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Alpha A Fowler | OMICS International
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Journal of Pulmonary & Respiratory Medicine
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Alpha A Fowler

 Consultant to the National Institutes of Health, the Food and Drug Administration.

Biography

 Alpha A. (Berry) Fowler, III, M.D., has been listed in the publication, “Best Doctors in America” for over 20 years and he is an award-winning teacher. Dr. Fowler was recently awarded the Virginia Commonwealth University Distinguished Teaching Award and the prestigious Outstanding Faculty Award by the State Council of Higher Education in Virginia. He has served as a consultant to the National Institutes of Health, the Food and Drug Administration and the pharmaceutical industry on the treatment of lung disease and lung injury. 

Fowler divides his time between the Medical Respiratory Intensive Care Unit, where he is pioneering treatments for acute respiratory distress syndrome and lung injury, the outpatient clinic where he treats patients with numerous lung diseases and his basic science laboratory, where he investigates the molecular basis of lung injury and the role of ascorbic acid in attenuating septic acute lung injury and organ failure.
Fowler is an NIH-supported investigator and under his leadership the Division of Pulmonary Disease and Critical Care Medicine has undergone tremendous growth with a tripling in the number of faculty, dramatic expansion of clinical responsibilities, and the listing of the VCU’s Pulmonary Disease and Critical Care Medicine Division in the recent US and World News Report as one of the nation’s best Pulmonary Disease and Critical Care Medicine Divisions.
Dr. Fowler mentors numerous medical students, Internal Medicine Residents, and Pulmonary/Critical Care Medicine Fellows.
Research Interest

 Molecular basis of lung injury and the role of ascorbic acid in attenuating septic acute lung injury and organ failure.

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