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Fourth Year Fellow


Dr. Barry grew up in Northern New Jersey and moved to Ann Arbor, MI for his undergraduate studies. He then moved to New York City to pursue a Master of Public Health before attending medical school at Temple University in Philadelphia. While in medical school, he won an Award of Excellence for Patient Safety from Abington Memorial Hospital and the Emmanuel M. Weinberger Prize for Hematology. He stayed at Temple for his internal medicine residency before switching coasts for pulmonary and critical care fellowship at UC San Diego. He is currently board certified in internal medicine. His previous research focused on a variety of topics including right heart disease in chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), ventilator weaning, the effect of curcumin on model cell membranes, fiber optical networking, and electronic health records in medicine. He is currently an investigator on several clinical trials in asthma, COPD, and eosinophilic granulomatosis with polyangiitis (EGPA) and is investigating the role of eosinophilia in cystic fibrosis.
  • 2005-2009: University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI; BS in Applied Mathematics, Biology, and Interdisciplinary Physics
  • 2009-2011: Columbia University, New York, NY; MPH in Epidemiology
  • 2010-2014: Temple University School of Medicine, Philadelphia, PA; MD
  • 2014-2017: Temple University Hospital, Philadelphia, PA; Internal Medicine Residency
  • 2017-2020: University of California, San Diego; Fellowship, Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine
  • COPD
  • Cystic Fibrosis
  • Eosinophilic lung disease
  1. Liberator CD, Marron R, Barry J, Shenoy KV. Asthma. Essentials of Clinical Pulmonology. Edited by Criner, G. Taylor & Francis Group. Published October 1, 2018.
  2. Barry J.; Fritz, M.; Brender, J.; Smith, P.; Lee, D.; Ramamoorthy, A. “Determining the effects of lipophilic drugs on membrane structure by solid-state NMR Spectroscopy – The case of the antioxidant Curcumin.” Journal of the American Chemical Society. Available online March 3, 2009
  3. Edwards, A.; Hollin, I.; Barry J.; Kachnowski, S. “Barriers to Cross-Institutional Health Information Exchange: A Literature Review.” Journal of Healthcare Information Management. 2010 Summer; 24(3):22-34.
  4. Stein, S.; Barry J.; Jha, S. “Are Chargemaster Rates for Imaging Studies Lower in States that Cap Non-Economic Damages (Tort Reform)?” Journal of the American College of Radiology. Accepted March 26, 2014
  5. Barry, Jeffrey. “Value of Unstructured Patient Narratives.” Healthmgttech.com. Health Management Technology. July 2010.
  6. Barry, Jeffrey, and Hollin, Ilene. “Adopting Electronic Health Records to Improve Patient Care.” Healthinformation.advanceweb.com. ADVANCE for Health Information Professionals. Available online March 31, 2010.

Dr. Bellinghausen grew up in Portland, OR, moving southward for college in the beautiful Napa Valley. She attended medical school and residency at Loma Linda University before coming to UCSD for fellowship in Pulmonary and Critical Care. While in residency, she was the two-time recipient of the William Von Pohle Award in Critical Care, chosen by the nurses and respiratory therapists of the medical ICU to honor one resident who excelled in critical care medicine. She was also awarded Internal Medicine Resident of the Year 3 years in a row. During her second year of residency, Dr. Bellinghausen was privileged to have the opportunity to spend a month in working in the ICU and medicine ward of the Adventist hospital in Blantyre, Malawi. In her time away from the ICU, she enjoys traveling and spending time with her family (including her cats, Asimov and Helix and her pufferfish, Eggroll).
  • 2010: Pacific Union College, Angwin, CA, B.S., Psychology
  • 2014: Loma Linda University Medical Center, M.D.
  • 2014-2017: Loma Linda University Medical Center, Residency, Internal Medicine
  • 2017-2020: University of California San Diego, Fellowship, Pulmonary & Critical Care Medicine
  • Post Intensive Care Unit Syndrome
  • ICU outcomes research
  • International Medicine
  1. Hepokoski ML, Bellinghausen AL, Bojanowski CM, Malhotra A. Recommended Reading from University of California, San Diego Division of Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine Fellows. American journal of respiratory and critical care medicine. 2018 Aug 28(ja).
  2. Giri PC, Stewart AB, Dinh VA, Chrissian AA, Nguyen HB. Developing a percutaneous dilatational tracheostomy service by medical intensivists: Experience at one academic Institution. Journal of critical care. 2015 Apr 1;30(2):321-6.
  3. Ani C, Farshidpanah S, Stewart AB, Nguyen HB. Variations in organism-specific severe sepsis mortality in the United States: 1999–2008. Critical care medicine. 2015 Jan 1;43(1):65-77.


Dr. Odish was raised in Tempe, Arizona, where he completed his undergraduate and medical training. He then completed his residency at UC San Diego in internal medicine and pediatrics in 2013, and is currently board certified in both fields. His interest in intensive care started in medical school during his physiology courses, and Dr. Odish is planning on continuing ICU based research during fellowship. He is a committee member of the ATS training committee and the UC San Diego Graduate Medical Education Committee. He enjoys teaching housestaff and has received the Internal Medicine Residency Humanism and Teaching Award, American Academy of Pediatrics San Diego Chapter Excellence in Teaching Award, and the Internal Medicine Fellow of the Year Award.
  • 2005-2009: Arizona State University, B.S.E. Biomedical Engineering
  • 2009-2013: University of Arizona, School of Medicine – Phoenix, M.D.
  • 2013-2017: University of California San Diego Internal Medicine and Pediatrics Residency
  • 2017-2020: University of California San Diego, Fellowship, Pulmonary & Critical Care
ARDS, ICU Based Research, Cardiac Arrest
  1. Hepokoski, M., Odish, M., Malhotra, A., Prone positioning in acute respiratory distress syndrome: why aren’t we using it more? Journal of Thoracic Disease. 2018, April; 10(9)




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