Michael Marmor

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Michael Marmor

Professor, Department of Population Health
Professor, Department of Environmental Medicine
Professor, Department of Medicine


Contact Info

Address
650 First Avenue
New York, NY 10016

212/263-6667
michael.marmor@nyumc.org

Research Summary

I am currently studying the health impacts of exposure to World Trade Center dust among members of the local community following the terrorist attacks in New York City of September 11, 2001. In addition, I am interested in the epidemiology, prevention and immunopathogenesis of infection with human immunodeficiency virus (HIV). Specific aims of our HIV studies are to investigate 1) the immunogenicity and efficacy of experimental HIV vaccines; 2) to study the incidence, risk factors, clinical, and immunologic associates of HIV transmission; and 3) to study factors associated with natural resistance to HIV infection.

Research Keywords

epidemiology of pulmonary diseases and HIV/AIDS, epidemiology

Neurologic Evaluations of Patients Exposed to the World Trade Center Disaster
Stecker, Mark M; Yu, Huiying; Barlev, Renee; Marmor, Michael; Wilkenfeld, Marc. Neurologic Evaluations of Patients Exposed to the World Trade Center Disaster. Journal of occupational & environmental medicine. 2016 Nov;58(11):1150-1154 (2303662)

Isolated small airway reactivity during bronchoprovocation as a mechanism for respiratory symptoms in WTC dust-exposed community members
Berger, Kenneth I; Kalish, Samantha; Shao, Yongzhao; Marmor, Michael; Kazeros, Angeliki; Oppenheimer, Beno W; Chan, Yinny; Reibman, Joan; Goldring, Roberta M. Isolated small airway reactivity during bronchoprovocation as a mechanism for respiratory symptoms in WTC dust-exposed community members. American journal of industrial medicine. 2016 Sep;59(9):767-776 (2232062)

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)

Oscillometry complements spirometry in evaluation of subjects following toxic inhalation
Berger, Kenneth I; Turetz, Meredith; Liu, Mengling; Shao, Yongzhao; Kazeros, Angeliki; Parsia, Sam; Caplan-Shaw, Caralee; Friedman, Stephen M; Maslow, Carey B; Marmor, Michael; Goldring, Roberta M; Reibman, Joan. Oscillometry complements spirometry in evaluation of subjects following toxic inhalation. ERJ open research. 2015 Oct ;1(2):?-? (2278362)

Systemic Inflammation Associated With World Trade Center Dust Exposures and Airway Abnormalities in the Local Community
Kazeros, Angeliki; Zhang, Enhan; Cheng, Xin; Shao, Yongzhao; Liu, Mengling; Qian, Meng; Caplan-Shaw, Caralee; Berger, Kenneth I; Goldring, Roberta M; Ghumman, Muhammad; Chokshi, Neel P; Levy-Carrick, Nomi; Fernandez-Beros, Maria Elena; Parsia, Sam; Marmor, Michael; Reibman, Joan. Systemic Inflammation Associated With World Trade Center Dust Exposures and Airway Abnormalities in the Local Community. Journal of occupational & environmental medicine. 2015 Jun;57(6):610-616 (1626122)