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Danielle R. Glick, MD

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Assistant Professor

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100 N Greene Street, 2nd Floor

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Education and Training

  • Bucknell University, BS, Cell Biology and Biochemistry, 2010
  • University of Maryland School of Medicine, MD, 2014
  • University of Maryland Medical Center, Internal Medicine, 2017
  • University of Maryland Medical Center, Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine, 2020
  • University of Maryland Medical Center, Sleep Medicine, 2021



  • Internal Medicine
  • Pulmonary Disease
  • Critical Care Medicine


Dr. Glick has several areas of interest in the fields of Pulmonary and Sleep medicine. During her pulmonary fellowship, she participated in research focusing on the respiratory health of veterans exposed to both depleted uranium as well as blast injury. Through this work, she has focused on the specific application of impulse oscillometry to the evaluation of pulmonary function in these populations. Additionally, this work served as an introduction to the field of occupational medicine and the effects that health can have on workplace performance and vice versa. To that end, she participated in a study during the COVID-19 pandemic examining the effects of moral injury on health care workers, and also the prevalence of poor sleep in that population. Currently, Dr. Glick is interested in learning more about how disordered sleep may have on employees in the workplace.

Research/Clinical Keywords

sleep in the workplace, impulse oscillometry, pulmonary function, obstructive sleep apnea

Highlighted Publications


Glick DR, deFilippi C, Christenson R, Gottdiener J, Seliger S. Long-term trajectory of two unique cardiac biomarkers and subsequent left ventricular structural pathology and risk of incident heart failure in community-dwelling older adults at low baseline risk. J Am Coll Cardiol HF. 1:353-360, 2013.

Glick DR, Motta M, Wiegand DL, Range P, Reed RM, Verceles AC, Shah NG, Netzer G. Anticipatory grief and impaired problem solving among surrogate decision makers of critically ill patients: A cross-sectional study. Intensive & Critical Care Nursing. 49:1-5, 2018.

Glick DR, Brown CH, Li L, Weiler-Lisowski B, Gaitens JM, McDiarmid M, Hines SE. Longitudinal Evaluation of Lung Function in Gulf War I Veterans Exposed to Depleted Uranium. JOEM. 62(12):1059-1062, 2020. 

Hines S, Chin K, Glick DR, Wickwire E. Trends in moral injury, distress, and resilience factors among healthcare workers at the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic. IJERPH. Received December 12, 2020.