Karen E.  Dull

Karen Dull, MD

Associate Physician in Medicine

Assistant Professor of Pediatrics, Harvard Medical School

    Contact: 781-340-8287
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Medical Services


  • Emergency Medicine


  • Emergency Medicine
  • Medicine


  • Emergency Medicine
To schedule an appointment: Call 781-340-8287

Experience and Education


Medical School

University of Buffalo, 1995

Buffalo, NY

Residency, Pediatrics

Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh, 1995-1998

Pittsburg, PA

Fellowship, Pediatric Emergency Medicine

Boston Children's Hospital, 1998-2001

Boston, MA



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  1. Dull KE, Bachur RG. Simulation in the pediatric emergency department. Clin Pediatr (Phila). 2012 Aug; 51(8):711-7.
  2. Gadjeva M, Tomczak MF, Zhang M, Wang YY, Dull K, Rogers AB, Erdman SE, Fox JG, Carroll M, Horwitz BH. A role for NF-kappa B subunits p50 and p65 in the inhibition of lipopolysaccharide-induced shock. J Immunol. 2004 Nov 01; 173(9):5786-93.
  3. Dull KE, Fleisher GR. Pigtail catheters versus large-bore chest tubes for pneumothoraces in children treated in the emergency department. Pediatr Emerg Care. 2002 Aug; 18(4):265-7.
  4. Hoffman RA, Langrehr JM, Dull KE, McCarthy SA, Jordan ML, Simmons RL. Macrophage synthesis of nitric oxide in the mouse mixed leucocyte reaction. Transpl Immunol. 1994 Dec; 2(4):313-20.
  5. Hoffman RA, Langrehr JM, Wren SM, Dull KE, Ildstad ST, McCarthy SA, Simmons RL. Characterization of the immunosuppressive effects of nitric oxide in graft vs host disease. J Immunol. 1993 Aug 01; 151(3):1508-18.
  6. Hoffman RA, Langrehr JM, Dull KE, Simmons RL. Nitric oxide production by mouse sponge matrix allograft-infiltrating cells. Comparison with the rat species. Transplantation. 1993 Mar; 55(3):591-6.
  7. Langrehr JM, Dull KE, Ochoa JB, Billiar TR, Ildstad ST, Schraut WH, Simmons RL, Hoffman RA. Evidence that nitric oxide production by in vivo allosensitized cells inhibits the development of allospecific CTL. Transplantation. 1992 Mar; 53(3):632-40.
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