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Welcome! The University of Washington Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine fellowship program is committed to creating academic leaders, scientists, and scholars in pulmonary and critical care medicine. We provide great breadth of clinical training, unparalleled research opportunities, and a unique mentorship program. We look forward to meeting you.

Fellowship Tracks

We offer three separate tracks with separate matches and applicants will only be invited to interview for one track. We strongly discourage applying to multiple tracks.

  • Physician-scientist track (3 fellows/year)
  • Clinician-educator track (1 fellow/year)
  • Clinical track (2 fellows/year)


To create academic leaders, scientists, and scholars in pulmonary and critical care medicine


Excellence, collaboration, curiosity


  • Recruit fellows with diverse backgrounds and experiences to reflect the patients we serve, enhance our research and educational missions, and enrich our community.
  • Develop skills needed to create independent researchers across basic, translational, and clinical sciences
  • Develop scholars focused on medical education
  • Provide training and opportunities to produce clinical, institutional, and national leaders
  • Mentor fellows to identify and achieve their personal and professional goals
  • Sustain a culture of multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary collaboration that spans clinical practice, education, research, and leadership
  • Provide the widest breadth of clinical pulmonary and critical care experience while encouraging depth of training based on individual preferences