Research Subject Advocate, General Clinical Research Center
11 S Paca St., Ste, 200
Education and Training
Rice University, Houston, TX: BA – Biochemistry, 1998
Texas A&M University College of Medicine: MD, 2002
University of Colorado, Colorado School of Public Health: MSPH, 2009
The University of Chicago Hospitals, Residency in Internal Medicine, 2002
The University of Colorado-Denver, Fellowship in Pulmonary & Critical Care Medicine, 2008
The University of Colorado-Denver, Residency in Occupational & Environmental Medicine, 2009
Dr. Hines is board-certified in Occupational Medicine, Pulmonary Medicine, Critical Care Medicine and Internal Medicine. She is a member of the American Thoracic Society, the American College of Occupational and Environmental Medicine, and the International Society for Respiratory Protection.
Dr. Hines’ research interests include respiratory protection and pulmonary function and symptom analysis in occupational exposure groups. She has participated in medical surveillance and studies of workers exposed to depleted uranium and other military-relevant sources, epoxy resins, artificial flavoring ingredients, coal and hard rock miners and workers exposed to beryllium. She has made invited presentations at local and international conferences.
Dr. Hines serves as the Associate National Medical Director of the Building Trades Medical Screening Program. This Department of Energy (DOE)-sponsored program provides medical surveillance for over 18,000 former DOE workers from the construction trades. She teaches pre-clinical coursework within the School of Medicine and precepts students, residents and fellows in her outpatient and inpatient practices.
occupational lung disease, military exposures, respiratory protection, construction worker, lung cancer screening, pulmonary function, spirometry, exposure-related disease
Hines SE, Gucer P, Kligerman S, Breyer R, Centeno J, Gaitens J, Oliver M, Engelhardt S, Squibb K, McDiarmid M. Pulmonary Health Effects in Gulf War I Service Members Exposed to Depleted Uranium. Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine. 2013:55;937-944.
Hines SE, Barker EA, Robinson M, Knight V, Gaitens J, Sills M, Duvall K, Rose CS. Cross-Sectional Study of Respiratory Symptoms, Spirometry, and Immunologic Sensitivity in Epoxy Resin Workers. Clinical and Translational Science. 2015:8;722-28.
Hines, SE, Mueller, N, Oliver, M, Gucer, P, McDiarmid, M. Qualitative Analysis of Origins and Evolution of an Elastomeric Respirator-based Hospital Respiratory Protection Program. Journal of the International Society for Respiratory Protection. 2017:34:95-111.
Hines, SE, Barnes, AH, Brown, C, Gucer, P, Oliver, MS, Gaitens, JM, Condon, M, McDiarmid, M. Impulse Oscillometry Measurement of Distal Airways Obstruction in Depleted Uranium Exposed Gulf War Veterans. American Journal of Industrial Medicine. 2018:61:308-316.
Hines, SE, Brown, C, Oliver, M, Gucer, P, Frisch, M, Hogan, R, Roth, T, Chang, J, McDiarmid, M. User acceptance of reusable respirators in healthcare. American Journal of Infection Control. 2019:47:648-655.
Selected to Alpha Omega Alpha, Honor Medical Society, 2002
Golden Apple Award for Best Pre-clinical Faculty as selected by the graduating Class of 2017, University of Maryland School of Medicine, May 18, 2017
Recognized as a “Top Doc” by Baltimore magazine, 2014, 2016, 2017