Division of Pulmonary & Critical Care Medicine

The Division of Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine, with 21 full-time faculty members who have a range of clinical interests, is small enough to afford ample opportunities for one-on-one faculty-fellow interactions, while also providing breadth and depth in its training. Our aim in all we do is to provide outstanding care to our patients and superb clinical and research training to our fellows. 

Our division treats patients with a range of pulmonary and respiratory ailments, including obstructive and restrictive lung diseases, respiratory failure, sleep-related breathing disorders, lung cancer, and occupationally acquired lung disease.

Meet Taison Bell, MD

Dr. Taison Bell talks about the Pulmonary and Critical Care Fellowship program at the University of Virginia.

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UVA Pulmonary & Critical Care Fellowship Program

The Pulmonary and Critical Care Fellowship at UVA is a three-year program that provides a strong background in clinical pulmonary medicine and the management of critically ill patients. At least 12 months of research experience is provided in the clinical research track. A second 18-month research experience is offered for fellows interested in the academic research track. Research may be in either clinical or basic science.

Fellowship Application

Sleep Disorders Center

If you are having trouble sleeping, a number of possible factors could be the cause. Once evaluated at the Pulmonary Clinic, we may require a sleep study at one of our labs to make a diagnosis.