Rotations and Clinical Experience
- Pulmonary Mycobacterial Disease at National Jewish Health in Denver, CO
- Interventional Pulmonology at Weill Cornell Medical Center in New York, NY
- Pulmonary Hypertension at Lenox Hill Hospital in New York, NY
Didactics and Conferences
Our pulmonary fellowship offers a strong didactic program. Educational opportunities occur three times per week. These include:
- Lectures by on-site faculty members and outside guest speakers
- Grand rounds held virtually with other institutions
- Journal clubs, case presentations, clinicopathological conferences (CPCs), and topic reviews conducted by the fellows
- Board review sessions
- Combined pulmonary-interventional cardiology conferences to review pulmonary embolism management
During the second year of the program, fellows will see a research project through from inception to completion. Work on this project will involve planning, presentation to the Institutional Review Board (IRB), data collection, and analysis. Results will be reported within our institution and submitted for publication.
Fellows will work closely with the members of the research department and their faculty advisor throughout the process. As an added plus, we currently have graduate students from the St. John’s University Collaborative Health Integrative Research Program available to work with our fellows on their projects.
Apply to our pulmonary fellowship
To learn more about how to apply to the program and which items you will need to include in your application, please take a look at our Application and Contact Info page.