MD, Yale University School Of Medicine, 1994 - 1999
MA, Dartmouth College, 1988 - 1992
New York University Medical Center, Pulmonary/Critical Care Medicine, 2002 - 2005
- Internship & Residency
Columbia-Presbyterian Medical Center, Internal Medicine, 1999 - 2002
- Board Certifications
American Board Of Internal Medicine - Certified, 2002
Subspecialty Board Of Critical Care - Certified, 2005
Subspecialty Board Of Pulmonary Disease - Certified, 2004
Get to Know Me
What are some of the specific conditions you treat?
I treat a wide range of pulmonary disorders including COPD, emphysema, chronic bronchitis, lung nodules, asthma, interstitial lung disease, hypersensitivity pneumonitis, bronchiectasis, pulmonary embolism, pneumonia, sarcoidosis, cough and shortness of breath. I also treat complex patients who are critically ill in the intensive care units.
What techniques or procedures do you use in your practice?
Some of the techniques that I use in my practice are bronchoscopy, thoracentesis, percutaneous tracheostomy, central venous and arterial catheters, intubation and thoracic ultrasound.
Describe some of your professional highlights.
It has been a pleasure to serve the Valley community for more than a decade and a half. I am proud of my efforts to establish and support a resilient team of critical care specialists, including outstanding nurse practitioners and physician assistants, who can give timely and expert care to the sickest patients at any hour of the day. I am also proud to collaborate with clinical staff in our hospital-based and office-based clinical teams to create a positive workplace and environment where patients can receive excellent and safe care. I participate in multiple committees to improve the safety and quality of our care.
What would you like patients to know about your approach to care?
I believe in listening to the patient in front of you and putting in the effort to get the patient to resources that will help them.
What inspired you to become a doctor?
Initially, it was seeing how a pediatric hematologist/oncologist was able to affect a large number of children by supporting a summer camp for children with cancer and blood disorders; treating kids who were on therapy during their stay. Although I didn't go into pediatrics, I was inspired by the way a doctor could sometimes help not just the physical health of the patient in front of them, but also a whole community.
Awards & Accolades
Physician Champion Award
NJ Sharing Network
Fellow Teaching Award
NYU Pulmonary/Critical Care Division
2003 & 2004
Dr. Joseph M. Muschel Housestaff Award 2002
Publications & Research
Jacoby SC, Gagnon E, Caron L, Chang J, Isenring P. Inhibition of Na+-K+-2Cl- cotransport by mercury. Am J of Physiol. 1999 Oct. 277(4 Pt 1):C684-92.
Isenring P, Jacoby SC, Forbush B III. Mutagenic mapping of the Na+-K+-2Cl- cotransporter for domains involved in ion transport and bumetinide binding. J Gen Physiol. 1998 Nov; 112: 549-558.
Isenring P, Jacoby SC, Forbush B III. The role of transmembrane domain 2 in cation transport by the Na+-K+-2Cl- cotransporter. Proc Natl Acad Sci. 1998 Jun 9; 95(12): 7179-7184.
Isenring P, Jacoby SC, Payne JA, Forbush B III. Comparison of Na+-K+-2Cl- cotransporters. NKCC1, NKCC2, and the HEK cell Na-K-Cl cotransporter. J Biol Chem. 1998 May 1; 273(18): 11295-11301.
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