Dr. Jesse Joad practices Pediatric Pulmonology in Sacramento, CA. Dr. Joad treats children who have breathing problems, or a problem with his or her lungs. Pediatric pulmonologists often treat children with chronic cough, difficulty breathing, recurring pneumonia, asthma, cystic fibrosis, apnea, chronic lung disease in premature infants, noisy breathing, and conditions that require special equipment to monitor and/or help with breathing at home.
Education and Training
Univ Of Ia Coll Of Med- Iowa City Ia 1978
Roy J Lucille A Carver College of Medicine At University of Iowa,Iowa City, Ia, United States 1978
Baylor College of Medicine, Houston, Texas 1978
PediatricsAmerican Board of PediatricsABP- Pediatric Pulmonology
- Chronic exposure to sidestream tobacco smoke augments lung C-fiber responsiveness in young guinea pigs.
- Three-dimensional mapping of ozone-induced acute cytotoxicity in tracheobronchial airways of isolated perfused rat lung.
- Chronic passive cigarette smoke exposure augments bronchopulmonary C-fibre inputs to nucleus tractus solitarii neurones and reflex output in young guinea-pigs.
- Smoking and pediatric respiratory health.
- The mammalian respiratory system and critical windows of exposure for children's health.
- Substance P in the nucleus of the solitary tract augments bronchopulmonary C fiber reflex output.
- Effect of respiratory pattern on ozone injury to the airways of isolated rat lungs.
- Allergic asthma induced in rhesus monkeys by house dust mite (Dermatophagoides farinae).
- Lung C-fiber CNS reflex: role in the respiratory consequences of extended environmental tobacco smoke exposure in young guinea pigs.
- Extended allergen exposure in asthmatic monkeys induces neuroplasticity in nucleus tractus solitarius.
- Methacholine responsiveness of proximal and distal airways of monkeys and rats using videomicrometry.
- Neuroplasticity in nucleus tractus solitarius neurons after episodic ozone exposure in infant primates.
- Repeated episodes of ozone inhalation amplifies the effects of allergen sensitization and inhalation on airway immune and structural development in Rhesus monkeys.
- Substance P presynaptically depresses the transmission of sensory input to bronchopulmonary neurons in the guinea pig nucleus tractus solitarii.
- Postnatal remodeling of the neural components of the epithelial-mesenchymal trophic unit in the proximal airways of infant rhesus monkeys exposed to ozone and allergen.
- Functional and morphologic changes caused by acute ozone exposure in the isolated and perfused rat lung.
- Plasticity of central mechanisms for cough.
- Air pollution and lymphocyte phenotype proportions in cord blood.
- Urban asthma.
- Structural and functional localization of airway effects from episodic exposure of infant monkeys to allergen and/or ozone.
- Plasticity in the nucleus tractus solitarius and its influence on lung and airway reflexes.
- Influence of air pollution on respiratory health during perinatal development.
- Plasticity of brainstem mechanisms of cough.
- Environmental tobacco smoke suppresses nuclear factor-kappaB signaling to increase apoptosis in infant monkey lungs.
- Air pollutants and cough.
- Asthma/allergic airways disease: does postnatal exposure to environmental toxicants promote airway pathobiology?
- Effects of environmental tobacco smoke on the developing immune system of infant monkeys.
- Early childhood lower respiratory illness and air pollution.
- The effects of inhaled corticosteroids on intrinsic responsiveness and histology of airways from infant monkeys exposed to house dust mite allergen and ozone.
- Neurones in commissural nucleus tractus solitarii required for full expression of the pulmonary C fibre reflex in rat.
- Effects of environmental tobacco smoke exposure on pulmonary immune response in infant monkeys.
- Perinatal environmental tobacco smoke exposure alters the immune response and airway innervation in infant primates.
- Effect of secondhand cigarette smoke, RSV bronchiolitis and parental asthma on urinary cysteinyl LTE4.
- Extended secondhand tobacco smoke exposure induces plasticity in nucleus tractus solitarius second-order lung afferent neurons in young guinea pigs.
- Central mechanisms I: plasticity of central pathways.
- Effect of perinatal secondhand tobacco smoke exposure on in vivo and intrinsic airway structure/function in non-human primates.
- Generational forecasting in academic medicine: a unique method of planning for success in the next two decades.
- Secondhand tobacco smoke exposure differentially alters nucleus tractus solitarius neurons at two different ages in developing non-human primates.
- Secondhand smoke exposure alters K+ channel function and intrinsic cell excitability in a subset of second-order airway neurons in the nucleus tractus solitarius of young guinea pigs.
- Issues and challenges of non-tenure-track research faculty: the UC Davis School of Medicine experience.
- House-dust mite allergen and ozone exposure decreases histamine H3 receptors in the brainstem respiratory nuclei.
- Characterization of the human peripheral lung adenosine receptor.
- Distinct tachykinin NK(1) receptor function in primate nucleus tractus solitarius neurons is dysregulated after second-hand tobacco smoke exposure.
- Air pollutants, genes and early childhood acute bronchitis.
- Exposing young guinea pigs to sidestream tobacco smoke decreases rapidly adapting receptor responsiveness.
- Ozone effects on mechanics and arachidonic acid metabolite concentrations in isolated rat lungs.
- Effect of adenosine receptor ligands on cAMP content in human airways and peripheral lung.
- Effects of ozone and neutrophils on function and morphology of the isolated rat lung.
- Substance P contributes to rapidly adapting receptor responses to pulmonary venous congestion in rabbits.
- Sidestream smoke exposure enhances rapidly adapting receptor responses to substance P in young guinea pigs.
- The local C-fiber contribution to ozone-induced effects on the isolated guinea pig lung.
- Nitric oxide contributes to substance P-induced increases in lung rapidly adapting receptor activity in guinea-pigs.
- Exposing guinea pigs to ozone for 1 wk enhances responsiveness of rapidly adapting receptors.
- Univ Iowa Hosps & Clinics, Pediatric Allergy; Univ Iowa Hosps & Clinics, Pediatrics
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