D. Kyle Hogarth, MD

Assistant Professor of Medicine

Director, Bronchoscopy and Minimally Invasive Diagnostics

Co-Director, Upper Aerodigestive Cancer Risk Clinic

Medical Director, Pulmonary Rehabilitation Program

Dr. Kyle Hogarth is an expert in pulmonary diseases -- including alpha-1 antitrypsin (AAT) deficiency. He is also involved with the minimally invasive diagnosis, management, and staging of lung cancer through bronchoscopy. Dr. Hogarth was one of the first doctors in Illinois to work with the superDimension system -- an electromagnetic navigation system that uses 3-D imaging technology to detect and biopsy nodules and masses. He uses endobronchial ultrasound to biopsy lymph nodes, place stents in cancerous airways, and perform all other minimally invasive techniques to help patients with lung cancer. He sees patients in clinic on Fridays.

Dr. Hogarth is the first physician in Illinois to perform bronchial thermoplasty, a new FDA approved technique to help with asthma. He has done the most cases in Illinois.

Dr. Hogarth's research focuses on improving quality of life and outcomes for patients with AAT deficiency and lung cancer. He is an investigator in numerous clinical trials for these diseases.

In 2011 and 2007, he received the Department of Medicine’s Outstanding Junior Faculty Clinical Service Award. In addition to his clinical and research work, Dr. Hogarth is on the editorial board for Chest -- The Journal of the American College of Chest Physicians and the Proceedings of the American Thoracic Society. He is also a manuscript reviewer for European Respiratory Journal, Lung Cancer, Respiratory Research and 12 other journals.

Practice Locations

Duchossois Center for Advanced Medicine
5758 S. Maryland Avenue
Chicago, IL 60637

The University of Chicago Medicine
5841 S. Maryland Avenue
Chicago, IL 60637

Year Started Practice

1998

Board Certifications

Critical Care Medicine
Pulmonary Medicine

Medical School

Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine

Residency and Fellowship

The University of Chicago Medicine

Memberships

American Association of Bronchology and Interventional Pulmonology
American College of Chest Physicians
American Thoracic Society
European Respiratory Society
International Association for the Study of Lung Cancer

Language Spoken

English

Email

dhogarth@uchicago.edu

Office Phone

(773) 702-9660

Office Fax

(773) 834-7068

Office Postal Address

Douglas Kyle Hogarth, MD
The University of Chicago Medicine
5841 S. Maryland Avenue, MC 6076
Chicago, IL 60637

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Read More About Dr. Hogarth

When a CT scan revealed a suspicious mass on Robert's lung, Dr. Hogarth used a new technology to reach deep into the lung to diagnose the lesion without a scalpel -- and declare him cancer-free.

Dr. Hogarth is featured in this video segment from "The Early Show" (CBS) about bronchial thermoplasty.

Dr. Hogarth is an investigator in a clinical trial evaluating the safety and effectiveness of a device for the treatment of severe emphysema.

The University of Chicago Medicine's Science Life blog features Dr. Hogarth in a series of brief videos discussing the basic warning signs and risk factors for lung disease, and about the innovative new bronchial thermoplasty treatment for severe asthma.

View a video of Dr. Hogarth's presentation of "New Detection Tools for Lung Cancer."

As co-director of the Upper Aerodigestive Cancer Risk Clinic, Dr. Hogarth uses advanced methods for screening and early detection in patients who are at high risk for developing lung cancer.

Additionally, Dr. Hogarth provides specialized care for COPD and other complex pulmonary conditions in the Refractory Obstructive Lung Disorders Clinic.

Dr. Hogarth directs of the Alpha-1 Antitrypsin Deficiency Clinical Resource Center at the University of Chicago--the first certified Alpha-1 center in Illinois.

Dr. Hogarth is featured in this patient story about a man who was treated for carcinoid tumor of the lung.

In 2005, Dr. Hogarth received the KISS (Kick in to Stop Sarcoidosis) Chicago Young Investigator Award from the Foundation for Sarcoidosis Research.

Selected Publications

View a partial list of Dr. Hogarth's publications through the National Library of Medicine's PubMed online database.