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Danuta  I Bujak
 

Danuta I Bujak Ph.D.

Academic Title: Instructor
Primary Appointment: Medicine
Secondary Appointments: Medicine
dbujak@medicine.umaryland.edu
Location: MSTF Room 8-34
Phone: (410) 706-1505
Fax: (410) 706-0231

Research Interests:

Osteoarthritis
- risk factors for disease progression
- biomarkers
- epidemiological studies

Early Lyme disease (epidemiology)
- predictors of outcome
- post-Lyme syndrome


Publications:

Weinstein A, Bujak DI, Mittelman A, Davidian M.  Erythema nodosum in a patient with renal cell carcinoma treated with interleukin 2 and lymphokine-activated killer cells.  JAMA 1987; 258,21:3120-3121.

Weinstein A, Bujak DI.  Lyme disease: a review of its clinical features.  New York State Journal of Medicine 1989, 89:566-571.

Asch ES, Bujak DI, Weiss M, Peterson MGM, Weinstein A.  Lyme disease: An infectious and post-infectious syndrome.  J Rheumatol 1994, 21:454-461.

Asch ES, Bujak DI, Weinstein A.  Long-term clinical outcomes of Lyme disease.  Annals of Internal Medicine 1995, 122:960.

Bujak DI, Weinstein A, Dornbush RL.  Clinical and neurocognitive features of post Lyme syndrome.  J Rheumatol 1996, 23:1392-1397.

Bujak DI, Guardino S, Weinstein A.  Lyme disease.  Lippincott’s Primary Care Practice.  1998, 2(1):87-92.

Bujak DI.  Daily hassles, trait-anxiety, and cognitive appraisal of stress in early Lyme disease as predictors of health status at follow-up.  Dissertation Abstracts International.  1998, UMI 9819851.

Fallon J, Bujak DI, Guardino S, Weinstein A.  The Fibromyalgia Impact Questionnaire: A useful tool in evaluating patients with post-Lyme disease syndrome.  Arthritis Care Research 1999, 12(1):42-47