New Haven, CT
Dr. Carrie A. Redlich
Director, Occupational and Environmental Medicine Program
Yale School of Medicine
Dr. Redlich obtained her medical degree in 1982 from Yale University School of Medicine and went on to expand her education through various residencies and fellowships. Currently, she serves as the Director of the Occupational and Environmental Medicine Program, as well as the Professor of Occupational Medicine at the Yale School of Medicine. Very early on in her career, Dr. Redlich became board certified in internal medicine and occupational medicine.
Dr. Redlick has wide-ranging expertise, including various lung diseases and prevention. In addition to her two positions, Dr. Redlick continues her own clinical research, sharing her knowledge as an author and co-author of many different publications.
Main Specialty: Internal Medicine, Pulmonary Medicine, Occupational and Environmental Medicine
Other Interests & Specialties: Internal medicine, pulmonary medicine, occupational and environmental medicine, occupational and environmental lung diseases (such as asbestosis), work-related asthma and health effects and prevention of exposure to isocyanates (chemicals used in the production of polyurethane products).
Certifications, Awards & Accolades: American Board of Internal Medicine Certification in Internal Medicine, American Board of Preventive Medicine Certification in Occupational Medicine, American Board of Internal Medicine Certification in Pulmonary Subspecialty, Executive Leadership in Academic Medicine (ELAM) Fellowship at Drexel University College of Medicine, diplomat of the National Board of Examiners, diplomat of the American Board of Internal Medicine
Education & Experience:
- Masters Degree in Public Health from Yale University
- Medical Degree from Yale University College of Medicine
- Internship at Yale University College of Medicine
- Residency in Internal Medicine at Yale University College of Medicine
- Fellowship Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine at University of Washington
- Fellowship in Occupational and Environmental Medicine at Yale University College of Medicine
Asbestosis and environmental causes of usual interstitial pneumonia. Current Opinion In Pulmonary Medicine. March 2015;21(2):193-200. doi: 10.1097/MCP.0000000000000144
Longitudinal assessment of lung function decline in the occupational setting. Current Opinion In Allergy And Clinical Immunology. April 2015;15(2):145-9. doi: 10.1097/ACI.0000000000000153
Skin and respiratory symptoms among workers with suspected work-related disease. Occupational Medicine (Oxford, England). September 2012; 62(6):420-6. doi: 10.1093/occmed/kqs133