Karin A. Sloan, MD

Faculty and Fellows

Assistant Professor of Medicine
Director of Clinical Quality, Department of Medicine

sloan_karin-2-5x3-5Medical School: Dartmouth Medical School
Internship: Yale-New Haven Hospital
Residency: Yale-New Haven Hospital
Fellowship: Boston University

Board Certifications:

  • Internal Medicine
  • Pulmonary
  • Critical Care
  • Sleep Medicine

Special Interests:


  • COPD
  • Quality and Process Improvement


    • General Pulmonary Medicine: evaluation of dyspnea, cardiopulmonary disease, COPD, asthma
    • Sleep Medicine:  Sleep apnea, Hypoventilation syndromes
    • Critical Care Medicine

      Dr. Sloan attends on inpatient pulmonary and critical care services at Boston Medical Center and she sees patients in the outpatient Pulmonary Clinic.

      Selected Publications:

      1. Kretschman D, Steiling KA, Ebright MI, Sloan KA.  Recurrent Pleural Effusion Caused by Catamenial Hemothorax in a Patient with Multiple Sclerosis.  2012 American Thoracic Society Conference Poster.
      2. K.A Sloan, H.A. Marquez, J. Li, Y. Cao, A. Hinds, C.J. O’Hara, S. Kathuria, M.I. Ramirez, M.C. Williams, and H. Kathuria. Increased PEA3/E1AF and Decreased Net/Elk-3, both Ets Proteins, Characterize Human NSCLC Progression and Regulate Caveolin-1 Transcription in Calu-1 and NCI-H23 NSCLC Cell Lines. Carcinogenesis. 2009 May 29. [Epub ahead of print].
      3. K.A. Sloan, Y.X. Cao, MD , A. Hinds, S. Kathuria, MD, M.C. Williams, PhD, and H. Kathuria, MD. Transcriptional Regulation of Caveolin-1 by the ETS protein NET/ELK-3 in Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer Cell Lines. American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine April 2008; 177: A932.
      4. K.A. Sloan, MD, A. Hinds, B. Akkanti, MD, M.C. Williams, PhD, and H. Kathuria, MD. Changes in Caveolin-1 Expression as a Function of Human Lung Adenocarcinoma Progression. American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine April 2007 Abstract.
      5. Peter S. Marshall, MD, Mark Siegel, MD, Kevin Johnson, MD, Karin Kelley, MD [maiden name] , Bianca Monteiro, MD and Yoel Vivas, MD. Computed Tomography Can Predict Adverse Outcomes in Patients Presenting with Pulmonary Embolus. Chest 2005; 128(4): 199-200S.


      Dr. Sloan sees patients in the following locations:
      Shapiro Center