Terry Earl Robinson

Terry Earl Robinson

Cystic fibrosis specialist

Bio:   My research interests focus on the long term effects of chronic lung disease on respiratory structure and resultant lung function. Lab research involves measuring structural function with serial CT imaging at similar lung volumes and expiratory CT scans to optimize evaluation of regional small airway disease. The advantage of understanding the molecular and physiologic events of lung disease provides the opportunity for preemptive medical intervention before symptoms appear.

Professional Education

  • Board Certification: Pediatric Pulmonary, American Board of Pediatrics (2002)
  • Medical Education: Brown University Program (1990) RI
  • Internship: Stanford University School of Medicine Registrar (1991) CA
  • Residency: Stanford University School of Medicine Registrar (1993) CA
  • Fellowship: Stanford University School of Medicine Registrar (1997) CA

Honors & Awards

  • Honorary Invited Participant, Leuven, Belgium, European Respiratory Society (February 2007)
  • Honorary Invited Speaker Annual Scientific Meeting, Sydney, Australia, Auckland, New Zealand,, The Thoracic Society of Australia & New Zealand and ANZSRS (March 2007)
  • Provider of the Year, Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, Northern California Chapter (October 2006)

Administrative Appointments

  • Medical Specialties Peer Review Committee, LPCH (2005 - 2007)
  • Packard Children's Hospital Resident Education Committee, LPCH (2001 - 2002)

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