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Pediatric Pulmonary Medicine Fellowship

Overview

Who are we? The Pediatric Pulmonology Fellowship Program at the University of Colorado School of Medicine & Children’s Hospital Colorado is one of the oldest and most respected programs in the United States. We change the lives of children with lung disease through clinical practice and innovation, and through wonderful fellows like YOU!

What do we do? During this 3-year fellowship program, faculty actively guide fellows through numerous clinical and research opportunities customized to each fellow. Our core faculty have widespread knowledge, skill and technical expertise necessary to help all our fellows become the best academic pediatric pulmonologist they can be.

How awesome are we? Glad you asked! The Department of Pediatrics at the University of Colorado School of Medicine holds the distinction of ranking #1 in the country for public institutions with the highest NIH Funding. Our entire pediatric faculty currently have over $10 Million in research funding with more than $1 Million in funding for junior faculty. Our fellowship is funded by the prestigious NIH T-32 Fellowship Training Grant, which has been awarded for 20 consecutive years. We are leading the charge in research and innovation and are consistently ranked among the best of the best.

Program Aims

  1. Provide outstanding clinical and procedural training experience on pulmonary inpatient, outpatient, and consult services at Children’s Hospital Colorado and related training sites to deliver safe, patient centered, comprehensive, and quality care for pediatric patients and families
  2. Provide exceptional opportunities for fellows in clinical, translational, basic, outcomes, quality improvement, or education research principles to prepare for successful academic careers
  3. Establish a career development plan to guide fellows in reaching individual professional goals and objectives
  4. Teach trainees strategies to maintain wellness (of self and others), to build resilience, and to minimize burnout

Trained over 64 Pediatric Pulmonologists

11 CF Center Directors

13 Academic Program Directors

11 Division Chiefs/Section Heads

2 Deans

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Stacey Martiniano, MD, MSCS

Fellowship Program Director

stacey.martiniano@childrenscolorado.org

Emily Mitchell, MA

Fellowship Coordinator

emily.mitchell2@childrenscolorado.org

 

Diversity / Equity / Inclusion

Diversity

We are committed to creating a diverse environment for students, residents, fellows, and faculty. We believe that an environment of inclusiveness and respect promotes excellence and that a setting where diversity is valued leads to the training of physicians who are prepared to practice culturally effective medicine and meet the needs of the various populations we serve. Visit our Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in PEM page for more.


Well-Being / Resilience

Be well

By embracing wellness and improving personal resiliency, physicians can reconnect with the meaning of their work and fend off stress. Reducing or eliminating burnout also has practical implications for the entire department such as improving patient safety, student advancement, and the overall campus environment.