Duke’s pulmonology program is ranked among the best in the United States since 1997, and, most recently, earned the number 4 spot in the U.S. News and World Report rankings.
And the program is expanding.
“We’re continuing to grow and I’m very enthusiastic about that,” says Claude Piantadosi, MD, interim chief of the Division of Pulmonary, Allergy, and Critical Care Medicine.
The division is actively recruiting in a number of areas, including: allergy, pulmonary hypertension, lung transplant, critical care, and the scientific areas of lung immunology and fibrosis. With the opening of the Duke Medicine Pavilion in 2013, there’s a also new ICU and more critical care beds.
Visit the Programs page for a few highlights of the division’s work.
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