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David Bernard. Jacoby, M.D.

Chief, Pulmonary and Critical Care
Vice Chair for Research, Department of Medicine; Director MD/PhD Training Program
Director, MD/PhD Training Program
Admin Unit: SOM-DOM Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine
Phone: 46158
Lab Phone: 81227
Office: 4126 Multnomah Pavillion
Neuroscience Graduate Program
Physiology & Pharmacology
Program in Molecular & Cellular Biosciences
Research Interests:
asthma, virus, inflammation, eosinophils, neurons, receptors, pharmacology, physiology » Click here for more about Dr. Jacoby's research
Preceptor Rotations
Dr. Jacoby has not indicated availability for preceptor rotations at this time.
Faculty Mentorship
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Dr. David Jacoby is a graduate of Princeton University and New York Medical College, and was a resident and Chief Resident at Temple University Hospital.  He was a Pulmonary Fellow at the Cardiovascular Research Institute, University of California, San Francisco.    

Dr. Jacoby was on faculty at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine for 13 years.  He has trained 19 graduate students and fellows, many of whom remain in academics or in industry research positions.  He was a member of the Thayer Firm at Johns Hopkins, Firm Faculty being a designation reserved for the faculty most committed to resident education.  He also served as Director of Graduate Education for the NIH T32 Training Grant in Pulmonary and Critical Care at Johns Hopkins.  Since moving to OHSU in 2003 to become Chief of Pulmonary and Critical Care, he continued his educational pursuits.  He has won four housestaff teaching awards at OHSU and led rapid expansion in the Pulmonary and Critical Care fellowship training program.  This was recognized by the award, in 2008, of an NIH T32 Training Grant on which he is the Principal Investigator.  His commitment to education led to his being named Director of the OHSU MD/PhD Training Program in 2008.  He is Associate Director for Education and Mentorship in the Oregon Clinical and Translational Research Institute.  Dr. Jacoby was elected to the American Society for Clinical Investigation in 2000.  His research in lung disease has been continually funded by the NIH for 22 years.