Pediatrics: Pulmonary and Sleep Medicine

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Welcome to the Pediatric

Pulmonary Fellowship Program


Our program goals are:

  • To adequately educate and provide the necessary background for a trainee to diagnose and manage pediatric respiratory disorders.
  • To prepare the trainee to conduct research in the area of pediatric respiratory diseases.
  • To enable the trainee to become a competent teacher of pediatric pulmonary physiology and pediatric respiratory disease.

Since 1994, the Pediatric Pulmonary (& Sleep Medicine) Division at the Medical College of Wisconsin has developed a nationally recognized pediatric pulmonary fellowship training program. We train the Pediatric pulmonologists of the future through excellence in patient care, research, and teaching. Our program combines broad clinical training and diverse research opportunities in a collegial work environment emphasizing both clinical and scholarly activity.

During our three-year training program, time is distributed among both clinical and research opportunities to ensure that fellow’s develop expertise in the field of pediatric pulmonary. The program provides approximately 5 months in the first year and 3 months in each of the second and third years for clinical work. Approximately 17 months of protected time dedicated to hypothesis driven research.

The Pulmonary (& Sleep Medicine) Division is comprised of 10 clinical faculty members and 3 advanced practice nurses and physicians assistants who provide treatment for infants, children, teens, and young adults with respiratory diseases. Our fellowship program offers innumerable clinical opportunities in collaboration with Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin’s state of the art health care facilities and numerous sub-specialty focused clinics.

The Pediatric Pulmonary Fellowship program fulfills the requirements for training as stated by the American Board of Pediatrics and is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME). Graduates of the three-year program will be eligible to take the American Board of Pediatrics subspecialty examination in Pulmonology upon completion of the fellowship.

 


Fellowship Program Contacts

Medical College of Wisconsin
Pediatric Pulmonary Fellowship
9000 W. Wisconsin Avenue, MS B620
Milwaukee, WI 53226

Fellowship Director:
Julie Noe, MD

Fellowship Coordinator:
Laura Roth


 

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