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Thomas Jefferson University
Sidney Kimmel Medical College
Department of Medicine

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Wayne Bond Lau

Wayne Bond Lau, MD

Contact Dr. Lau

1020 Sansome Street
Suite 239
Philadelphia, PA 19107

(215) 955-6844
(215) 923-6225 fax

Medical School

Thomas Jefferson University, Jefferson Medical College, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania - 2004


Chief Resident, Emergency Medicine, Thomas Jefferson University Hospital, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Board Certification

Emergency Medicine

Hospital Appointment

Thomas Jefferson University Hospital
Methodist Hospital Division of Thomas Jefferson University Hospital

Research & Clinical Interests

Research Interests: myocardial ischemia/reperfusion injury

Other Expertise:
Chinatown Clinic, Volunteer Attending Physician  (2007-current)
Holy Redeemer Church, Chinatown, Philadelphia, PA

Professional Societies

American College of Emergency Physicians
Pennsylvania Chapter of American College of Emergency Physicians
Society for Academic Emergency Medicine


Most Recent Peer-Reviewed Publications

  1. Readmissions after hospital discharge with acute exacerbation of COPD: are we missing something?
  2. Lung cancer screening beyond low-dose computed tomography: The role of novel biomarkers
  3. Carbon nanotube-induced pulmonary granulomatous disease: Twist1 and alveolar macrophage M1 activation
  4. Alveolar macrophages of GM-CSF knockout mice exhibit mixed M1 and M2 phenotypes
  5. Extracorporeal membrane oxygenation to support whole-lung lavage in pulmonary alveolar proteinosis salvage of the drowned lungs
  6. Alveolar macrophage cathelicidin deficiency in severe sarcoidosis
  7. Rituximab therapy in pulmonary alveolar proteinosis improves alveolar macrophage lipid homeostasis
  8. Applied Anatomy of the Airways
  9. Alveolar macrophage activation in obese patients with obstructive sleep apnea
  10. An open-label trial of rituximab therapy in pulmonary alveolar proteinosis
  11. Novel murine model of chronic granulomatous lung inflammation elicited by carbon nanotubes
  12. Inflammatory profile and response to anti-tumor necrosis factor therapy in patients with chronic pulmonary sarcoidosis
  13. Restoration of PPARγ reverses lipid accumulation in alveolar macrophages of GM-CSF knockout mice
  14. Sleep and metabolism: An overview
  15. Montelukast added to fluticasone propionate does not alter inflammation or outcomes
  16. Targeted PPARγ deficiency in alveolar macrophages disrupts surfactant catabolism
  17. PPARγ regulates the expression of cholesterol metabolism genes in alveolar macrophages
  18. Alveolar proteinosis syndrome: Pathogenesis, diagnosis, and management
  19. Changes in chest roentgenogram of sarcoidosis patients during a clinical trial of infliximab therapy: Comparison of different methods of evaluation
  20. Deletion of PPARγ in alveolar macrophages is associated with a Th-1 pulmonary inflammatory response