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Research Expertise & Professional Interests Dr. Steiling is a Pulmonary/Critical Care Physician-Scientist with a longstanding interest in improving the ability to effectively detect, treat, and cure smoking-induced lung diseases such as lung cancer and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). She completed her fellowship training in Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine at Boston University Medical Center, and concurrently completed a Master of Science in Bioinformatics through the Boston University College of Engineering. Dr. Steiling’s research centers on improving the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of lung cancer and COPD. Using the airway field of injury hypothesis, which posits that cigarette smoking induces molecular changes throughout the respiratory tract, she has studied alterations in the airway transcriptome that reflect the presence, susceptibility, and progression of smoking-induced lung diseases. She has used whole-genome expression profiling of the bronchial airway epithelium to describe the relationship between upper and lower airway gene expression, and leveraged this information to develop clinically-relevant biomarkers of lung cancer, COPD, and other diseases that affect the lung. In addition to her translational research, Dr. Steiling has led the implementation of two important clinical programs focused on improving the early detection of lung cancer in at-risk individuals. She founded the Boston Medical Center Lung Nodule Clinic, a sub-specialty referral resource that supports the evidence-based evaluation of incidental pulmonary nodules detected by diagnostic and screening CT scans. She also led the implementation of a multi-disciplinary Lung Cancer Screening Program at Boston Medical Center. Her team was recognized with a 2016 Clinical Quality Improvement Award from the Boston University Medical Center Evans Foundation. She currently co-chairs the Boston Medical Center Lung Cancer Screening Steering Committee. Dr. Steiling sees patients in the Lung Nodule Clinic, multi-disciplinary Thoracic Oncology Clinic and attends in the Medical Intensive Care Unit at Boston Medical Center.

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Concept Asthma
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Academic Article Airway epithelial gene expression in the diagnostic evaluation of smokers with suspect lung cancer.
Academic Article Smoking-induced gene expression changes in the bronchial airway are reflected in nasal and buccal epithelium.
Academic Article A prediction model for lung cancer diagnosis that integrates genomic and clinical features.
Academic Article Transcriptomic studies of the airway field of injury associated with smoking-related lung disease.
Academic Article Targeting ''types: Precision Medicine in Pulmonary Disease.
Academic Article Asthma-COPD overlap. Clinical relevance of genomic signatures of type 2 inflammation in chronic obstructive pulmonary disease.
Academic Article Defining the nasal transcriptome in granulomatosis with polyangiitis (Wegener''s).
Academic Article Shifting from Correlation to Causation: Challenges for the Future of Unbiased Molecular Studies in Inflammatory Lung Disease.
Academic Article Nasal gene expression differentiates COPD from controls and overlaps bronchial gene expression.
Academic Article Initial surgical experience following implementation of lung cancer screening at an urban safety net hospital.
Academic Article Lung Cancer Screening in a Safety-Net Hospital: Implications of Screening a Real-World Population versus the National Lung Screening Trial.
Academic Article Effect of long-term corticosteroid treatment on microRNA and gene-expression profiles in COPD.
Academic Article Age, Race, and Income Are Associated With Lower Screening Rates at a Safety Net Hospital.
Grant Boston University Clinical and Translational Science Award (CTSA) Program KL2

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