After completing medical school at Ohio State University and an Internal Medicine residency at University of California, Los Angeles Dr. Ryan Hadley first joined the University of Michigan as a Pulmonary and Critical Care Fellow. In his fellowship, he developed his clinical interests in interstitial lung disease, rheumatologic lung disease, and sarcoidosis. Additionally, he worked with Eric White performing bench research in acellular lung tissue towards a goal of lung regeneration as well as further investigation into the pathologic processes that underlie Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis; a currently poorly understood fibrotic lung condition. We are pleased that Dr. Hadley has chosen to join our division and he was appointed as a Clinical Assistant Professor in July of 2013. Going forward, Dr. Hadley will develop his clinical interest in sarcoidosis, graft-versus host disease of the lung, and pulmonary transplantation.
“Acellular Normal and Fibrotic Human Lung Matrices as a Culture System for In Vitro Investigation” American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine, Nov 1 2012, 186(9) 866-876. Adam J. Booth, Ryan Hadley, Ashley M. Cornett, Alyssa A. Dreffs, Stephanie A. Matthes, Jessica L. Tsui, Kevin Weiss, Jeffery C. Horowitz, Vincent F. Fiore, Thomas H. Barker, Bethany B. Moore, Fernando J. Martinez, Laura E. Niklason, and Eric S. White