date of preparation: 4/19/96
HARI K. DANDAPANTULA, MD
Detroit, MI 48235 Work Telephone: (313) 966-3600
MBBS, MD Kakatiya Medical College, Warangal, A.P, India
Fellowship in Critical Care, Wayne State University, Detroit, Michigan.
Residency in Internal Medicine, Wayne State University, Detroit, Michigan.
7/03 – 6/06
Attending Physician, Internal Medicine/Critical Care, Detroit Medical
Center, Wayne State University, Detroit, Michigan
HOSPITAL OR OTHER PROFESSIONAL APPOINTMENTS
7/06 – present
Research Fellow, Division of Cardiology and Department of Internal
Medicine, Wayne State University, Detroit, Michigan
PROFESSIONAL SOCIETY MEMBERSHIPS
1998 – present American College of Physicians-American Society of Internal Medicine
1999 – present Michigan State Medical Society
1999 – present Wayne County Medical Society
2001 – present American Society of Critical Care Medicine
LICENSURE AND BOARD CERTIFICATION
American Board of Critical Care Medicine
HONORS AND AWARDS
Outstanding Fellow, Division of Critical Care, Wayne State University, Detroit,
Best outgoing resident, Ambulatory Clinic, Sinai-Grace Hospital, Detroit, Michigan.
Hari K. Dandapantula, MD Curriculum Vitae Page 2 8/89
Honors in pathology, Kaktiya Medical College, Warangal, A.P, India.
First prize for essay writing, Kakatiya Medical College, Warangal, A.P, India.
Cholesterol as a Parameter to Differentiate Pleural Exudates from
Transudates.” Certified and accepted by the University of Health
Trained in Teaching Residents and Medical students at a teaching
program “Retreat” Wayne State University, Detroit, MI.
8/92 – 8/95
Teaching Assistant to undergraduate students, Section of Pulmonary
Medicine, Kakatiya Medical College, Warangal, A.P., India
7/06 to Present: Research Fellowship in Cardiology. Trained in animal investigation. Presently working
on role of Aqueous Oxygen in relief of Re-perfusion Myocardial Injury.
1996-1998, Houston, Texas under supervision of Dr. Abdul Ali, Associate Professor of Cardiology,
University of Texas at Houston.
Sub-Investigator: Assessment of algorithm of adjunctive treatment with “Meridia” (Sibutramine
Hydrochloride) for weight loss in obese patients.
Sub-Investigator: Controlled Onset Verapamil Investigator of Cardiovascular Endpoints (CONVINCE)
Sub-Investigator: Prospective Observation with Effectiveness of Ramipril (POWER) study.
Sub-Investigator: “Avapro” Surveillance Trial.
Sub-Investigator: Azimilide Dihydrochloride versus Placebo on Survival in Recent Post-Myocardial
Infarction patients at Risk of sudden Death (ALIVE) study. SCIENTIFIC POSTER PRESENTATIONS:
Multiple Myeloma presenting as an intra-cardiac mass––a rare and unusual presentation. American College of Physicians/American Society of Internal Medicine (ACP/ASIM), Michigan Chapter, Detroit Regional Medical Conference, Detroit, MI.
Poster: H65: The Yield of Open Lung Biopsy in Patients with Hematologic Malignancies or Bone Marrow Presented at American Thoracic Society annual meeting in Seattle, Washington.
Hari K. Dandapantula, MD
Page 3 GRANT APPLICATIONS
: Hari K. Dandapantula
, MD (Critical Care Fellow, Wayne State University), Edouard Daher, MD (Chief
of Cardiology, John D Dingell VA Medical Center, Detroit, MI), Renate Soulen, MD (Professor of
Radiology, Wayne State University), Kamal Mubarak, MD (Director, Pulmonary Hypertension Clinic,
Wayne State University)––Study to Evaluate Right Ventricular Ejection Fraction as Index of Response
and Severity in Therapy for Pulmonary Arterial Hypertension. (funded.)
Hari K. Dandapantula
, MD, Paul Swerdlow, MD (Director, Sickle Cell Disease Program, Wayne State
University), Kamal K. Mubarak, MD - Randomized Evaluation in Sickle Cell disease. Use of Endothelin
antagonism. (submitted for funding ) Hari K. Dandapantula
, MD, Paul Swerdlow, MD, Kamal K. Mubarak, MD––Randomized Evaluation of
Drug therapy In Sickle Cell disease: use Of Viagra and Estimation of morbidity Reduction. (Submitted
Hari K. Dandapantula
, MD, Eduard Daher, MD - Potential Mechanism of Recruitment of Hibernating
Myocardium and Prediction of Improvement in Left Ventricular Function with Beta-Blockers in Patients
with Congestive Heart Failure using Positron Emission Tomography (pending submission)
Hari K. Dandapantula
, MD, Kamal K. Mubarak, MD: Pulmonary Arterial Hypertension––
pathobiology and therapy––(submitted for publication).
1.Qureshi MA, Girgis RE, Dandapantula HK
, et al. Increased exhaled nitric oxide following autologous
peripheral hematopoietic stem-cell transplantation: a potential marker of idiopathic pneumonia syndrome. Chest 2004; 125:281-287
2. Dandapantula HK
, Guzman JA, Ahmed HP, Khanchandani G, Soubani AO. The yield of open lung
biopsy in patients with hematoloigc malignancies or bone marrow transplantation. AJRCCM, Abstract
publication page A243, 2003.
3. Dandapantula, HK, Katkuri
“Don’t blame it all on reperfusion” Published in Heart Journal
BMJ in December 2006.
4. Dandapantula, HL
, Katkuri, Hima: “Partnership with patients-How much Partnership” Accepted for
publication in Chest Journal
, Chandu, L: Sudden cardiac death-what about atrial fibrillation-accepted for
publication in ANEP.
Chest 2004; 125:11-3
. Editorial commentary
on article––Increased exhaled nitric oxide following
autologous peripheral hematopoietic stem-cell transplantation: a potential marker of idiopathic pneumonia
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