Return to all articles COPD, Bronchiectasis and NTM Webinar Recording Posted on July 09, 2018 | Author: Gretchen | 0 Comments | 5 Likes We hope you were able to join us for our June 2018 webinar with expert speaker Dr. Charles (Chuck) Daley. We are pleased to offer you the FULL RECORDING of this event. This recording is free and can be accessed at any time. During the 60-minute webinar, Dr. Daley offered an overview of COPD, bronchiectasis and NTM, including how these conditions relate to one another as well as treatments for each condition. There were two live question and answer sessions during which members of the audience were given the opportunity to ask questions of the expert speaker. More About Your Expert Speaker Dr. Charles (Chuck) Daley National Jewish Health, Denver, CO, USA Charles L. Daley, M.D., is Professor of Medicine at National Jewish Health (NJH), the University of Colorado Denver, and Mount Sinai. He is Chief of the Division of Mycobacterial and Respiratory Infections and Director of the Nontuberculous Mycobacteria (NTM) Center of Excellence at NJH. He served as the inaugural Chair of the Bronchiectasis Research Registry and currently Chairs the revision of the ATS/IDSA/ERS/ESCMID NTM guidelines committee. Dr. Daley works closely with the World Health Organization (WHO) and the Stop TB Partnership in the global control of drug-resistant tuberculosis. He is immediate past-Chair of the Strategic and Technical Advisory Group (STAG)-TB for WHO and Chair of the Global Drug Resistance Initiative, a working group of the Stop TB Partnership and advisory body to the WHO Global TB Department. He has served on expert panels for the WHO, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and American Thoracic Society. U.S. News &World Report and Castle Connolly have recognized Dr. Daley as one of the “Best Doctors in America” and he received the World Lung Health Award given by the American Thoracic Society. Dr. Daley was previously Associate Editor of the American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine and currently Associate Editor of The European Respiratory Journal. His academic interests include global health policy and clinical and translational research in tuberculosis, NTM infections and bronchiectasis. The COPD Foundation would like to thank Dr. Daley for his participation in this COPD, Bronchiectasis and NTM webinar. Stay tuned for information on upcoming events! This activity was made possible by a generous grant from Insmed Incorporated. Related Images Related Files No Comments You need to login to comment.