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Duane Sherrill Ph.D

Duane  Sherrill Ph.D

Emeritus Professor

Epidemiology and Biostatistics Department

1295 N. Martin
Campus PO Box: 245163
Drachman Hall
Tucson, AZ 85724
(520) 626-8315
dls3@email.arizona.edu

Biography

Dr. Sherrill is a Professor in the Department of Epidemiology & Biostatistics at the Mel and Enid Zuckerman College of Public Health, University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona. He received his Ph.D. in Biostatistics from the University of Colorado in 1987 and has been a faculty member at the University of Arizona since 1988. He is known internationally for his work in methodology for longitudinal analysis and has published several review articles on this topic. His research interests include the natural history of respiratory diseases, in particular asthma, and assessment of risk factors for development of respiratory diseases. He has been an author and co-author on multiple scientific papers resulting from this research. 

Publications: 

Kurzius-Spencer M, Foster K, Littau S, Richey KJ, Clark BM, Sherrill DL, Goodman RB, Boitano S, Burgess JL. Tracheobronchial markers of lung injury in smoke inhalation victims. J Burn Care Res. 29:311-318.
 
Tebow G, Sherrill DL, Lohman IC, Stern DA, Wright AL, Martinez FD, Halonen M, Guerra S. Effects of parental smoking on interferon-? production in children. Pediatrics. 121(6).
 
Wang MT, Malone DC, Skrepnek GH, Armstrong E, Sherrill DL, Harris RB, Tsai CL. Use of Salmeterol with and without concurrent use of inhaled corticosteroids and the risk of asthma-related hospitalization among patients with asthma. Cur. Med. Res. (24):1-9.
 
Zhao Q, Sherrill DL, Goodwin JL, Quan SF. Association between sleep disordered breathing and behavior in school-aged children: the Tucson Children’s Assessment of Sleep Apnea Study (TuCASA). Open Epidemiol J. 1:1-9.
 
Silva GE, Guerra S, Keim S, Barbee RA, Sherrill DL. Longitudinal decline of diffusing capacity of the lung for carbon monoxide in community subjects with the PiMZ ?1-Antitrypsin Phenotype. Chest. 133:1095-1100.
 
Maio S, Baldacci S, Carrozzi L, Polverino E, Angino A, Pistelli F, Di Pede F, Simoni M, Sherrill, DL, Viegi G. Urban residence is associated with bronchial hyper-responsiveness in Italian general population samples. Chest (In Press)
 
Guerra S, Sherrill DL, Kurzius-Spencer M, Venker C, Halonen M, Quan SF, Martinez FD. The course of persistent airflow limitation in subjects with and without asthma. Respir Med. (In Press).

Research Synopsis

Dr. Sherrill's research interests include the natural history of respiratory diseases, in particular asthma, and assessment of risk factors for development of respiratory diseases. He has been an author and co-author on multiple scientific papers resulting from this research.

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