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Bradley Chipps, MD

Bradley Chipps, MD received his medical degree from the University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston. He was a pediatric resident for two years before serving in the Air Force at Ellsworth AFB in South Dakota for two years as a general pediatrician. He then completed a combined allergy and pulmonary fellowship at Johns Hopkins and spent one year on the faculty in the pediatric respiratory sciences division. He has been in private practice in Sacramento since 1979. He is the medical director of respiratory therapy and the cystic fibrosis center at Sutter Medical Center in Sacramento. He is also the associate medical director of the Sutter Community Hospitals Sleep Laboratory which he established in 1984. His current research projects are in developing protocols for the assessment and treatment of acute, severe asthma and working on the advisory committee of Genentech's Tenor study. They are investigating the factors associated with continued symptomatology and airflow limitation in severe persistent asthma.