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  • 1. CURRICULUM VITAE ALAIN TREMBLAY I. BIOGRAPHICAL DATA Office Address: Health Sciences Centre 3330 Hospital Drive NW Calgary, AB, T2N 4N1 Office: (403) 220-2551 Clinic:(403) 210-3866 Fax: (403) 944-1577 E-mail: alain.tremblay@ucalgary.ca Current Appointment: Clinical Associate Professor Department of Medicine, Division of Respiratory Medicine Department of Oncology, Division of Medical Oncology Faculty of Medicine, University of Calgary Full Member, Southern Alberta Cancer Research Institute Associate Member, Institute of Infection, Immunity & Inflammation, University of Calgary II. ACADEMIC RECORD i. Undergraduate 1990Diploma of collegial Studies (DEC) in Health Sciences John Abbott College, Ste-Anne-de-Bellevue, PQ 1991 Med. P. McGill University, Montreal, PQ 1995 M.D.C.M. McGill University, Montreal, PQ ii. Special professional 2000 Cours de bronchoscopie d’intervention, Université de Montréal, Montréal, PQ 2001 Clinical elective – interventional bronchoscopy Supervisor: Dr. Atul Mehta Cleveland Clinic Foundation, Cleveland, OH, USA 2001 Clinical Elective – interventional bronchoscopy Supervisor: Dr. Charles-Hugo Marquette Centre Hospitalier Universitaire Régional de Lille, France Revised: October 25, 2010 Page 1 of 14
  • 2. 2001 Thoracic Oncology Training Supervisor: Dr. D. Fossella, MD Anderson Cancer Centre, Houston, TX. USA iii. Graduate and Postdoctoral 1995-1998 Internal Medicine Residency Program McGill University, Montreal, PQ 1998-2001 Fellowship, Pulmonary & Critical Care Medicine Baylor College of Medicine, Houston, TX, USA iv. Licensure, Certification and Boards: 1994, 1996 Advanced Cardial Life Support course 1995 Part 1 (LMCC) 1996 Part 2 (LMCC) 1998 Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada, Certification in Internal Medicine (FRCPC) 1998 Diplomate in Internal Medicine (ABIM) 2000 Certification in Pulmonary Medicine (CMQ) 2000 Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada, Certification in Pulmonary Medicine (FRCPC) 2000 Diplomate in Respiratory Medicine (ABIM) 2001 Diplomate in Critical Care Medicine (ABIM) 2001 College of Physicians & Surgeons of Alberta, Medical license in Internal Medicine, Respiratory Medicine and Critical Care Medicine 2003 Fellow of the American College of Chest Physicians (FCCP) III. AWARDS AND DISTINCTIONS 1991 Shirley Nancy Endman Prize for cardiovascular physiology. 1995 Finalist, Alexander D. Stewart Prize given to a member of the McGill Medical School graduating class who presents in every respect the highest qualification to practice and profession. 1997 Dr. Ezra Lozinsky Prize in Clinical Medicine awarded annually to a medical resident training in one of the McGill teaching hospitals who demonstrates outstanding qualities of compassion, understanding, and acceptance of responsibility for ongoing care. 2001 American College of Chest Physicians, CHEST Foundation Young Investigator Award. Impact of Body Mass Index on outcomes following critical care. 2006 Gold Star Teaching Award, Respiratory Course, class of 2008. Revised: October 25, 2010 Page 2 of 14
  • 3. 2006 Research Preceptor Award – Dept of Medicine, University of Calgary 2007 Innovation Award - Dept of Medicine, University of Calgary IV. ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS 2006-current Clinical Associate Professor Department of Medicine, Division of Respiratory Medicine Department of Oncology, Division of Medical Oncology Faculty of Medicine The University of Calgary 2001-2006 Clinical Assistant Professor Department of Medicine, Division of Respiratory Medicine Department of Oncology, Division of Medical Oncology Faculty of Medicine The University of Calgary 2002-current Director Interventional Pulmonary Medicine Calgary Health Region/ University of Calgary V. EDUCATIONAL ACTIVITIES i. Undergraduate 2001-present Bedside clinical teaching for undergraduate students rotating through the FMC Respiratory Medicine consultation service 2002 Preceptor, Integrative 2 Course (MDCN 413) 2002-present Preceptor, Clinical Correlation Teaching (MDCN 307) 2002-present Small group tutor, MDCN 307 2003-present Unit Leader, Lung malignancy, MDCN 307 2004 Supervisor for student elective research project (TOP review, Magnus Breitling) 2005-06 Supervisor, Medicine 440 Course: Nishi Varshney. ii. Graduate (course and student supervision) Revised: October 25, 2010 Page 3 of 14
  • 4. 2001-present Bedside clinical teaching for internal medicine and anaesthesia residents rotating through the FMC Respiratory Medicine consultation service 2002-present Lecturer, Emergency Lecture Series for 1st year Internal Medicine Residents 2003-present Preceptor, First year Internal Medicine Resident Clinical Examination Sessions 2004-present Supervisor for resident research projects • Sarah Robbins, R2 IM. Natural history of asymptomatic MPE” • Cindy Mason, IM, “Outcomes in patients with MPE and fully re-expanded lung following Pleurx placement” (won best poster award at Resident Research Day) 2003-present Lecturer, Nurse practitioner program. University of Calgary. 2006 Content expert for General Surgery Residency core curriculum review. iii. Postgraduate (research and clinical fellows) 2001-present Bedside clinical teaching for Respiratory Medicine Fellows rotating through the FMC Respiratory Medicine consultation service 2002-present 2001-2004 Lecturer, Medical Oncology Training Program Core Curriculum 2003-2005 Supervisor of Respiratory Fellow’s weekly outpatient clinic (Charlene Fell) 2003-2004 Research supervisor for Respiratory Fellow (Luc Berthiaume – Asymptomatic MPE study) 2004-2006 Research supervisor for Respiratory Fellow (Charlene Fell – Management of Primary Spontaneous Pneumothorax:A Pilot Study and Prospective, Randomized, Multi-centre Clinical Trial proposal to Canadian Thoracic Society Clinical Trials Group) 2005-2006 Research Supervisor for Respiratory Fellow (Julie Jarand) – Survey of Bronchoscopy Training in Canadian Respirology Training Programs. 2004-present Supervisor, elective blocks in Interventional Pulmonary Medicine Revised: October 25, 2010 Page 4 of 14
  • 5. • Milan Patel, Resp fellow, University of Toronto. March 2004 • Paul MacEachern, Internal Medicine Resident, University of Calgary. Sept 2004 • Rod Hafezi, Resp Fellow, University of Saskatchewan. November 2004 • David Stather, Resp Fellow, University of Toronto. February 2005 • Charlene Fell, Resp fellow, University of Calgary June 2005 • Julie Jarand, Resp fellow, University of Calgary, July 2005 • Andrea Loewen, Resp fellow, University of Calgary August 2005 • Sukarno Chaudhry, IPM Fellow, Oct 2005-Jan 2006. • Antoine Delage, Resp Fellow, Universite de Montreal June 2006. • David Stather, IPM Fellow, July 2006-June 2007. • Kam Soghrati, Resp Fellow, U of Toronto. March 2007. • Sachin Penharkar, Resp Fellow, University of Calgary. June 2007. • Bao Dang, Resp Fellow, University of Saskatchewan. August 2007. • Christopher Hergott, Resp Fellow, University of Western Ontario. September 2007. • Paul MacEachern, IPM Fellow, July 07-Jun 08. iv. Continuing medical education Revised: October 25, 2010 Page 5 of 14
  • 6. 1. Faculty, Difficult Airway Postgraduate Course. Lecture - Management of Massive Hemoptysis. Hands-on session – Rigid Bronchoscopy. CHEST 2007, Chicago, October 2007. 2. Faculty – Montreal Interventional Bronchoscopy Course. June 2007, Montreal, Qc. 3. Faculty, Lahey Clinic Interventional Pulmonology course, March 2007, Burlington, MA. 4. Faculty, Lahey Clinic Thoracic Ultrasound for Pulmonologists course. March 2007, Burlington, MA. 5. Faculty – David Thompson Health Region Cardio Respiratory Conference. Lung Cancer Update. Red Deer, March 2007. 6. Faculty, Difficult Airway Postgraduate Course. Management of Massive Hemoptysis. CHEST 2006, Salt Lake City. 7. Course Director – Endobronchial Ultrasonography Course – University of Calgary, Feb 7&8th, 2007. 8. Faculty – Montreal Interventional Bronchoscopy Course. May 2006, Montreal, Qc. 9. Faculty – Alberta Respiratory Diseases Symposium. April 2006, Banff, Alberta. 10.Faculty - European Respiratory Society School - XIXth Intensive Hands-on Course in Interventional Bronchoscopy, Lille, France. Dec 2005. 11.Faculty - ATS Post-graduate course 2005: The Difficult Airway. June 20th, 2005, San Diego. 12.Faculty – David Thompson Health Region Cardio Respiratory Conference. Lung Cancer. Red Deer, March 12th, 2005. 13.Faculty - ACCP 11th Fellows course. Rigid Bronchoscopy workshop. CHEST 2004, Seattle WA. October 23rd, 2004. 14.Faculty - XVIth Intensive Hands-on Course in Interventional Bronchoscopy, Lille, France. June 2004. 15.Co-chair and advisory committee member for the 3rd Annual Western Lung Cancer Conference, Vancouver, March 5-6, 2004. 16.Faculty - Palliative Care Updates, February 5th, 2004. Banff, AB. 17.Faculty - The Airway Workshop, CHEST 2003 annual meeting. Orlando FL. Oct 2003. 18.Faculty - Management of Patients in Hospitals: A course for Hospitalists and Family Physicians - 2003. (University of Calgary, Faculty of Medicine Office of CME and Professional Development) 19.Faculty - Cancer Care 2003 Conference (University of Calgary, Faculty of Medicine Office of CME and Professional Development) Revised: October 25, 2010 Page 6 of 14
  • 7. 20.Faculty - XIVth Intensive Hands-on Course in Interventional Bronchoscopy, Lille, France. June 2003. 21.Faculty - The Airway Workshop, CHEST 2002 annual meeting. San Diego CA. Nov 2002 22.Faculty - Western Lung Conference, Kelowna, BC. September 28th, 2002. 23.Faculty - XIIth Intensive Hands-on Course in Interventional Bronchoscopy, Lille, France. May 2002. 24.Faculty - Alberta Respiratory Disease Symposium, Banff, AB. April 19th, 2002. 25.Faculty - The Airway Workshop, CHEST 2001 annual meeting. Philadelphia, PA. Nov 3rd, 2001. VI. ADMINISTRATIVE RESPONSIBILITIES i. Departmental 2001-2002 Member, Regional Cooperative to Reduce Wait Times – Lung Cancer Team 2001-2002 Leader, QIHI initiative on Management of Malignant Pleural Effusions ii. Faculty iii. University iv. Regional Health Authority 2003-2004 Medical Director, Thoracic Oncology Program 2003-2006 Member, innovation working group, Department of Medicine AFP planning subcommittee. 2006-current Co-Chair, ARP Innovations Subcommittee. v. Hospital VII. PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES i. Membership in professional societies. 1997-1998 Montreal General Hospital Residency Training Committee 1996-2001 Society for Critical Care Medicine 1998-present American College of Chest Physicians (Fellow) 1998-present American Thoracic Society 2002-present Canadian Thoracic Society 2002-present International Association for the Study of Lung Cancer Revised: October 25, 2010 Page 7 of 14
  • 8. ii. 2003-2004: Member, planning committee for the 2004 Western Lung Cancer Conference, March 2004, Vancouver, BC. iii. 2004-present Member, Editorial Board – Journal of Bronchology iv. Peer reviews a. BMC Emergency Medicine (1-2004) b. Chest (1-2006, 1-2007) c. Critical Care (1-2005) d. Journal of Critical Care (2-2006) e. Journal of Bronchology (1-2006) f. Lung Cancer (1-2006) g. ERJ (1-2007) h. Respiration (1-2007) VIII. RESEARCH SUPPORT Independent research: 1. 2007-08: Principal investigator: AHFMR Forefront phase 1 grant. New methods of achieving pleurodesis. 35,000$. 2. 2005-present: Principal Investigator: Effect of Repeated Administration of Low-Dose Pleural Sclerosing Agents. University Research Grants Committee Short Term Project Grant: 6000$. 3. 2003-2006: Private donation for establishment of Multimodality Thoracic Endoscopy Center – 1,025,000$ 4. 2003-present: Private donation for support of research into intrathoracic malignancy – 82,945.28$ 5. 2002-present: Principal investigator. Use of Hot Biopsy Forceps for endobronchial lesions. Grant from the CHR Adult Research Committee (753$). 6. 2002: Equipment Grant for interventional bronchoscopy equipment – Calgary Community Lottery Board. 150,000$ 7. 2002: Equipment Grant for interventional bronchoscopy equipment – Foothills Hospital Volunteers. 100,000$ 8. 1993. Principal investigator. Assessment of Mother's Practices, Attitudes and Knowledge With Respect to Breast Feeding Research Grant from the International Health Education Program of the Canadian Society for International Health: Supervisor: Dr. Pervez Nayani, Community Health Sciences department, Aga Khan University, Karachi, Pakistan. 9. 1992. Summer Research Bursary Program, McGill University/Medical Research Council of Canada. Anatomy Prosector. Supervisor: Dr. D.Osmond, Chairman of the Anatomy Department, McGill University. Revised: October 25, 2010 Page 8 of 14
  • 9. Industry / Contract research 1. 2003-2004. Principal investigator. A Feasibility Study to Evaluate the BroncusTM ExhaleTM System with Stents and Topical Mitomycin-C plus Anti-inflammatory Drugs to Improve Pulmonary Function in Patients with Emphysema. Study Budget 200,000$CAN 2. 2001-2003. Co-investigator. Endobronchial Phototoxicity of WST 09, A New Fast Acting Photosensitizer for PDT: Preclinical Study in the Pig. 3. Montreal General Hospital Site Coordinator for MAK195f, A multi-center trial of an anti- TNF monoclonal antibody in sepsis. (1996-1997) IX. INVITED ADDRESSES Regional 1. Rockyview General Hospital Endoscopy Suite Presentation. “Advanced Bronchoscopic Procedures”. December 12th, 2006. 2. Division of Respiratory Medicine Clinical Academic Rounds, Calgary, AB. Bronchoscopic Diagnosis of Sarcoidosis. Sept 9th, 2006. 3. Presenter, CHR Thoracic Surgery Conference 2007. “Advanced bronchoscopy techniques. April 20th, 2007. 4. Division of Respiratory Medicine Clinical Academic Rounds, Calgary, AB. Endobronchial Ultrasonography – Bronchoscopy beyond the airway wall. March 3rd, 2006. 5. Dept of Medicine Grand Rounds, Calgary, AB. Endobronchial Ultrasonography – Bronchoscopy beyond the airway wall. Dec 6th, 2005. 6. RT Education Day PLC – Chest tubes. November 9th, 2005. 7. Cross Cancer Institute Grand Rounds, Edmonton, AB: Outpatient approach to Malignant Pleural Effusions – the Calgary Experience. October 18th, 2005 8. TBCC Grand Rounds: Approach to Malignant Airway Obstruction – Four year’s experience of an interventional bronchoscopist in Calgary. September 28th, 2005 9. Alberta Hospice & Palliative care tele-learning program. Outpatient management of Malignant Pleural Effusion. July 15th, 2005. 10.Academic Rounds – Division of Respiratory Medicine. Four year experience with Tunneled Pleural Catheters in Calgary. June 10th, 2005 11.Invited lecture – University of Alberta Respiratory Rounds. April 28th, 2004. Overview of Interventional Bronchoscopy. 12.Regional Palliative Care Rounds – New Options in the Management of Intrathoracic Complications of Malignancy. May 13th, 2003. 13.CHR Nursing Respiratory Education day – Chest Tubes. March 21st 2003 Revised: October 25, 2010 Page 9 of 14
  • 10. 14.Faculty, College & Association of Respiratory Therapists of Alberta, Calgary, AB. Interventional Procedures in the Bronchoscopy Suite. October 4th, 2002. 15.Outpatient Management of Malignant Pleural Effusions: A new approach to a common problem. Medical Grand Rounds – Foothills Medical Center, Calgary, AB. September 17th, 2002. 16.Malignant Pleural Effusions. CHR Nursing Respiratory Education Day, Calgary, AB. March 1st, 2002. 17.Overview of Interventional Bronchoscopy. Internal Medicine Noon Rounds, Foothills Medical Centre, Calgary, AB. Feb. 15th, 2002. 18.Outpatient Management of Malignant Pleural Effusions: A new approach to a common problem. Oncology Grand Rounds - Tom Baker Cancer Center. Calgary, AB. January 30th, 2002. 19.Interventional Bronchoscopy. In-service to OR Nursing Staff, Foothills Medical Centre, Calgary, AB. Dec. 21st, 2001. 20.Interventional Bronchoscopy. Calgary Health Region Respiratory Therapy Education Day, Calgary, AB. Dec. 3rd, 2001 21.Interventional Bronchoscopy in the Operating Room. Anesthesia Rounds, Foothills Medical Centre, Calgary, AB. Nov. 23rd, 2001. 22.Outpatient Management of Malignant Pleural Effusions: A new approach to a common problem. Medical Oncology Rounds, Tom Baker Cancer Centre. Calgary, AB. Sept. 25th, 2001. 23.Case studies in Interventional Bronchoscopy. Medical Grand Rounds – Foothills Medical Center, Calgary, AB. Sept 18th, 2001. National 1. Faculty, 9th Annual UBC Respiratory Update. March 30-31, 2007. Vancouver, BC. 2. Canadian Association of Thoracic Surgeons, Annual Meeting. Airway Stenting. Calgary, September 9th, 2006. 3. Ottawa Hospital Regional Cancer Centre - Teleconference. Outpatient management of Malignant Pleural Effusion. November 4th, 2005. 4. Thunder Bay Oncology/Palliative care rounds – Teleconference. Outpatient management of Malignant Pleural Effusion. June 15th, 2005. International 1. Invited Speaker, Canadian Thoracic Society Conference / CHEST 2007 – Advanced Pulmonary Procedures in Canada – Where do we go from here? Chicago, October, 2007. 2. Invited Speaker, CHEST 2007 – Treatment of Malignant Pleural Effusions. Chicago, October 2007. Revised: October 25, 2010 Page 10 of 14
  • 11. 3. Faculty, American Association of Bronchology Annual Conference at CHEST 2007, Chicago, October 2007. Lecture: Pro – Con debate – Treatment on Malignant Pleural Effusions. Hands-on session – EBUS. 4. Oral Presentation. Use of Indwelling Pleural Catheters in Patients Otherwise Candidates for Pleurodesis. CHEST 2006, Salt Lake City. 5. Invited speaker. Advanced bronchoscopic Techniques – Endoscopic Treatment of Bronchopleural Fistulaes. CHEST 2006, Salt Lake City. 6. Oral Presentation, Use of Indwelling Pleural Catheters in Malignant Pleural Effusions Secondary to Mesothelioma. CHEST 2004, Seattle WA. October 25th, 2004. 7. Invited speaker, 13th World Congress for Bronchology, Barcelona, Spain. “Endosopic Approach to Benign Tracheal Stenosis”. June 2004 8. Oral Presentation, “Hot Biopsy Forceps – Not so hot.” 13th World Congress for Bronchology. Barcelona, Spain. June 2004. 9. Invited Speaker, 10th World Conference on Lung Cancer. “Outpatient Management of Malignant Effusions”. Vancouver, August 2003. 10.Moderator, 10th World Conference on Lung Cancer. “Interventional Bronchoscopy” Poster Session. Vancouver, August 2003. 11.Moderator, American Thoracic Society International Conference. “Interventional Bronchoscopy” Poster Session. Seattle, May 2003. 12.Oral Presentation, Impact of Body Mass Index on outcomes following critical care. CHEST 2001 annual meeting. Philadelphia, PA. Nov. 5th, 2001. 13.Oral Presentation, Modification of a mucosal-sparing technique utilizing electrocautery and balloon dilatation in the endoscopic management of web-like benign airway stenosis. American Thoracic Society 2001 International Symposium. San Francisco, CA. May 23rd, 2001. 14.Oral Presentation, Impact of Body Mass Index on outcomes following critical care. Project Impact User Group Meeting. San Francisco, CA. February 10th, 2001 PUBLICATIONS/PRESENTATIONS i. Peer reviewed manuscripts 1. Stather D, Tremblay A. Pros and Cons of Tunneled Pleural Catheters in the Management of Malignant Pleural Effusions. IN PRESS. International Pleural Newsletter. 2. Tremblay A, Mason C, Michaud G. Use of Tunnelled Catheters for Malignant Pleural Effusions in Patients Fit for Pleurodesis. ERJ 2007:30(4); 759-62. 3. Tremblay A, Robbins S, Berthiaume L, Michaud G. Natural History of Asymptomatic Pleural Effusions in Lung Cancer Patients. JOB 2007;14:98-100. Revised: October 25, 2010 Page 11 of 14
  • 12. 4. Tremblay A, Michaud G, Urbanski SJ. Hot Biopsy Forceps in the Diagnosis of Endobronchial Lesions. ERJ 2007;29:1-4. 5. Loewen AHS, Kelly MM, Tremblay A. Endobronchial Telangiectasias. JOB 2006:13;210-1. 6. Nechala P, Tremblay A, Grondin S. Bronchial obstruction causing mediastinal shift and hemodynamic compromise. Ann Thorac Surg 2006:82;1916. 7. Tremblay A, Michaud G. Single Center Experience with 250 Tunnelled Pleural Catheter Insertions for Malignant Pleural Effusion. Chest 2006;129(2):362-8 8. Tremblay A, Michaud G. Use of Tunneled Pleural Catheters in Malignant Mesothelioma. J Bronchol 2005:12;203-206 9. Michaud G, Barclay P, Tremblay A. Tunneled Pleural Catheters for Palliation of Malignant Pleural Effusions. J Bronchol 2005:12;245-248. 10.Fell CD, Tremblay A, Michaud G, Urbanski S. Electrocauterization of an Endobronchial Leiomyoma: Case Report and Review of the Literature. J Bronchol 2005:12;181-3 11.Tremblay A, Marquette CH. Endobronchial electrocautery: A practical Approach. Can Respir J 2004;11:305-10. 12.Tremblay A, Coulter T, Mehta A. Modification of a mucosal-sparing technique utilizing electrocautery and balloon dilatation in the endoscopic management of web-like benign airway stenosis. Journal of Bronchology 2003;10:268-71 13.Tremblay A. Endobronchial Ultrasonography: extending the reach of the bronchoscope beyond the airway wall. CMAJ 2003;169:586 14.Tremblay A, Marquette CH, Freitag L. Endobronchial Phototoxicity of WST 09, A New Fast Acting Photosensitizer For PDT: Preclinical Study In The Pig. Photochem & Photobiol 2003;78:124-130 15.Tremblay A, Bandi V. Impact of Body Mass Index on outcomes following critical care. Chest 2003;123:1202-7 16.Tremblay A, Gentina T, Brichet A, Ramon P, Marquette C-H. Thermocoagulation bronchique à haute fréquence. Rev Mal Respir 2002;19:799-803 17.Gentina T, Tremblay A, Brichet A, Ramon P, Marquette CH. Les biopsies pleurales à l'aveugle. Rev Mal Respir 2002;19:533-6 18.Tremblay A, MacLean JD, Gyorkos T, MacPherson DW. Outbreak of Cutaneous Larva Migrans in a Group of Travellers. Trop Med Int Health. 2000 May;5(5):330-4. ii. Non-peer reviewed manuscripts 1. Tremblay A. Treatment of Malignant Pleural Effusion with Tunneled Pleural Catheters does not have and Adverse Effect on Survival. (Letter) Lancet 2007:4;370(9585):387 2. Pendharkar S. Tremblay A. Evaluation of pleural effusions. The Journal of Respiratory Diseases 2007 (submitted). Revised: October 25, 2010 Page 12 of 14
  • 13. 3. Stather D, Tremblay A. Tunnelled Pleural Catheters. Current Opinion in Pulmonary Medicine 2007;13:328-333. 4. Tremblay A. Hot and cold biopsy: implications of study design on outcomes. (Letter) ERJ 2007:29;1068 5. Tremblay A. Real-time Electromagnetic Navigation Bronchoscopy for Peripheral Lesions: What about the Negative Predictive Value? CHEST 2007:131;329-230. 6. Tremblay A, Michaud G. Thermodetection of lung cancer – Hot Stuff? (Editorial). J Bronchol 2005;12:3-5 7. Tremblay A. Endoscopic Approach to Benign Airway Stenosis. 13th World Congress for Bronchology (WCB) and 13th World Congress for Bronchoesophagology (WCBE) – Proceedings. Barcelona, Spain, June 20-23, 2004. 8. Tremblay A, Gursahaney A. Adult Respiratory Failure. Chest Surgery Clinics of North America. 1998 Aug;8 (3):557-83, viii-ix. iii. Books, chapters. 1. Tremblay A, Guntupalli K. Massive Hemoptysis. In Saunders Manual of Critical Care pp53-56. Eds: James A Kruse, MD, PhD, Mitchell P Fink, MD, and Richard W Carlson, MD, PhD, FACP, FCCP, FCCM. WB Saunders 2002 2. Tremblay A, Guntupalli K. Conventional Management of Mechanical Ventilation. In Saunders Manual of Critical Care 808-812. Eds: James A Kruse, MD, PhD, Mitchell P Fink, MD, and Richard W Carlson, MD, PhD, FACP, FCCP, FCCM. WB Saunders 2002 3. Tremblay A, Guntupalli K. Newer modes of Mechanical Ventilation. In Saunders Manual of Critical Care 813-816. Eds: James A Kruse, MD, PhD, Mitchell P Fink, MD, and Richard W Carlson, MD, PhD, FACP, FCCP, FCCM. WB Saunders 2002 4. Tremblay A, Guntupalli K. Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome. In Saunders Manual of Critical Care 23-27. Eds: James A Kruse, MD, PhD, Mitchell P Fink, MD, and Richard W Carlson, MD, PhD, FACP, FCCP, FCCM. WB Saunders 2002 iv. Abstracts - published 1. Stather DR, Michaud G, Khalil M, Field SF, Tremblay A. Endobronchial Ultrasonography in the Diagnosis of Sarcoidosis - Preliminary results of a randomized study. CHEST 2007, Chicago. 2. Jarand J, Michaud G, Silvestri GA, Tremblay A. Evaluation of Pulmonary Procedural Training in Canadian Pulmonary Fellowship Programs – Program Directors and Fellows’ perspective. ATS 2007, San Francisco. 3. Mubarak A, Wilson J, Ryan F, Tremblay A, Michaud G, Granton J, Fitzgerald M. A Survey of Current Canadian Management of Pleural Disease. CHEST 2006, Salt Lake City. 4. Tremblay A, Mason C, Michaud G. Use of Tunneled Pleural Catheters in Patients Otherwise Candidates for Pleurodesis. CHEST 2006, Salt Lake City. Revised: October 25, 2010 Page 13 of 14
  • 14. 5. Fell C, Tremblay A, Michaud G, Helmersen D, Hirani N, Fraser K, Young B. Outpatient Management of Primary Spontaneous Pneumothorax: A Pilot Study. CHEST 2006, Salt Lake City. 6. Tremblay A, Michaud G, Green F, Urbanski S. Hot biopsies: Not so hot. Failure of hot biospy forceps to impact bleeding during endobronchial biopsy. ATS 2006 San Diego. 7. Michaud G, Tremblay A. Single Center Experience with 250 Tunnelled Pleural Catheter Insertions for Malignant Pleural Effusion. CHEST 2005 conference, Montreal. 8. Robbins S, Berthiaume L, Michaud G, Tremblay A. Natural History of Untreated Asymptomatic Pleural Effusions in Lung Cancer. ATS 2005 conference. 9. Tremblay A, Patel M, Michaud G, Mellor J, Grondin S. Use of Indwelling Pleural Catheters in Malignant Pleural Effusions Secondary to Mesothelioma. Chest, Seattle 2004. 10.Tremblay A, Stefan Urbanski, Francis Green, Gaetane Michaud. “Hot Biopsy Forceps – Not so hot. Failure of hot biospy forceps to impact bleeding during endobronchial biopsy.” 13th World Congress for Bronchology. Barcelona, Spain. June 2004. 11.Tremblay A. Initial experience with 100 tunnelled pleural catheters in a specialized outpatient malignant pleural effusion clinic. 10th World Conference on Lung Cancer, Vancouver 2003 12.Tremblay A. Pleurodesis is rarely performed in the treatment of Malignant Pleural Effusions. Am J Respir Crit Care Med 2003;167:A903. 13.Tremblay A. Treatment of Malignant Pleural Effusions with an indwelling pleural catheter decreases hospital re-admission rates. Am J Respir Crit Care Med 2003;167:A901. 14.Marquette CH, Tremblay A, Freitag L. Endobronchial Phototoxicity of WST 09, A New Fast Acting Photosensitizer For PDT: Preclinical Study In The Pig. Am J Respir Crit Care Med 2002;165:A143 15.Lee P, Tremblay A, Mehta A. Mitomycin-C in the Management of Tracheobronchial Obstruction. Am J Respir Crit Care Med 2002;165:A821 16.Tremblay A, Coulter TD, Mehta AC. Modification of a mucosal-sparing technique utilizing electrocautery and balloon dilatation in the endoscopic management of web-like benign airway stenosis. Am J Respir Crit Care Med 2001;163:A958 17.Tremblay A, Bandi V. Impact of Body Mass Index on outcomes following critical care. CHEST 2001;120:146S Revised: October 25, 2010 Page 14 of 14