Lynn M. Schnapp, M.D.
Director of Pulmonary, Critical Care, Allergy & Sleep Medicine
- For Medical Professionals
- Fellowship & Education
The program offers a three-year combined fellowship in pulmonary and critical care medicine, and has five positions available per year. Training focuses on developing clinical expertise as well as research skills in pulmonary disease, intensive care medicine, sleep disorders and allergic disease of the chest.
First Year Fellows
|Lauren Angotti, M.D|
Medical School: MUSC
|Sean Callahan, M.D.|
Residency: Lahey Clinic Medical Center
Medical School: Ross University School of Medicine
|Jean Paul Higuero Sevilla, M.D.|
Residency: Miami Veterans Affairs MedicalCenter/University of Miami
Medical School: Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Honduras Facultad de Ciencias Medicas, Honduras
|Rana Kanaan, M.D.|
Residency: Jacobi Medical Center
Medical School: Lebanese University Faculty of Medical Sciences, Lebanon
|Musab Nusrat, M.B.Ch.B.|
Residency: Texas Tech University Health Science Center
Medical School: University of Tripoli, Libya
Brett Bade, M.D.
Michael Fall, D.O.
Brian Furukawa, M.D.
Neeti Kanodra, MBBS
Philip (Zach) Svigals, M.D.
Tatsiana Beiko, M.D.
Edward Kilb, M.D.
Nandita Nadig, MBBS
Nasar Siddiqi, M.D.
Kenneth (Chet) Walters, M.D.
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The invitations for the Core Curriculum were decided by the ATS Clinical Core Curriculum Working Group and target junior to mid-career colleagues who are regarded as dynamic and engaging teachers. Congratulations Dr. Lal!
Dr. Rissmiller will be receiving this award on June 3rd at the Awards Day Lunch.
Both Fellows received this scholarship based on the quality of their abstract as reviewed by the Assembly on Thoracic Oncology Program Committee Chair.
They will receive the Scholarship certificates at the 2015 Assembly Membership Meeting taking place at the ATS International Conference in Denver.
This award recognizes an individual who has made the most outstanding scientific contributions in clinical, translational, or laboratory-based research relevant to the field of thoracic oncology early in his or her career.
Dr. Tanner will receive the award on May 18th at the annual TOA Membership Meeting at the ATS International Conference in Denver.