Shu-Yi Liao
Shu-Yi Liao, MD, is a pulmonologist at National Jewish Health. Dr. Liao is in the Division of Environmental & Occupational Health Sciences.
Assistant Professor
Division of Environmental & Occupational Health Sciences
Department of Medicine
Research AreasResearch Areas
  • Omics in Pulmonary Disease
  • Statistical Genetics
  • Systems Biology & Informatics
  • Asthma
  • Sarcoidosis

Special Interests

Occupational Lung Diseases, Sarcoidosis, Asthma, Omics, Systems Biology


Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, Boston, MA, Molecular Epidemiology/Environmental and Occupational Medicine
University of California, Riverside, CA, Internal Medicine
University of California, Riverside, CA, Internal Medicine
University of California, Davis, CA, Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine

Awards & Recognition

2019: Henry Christian Award, American Federation for Medical Research
2018: Benjamin Davis Memorial Award

Board Certification

2019: Pulmonary Disease
2016: Internal Medicine

Professional Memberships

American Thoracic Society

Teaching & Professional Positions

Assistant Professor, National Jewish Health

Website Information

Liao Laboratory

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  • Office: 877.225.5654



  • National Jewish Health Main Campus
    1400 Jackson St.
    Denver, CO 80206

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