Fellowship Training Program

Fellowship training in pulmonary, critical care, and sleep medicine at Temple University Hospital is sponsored by the Division of Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine of the Temple University School of Medicine. The division is made up of a diverse group of physician educators and physician scientists who are interested in training physicians in every aspect of the clinical and basic sciences of the respiratory system. Temple University Hospital is the sole teaching institution for all of this activity and includes state of the art inpatient and outpatient facilities, including the Temple Lung Center, a regionally and nationally famous diagnostic and treatment center for advanced lung diseases. At the end of a three year fellowship, trainees will be board eligible for certification in pulmonary, critical care, sleep and transplantation medicine. All trainees will have access to a variety of research programs that focus on the physiology, pathophysiology, cell biology and molecular biology of the respiratory system in both health and disease. The integration of research with patient care assures proper training in pulmonary and critical care medicine, thus providing the opportunity for a trainee to enter either academic medicine or private practice.

Gerard J. Criner, M.D.
Chief, Division of Pulmonary and Critical Care

A. James Mamary , MD
Director, Fellowship Training Program

Sandi Salas
Fellowship Coordinator
sandra.salas@tuhs.temple.edu, 215-707-2526

2012 Annual Fellows and Residents Research Forum

The video below shows scenes from the 2012 Annual Fellows and Residents Research Forum. This event provides an opportunity for Residents and Fellows to present their research effort to the Faculty of the Department of Medicine.