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Reynold M. Karr, MD

  • Clinical Professor of Medicine
  • Division of Allergy and Infectious Diseases
    Department of Rheumatology
    University of Washington

Dr. Karr received his BA from Johns Hopkins University, MD from the University of Maryland, and received post-graduate training at University of California Irvine (internship and residency) and University of Colorado Medical Center (Clinical Immunology fellowship). His military service was at the medical center, Andrews AFB. He is a diplomate of the ABIM, ABAI, and ABIM (rheumatology). In addition to his duties as Clinical Professor of Medicine at the University of Washington, he is currently an attending physician at the UW Rheumatology Clinic at Roosevelt BJC and Allergy Clinic at the University of Washington Medical Center. He also performs independent medical evaluations out of Everett, WA; and serves as the medical director of PlasmaLab International in Everett, WA.

Selected Publications

Karr RM. Chronic rhinosinusitis: Potential new use for topical sulfasalazine. J Allergy Clin Immunol Pract 2014;2(3):349-350.
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Claman HN, Karr RM, Kohler PF, Mass MD, McIntosh RM, Sams WM, Small P, Stanford RE, and Thorne EG. Systemic (allergic?) vasculitis. J Allergy Clin Immunol 1974;54:54-64.
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Karr RM. Bronchoprovocation studies in coffee workers’ asthma. J Allergy Clin Immmunol 1979;64:650-654.
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Karr RM and Salvaggio JE. Allergic features of infiltrative lung disease, chapter in Cellular, Mollecular, and Clinical Aspects of Allergic Disorders, edited by S. Gupta and R.A. Good, Plenum Press, New York, 1980
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Karr RM, Davies R, Burcher BT, Lehrer SB, Wilson MR, Dharmarajan V, and Salvaggio JE. Occupational asthma. J Allergy Clin Immunol 1978;61(1):54-65
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Butcher BT, Karr RM, Wilson MR, O'Neil CE, Salvaggio JE. Inhalation challenge and pharmacologic studies of toluene diisocyanate (TDI) sensitive workers. J Allergy Clin Immunol. 1979; 64(2): 146-52.
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