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Jonathan Siner, MD

Associate Professor Term; Clinical Section Chief, Section of Pulmonary, Critical Care and Sleep Medicine, Internal Medicine; Medical Director, Tele-ICU, Internal Medicine; Associate Chief Safety Officer, Yale New Haven Health

Contact Information

Jonathan Siner, MD

Mailing Address

  • Pulmonary, Critical Care & Sleep Medicine

    PO Box 208057, 300 Cedar Street

    New Haven, CT 06520-8057

    United States

Research Summary

Dr. Siner began his career investigating modulators of hyperoxic acute lung injury and performed translational research examining the role of circulating growth factors in the sepsis syndrome and their relationship to outcomes in the intensive care unit. He was the recipient of an F32 NIH National Research Service Award (NRSA) which supported his investigation of the role of VEGF and HO-1 in cytoprotection from hyperoxia induced acute lung injury. His has developed expertise in patient safety and quality in the domains of critical care and tele-medicine (Tele-ICU) and has several active projects to reduce adverse events from ICU readmissions and unexpected cardiac arrest. Active areas of research including improving implemenetation of low tidal volume ventilation (participant in multi-center RO1 investigating facilitators and barriers to LTVV and network effects) and a recently commenced multi-center RO1 investigating dysphagia after mechanical ventilation for acute respiratory failure. Through his leadership roles in the Tele-ICU and the Yale-New Haven Health System ICU Committee he is developing data tools to easily facilitate quality and safety improvements in the intensive care unit



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Research Interests

Hospital Administration; Intensive Care Units; Pulmonary Medicine; Safety Management; Sepsis; Translational Medical Research

Selected Publications

Clinical Trials