The Division of Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine strives to advance our knowledge of lung health and disease through a combination of education and research. Our Pulmonary and Critical Care Fellowship Program provides rigorous clinical and investigative training to the next generation of Pulmonary and Critical Care Physician-Scientists and our mentor based research program provides outstanding laboratory, translational, and clinical investigative training to pre- and post-doctoral trainees.
We have approximately 60 faculty members, 40 of them full-time, dedicated to clinical practice, research, and teaching in Pulmonary and Critical Care. The division boasts a robust research portfolio with over $10 million in annual grants as well as several important gifts. Through Northwestern Medicine care facilities, division faculty offer active clinical services with approximately 20,000 annual patient visits.
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Learn about our fellowship program as well as our other contributions to the education of future leaders in pulmonary and critical care
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- Patient Care
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Message from the Chief
- 06.17.2017Mitochondria Behind Blood Cell Formation
- 04.10.2017Robert Cohen addresses Queensland's Coal Workers' Pneumoconiosis Select Committee on re-emergence of black lung