Division of Pulmonary & Critical Care Medicine

The Division of Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine comprises of 29 full-time faculty members who have an extensive range of clinical and research interests. This allows us to offer ample opportunities for one-on-one faculty-fellow mentorship while also delivering breadth and depth of expertise. Our aim is to provide exceptional care to our patients as well as outstanding clinical and research training to our fellows. 

Our division treats patients with a range of pulmonary and respiratory ailments, including obstructive airway diseases such as asthma and COPD, restrictive lung diseases such as idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis and occupationally acquired lung disease, sleep-related breathing disorders such as obstructive sleep apnea, and acute lung injury in the critical care setting. Our interventional colleagues work closely with Oncology to diagnose and treat lung cancer patients. The Transplant Pulmonary group evaluates patients who are being considered for lung transplant and cares for post-operative transplant patients.

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

 

UVA Pulmonary Fibrosis Patient Education Day

The UVA Division of Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine invites patients, caregivers, and family members to this one-day event to learn more about pulmonary fibrosis. Join us in person or virtually.

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News

Message from the Chair – March 2022

Medicine Matters! You might wonder about the genesis of our newsletter moniker. Twelve years ago, we were looking for a way to communicate within the Department and, more importantly, to…

Pulmonary & Critical Care Division Update – March 2022

Message from Pulmonary & Critical Care Division Chief, Imre Noth, MD Imre Noth, MD I am constantly awed and impressed by the dedication of the faculty within the Division of…

Medicine Matters Newsletter – March 2022

In this month’s Medicine Matters Newsletter we highlight the Division of Pulmonary and Critical Care as well as the many achievements, research items, and personal profiles of our faculty and…

Medicine Matters Newsletter – July 2021

In this month’s Medicine Matters we highlight educational achievements and departmental awards. Please enjoy this wonderful issue. We welcome your feedback and continued updates, which can be sent to: Kim Kelley-Wagner…

2021 Department of Medicine Educational Update – Message from Brian Uthlaut, MD, Residency Program Director

Dr Brian Uthlaut The COVID-19 pandemic and all of its sundry impacts dominated so much of our consciousness and effort in the 20-21 academic year. But despite the pressures and…

Department of Medicine Excellence Awards – 2021

Each spring, the UVA Department of Medicine recognizes outstanding contributions from the Department of Medicine faculty and staff members with awards in a variety of categories. Congratulations to all of…

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Each year our fellows nominate junior and senior faculty for Fellowship Teaching Awards—2022 resulted in a tie in both categories!

Also THANK YOU to @uvamorven for hosting our graduation! What a beautiful place to celebrate the achievements of our graduates 🌄

Congrats to our 2022 @UVA #PCCM Grads: @doc_jimi @cbrizendine Talal Kaiser & Prerna Sharma 🎉 It’s been an unforgettable 3 years, we can't wait to see how your next chapter in life goes!!

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Congrats to UVA Health pulmonary and critical care fellow Dr. Daisy Zhu who received an award from the center to investigate the cell signals and pathways that lead to the development of the lung's vascular network. @PierceLab @CathyBonham @uvamedicine @CardioUva @UVAEngineers

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.