The Division of Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine (PCCM) is comprised of a team of outstanding clinicians, scientists, and scholars dedicated to improving the lives of patients with serious lung disease and optimizing the treatment of the critically ill.
October 2015: Congratulations to our Division Chief, Mark Nicolls as the recipient of a new R01 and P01 grant. The former award is a large R01 entitled "Integrative Omics as a Discovery Tool for Pulmonary Hypertension" with Mark Nicolls, Marlene Rabinovitch and Michael Snyder serving as PIs. The P01 grant project entitled 'The Role of Macrophage-derived leukotriene B4 in pulmonary hypertension" is a program project with the University of Colorado and is the renewal of the longest running grant in the Lung Institute at the NHLBI, now in its 41st year of continuous funding. Dr. Nicolls also recently renewed his R01 grant titled "A Critical Role for Microvasculature in Airway Transplantation".
October 21, 2015: The Division announces Dr. Gundeep Dhillon is taking over as the Medical Director of the Stanford Lung/Heart-Lung Transplant Program. Dr. David Weill is stepping down after a decade of notable service to the transplant program which saw tremendous growth and revitalization under his leadership.
DoM Grand Rounds with Dr. Kari Nadeau - "Making and Breaking Immune Tolerance in Asthma and Allergies": November 18, 2015 @ 8:00-9:00 AM in LKSC Berg Hall
PCCM Holiday Party, Sheraton Hotel, Palo Alto, CA: December 16, 2015
ATS 2016 International Conference: May 13-18, 2016
About our Fellowship Program
Welcome to the Stanford Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine Fellowship. We offer a 3-year ACGME accredited fellowship designed to provide outstanding clinical and research training in an intellectually vibrant and highly supportive learning environment. Our fellowship’s three distinct tracks are structured to offer trainees experiences that align with their unique career goals. We also offer an additional 4th year of subspecialty training in Lung Transplantation, Pulmonary Hypertension and Sleep Medicine which fellows can apply for in their third year.
All fellows receive 18-20 months of clinical training in Pulmonary & Critical Care Medicine with core rotations at Stanford University Hospital, the Santa Clara Valley Medical Center, and the Palo Alto VA Health Care System. By rotating at these hospitals with distinct patient populations, fellows are exposed to a wide breadth of disease states and pathology. Our elective courses provide the opportunity for the additional in-depth study of specific areas of interest. Our fellows are also provided ample time to explore outstanding research opportunities at Stanford. Thank you for your interest in our fellowship program and for exploring our website. Please don't hesitate to contact us for further information. We are currently recruiting fellows for the class of 2016, as part of the NRMP match.