Pediatric Pulmonary Specialist
Board Certified in Pediatric Pulmonology and Pediatric Medicine
Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Plano
Monday – Friday: 8:30 AM to 5:00 PM
After-Hours and Emergencies
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Hauw S. Lie, MD – Biography
Hauw S. Lie, MD. is board-certified in General Pediatrics and Pediatric Pulmonology. He was born in Kansas City, MO and moved to the Texas Panhandle at a young age, spending the formative years of his childhood in Amarillo, TX. He received his Bachelor of Science degree in Biology at Southwestern University in Georgetown, TX. From there he attended medical school at Texas Tech University School of Medicine in Lubbock and Amarillo, TX. He moved on to complete his pediatric residency at The University of Missouri – Columbia School of Medicine. After completing his pediatric pulmonology fellowship at Washington University in St. Louis, St. Louis Children’s Hospital in 2007, he moved back to Texas to join the practice.
Growing up with asthma himself, Dr. Lie has a personal passion to empower children to thrive in spite of their lung disease. He is privileged to be a partner in a child’s care and sees it as a unique challenge to customize a treatment plan specific to each family’s needs. He takes great pride in watching how proper therapy allows children to excel in their academics, sports, music, arts, and other pursuits.
Dr. Lie resides in Lewisville, TX with his wife and daughter. He enjoys watching sports and has been a lifelong Dallas Cowboys fan. He also likes to travel, discover new indie bands, watch movies, and hopes to one day get back on the Bianchi that has become a dusty piece of wall art in his garage.
Hauw S. Lie, M.D. – Curriculum Vitae
- Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Plano, Plano, TX – 2007 to present
- Children’s Medical Center of Dallas, Dallas, TX – 2008 to present
- Children’s Medical Center of Plano, Plano, TX – 2008 to present
- Medical Center of Plano, Plano, TX – 2008 to present
- Medical City Dallas Hospital, Dallas, TX – 2008 to present
- Texas Scottish Rite Hospital for Children, Dallas, TX – 2008 to present
Postgraduate Training Speciality
Fellowship in Pediatric Pulmonology, Washington University in St. Louis School of Medicine, St. Louis Children’s Hospital, St. Louis, MO – 7/2004 to 6/2007
Residency in General Pediatrics, University of Missouri – Columbia School of Medicine, Columbia, MO – 7/2001 to 6/2004
MD, Texas Tech University School of Medicine, Lubbock and Amarillo, TX – 8/1997 to 5/2001
BS, Biology (Minor in Chemistry), Southwestern University, Georgetown, TX – 8/1994 to 12/1996
University of Texas, Austin, TX – 8/1992 to 5/1994
American Thoracic Society – 2004 to present
State of Texas
Honors and Awards
- MD Anderson Foundation Endowed Scholarhip, Southwestern University – 8/1994 to 12/1996
- Academic Distinction List, Southwestern University – 8/1995 to 12/1996
Clinical Fellow, Washington University School of Medicine, St. Louis, MO – 2005 to 2007
Characterizing an Amish-Mennonite community enriched with a high frequency of primary ciliary dyskinesia, and conducting genetic linkage analyses to find a common novel disease-causing mutation.
Testing the hypothesis that genetic ciliary defects are a leading cause of neonatal respiratory distress using high-throughput DNA sequencing to screen for mutations in candidate genes utilizing an existing well characterized repository of neonatal DNA
Co-Investigator – 2005 to 2007
Genetics of Mucociliary Clearance Consortium, Washington University School of Medicine, St. Louis, MO
Extensive involvement in a multicenter collaboration studying patients with primary ciliary dyskinesia and other rare forms of impaired mucociliary clearance.
Unique experience in the evaluation and treatment of patients with PCD, performing nasal epithelial biopsies for diagnosis, and obtaining nasal nitric oxide measurements.
Lead Investigator – 2005
Primary ciliary dyskinesia outreach clinic, Washington University School of Medicine, St. Louis, MO
In a collaborative effort with the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, co-led an outreach clinic in Buffalo, MO collecting clinical and diagnostic data to investigate an Amish-Mennonite community with primary ciliary dyskinesia.
Research Assistant – Summer 1993 to 1996
Stephen E. Wright, M.D., Texas Tech Health Sciences Center, Amarillo, TX
Demonstrated the protective effect of a recombinant vaccinia virus expressing anchored HIV-1 gp120 lacking gp41 against an HIV-1 envelope-tumor.
Research Assistant – Summer 1991
Stephen E. Wright, M.D., Texas Tech Health Sciences Center, Amarillo, TX
Statistical analysis of research data for published article–S.E. Wright and D.D. Bennett. “Avian retroviral recombinant expressing foreign envelope delays tumour formation of ASV-A-induced sarcoma.” Vaccine 10: 375-378, 1992.
Lie H, Herrin R, Zariwala MA, Leigh MW, Knowles MR, Bowcock A, Ferkol T. A novel gene may be involved in the high prevalence of primary ciliary dyskinesia in an Amish-Mennonite community. Poster session: Gordon Research Conference – Cilia, Mucus, and Mucociliary Interaction, Ventura, CA. – 2/2007
Lie H, Brown D, Hazucha M, Forsen J, Quante J, Minnix S, Carson J, Zariwala M, White D, Cannon C, Spivey J, Rivera K, Kertz L, Knowles M, Leigh M, Ferkol T. Increased prevalence of primary ciliary dyskinesia in an Amish-Mennonite community. Poster session: American Thoracic Society International Conference, San Diego, CA. – 5/2006
Lie H, Brown D, Hazucha M, Forsen J, Quante J, Minnix S, Carson J, Zariwala M, White D, Cannon C, Spivey J, Rivera K, Kertz L, Knowles M, Leigh M, Ferkol T. Increased prevalence of primary ciliary dyskinesia in an Amish-Mennonite community. Poster session: Rare Lung Disease Consortium Conference, Cincinnati, OH. – 4/2006
Lie H, Zariwala M, Puffenberger E, Strauss K, Bowcock A, Carson J, Leigh L, Knowles M, Ferkol T. The genetic basis of primary ciliary dyskinesia in Amish communities. Mini-Symposium: B96 New data regarding uncommon pediatric lung diseases, American Thoracic Society International Conference, San Diego, CA – 5/2009
Ferkol TW, Puffenberger EG, Lie H, Helms C, Strauss KA, Bowcock A, Carson JL, Hazucha M, Morton DH, Patel AC, Leigh MW, Knowles MR, Zariwala MA. Primary ciliary dyskinesia-causing mutations in Amish and Mennonite communities. J Pediatr 163: 383-7, 2013.
Lie H, Zariwala MA, Helms C, Bowcock AM, Carson JL, Brown DE 3rd, Hazucha MJ, Forsen J, Molter D, Knowles MR, Leigh MW, Ferkol TW. Primary ciliary dyskinesia in Amish communities. J Pediatr 156: 1023-5, 2010.
Lie H, Ferkol T. Primary ciliary dyskinesia: recent advances in pathogenesis, diagnosis and treatment. Drugs 67:1883-92, 2007.
Ferkol T, Mitchison H, O’Callaghan C, Leigh M, Carson J, Lie H, Rosenbluth D, Brody SL: Current issues in the basic mechanisms, pathophysiology, diagnosis, and management of primary ciliary dyskinesia. European Respiratory Monograph 37:291–313, 2006.
Lie H and Wright SE. Enhanced HIV-1 envelope-tumor protection by a recombinant vaccinia virus expressing anchored HIV-1 gp120 lacking gp41. Int J Mol Med 3: 397-400, 1999.
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