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Robert Winn, M.D.

Assistant Professor of Medicine



Robert Winn, M.D.
Assistant Professor of Medicine

University of Colorado Denver


robert.winn@ucdenver.edu

 

 

EDUCATION/TRAINING

University of Notre Dame, South Bend, IN
1987  B.A.  Psychology 

University of Michigan Medical School, Ann Arbor, MI
1993  M.D.  Medicine 

POST GRADUATE TRAINING

1997 - 2000
Fellowship in Pulmonary/Critical Care Medicine, University of Colorado, Denver, CO

1996 - 1997
Chief Resident, Rush-Presbyterian-St-Luke's Medical Center, Chicago, IL

1994 - 1996
Residency in Internal Medicine, Rush-Presbyterian-St. Luke's Medical Center

1993 - 1994
Internship in Internal Medicine, Rush-Presbyterian-St. Luke's Medical Center

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

2001 - present
Assistant Professor-UCD Department of Medicine

2001 - present
Director of Denver VAMC Pulmonary Function and Exercise Testing Laboratory

2000 - present
Attending Staff Physician Denver Veterans Affairs Medical Center

2001 - present
Staff Investigator CVP Laboratory UCD

2000 - 2001
Instructor-UCD Department of Medicine

1996 - 1997
Instructor-Rush-Presbyterian-St-Luke's Medical Center, Chicago, IL

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS


Winn RA, Bremnes R, Bemis L, Franklin W, Cool C, Miller Y, and Heasley, LE, g-catenin expression is reduced or absent in a subset of human lung cancers and re-expression inhibits transformed cell growth (accepted for pub Oncogene Aug 2002).


Ueda M, Gemmill RM, West J, Winn R, et al. Mutations of the b and g-catenin genes are uncommon in human lung , breast, kidney, cervical, and ovarian carcinomas. British Journal of Cancer. 2001, 85(1), 64-68.


Winn RA, Bemis L ,West JD, Drabkin H, and Heasley, LE, Wnt Pathway as Tumor Suppressor in Lung Cancer (Submitted PNAS).


Winn RA, Stoeckli T, Wilson M, Burman W, Schwarz MI, and Chan E: . Multiple Pulmonary Nodules in an HIV Positive Man on Highly Active Antiretroviral Thearpy (accepted for pub Chest Dec. 2001).


Chan ED, Kalayanamit T, Lynch D, Tuder R, Arndt P, Winn RA, Schwarz MI. Mycoplasma pneumoniae-associated bronchiolitis causing restrictive lung disease in adults. Chest.1999 Apr; 115(4): 1188-94


Wick M, Hurteau G, Dessev C, Chan D, Geraci M, Winn RA, Heasley L, and Nemenoff R. Peroxisome Proliferator-activated receptor-g is a target of non-Steroidal anti-iflammatory drugs mediating Cyclooxygenase-independent Inhibition of Lung Cancer Cell Growth .

(accepted for pub Aug 2002 Mol Pharm)
Winn RA, Aronsen E, Langmack E, and Chan E. Vascular ring syndromes in adults, a case report and literature review (in progress).


Winn RA, Herdegen JJ A 39-year-old man with acute left chest pain. Diagnostic Strategies for Internal Medicine, pg. 700-706. Mosby: St. Louis, 1995. 




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