Dr. R. Graham Barr stands at the intersection of clinical acumen and research excellence, renowned for his contributions to internal medicine with a specific focus on respiratory epidemiology. His educational journey, which began at McGill University Faculty of Medicine and was further enriched at Massachusetts General Hospital, laid a robust foundation for his innovative research into asthma and COPD. His residency at Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center, NY, and internship at New York University Medical Center provided him with a deep clinical perspective that complements his research endeavors.
As the Hamilton Southworth Professor of Medicine and Epidemiology, Dr. Barr's leadership extends beyond patient care into groundbreaking research projects. He has been instrumental as a principal investigator in significant studies evaluating risk factors for respiratory conditions and the impact of environmental factors on lung health. His extensive language skills in French and Spanish further enable him to reach a diverse patient population, ensuring that his clinical expertise and research findings have a broad and inclusive impact.
He works in the internal medicine department.
Dr. Graham works at - NewYork-Presbyterian / Columbia University Irving Medical Center.
Dr. Graham specializes in diseases and treatments such as asthma, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, hormonal and analgesic risk factors.