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Pulmonary Disease and Critical Care

Program director M. Jeffery Mador, MD, with alumnus Jad Kebbe, MD

“Our nationally recognized faculty will support you with attentive guidance and decades of research expertise,” says fellowship director M. Jeffery Mador, MD, who mentored alumnus Jad Kebbe, MD (right).

Our strong clinical training and excellent research opportunities, across the broad spectrum of pulmonary critical care medicine, prepare our fellows for successful, productive careers.

Why Choose Our Fellowship Program?

Dedicated Faculty, Personal Attention

Our core faculty members, who are certified by the American Board of Internal Medicine, are clinically active physicians and researchers. Our low fellow-to-faculty ratio allows us to work closely with you, from direct observation and feedback at the bedside to advising you on your educational goals, patient care and scholarship. Many of us conduct clinical translational research and mentor fellows interested in doing the same.

Noteworthy Research Possibilities

Our faculty members have a broad range of research interests with extramural funding from the National Institutes of Health and the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs  to support our research projects. You will have opportunities to conduct translational, bench, clinical and epidemiological research.

Comprehensive Clinical Experience

Our diverse training sites in the four major area hospitals provide rich and broad exposure to the full spectrum of patients with pulmonary critical care diseases in a variety of health care settings. Each hospital serves a different patient population and has unique features

We offer unique clinical opportunities that are not found in every pulmonary and critical care fellowship, including experience in a designated pulmonary hypertension clinic run by our pulmonary hypertension expert, a trauma and burn center and a comprehensive cancer center. You'll perform endobronchial ultrasound and navigational bronchoscopies in our program.

We are careful to ensure you experience the same systems-based practice curriculum across our entire program. During your fellowship training, you will learn to work effectively in various health care delivery settings, acquire knowledge of practice and delivery systems, advocate for quality care and optimal systems, coordinate patient care across settings and become familiar with cost awareness as well as risk and benefit analysis.

A Beautiful, Vibrant Living Community

Buffalo is known for its snow, but dig a little deeper and you’ll discover that our region enjoys four distinct seasons.

Our region is characterized by a neighborly way of life, an unpretentious nature and spirited loyalty among residents.

Get past the snowy stereotype and you’ll be immediately captivated by Buffalo’s beauty, heritage, temperate climate and welcoming environment.

Contact

Pulmonary and Critical Care Program Director

Mador, M. Jeffery

M. Jeffery Mador, MD

Associate Professor

Veterans Hospital, 3495 Bailey Avenue Buffalo, NY 14215

Phone: (716) 862-8634

Email: mador@buffalo.edu

Program Coordinator

Sandra Gilliam

Training Program Administrator

Office of Graduate Medical Education

Erie County Medical Center, DK Miller Building, 462 Grider St., Buffalo NY 14215

Phone: (716) 961-6955; Fax: (716) 961-6960

Email: gilliam3@buffalo.edu

Upcoming Events
JUN
28
2017
Department of Medicine: Pulmonary/Critical Care Conference
8:00 a.m.
Buffalo VA Medical Center, Room 803C
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