The Division of Pulmonary & Critical Care Medicine is committed to caring for critically ill patients and patients with lung disease. This requires not only that we provide the best possible care, but that we convey these skills to trainees and develop novel approaches to understanding and managing these diseases through basic science, clinical, and outcomes research. Our mission is to deliver excellent patient care, to develop new knowledge about the lung in health and disease, and to train individuals to be outstanding clinicians and researchers.
With over 60 full-time and adjunct faculty members, the Pulmonary & Critical Care Medicine division offers expansive and exceptional research and care in a variety of pulmonary disorders, and also serves as a regional referral center for both inpatient and outpatient evaluation. Learn more.
NIH grant funding for research within the division exceeds 13 million dollars annually. Our investigative portfolio is comprehensive, with specific areas of emphasis including pulmonary inflammation, injury, repair, fibrosis, host defense, lung transplantation, and lung cancer. Learn more.
Education and Training
Our division assumes a prominent role in the overall educational mission of the Department of Internal Medicine and University of Michigan Medical School. Our educators have been recognized as some of the top within the institution and serve in major leadership roles within the educational programs. Learn more.
Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Well-Being
The Department of Internal Medicine (DOIM) Division of Pulmonary & Critical Care Medicine is committed to creating and cultivating a diverse and inclusive community that provides our faculty, learners, and staff with the opportunities and support they need to thrive. Visit the DOIM Office of Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Well-Being to learn more.