Emory’s Pulmonary and Critical Care fellowship program focuses on research and clinical care. The program, which lasts for three years, recruits six fellows each year. Led by associate professor of medicine and pulmonary and critical care fellowship program director David A. Schulman, MD, MPH, the program allows fellows to customize their training to their unique goals. After the first year of fellowship, fellows choose a pathway (clinical expert/clinical educator or clinical-scientist) that best meets their career goals.
Learn more about what makes the Emory Pulmonary and Critical Care fellowship unique from Drs. David Schulman, Lucian Marts (fellow), and Priya Rajaram (fellow) in this short video.
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