Thomas E. Pisarri, PhD
Thomas E. Pisarri, PhD

Thomas E. Pisarri, PhD

Assistant Professor
School of Medicine

Academic Appointments

Department

  • Biomedical Sciences

Position

  • Assistant Professor

Education

  • State University of New York-Buffalo,BS,1969-73
  • University of Wisconsin-Madison,MS,1973-75
  • University of Wisconsin-Madison,Ph.D.,1973-75

Publications and Presentations

Articles

  • Afferent properties and reflex functions of bronchopulmonary C-fibers Lee, L.-Y. and T.E. Pisarri, Respiration Physiology, 125, 47-65, 2001
  • 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,, Not Applicable, 1999
  • 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,, Not Applicable, 1999

Publications

  • T. E. Pisarri and N. Brummel. Endogenous Nitric Oxide Does Not Attenuate Hyperosmolarity Evoked Bronchoconstriction Of Intrathoracic Airways In Dogs, FASEB Journal, 16 (4), A720, 2002
  • Brummel, N. and T. E. Pisarri. Neurally released nitric oxide does not oppose reflex cholinergic contraction of tracheal smooth muscle in dogs., The Physiologist, 43, 273, 2000
  • 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, Not Applicable, 2000
  • 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., Not Applicable, 1999
  • 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,, Not Applicable, 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