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Gary Z. Lotner, M.D., received his Bachelor of Science degree from City College of New York. He earned his medical degree from Albert Einstein College of Medicine. Dr. Lotner spent five years at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia affiliated with the University of Pennsylvania, first as an intern, then as a Pediatric resident and finally as a Fellow in Allergy and Clinical Immunology. Prior to joining Atlanta Allergy and Asthma Clinic, Dr. Lotner completed his training with a second fellowship at the National Jewish Medical Research Center in Denver, Colorado.
Dr. Lotner is board certified by both the American Board of Pediatrics and the American Board of Allergy and Immunology. He is a fellow of the American Academy of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology, as well as the American College of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology. He is past president of the Georgia Allergy and Immunology Society and a former vice president of Georgia Multi-Specialty Group, a 700-physician organization in Atlanta. Dr. Lotner's main areas of interest are the changing concepts of asthma and potential adverse effects of asthma on the long-term lung function.
Dr. Lotner lives in Sandy Springs with his wife, Sandra Cuttler, a technology attorney. He has two children, Jessica and Daniel, and is a very proud and active grandfather. His son is currently Chief Resident in Medicine at a hospital in Ohio.
Dr. Lotner's outside interests are travel (particularly involving hiking--he has visited 45 countries), golf (which he plays poorly enough to continue to practice medicine), reading and art. After 35 years with AAAC, he continues to love to practice medicine.
Lynch JM, Lotner GZ, Betz SJ and Henson PM. The release of a platelet activating factor by stimulated rabbit neutrophils. J Immunol 1979;123:1217.
Lotner GZ, Lynch JM, Betz SJ, Henson PM. Human neutrophil-derived platelet activating factor. J Immunol 1980;124:676.
Lotner GZ, Vanderpool GE, Carroll MS, Tinkelman DG, Spangler DL. Bioavailability of sustained-release theophylline granules in apple sauce in pediatric asthmatic patients. Ann Allergy 1983;50:27.
Tinkelman DG, Vanderpool GE, Carroll MS, Lotner GZ, Spangler DL. Comparison of nebulized terbutaline (TERB) and subcutaneous epinephrine (EPI) in the treatment of acute asthma. Ann Allergy 1983;50(6):398.
Lotner GZ, Vanderpool GE, Carroll MS, Spangler DL, Tinkelman DG. Use of Seralyzer System for theophylline level determination in an office setting. Ann Allergy 1985;55(3):454.
Tinkelman DG, Webb CS, Vanderpool GE, Carroll MS, Spangler DL, Lotner GZ. The use of ketotifen in the prophylaxis of seasonal allergic asthma. Ann Allergy 1986;56(3):213.
Spector S, Bronsky E, Chervinsky P, Lotner G, Koepke J, Selner J, Pearlman D, Tinkelman D, Weakley S, Alderfer V, Gorder JW, Wilkinson DJ. Multicenter, double-blind, placebo controlled trial of triamcinolone acetonide nasal aerosol in the treatment of perennial allergic rhinitis. Ann Allergy 1990;64(3):300.Abstracts:
Lotner GZ, Potsic WP et al. Electroacoustic tympanometry and otoscopy in atopic children. Presented at Society for Ear, Nose and Throat Advances in Children 5th Annual Meeting 1977.
Lotner GZ, Lynch JM, Betz SJ, Henson PM. A platelet activating factor derived from human neutrophils. Presented at American Academy of Allergy 35th Annual Meeting New Orleans 1979.
Betz SJ, Lotner GZ, Henson PM. Release of platelet activating factor by human neutrophils. Red Proc 1979.
Lotner GZ, Tinkelman DG. Use of Seralyzer System for theophylline level determination in an office setting. J Allergy Clin Immunol 1985;75(1):127.
ZuWallack RL, Rosen JP, Cohen L. Rachelefsky GS, Gong H Jr, Goldsobel AB, Kaliner MA, White MV, Bronsky EA, Chervinsky P, Lotner GZ, Corren J, Bodenheimer S. The effectiveness of once-daily dosing of inhaled flunisolide in maintaining asthma control. J Allergy Clin Immunol 1997; Mar 99(3):278-85.
Lotner GZ. Keeping Up: Current methods for measuring antihistamine efficacy. Presented at Meeting the Challenge of Allergic Rhinitis Management Seminar Atlanta 2000.
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