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    Marilyn Li, MD

    TitleClinical Associate Professor of Pediatrics (Clinician Educator)
    SchoolKeck School of Medicine of USC
    DepartmentPediatrics
    AddressGLB 1-G14 1801 Marengo Street
    Off Campus
    Los Angeles California 90033
    Phone+1 323 409 3737
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      1. Scott L, Li M, Thobani S, Nichols B, Morphew T, Kwong KY. Asthma control and need for future asthma controller therapy among inner-city Hispanic asthmatic children engaged in a pediatric asthma disease management program (the Breathmobile program, Mobile Asthma Care for Kids Network). J Asthma. 2016 Aug; 53(6):629-34. PMID: 27221537.
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      2. Scott L, Li M, Thobani S, Nichols B, Morphew T, Kwong KY. Factors affecting ability to achieve asthma control in adult patients with moderate to severe persistent asthma. J Asthma. 2016 Aug; 53(6):644-9. PMID: 27058241.
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      3. Dunton G, Dzubur E, Li M, Huh J, Intille S, McConnell R. Momentary Assessment of Psychosocial Stressors, Context, and Asthma Symptoms in Hispanic Adolescents. Behav Modif. 2016 Jan; 40(1-2):257-80. PMID: 26438664.
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      4. Dzubur E, Li M, Kawabata K, Sun Y, McConnell R, Intille S, Dunton GF. Design of a smartphone application to monitor stress, asthma symptoms, and asthma inhaler use. Ann Allergy Asthma Immunol. 2015 Apr; 114(4):341-342.e2. PMID: 25661657.
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      5. Jones CA, Morphew T, Clement LT, Kimia T, Dyer M, Li M, Hanley-Lopez J. A school-based case identification process for identifying inner city children with asthma: the Breathmobile program. Chest. 2004 Mar; 125(3):924-34. PMID: 15006951.
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