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Prof. Brian Graham

Prof. Brian Graham

Overview

Brian Graham is currently Professor Emeritus at the University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, Canada in the Division of Respirology, Critical Care and Sleep Medicine and has been a member of the Division since 1976.

He spent most of his career doing research on pulmonary function testing. He chaired both of the joint American Thoracic Society and European Respiratory Society task forces to develop international standards for the measurement of diffusing capacity of the lung in 2017 and for the measurement of spirometry in 2019.

He received the 2020 American Thoracic Society Robert Crapo Lifetime Achievement Award, which recognizes seminal advances in the use of pulmonary function testing, diagnostics, standardization and application that has impacted diagnostic approaches and pulmonary function testing on a global scale.

He also received the 2021 Canadian Thoracic Society Distinguished Achievement Award in recognition of his exceptional service as an innovative leader and researcher in the field of pulmonary function standards and testing.

United States
Professor
English
1 Course available
193 Reviews

On-demand

Replay - Understanding and Implementing the ATS/ERS 2019 Spirometry Guidelines into your Pulmonary Function Laboratory; what's new, what's improved
Other
Online
Replay
4.7

Reviews

Global Review
4.7 /5
Pedagogy
4.7 /5
Organisation
4.7 /5
Knowledge aquired
4.6 /5
Recommendation
4.8 /5
Nov 4, 2021
Amy S. Great webinar. Very informative.
Nov 4, 2021
Simon Y.
Nov 4, 2021
Ryan F. Good discussion
Nov 4, 2021
Annie M.
Nov 4, 2021
Tammy S. When will the video link be available?
Nov 4, 2021
Britt B.

Work Experience

Professor Emeritus Department of Medecine
Since 2014
University of Saskatchewan
Professor Department of Medecine
1986 to 2014
University of Saskatchewan
Associate Member College of Graduate Studies and Research
1980 to 2014
University of Saskatchewan

Education

PhD, Biomedical Engineering
1976
University of Saskatchewan
MSc, Mechanical Engineering
1974
University of Saskatchewan
BE, Engineering Physics (with distinction)
1972
University of Saskatchewan

Pubmed

SARS-CoV-2 Viral Variants-Tackling a Moving Target.
2021
JAMA Read it here

Honors

Canadian Thoracic Society Distiguished Achievement Award
2021
American Thoracic Society Dr. Robert Crapo Memorial Lifetime Achievement Award in Pulmonary Diagnostics
2020
Honorary Life Membership Canadian Lung Association
2016