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Thomas E . Pisarri, PhD

Assistant Professor

Biomedical Sciences

Thomas Pisarri

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School of Medicine
Biomedical Sciences
Graduate School
Biomedical Sciences (Doctorate)
Biomedical Sciences (Master of Science)
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Thomas E . Pisarri, PhD

Assistant Professor

Biomedical Sciences

My physiology research has focused on the role of reflexes evoked by mechanosensor and nociceptor sensory nerves from the lungs and airways. More recently, I have shifted my focus to medical education research, such as receptiveness to Team-Based Learning among medical students.

Department

Biomedical Sciences

Position

Assistant Professor

Articles

  • Respiration Physiology
    Afferent properties and reflex functions of bronchopulmonary C-fibers Lee, L.-Y. and T.E. Pisarri
    125, p. 47-65 2001
  • Not Applicable
    Rendell, M.S., M. F. Finnegan, T. Pisarri, J. C. Healy, A. Lind, B. K. Milliken, D. E. Finney, and R. F. Bonner. A comparison of the cutaneous microvascular properties of the Spontaneously Hypertensive rat and the Wistar-Kyoto rat. Comp. Bioch. Physiol. Part A 122: 399-406, 1999
  • Not Applicable
    Pisarri, T. E., M. P. Zimmerman, T. E. Adrian, J. C. G. Coleridge, and H. M. Coleridge. Bronchial vasodilator pathways in the vagus nerve of dogs. J. Appl. Physiol. 86: 105-113, 1999

Publications

  • FASEB Journal
    T. E. Pisarri and N. Brummel. Endogenous Nitric Oxide Does Not Attenuate Hyperosmolarity Evoked Bronchoconstriction Of Intrathoracic Airways In Dogs
    16 (4), p. A720 2002
  • The Physiologist
    Brummel, N. and T. E. Pisarri. Neurally released nitric oxide does not oppose reflex cholinergic contraction of tracheal smooth muscle in dogs.
    43, p. 273 2000
  • Not Applicable
    Wang, M, and T.E. Pisarri. Do prostaglandins mediate bronchial vasodilation evoked by airway hyperosmolarity in dogs. American Physiological Society Conference, Baroreceptor and Cardiopulmonary Receptor Reflexes, Iowa City, IA The Physiologist 43: 472 2000
  • Not Applicable
    Goldenstein, N. K. and T. E. Pisarri. Role of autoregulation and adenosine in control of bronchial vascular resistance in dogs. The FASEB Journal 13: A1114. 1999
  • Not Applicable
    Pisarri, T. E., N. K. Wright, and M. B. Nguyen. Role of nitric oxide in vasodilation evoked by stimulation of airway c-fiber afferents in dogs. The FASEB Journal 13: A104, 1999
  • Fernandes, P., R. Coleman, K. Huggett, and T. Pisarri. Self-Assessment for the Course Directors: Examining a 3-Step Process to Improve Exam Quality and Student Learning. Poster presentation at ADMSEP (Association of Directors of Medical Student Education in Psychiatry) Annual Meeting, June 2015 Stowe, Vermont.
  • Huggett, K. N., T. E. Pisarri, K. L. Istas, and G. E. Jarmon. Does Previous Team Experience Influence Incoming Medical Students’ Attitudes about Teams? Poster presentation at Central Group on Educational Affairs Spring Meeting April 2015 Columbus, Ohio.

Presentations

  • Fernandes, P., R. Coleman, K. Huggett, and T. Pisarri. Self-Assessment for the Course Directors: Examining a 3-Step Process to Improve Exam Quality and Student Learning. Poster presentation at ADMSEP (Association of Directors of Medical Student Education in Psychiatry) Annual Meeting, June 2015 Stowe, Vermont. 2015
  • Huggett, K. N., T. E. Pisarri, K. L. Istas, and G. E. Jarmon. Does Previous Team Experience Influence Incoming Medical Students’ Attitudes about Teams? Poster presentation at Central Group on Educational Affairs Spring Meeting April 2015 Columbus, Ohio. 2015
  • T. E. Pisarri and N. Brummel,. Endogenous Nitric Oxide Does Not Attenuate Hyperosmolarity Evoked Bronchoconstriction Of Intrathoracic Airways In Dogs Experimental Biology 2002, New Orleans 2002
  • External Examiner Doctoral Dissertation of Richard Sindelar, Uppsala University, Uppsala Sweden, May 2001 2001
  • Wang, M. and T. E. Pisarri. Do prostaglandins mediate bronchial vasodilation evoked by airway hyperosmolarity in dogs? Nebraska Physiological Society 2001
  • Brummel, N. and T. E. Pisarri. Neurally released nitric oxide does not oppose reflex cholinergic contraction of tracheal smooth muscle in dogs. Nebraska Physiological Society 2001
  • Wang, M. and T. E. Pisarri. Do prostaglandins mediate bronchial vasodilation evoked by airway hyperosmolarity in dogs? American Physiological Society Conference Baroreceptor and Cardiopulmonary Receptor Reflexes 2000
  • Brummel, N. and T. E. Pisarri. Neurally released nitric oxide does not oppose reflex cholinergic contraction of tracheal smooth muscle in dogs. American Physiological Society Conference Baroreceptor and Cardiopulmonary Receptor Reflexes, 2000
  • Neural Pathways Mediating Reflex Responses to Changes in Lower Airway Osmolarity. Biomedical Sciences Department Seminar, 2000
  • Role of nitric oxide in vasodilation evoked by stimulation of airway C-fiber afferents in dogs. Nebraska Physiological Society, Omaha, June 1999 1999
  • Role of autoregulation and adenosine in control of bronchial vascular resistance in dogs. Nebraska Physiological Society, Omaha, June 1999 1999
  • Role of autoregulation and adenosine in control of bronchial vascular resistance in dogs. Experimental Biology '99, Washington DC, April 1999 1999
  • Role of nitric oxide in vasodilation evoked by stimulation of airway C-fiber afferents in dogs. Experimental Biology '99, Washington DC, April 1999 1999