Department of Internal Medicine
Pulmonary, Critical Care and
Occupational Medicine Faculty
Douglas B. Hornick, M.D.
Dr. Hornick's research work examines gram negative bacterial interaction with respiratory epithelium. His clinical interests are in acute and chronic lung infections such as community and hospital acquired pneumonias, bronchiectasis, TB and other pulmonary mycobacterial infections. He is the director of the Adult Cystic Fibrosis Clinical Center and Outpatient Services for the Pulmonary Division, maintains the TB Chest Clinic and serves as consultant to the Iowa Department of Public Health for TB related matters.
Honors, Awards, and Organizations
- American College of Chest Physicians, Fellow
- Cecile Lehman Mayer Research Award Finalist, 1987
- American College of Physicians
- American Federation for Clinical Research, Member, Trainee Research Award, 1987
- American Society of Microbiology, Member
- American Thoracic Society, Member
- Central Society for Clinical Research
- The University of Iowa College of Medicine Department of Internal Medicine, Chief Resident, 1987-88
- Iowa Thoracic Society President
- NIH Clinical Investigator Award
- Harber, P., Barnhart, S., Hornick, D.B., Spear, R.: Respiratory Protection and Control of Tuberculosis in Health Care and Other Facilities, in Tuberculosis in the Workplace, IOM Report Field, M.J. (ed), National Academy Press 2001.
- Dayton, C.S., Ferguson, J.S., Hornick, D.B., Peterson, M.W.: Evaluation of an internet-based support system for applying the ATS/CDC guidelines for Tuberculosis Preventive Therapy. Medical Decision Making, 20:1-6, 2000
- Dayton, C.S., Ferguson, J.S., Hornick D.B., Peterson MW. Interactive interpreter of the tuberculin skin test reaction (PPD 5 TU), in Up To Date Pulmonary and Critical Care Section, v 8.1. Weinberger SE (ed), Welsely MA, 2000
- Ketterer, M.R., Shao, J.Q., Hornick, D.B., Buscher, B., Bandi, V.K., Apicella, M.A.: Infection of primary human bronchial epithelial cells by nontypeable Haemophilus influenzae : macropinocytosis as a mechanism of airway epithelial cell entry. Infect. Immun, 67 : 4161-4170, 1999.