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Grew up in a small suburb of Philadelphia, I would later go to both college and medical school in the City of Brotherly love. Moved south to Baltimore to complete my residency at the Johns Hopkins Hospital receiving world class training that I would continue once again in Philly at the University of Pennsylvania. Obtaining second to none training in Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine, along with research and clinical trial development, I would obtain the most advanced training in lung transplantation and advanced lung disease management within Penn's Transplant Institute with an additional fellowship therein. I was recruited here in the fall of 2013, being dual appointed to the Cleveland Clinics Respiratory Institute in Critical Care and Pulmonary Medicine with a specific focus in Lung Transplant Medicine.
Graduated Summa Cum Laude from Drexel University in 2003
Graduated Alpha Omega Alpha from Drexel University College of Medicine in 2007
Completed the Osler Medical Residency at the Johns Hopkins Hospital by 2010, published in Chest
Completed a Pulmonary and Critical Care Fellowship at the University of Pennsylvania 2010-2013
Completed an Advanced Lung Disease and Lung Transplant Fellowship at Penn in 2012-2013
Conducted a clinical trial assessing the role of antioxidants in patients with cystic fibrosis
Lung Transplantation, Cystic Fibrosis, Critical Care Medicine, Quality Improvement, Billing Efficiencies
Awards & Honors
Summa Cum Laude from Drexel University
Alpha Omega Alpha
Ronald J. Caputo Award 2007 for humanitarianism and excellence in the care of medical patients
First Advanced Lung Disease, Lung Transplant Fellow in Penn Medicine's history
Management of patients with cystic fibrosis
American Medical Association
American Thoracic Society
International Society for Heart and Lung Transplant
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