Pulmonary, Critical Care, Allergy & Immunologic Diseases

The Pulmonary, Critical Care, Allergy & Immunologic Diseases Section provides education at all levels of medical training:  didactic education and clinical training for medical students, residents, fellows, physician assistant students, pharmacy students and residents, and many levels of community CME.  Our faculty are leaders in the education arena, with a number serving as course and curriculum directors and core faculty, and many receiving nominations as "Teacher of the Year" by the internal medicine residents.  We are proud that the Teacher of the Year is often one of our faculty members.

Education is a core mission within our Section.  All faculty members participate in educational experiences, and nearly all provide lectures and educational activities for our medical students, residents, and fellows. These faculty members have a significant commitment to specific educational programs:

Pulmonary and Critical Care Fellowship Training Program

  • Dr. Edward Haponik, Program Director
  • Dr. Matthew Miles, Associate Program Director

Allergy and Immunology Fellowship Training Program

  • Dr. Jason Caldwell, Program Director

Medical Student Second-Year Respiratory Block

  • Dr. Edward Haponik and Dr. Matthew Miles, Co-Directors

Medical Student Third and Fourth Year Rotation

  • Dr. Arjun Chatterjee, Coordinator

Internal Medicine House Staff Executive Committee

  • Dr. Matthew Miles, Core Faculty

Section Conferences and Pulmonary Grand Rounds

  • Dr. Matthew Miles, Coordinator


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