Kara Mould
Assistant Professor
Division of Pulmonary, Critical Care & Sleep Medicine
Department of Medicine
Kara Mould, MD, is a pulmonologist at National Jewish Health. Dr. Mould is in the Division of Pulmonary, Critical Care and Sleep Medicine.

Education

Education
Northwestern University, Feinberg School of Medicine (Chicago, IL), Doctor of Medicine, Masters of Public Health
University of Minnesota, College of Biological Sciences (Minneapolis, Minnesota), Bachelor of Science, Biochemistry and Microbiology
Residency
Emory University School of Medicine, Willis J. Hurst Internal Medicine Residency Training Program (Atlanta, GA), Internal Medicine Residency
Fellowship
University of Colorado School of Medicine (Denver, CO), Pulmonary Diseases and Critical Care Medicine Fellowship

Awards & Recognition

2016: Respiratory Disease Young Investigators’ Forum Oral Presentation Award
2016: American Thoracic Society International Meeting Abstract Scholarship
2015: American Thoracic Society International Meeting Abstract Scholarship
2011: Southern section of American Federation for Medical Research/Southern Society of Clinical Investigation Trainee Research Award

Board Certification

2015: Pulmonary Disease Certification
2012: Diplomate of American Board of Internal Medicine

Professional Memberships

2015 – Present: American Thoracic Society
2012 – 2013: American College of Physicians

Publications

Adams T, Fischer M, Marshall S, Mould K,  Shafiq M, Santen S, Shayne P.   “Does a Standardized Method for Communicating Patient Admissions to the Hospital Improve the Admission Handover?" Annals of Emergency Medicine 58.4 (2011): S257-S258.

McCubbrey AL, Barthel L, Mould KJ, Mohning MP, Redente EF, Janssen WJ.  Selective and inducible targeting of CD11b+ mononuclear phagocytes in the murine lung with hCD68-rtTA transgenic systems.  2016.  Am J Physiol Lung Cell Mol Physiol.  311(1)L87-100

Foster CL, Mould K, Reynolds P, Simonian PL, Erlandson KM.  Clinical problem-solving:  Sick as a dog.  2015.  N Engl J Med.  7(19): 1845-50

Fan X, Staitieh BS, Jensen JS, Mould KJ, Greenberg JA, Joshi PC, Koval M, Guidot DM.  Activating the Nrf2-mediated antioxidant response element restores barrier function in the alveolar epithelium of HIV-1 transgenic rats.  2013.  Am J Physiol Lung Cell Mol Physiol.  305(3):L267-77

Adley BP, Gleason KJ, Yang XJ, Stack MS.  Expression of membrane type 1 matrix metalloproteinase (MMP-14) in epithelial ovarian cancer:  high level of expression in clear cell carcinoma.  2009. Gynecologic Oncology.  112(2)319-24.

Teaching & Professional Positions

2016: “Introductory to Respiratory Failure” Internal Medicine Residency conference. University of Colorado School of Medicine, Aurora, CO
2016: “Pulmonary Function Tests” Small group workshop for medical students. Pulmonary Physiology Block. University of Colorado School of Medicine, Aurora, CO
2015 – 2016: “Management of Shock” Internal Medicine Residency conference. University of Colorado School of Medicine, Aurora, CO
2015: “Bronchiectasis and Airway Diseases” Small group workshop for medical students. Pulmonary Physiology Block. University of Colorado School of Medicine, Aurora, CO
2015: “Central Line Workshop” Small group interactive simulation for interns. University of Colorado School of Medicine, Aurora, CO
2012 – 2013: Chief Resident led Morning Report and Intern Report. Emory University Hospital Midtown, Atlanta, GA

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    1400 Jackson St.
    Denver, CO 80206

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