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Charles Wiener, M.D.
Director Emeritus, Osler Internal Medicine Training Program
Professor of Medicine
Expertise: Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine
Research Interests: Pulmonary hypertension outcomes; Clinical and translational research in ALS
Dr. Charles Wiener is a Professor of Medicine in the Physiology and Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine departments. He studies medical education, pulmonary circulation and hypoxia and respiratory muscle function in neuromuscular diseases.
Dr. Wiener holds a bachelor’s degree from Duke University and a medical degree from the University of Miami. He completed his residency at the University of Washington in Seattle and fellowships at the Royal Post-Graduate Medical School at Hammersmith Hospital in London and at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine before joining the faculty in 1991. Dr. Wiener is also a section editor of JAMA Grand Rounds and an associate editor of the American Journal of Medicine. His work has been recognized with a Professors Teaching Award and a George Stuart Award for Clinical Teaching from the School of Medicine.
- Director Emeritus, Osler Internal Medicine Training Program
- Vice President of Academic Affairs and Medical Director, Johns Hopkins Medicine International
- Professor of Medicine
- MD, University of Miami Miller School of Medicine (1982)
- American Board of Internal Medicine / Critical Care Medicine (1993)
- American Board of Internal Medicine / Internal Medicine (1986)
- American Board of Internal Medicine / Pulmonary Disease (1992)
- Critical Care Medicine
- Internal Medicine
Research & Publications
Medical education, pulmonary circulation and hypoxia, respiratory muscle function in neuromuscular diseases.
Selected PublicationsView all on Pubmed
Wiener CM, Thompson SJ, Wu S, Chellappa M, Hasham S. Is there a role for academic medical centers in emerging markets? World Hosp Health Serv. 2012;48(4):4-6. PMID: 23484425
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