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Drs. Andrew Bryant and Kamal Mohammed Win 1st Place at the Department of Medicine Research Day

The UF Division of Pulmonary, Critical Care and Sleep Medicine would like to congratulate Dr. Andrew Bryant and Dr. Kamal Mohammed for winning 1st place at the Department of Medicine […]

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Dr. Juan Salgado Named Director of Pulmonary Transplant

Juan Salgado, M.D., an assistant professor in the department of medicine, has been named director of the section of pulmonary transplantation and as the medical director of the lung transplantation […]

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Bronchial Thermoplasty: New Treatment for Severe Persistent Asthma

Dr. Michael A. Jantz, an associate professor of medicine and director of interventional pulmonology, now offers adult patients a minimally invasive non-drug bronchosopic procedure for severe persistent asthma that is […]

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Welcome

The Division of Pulmonary, Critical Care, and Sleep Medicine is dedicated to patient care, education, and research through excellence in healthcare delivery and innovations in biomedical research. The division is strongly committed to providing superior medical education for Pulmonary, Critical Care, and Sleep Medicine fellows, internal medicine residents, and medical students. Several faculty members in the division have received teaching awards from the College of Medicine.

The division will achieve its mission through a commitment to following core objectives:

  • The division will provide state of the art management of patients
  • The division will train and educate physicians to the highest academic standards in all aspects of the subspecialty
  • The division will engage in clinical, basic science, and translational research that improves patient care and increases research funding from national agencies
  • The division will recognize the unique medical needs of the people of Florida in our subspecialty and manage those needs

News & Events

Repurposed transplant drug gives hope to women with fatal lung disease

A drug typically used to prevent organ rejection in transplant patients has been shown to reverse the progress of an often fatal lung disease in women, according to findings published March 16 in the online edition of The New England Journal of Medicine...

It’s Never Too Late to QUIT!!

It’s never too late to kick a bad habit, and smoking is no exception. Cigarette smoke contains toxic and cancer-causing chemicals that can lead to many serious diseases and conditions, […]