Dr. Mark Frampton is Professor of Medicine and Environmental Medicine in the Pulmonary and Critical Care Division at the University of Rochester School of Medicine. He received his MD from New York University School of Medicine and then trained in Internal Medicine at Buffalo General Hospital. After nine years of private practice in Williamson, New York, he completed Pulmonary and Critical Care training at the University of Rochester, and then joined the faculty. His primary research interest is the health effects of air pollution, and he directs an NIH-funded training program in pulmonary research.
Dr. Frampton directs the Pulmonary Function Laboratory at Strong Memorial Hospital. He has an active outpatient pulmonary clinic, seeing a broad spectrum of patients with pulmonary diseases, and also attends and teaches on the Pulmonary Consultation Service at Strong Memorial Hospital. He has a special interest in tuberculosis, having directed the Wayne County Tuberculosis Clinic for more than 30 years, and has been caring for patients with tuberculosis infection and disease at the Monroe County Health Department for more than 20 years.