Brian Graham, MD
Associate Professor, Medicine-Pulmonary Sciences & Critical Care

Clinic (720) 848-5300
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Gender: Male
Languages: English
Department, Section/Division: Medicine-Pulmonary Sciences & Critical Care

Practice Locations

Pulmonary Hypertension Clinic - Anschutz
12505 E. 16th Ave
3rd Floor
Aurora, CO 80045
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UCHealth - Center for Lungs and Breathing - Anschutz
1635 Aurora Court
Aurora, CO 80045
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Hospital Affiliation
  • University of Colorado Hospital

Specialty Information

  • Internal Medicine - Critical Care Medicine, Board Certification (2010)
  • Internal Medicine, Board Certification (2007)
  • Internal Medicine - Pulmonary Disease, Board Certification (2010)
Conditions & Treatments
  • Hereditary Hemorrhagic Telangiectasia (HHT)
  • Lungs and Breathing - Pulmonary Hypertension
Clinical Interest for Patients
After completing fellowship here at the University of Colorado I was privileged to join an exceptional team of doctors and nurses dedicated to the care of patients with pulmonary vascular disease. I am part of an outstanding team of caregivers who have earned a worldwide reputation for excellence in the field of pulmonary hypertension.

Care Philosophy
I believe strongly in the benefits of clinical trials, which contributes to our knowledge about pulmonary hypertension and advances the field. The medications we use in the clinic today are available because they were studied in past clinical trials and found to be effective. Our team strives to provide the very best clinical care, and to contribute to advancing new therapeutic options for the future.

Personal Interests
Outside of the clinic, I am researching why pulmonary hypertension occurs and studying new ways to treat it. My lab studies one of the most common causes of pulmonary hypertension worldwide: the parasite schistosomiasis. Working with collaborators around the world, we are studying how the human immune system, in responding to this infection, also causes the side effect of altering blood vessels in the lung to result in pulmonary hypertension, and what treatment approaches we can use to block this effect.

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