Carrie A Redlich MD, MPH

Professor of Medicine (Occupational Medicine); Director, Occupational and Environmental Medicine Program

Departments & Organizations


Cancer Center, Yale

Skin Diseases Research Center, Yale

Internal Medicine: General Internal Medicine | Pulmonary, Critical Care & Sleep Medicine: Winchester Chest Clinic; Asthma and Airways Disease, Yale Center for; Occupational & Environmental Lung Diseases Program | Occupational & Environmental Medicine

Cancer Prevention and Control


Dr. Redlich, a graduate of Williams College and Yale University School of Medicine, is trained in internal medicine, pulmonary medicine, and occupational and environmental medicine. Her clinical practice and research interests focus on occupational and environmental lung diseases, in particular work-related asthma, and health effects and prevention of exposure to isocyanates, chemicals widely used to produce polyurethane foams and coatings and other products.


  • M.P.H., Yale University , 05/1988
  • M.D., Yale University , 1982

Selected Publication

  • Henneberger P, Redlich CA, Toren K, Callahan D, Harver P, Lemiere C, Martin J, Tarlo S, Vandenplas O. American Thoracic Society Statement: Work-exacerbated Asthma. Proceedings of the American Thoracic Society. 2011, in press.

Latest Honor and Recognition

  • Best Doctors in New York(2011) , New York Magazine
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