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Dr Mier graduated in medicine at Middlesex Hospital, London. After training posts in cardiology and rheumatology at the Middlesex Hospital, general medicine and neurology at (what is now) Chelsea and Westminster Hospital, and general medicine and endocrinology at Royal Free Hospital, Dr Mier became registrar at Royal Brompton Hospital, carrying out research into respiratory muscle physiology, where she completed her MD thesis, and then later lecturer and senior medical registrar at Charing Cross Hospital.
She has been Consultant Physician at Royal Free London NHS Trust, Chase Farm Hospital since 1992, where she is the Lead Clinician in Asthma and Allergies . She was a Member of the Research Committee of the British Thoracic Society for 3 years.
She was awarded the Physicians as Educators qualification from the Royal College of Physicians, and she is an Examiner for the PACES examination for the Membership of the Royal College of Physicians.
Her interests include cough, breathlessness, chest infections, asthma, allergies and COPD, lung cancer, sleep disorders and fatigue.
Areas of interest
All respiratory disorders including asthma, allergy, COPD, sleep disorders, chest infections, lung cancer. General health including fatigue syndromes.
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Current NHS consultant posts held
Royal Free London
Published many papers in the field of respiratory muscle disorders and other respiratory conditions
English, French, Polish
Action of the abdominal muscles on the rib cage in man. Mier A, Brophy C, Estenne M et al Journal of Applied Physiology 1985: 58: 1438-1443.
Phrenic nerve stimulation in normal subjects and in patients with diaphragmatic weakness. Mier A, Brophy C, Moxham J, Green M Thorax 1987:42: 885-888.
Assessment of diaphragmatic weakness. Mier A, Brophy C, Moxham J, Green M Am. Rev. Resp. Dis. 1988:137: 877-883.
Respiratory muscle weakness during viral upper respiratory tract infections. Mier A, Brophy C, Moxham J, Green M Am. Rev. Resp. Dis. 1988:138: 5-7.
Respiratory muscle weakness – Topical Review Mier A Respiratory medicine 1990:84: 351-359.
Affiliations / memberships
BMA, Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians, Chelsea Clinical Society and Medical Society of London, IDF, British Thoracic Society.