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HMI World | Features
Dr. Homayoun Kazemi of Massachusetts General Hospital will direct a two-day program in March that will explore advances in respiratory medicine.
Seventh Annual Meeting of IAMA and Its Progress
The meeting was packed with activities including CME lectures, organized by Dr. K. Tabbador, Program Chairman, business meeting with many constructive suggestions, cultural speech by Dr. Frye, American Scholar from Harvard about Iranian heritage, art exhibits and recognition of Dr. Homayoun Kazemi, Chief of Pulmonary Department at Massachusetts General Hospital who was introduced by one of his Iranian students, combined meeting of the board members, committee's chairs and members, and last but not least, the magnificent and glamorous dinner dance organized by the host committee.
Specialty Practi-Med: Respiratory Medicine
HOMAYOUN KAZEMI, MD Dr. Kazemi is a Professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School and Chief Emeritus of the Pulmonary and Critical Care Unit at the Massachusetts General Hospital, where he headed the unit for over three decades.He
has been actively involved with undergraduate, graduate, and postgraduate medical educational teaching at Harvard Medical School
has published over 200 original papers in peer-reviewed journals, and has edited or written five books related to pulmonary medicine.He
has served on the editorial board of several journals, including the New England Journal of Medicine
.He has been a consultant to the NIH and the Federal Aviation Administration.His
research interests have been in control of ventilation and acid/base balance, occupational medicine, particularly beryllium disease, and pulmonary circulation.
I remember Dr. Homayoun ...
I remember Dr. Homayoun Kazemi of Harvard Medical School once stating quite frankly that bronchoscopies were paying for the college education of his children.
Past Research Fellowship Recipients
Homayoun Kazemi, M.D.