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Dr. Long enjoys pulmonary physiology and disease and how it blends with critical care. His interest in the specialty started as a third-year medical student at OHSU working at the VA. During his time in residency and in fellowship, his interest grew into research projects focused on understanding cardiopulmonary interactions on the ventilator. Another passion of Dr. Long’s is teaching and helping learners grow. He believes critical care is a unique environment in that when it works well it incorporates learners into the team and the physician is a critical leader in their clinical curriculum.

During his fellowship at the Mayo Clinic, Dr. Long worked with leaders in many areas of pulmonary disease including interstitial lung disease, bronchiectasis, and lung cancer. He received excellent training in pleural disease management involving thoracentesis, chest tube placement, and pleural catheter placement. Dr. Long also has experience and training with bronchoscopy and critical care.

Dr. Long likes to make sure patients are getting the best evidence-based care possible. He enjoys teaching and working in the ICU. He also enjoys the procedures of the specialty, thoracentesis, bronchoscopy, intubation, and central lines.

Dr. Long grew up in Portland and has always enjoyed the countryside, outdoor activities, spending time with friends, and trying new food. Outside of work, Dr. Long likes spending time with his family, reading, guitar, and exercising.

Other Activities

Member, American College of Chest Physicians (CHEST)

Member, American Thoracic Society

Member, Society of Critical Care Medicine


Fellowship, Mayo Clinic College of Medicine, Rochester, MN, 2021

Internship & Residency, Tulane University, New Orleans, LA, 2018

MD, Oregon Health & Science University, Portland, OR, 2014

MS, Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR, 2009

BA, Franklin & Marshall College, Lancaster, PA, 2007


Critical Care Medicine

Pulmonary Medicine – Board Eligible


Quality Improvement Project of the Year, Mayo Clinic, 2019-2020

Chief Resident, Internal Medicine, Tulane University, 2018

Quality Champion, University Medical Center New Orleans, 2017-2018

Quality Improvement Project of the Year, Tulane University, 2015

Most Knowledgeable Intern, Tulane Internal Medicine Program, 2014


Long CM, Rohrmann GF, Merrill GF. Virology. 2009 Jun 5; 388 (2):231-5 Epub 2009 May 01 PMID: 19409596

Harris ZM, Long CM, Chichra A. American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine. 05/21/2017; 197(B41):A3275.

Long CM, Hoskote SS. Non-Resolving pneumonia: An indolent malignancy and a congenital malformation; A tale of delayed diagnosis. Chest: 2019. DOI:

Long, CM, Oeckler, RA, Gallo De Moraes A, Cortes-Puentes C. National Survey on the Management of refractory hypoxemic respiratory failure. DOI:

Long, CM, Wiley B, Gallo de Moraes A, Oecklar RA. Longitudinal evaluation of right ventricle function using speckle tracking echocardiography in patients with acute hypoxemic respiratory failure. October 2020Chest 158(4):A623 DOI:10.1016/j.chest.2020.08.587

Long CM A. Tande A, Midthun DE, Goel S, Kern R. Isolated Left Mainstem and Left Upper Lobe Bronchomalacia as a Presentation of Histoplasmosis.