Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine
Our Division provides expert diagnosis and care of patients with lung diseases in our Pulmonary Clinic, and of critically ill patients in our Intensive Care Unit. Our clinical interests include all areas of lung disease and critical illness. In addition to our commitment to outstanding clinical care, we are also proud of our research programs from basic science research to clinical trials. Our educational mission includes teaching on many levels, but specific to our division are our three fellowship programs: Pulmonary & Critical Care, Critical Care and Sleep Medicine.
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Dr. Matt Drake selected for Physician-Scientist Transitional Support award
Congratulations to Dr. Matt Drake who has been selected for the OHSU School of Medicine Physician-Scientist Transitional Support award. Members of the award selection committee say they were impressed with Dr. Drake’s overall proposal, publication record and “very favorable review from NIAID for his R01 submission.” Read more about the award and Dr. Drake's research.
PCCM Welcomes New Faculty
We are pleased to announce PCCM's newest faculty members, Dr. Jeffrey Robinson and Dr. Shewit Giovanni. Dr. Robinson joins us from the Oregon Clinic at Providence St. Vincent and completed his Pulmonary & Critical Care Medicine Fellowship at the University of Colorado. Dr. Giovanni joins us from the University of Washington where she completed her Pulmonary & Critical Care Medicine Fellowship.
PCCM Welcomes New Division Chief
Congratulations to Dr. Catherine "Terri" Hough, MD, MSc PCCM's new Division Chief. Dr. Hough joins us from the University of Washington where she completed her Pulmonary & Critical Care Medicine Fellowship, established as a Professor of Medicine in 2017 and was immensely engaged in research throughout her time spent with the University. It is a pleasure to welcome such a highly esteemed individual to our division.
Dr. Matthew Drake and members of the Jacoby/Fryer lab have recently been published in the journal Science Translational Medicine. Read about their study.