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Anthony Szema is Co-Investigator with the Columbia University Global Psychiatric Epidemiology Group CDC NIOSH U01 “911 Trauma and Toxicity in Childhood: Longitudinal Health and Behavioral Outcomes”, studying children exposed to the World Trade Center disaster on September 11, 2001.
Dr. Szema is Clinical Associate of Professor of Medicine
(Pulmonary/Critical Care, Allergy/Immunology), Occupational Medicine, Epidemiology, and Preventive Medicine (Population Health) at the Donald and Barbara Zucker School of Medicine at Hofstra/Northwell, where he is Editor of Textbook of World Trade Center Pulmonary Diseases and Associated Multi-Organ System Effects (Springer Publishing) and Unusual Diseases with Common Symptoms.
Professor Szema directs The Sergeant Joseph Sullivan Circle-funded International Center of Excellence in Deployment Health and Medical Geosciences at Northwell Health; in 2012, the Medical Society of the State of New York awarded Szema the Albion O. Bernstein Award for discovering Iraq-Afghanistan War Lung Injury (IAW-LI), which is a bioterrorism and inhalational disaster related to Improvised Explosive Devices, Burn Pits, sandstorms, air pollution and aeroallergens.
Szema is Research Assistant Professor in engineering at Stony Brook University.
He also has a part-time private practice, Three Village Allergy & Asthma, South Setauket, NY and a startup drug development incubator to commercialize VIP to treat lung fibrosis.
Szema received his M.D. from Albany Medical College, Albany, NY. His internship in medicine was at Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center, residency in medicine at Hahnemann University Hospital. At Columbia University (Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center), he completed three fellowships and postdoctoral research in pulmonary diseases, critical care medicine, clinical adult and pediatric allergy/immunology and rheumatology research.
BY Dr. ANTHONY SZEMA
Unusual Diseases with Common Symptoms: A Clinical Casebook
Rogue Bee: True story of Lt. Col. Darrin Curtis who risked his career try to stop Burn Pits in Iraq and Afghanistan
World Trade Center Pulmonary Diseases and Multi-Organ System Manifestations