Fellowship - Pulmonary and Critical Care
The fellowship program in Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine at Baylor College of Medicine provides opportunities for high-quality training in subspecialty medical practice and research. The mission of the program is to train skilled clinicians, scientists, and physician-scientists through exposure to varied clinical services and situations, didactic and tutorial educational programs, and research opportunities throughout the college which range in scope from molecular biology to health services research.
The section's focus is complementary to the College's tripartite mission of research, education and service. BCM has extremely strong basic science departments as well as world-renowned medical and surgical services at affiliated hospitals. Basic and clinical research programs at the college are funded at more than $174 million annually, placing Baylor among the best of the nation's 125 medical schools in extramural research support. Faculty of the Pulmonary/Critical Care Section participate actively in research and teaching, and many basic sciences faculty hold joint appointments in the section. Upon completion of the fellowship program, graduates will be prepared for careers in clinical or academic medicine.
The Pulmonary and Critical Care section offers two separate fellowship training programs, a Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine program and a Critical Care Medicine program.
Applications for both fellowship training programs will be accepted through ERAS. For further information, please contact Ms. Minnie Ellisor.
Additional information on fellowship training:
- Current fellows
- Division activities
- Application process