Edwardine M Mohanraj, MD
- ASSISTANT PROFESSOR | Medicine, Pulmonary, Critical Care and Sleep Medicine
Dr. Mohanraj possesses a broad range of clinical and procedural expertise in pulmonary medicine and critical care. She is an Attending Physician in the Division of Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine in the Mount Sinai Health System, where she is also Fellowship Associate Program Director, Director of the Lung Nodule Program and Director of the Procedure Service. Dr. Mohanraj has a strong commitment to medical education. She is board certified in Internal Medicine, Pulmonary Diseases and Critical Care Medicine.
Critical Care Medicine
American Board of Internal Medicine
MD, University of Connecticut
Residency, Internal Medicine, University of Chicago
Residency, Internal Medicine, John H. Stroger Hospital of Cook County
Fellowship, Pulmonary & CC Med, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai
Teaching Attending of the Year
Trustees Small Grants Award
BQuIP (Bronchoscopy Quality Improvement Project) – Primary Investigator
Lung Cancer Screening: Pre-Screen Project – Co-Primary Investigator
NIV utilization, protocol and training – Co-Primary Investigator
AIR-BX1, Gilead Sciences, Inc. - Co-Principal Investigator
A Quality Improvement Bronchoscopy Checklist focused on education and communication goals in a fellowship program. Mohanraj M, Brehm A, Vladu S, Eden E. [ATS abstract submission].;.
Pulmonary Non-Crystalline Histiocytosis In A Patient With Multiple Myeloma. Brehm A, Sandhhu G, Stein S, Ivelja S, Mohanraj EM. American Thoracic Society, Poster presentation, May 2012..;.
Colo-bronchial fistula as a rare complication of diaphragmatic mesh repair. Mohanraj EM, Harkin TJ, Mayer D. American Thoracic Society, Poster presentation, May 2010.;.
Just the Facts: Critical Care. Chapter: Fluid Therapy, Mohanraj EM (chapter author); Hall, JB, Hogarth DK, Schmidt GA (editors). 2007.;.
Hyperthyroidism and the Normal Heart. Mohanraj EM, Brezina J. 2002. Annual Meeting of the CT Chapter of the ACP-ASIM. .;.
Factors predictive of low bone mineral density in female patients with SLE. Lakshminarayanan S, Walsh S, Mohanraj EM, Rothfield NF. J. Rheum: 2001, Vol 28(1), 102-108..;.
Age, menopause, corticosteroids and antimalarials have significant effects on bone mineral density in patients with systemic lupus erythematosus. Mohanraj EM, Lakshminarayanan S, Walsh S, Rothfield NF. Arth & Rheum: 1999, Vol 42(9) Supplement, 1709..;.