Emory Pulmonary and Critical Care Fellowship Program Director David Schulman
and the Pulmonary and Critical Care fellows (led by Priyanka Rajaram and Michael Lava), recently created a new online tool to improve educational resources within Emory. The tool, called PFTeach, is open to Emory residents, medical students, and the entire medical community. PFTeach is designed to help users better understand the interpretation and use of pulmonary function tests (PFTs) and associated non-invasive diagnostic tools.
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More about the Pulmonary and Critical Care Fellowship
The Emory University Pulmonary and Critical Care Fellowship recruits six fellows who train for a three to four year period of specialty experience. During their first year of fellowship, fellows receive both clinical and research training and then opt to enroll in either the clinical expert/clinical educator pathway or the clinician-scientist pathway. Learn more