Mayy F. Chahla, MD

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Clinical Assistant Professor of Internal Medicine - General Internal Medicine

Contact Information

Primary Office: SE-629 GH
Iowa City, IA 52242
319-353-6894

Education

AA, Biology, Saddleback College
BS, Biological Sciences, University of California at Irvine
BS, Chemistry, University of California at Irvine
MD, Johns Hopkins University

Internship, Internal Medicine, Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center
Resident, Internal Medicine, Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center

Licensure and Certifications

Diplomate in Internal Medicine

Publications

Eberlein, M., Reed, R. M., Chahla, M., Bolukbas, S., Blevins, A., Van Raemdonck, D., Stanzi, A., Inci, I., Marasco, S., Shigemura, N., Aigner, C. & Deuse, T. (2017). Lobar lung transplantation from deceased donors: A systematic review. World journal of transplantation, 7(1), 70-80. PMID: 28280698.

Chahla, M., Larson, C. D., Parekh, K. R., Reed, R. M., Terry, P., Schmidt, G. A. & Eberlein, M. (2016). Transpleural Ventilation via Spiracles in Severe Emphysema Increases Alveolar Ventilation. Chest, 149(6), e161-7. PMID: 27287591.

Eberlein, M., Permutt, S., Brown, R. H., Brooker, A., Chahla, M. F., Bolukbas, S., Nathan, S. D., Pearse, D. B., Orens, J. B. & Brower, R. G. (2011). Supranormal expiratory airflow after bilateral lung transplantation is associated with improved survival. American journal of respiratory and critical care medicine, 183(1), 79-87. PMID: 20693376.

Chahla, M., Eberlein, M. & Wright, S. (2010). The effect of providing a USB syllabus on resident reading of landmark articles. Medical Education Online, 15. PMID: 20165697.

Eberlein, M., Chahla, M. F., Baierlein, S. A. & Mahon, R. T. (2009). A fall in Ghana. The American Journal of Medicine, 122(12), 1088-92. PMID: 19958884.

Chahla, M., Wooll, J., Laue, T. M., Nguyen, N. & Senear, D. F. (2003). Role of protein-protein bridging interactions on cooperative assembly of DNA-bound CRP-CytR-CRP complex and regulation of the Escherichia coli CytR regulon. Biochemistry, 42(13), 3812-25. PMID: 12667072.