William Jonathan Parsons, MD

Assistant Professor of Medicine
Email address bill.parsons@duke.edu

1989 - 1991 Assistant Professor of Medicine, Duke University Medical Center, Durham, North Carolina (mentors Dr. Gary Stiles, Dr. Claude Piantadosi, Dr. Joseph Greenfield)

1991 - 1993 Assistant Professor of Medicine (Molecular Cardiology), The University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas, Dallas, Texas (mentor Dr. R. Sanders Williams)

Clinical Interests: Cardiovascular Imaging, Vascular Medicine, Consultative Cardiology, Preventive Cardiology

Education and Training

  • Cardiology Fellowship, Medicine, Duke University School of Medicine, 1985 - 1988
  • Resident in Medicine, University of Rochester School of Medicine and Denistry, 1983 - 1985
  • General Medical Officer, Gallup Indian Medical Center, 1981 - 1983
  • Internship in Medicine, Roger Williams Medical Center, 1980 - 1981
  • M.D., Dartmouth Medical School, 1980
  • B.A., Dartmouth College, 1977

Publications

Parsons, W. J., J. A. Richardson, K. H. Graves, R. S. Williams, and R. W. Moreadith. “Gradients of transgene expression directed by the human myoglobin promoter in the developing mouse heart..” Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 90, no. 5 (March 1, 1993): 1726–30. https://doi.org/10.1073/pnas.90.5.1726.

PMID
8446585
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Parsons, W. J., J. C. Rembert, R. P. Bauman, J. C. Greenfield Jr., and C. A. Piantadosi. “Regional myocardial oxygenation during adenosine-mediated hyperemia (Abstract).” Circulation. American Heart Association, 1993.

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Parsons, W. J., J. M. Shelton, D. J. Kessler, and J. A. Richardson. “Reciprocal expression of cytochrome oxidase genes during murine myogenesis (Abstract).” Journal of the American College of Cardiology. Elsevier, 1993.

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Parsons, W. J., R. W. Moreadith, K. H. Graves, J. A. Richardson, and R. S. Williams. “The human myoglobin promoter directs chamber-specific and transmurally heterogeneous transcription in hearts of transgenic mice (Abstract).” Journal of the American College of Cardiology. Elsevier, 1992.

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Parsons, W. J., G. A. Hand, and J. A. Richardson. “Chamber-specific expression of myoglobin in fetal murine hearts: developmental program or transcriptional response to metabolic demand? (Abstract).” Clinical Research, 1992.

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Parsons, W. J., G. A. Ordway, and G. A. Hand. “The fetal pattern of cytochrome c oxidase isogene expression is recapitulated by tonic exercise (Abstract).” Circulation. American Heart Association, 1992.

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Parsons, W., J. Rembert, R. Bauman, F. Duhaylongsod, J. Greenfield, and C. Piantadosi. “INVIVO RELATIONSHIP OF CARDIAC O2 CONSUMPTION TO CYTOCHROME-A,A3 OXIDATION LEVEL DURING ISCHEMIA AND REPERFUSION (Abstract).” The Faseb Journal, March 19, 1991.

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Piantadosi, C. A., W. J. Parsons, and J. A. Greibel. “Application of NIR spectroscopy to problems of tissue oxygenation.” In Update in Intensive Care and Emergency Medicine, edited by G. Gutierrez and J. L. Vincent, 12:41–55, 1991.

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Parsons, W. J., J. C. Rembert, R. P. Bauman, F. G. Dahaylongsod, J. C. Greenfield Jr., and C. A. Piantadosi. “Partial coronary occlusion is associated with depletion of tissue oxygen stores (Abstract).” Journal of the American College of Cardiology. Elsevier, 1991.

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Parsons, W. J., J. C. Rembert, R. P. Bauman, F. G. Duhaylongsod, J. C. Greenfield Jr., and C. A. Piantadosi. “In vivo relationship of cardiac 02 consumption to cytochrome a,a3 oxidation level during ischemia and reperfusion (Abstract).” The Faseb Journal, 1991.

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