The Department of Medicine, UT Graduate School of Medicine, has recently received approval to expand our well established Pulmonary Disease Fellowship to become a Pulmonary Disease/Critical Care Medicine program beginning July 1, 2016.
The program will add two fellows beginning July 2016. The program is open to newly graduating medicine residents interested in a three-year Pulmonary Disease/Critical Care Program or current Pulmonary Disease Fellows that would like to complete an additional year in Critical Care Medicine. Please visit the application information page for more details. Deadline for application is March 15, 2016.
The Heart Lung Vascular Institute is one of the medical center's six Centers of Excellence. Each center is dedicated to providing comprehensive care to patients and expert commitment plays a critical role in the hospital's ongoing success.The Heart Lung Vascular Institute brings together expertise in clinical care, teaching and research. Patients receive exceptional healthcare combined with patient-centered care, premier technology and extensive patient/community education in one convenient outpatient facility.
Tina M. Dudney, MD, is the Chief of the Division of Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine. Dr. Dudney's research interests include: critical illness in pregnancy, thromboembolic disease, and circadian rhythm/sleep disorders in the critically ill.
"During my training period, I have been in various different places but have never experienced such a supportive, collegial and nurturing culture. UT Graduate School of Medicine at UT Medical Center has aided immensely in my personal and professional growth through a role model learning from our top-notched and easily approachable faculty members. It is an honor to be a part of this great institution."
Anil Singh, MD
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