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Faculty of Medical Sciences

Dr. Dawn Alleyne

Associate Lecturer, Internal Medicine
Pulmonary medicine and Critical Care


Dr Alleyne is an American Board of Internal Medicine certified Internist, with subspeciality qualifications in Pulmonary medicine and Critical Care. Currently the Head of the Department of Internal Medicine at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital, she is also the Head of the Respiratory Unit at the institution. Over the course of the last five years most of her time has been spent practising pulmonary medicine which involves inpatient and outpatient consultations, diagnostics including performing bronchoscopies and thoracenteses. Mentoring and teaching of the internal medicine residents who are assigned to the Pulmonary service also accounts for a significant portion of her time.


Diplomate American Board of Internal Medicine In Internal Medicine, Pulmonary & Critical Care
Fellow of the College of Chest Physicians (FCCP)

Teaching Areas

Respiratory physiology undergraduate students
Pulmonary rotation for DM candidates
Respiratory physiology tutorials for the DM candidates in General Surgery


  1. Banauch G., Alleyne D, Sanchez R. et al. Persistent hyperreactivity and Reactive Airway Dysfunction in Firefighters at the World Trade Center American Jornal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine Vol 168 pp54-62
  2. Prezant D, Belyaev S., Alleyne D. Effects of the August 2003 blackout on the New York City Healthcare delivery system: A lesson for disaster preparedness. Journal of Critical Care Medicine Jan 2005;33 S96-101
  3. Banauch G., Dhala A., Alleyne al. Bronchial hyperreactivity and other inhalational lung injuries in rescue/recovery workers after the World trade center collapse. Journal of Critical Care Medicine Jan 2005,33;S102-6

Faculty of Medical Sciences
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