William Calhoun, MD

Vice Chair, Research

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1977 …2021

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Education/Academic qualification

Allergy/Immunology, Fellowship, University of Wisconsin-Madison

… → 1992

Pulmonary, Fellowship, University of Vermont, Burlington

… → 1985

Medicine, Residency, Pennsylvania State University, Hershey

… → 1982

Medicine, MD, Pennsylvania State University, Hershey

… → 1979

Chemistry, BS, University of Delaware

… → 1975

Research interests

  • Asthma

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  • 1 Scopus citations
  • Open Access
  • Efficacy of catheter-based renal denervation in the absence of antihypertensive medications (SPYRAL HTN-OFF MED Pivotal): a multicentre, randomised, sham-controlled trial

    Böhm, M., Kario, K., Kandzari, D. E., Mahfoud, F., Weber, M. A., Schmieder, R. E., Tsioufis, K., Pocock, S., Konstantinidis, D., Choi, J. W., East, C., Lee, D. P., Ma, A., Ewen, S., Cohen, D. L., Wilensky, R., Devireddy, C. M., Lea, J., Schmid, A., Weil, J. & 203 others, Agdirlioglu, T., Reedus, D., Jefferson, B. K., Reyes, D., D'Souza, R., Sharp, A. S. P., Sharif, F., Fahy, M., DeBruin, V., Cohen, S. A., Brar, S., Townsend, R. R., Akarca, E., Allaqaband, S., Andrikou, E., Aoki, J., Arnold, A., Aronow, H., Asami, M., Bachinsky, W., Barton, J., Bass, K., Batson, B., Bell, C., Bertolet, B., Bewarder, Y., Bihlmaier, K., Binner, C., Bloom, J., Blossom, B., Brar, S., Brown, A., Burke, R., Burke, M. N., Butler, M., Calhoun, W., Campbell, J., Carroll, S., Chapman, N., Chasen, C., Cheng, S. C., Chia, B., Choksi, N., Cohen, J., Connolly, N., Contreras, J., Cusack, R., Dangas, G., David, S., Davies, J., Dederer, J., Denker, M., Desch, U., Didangelos, M., Dienemann, T., Dimitriadis, K., Dorval, J. F., Estess, J., Fan, S., Fengler, K., Ferguson, L., Fudim, M., Fuster, V., Garcia, F., Garcia, S., Garton, A., Gessler, C., Ghali, M., Gummadi, B., Gupta, A., Gutierrez, A., Hardesty, P., Hartung, P., Haught, W. H., Haun, Y., Hays, S., Helmreich, W., Hill, D., Hopper, I., Horiuchi, Y., Hoshide, S., Howard, J., Ikeda, W., Jan, F., Jauhar, R., Jay, D., Johnson, J., Johnston, T., Jones, S., Jung, S., Kalos, T., Kanitkar, M., Kannenkeril, D., Kasiakogias, A., Kazziha, S., Keene, D., Khitha, J., Kikushima, H., Kobayashi, T., Komiyama, K., Komori, T., Kotter, J., Kouparanis, A., Krasnow, J., Kulenthiran, S., Kumar, S., L'Allier, P., Laney, P., Lauder, L., Lavoie, M. A., Lerche, M., Linesky, E., Little, N., Lomboy, C., Lucic, J., Lurz, P., Lynch, S., Mansukhani, P., McDuffie, K., McGrath, B., McLaurin, B., Meade, A., Meraj, P., Millenaar, D., Moore, N., Mori, F., Munch, P., Murphy, J., Murray, J., Nanjundappa, A., Ninomiya, K., Oba, Y., O'Connor, T., Ogata, Y., Ogoyama, Y., Onsrud, R., Ott, C., Padaliya, B., Pagidipati, N., Patel, M., Patel, K., Petteinidou, E., Porr, W., Rao, A., Razi, R., Regan, C., Remetz, M., Rizik, D., Robison, M., Rommel, K. P., Rosseel, L., Rothstein, M., Rough, R., Saavedra, J., Saba, S., Schwartz, R., Selcer, S., Sen, S., Sennott, J., Shadman, R., Shah, S., Shemin, D., Shimizu, H., Shimpo, M., Shishehbor, M., Shun-Shin, M., Sierra, F., Singh, J., Singh, A., Sirajeldin, Y., Skeik, N., Soliman, G., Statton, S., Stehli, J., Steigerwalt, S., Striepe, K., Stuck, J., Suppan, M., Svetkey, L., Takker, G., Tanabe, K., Tanaka, T., Tomii, D., Torre, S., Traverse, J., Tyson, C., Vasquez, A., Velasquez, E., Vemulapalli, S., Waki, H., Walton, T., Wang, Y., Weber, T., Wells, B., Wilkins, R., Wright, T., Yahagi, K., Yeung, A., Zadegan, R., Zeller, T., Ziada, K., Ziakas, A. & Zidar, D., May 2 2020, In: The Lancet. 395, 10234, p. 1444-1451 8 p.

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    70 Scopus citations
  • HSD3B1 genotype identifies glucocorticoid responsiveness in severe asthma

    Zein, J., Gaston, B., Bazeley, P., DeBoer, M. D., Igo, R. P., Bleecker, E. R., Meyers, D., Comhair, S., Marozkina, N. V., Cotton, C., Patel, M., Alyamani, M., Xu, W., Busse, W. W., Calhoun, W. J., Ortega, V., Hawkins, G. A., Castro, M., Chung, K. F., Fahy, J. V. & 12 others, Fitzpatrick, A. M., Israel, E., Jarjour, N. N., Levy, B., Mauger, D. T., Moore, W. C., Noel, P., Peters, S. P., Teague, W. G., Wenzel, S. E., Erzurum, S. C. & Sharifi, N., Jan 28 2020, In: Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 117, 4, p. 2187-2193 7 p.

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticlepeer-review

    Open Access
    7 Scopus citations
  • Management of Acute Asthma in Adults in 2020

    Zaidan, M. F., Ameredes, B. T. & Calhoun, W. J., Feb 11 2020, In: JAMA - Journal of the American Medical Association. 323, 6, p. 563-564 2 p.

    Research output: Contribution to journalShort surveypeer-review

    3 Scopus citations