U.s. Urban Teaching Hospital
Brosnahan, SB; Leibert, E; Hamilton, B; Aguero-Rosenfeld, ME; Caplan-Shaw, C. Intial Experience With Xpert Mtb/rif For Tb Diagnosis In A Large U.s. Urban Teaching Hospital [Meeting Abstract]. American journal of respiratory & critical care medicine. 2016 ;193:?-? (2415032)

Small Airway Dysfunction As A Mechanism For Persistence Of Lower Respiratory Symptoms Despite Treatment In Patients Exposed To World Trade Center Dust
Berger, KI; Caplan-Shaw, C; Kazeros, A; Pradhan, D; Goldring, RM; Reibman, J. Small Airway Dysfunction As A Mechanism For Persistence Of Lower Respiratory Symptoms Despite Treatment In Patients Exposed To World Trade Center Dust [Meeting Abstract]. American journal of respiratory & critical care medicine. 2016 ;193:?-? (2414792)