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Pulmonary, Critical Care and Sleep Medicine

Pulmonary and critical care fellow Kamen Rangelov, MD and division chief Sanjay Sethi, MD

Pulmonary and critical care fellow Kamen Rangelov, MD, (left) works alongside division chief Sanjay Sethi, MD, whose research focuses on areas of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease including bacterial infection, innate lung defense and new therapeutics.

We train tomorrow's physician-scientists, investigate the pathogenesis, treatment and prevention of an array of pulmonary diseases and provide excellent care for the Buffalo area.

We offer excellent training and research opportunities with nationally and internationally recognized experts in our fellowship program. Our translational research programs contribute to the treatment and prevention of an array of diseases. And our faculty provide important clinical care in the area's major hospitals.

Our faculty are internationally-renowned researchers, well-respected clinicians and instructors who are repeatedly recognized with teaching awards.
Medical students, residents and fellows find that our division provides them with the experience, training and knowledge they need to build successful careers.
We place special emphasis on translational and clinical research; in our division, you can take advantage of an array of research resources and opportunities.
Our division’s clinical work provides valuable training and teaching opportunities for fellows, residents and medical students while enabling patient recruitment for our clinical and translational research efforts. 
Read the latest news about our division, faculty and research.

Division Chief

Sethi, Sanjay
Sanjay Sethi, MD
Professor and Chief, Pulmonary, Critical Care and Sleep Medicine; Vice Chair for Research

Upcoming Events
SMBS Event: Department of Medicine City-Wide Grand Rounds (Clinical Pathologic Conference) "A 41-Year Old Schizophrenic Female Presenting with Weight Loss and Persistent and Progressive Dysphagia"
12:00 p.m.
CTRC Room 5019 with live video stream to ECMC 2nd Fl Medical Staff Dining/Conf Rm and VA WNY Healthcare System Conf Rm 803C
SMBS Event: Pulmonary Fellows` Conference
8:00 a.m.
Buffalo VA Medical Center, Room 803C
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