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Benjamin Seides, MD, MPH

ASST PROFESSOR (CHS)

PULMONARY & CRITICAL CARE

UW MED FNDTN CENTENNIAL BLDG
1685 HIGHLAND AVE
MADISON, WI 53705-2281

(608) 263-0820




Biography

Education

  • Tulane University - MD

  • Tulane University - MPH

  • New York University - Internship in Internal Medicine

  • New York University - Residency in Internal Medicine

  • New York University - Fellowship in Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine

  • Chicago Chest Center - Fellowship in Interventional Pulmonology

Professional Activities

Dr. Benjamin Seides is originally from the Washington, D.C. area. He earned his BA from Dartmouth College, and then spent 2 years as in investigator at Rockefeller University in the Laboratory of the Biology of Addictive Disease in New York City. He earned his MD from Tulane University School of Medicine, where he was elected to the medical honorary society Alpha Omega Alpha. Dr. Seides earned his MPH in health systems management from Tulane University School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine in New Orleans. He then returned to New York, where he did his residency in internal medicine, as well as his fellowship in pulmonary and critical care medicine at New York University/Bellevue Hospital Centers. He went on to complete an advanced fellowship year in interventional pulmonology with the Chicago Chest Center, staying on as staff with the group before joining UW-Madison in 2017.

Clinical Specialties

Dr. Seides’ clinical interests include minimally invasive advanced diagnostic and therapeutic approaches to benign and malignant diseases of the lung, pleura, and thorax, complex airway disease, thoracic oncology, endobronchial treatments for asthma and COPD, and critical care medicine. 

Research Interests

While in New York, Dr. Seides conducted simulation research with principal investigator Brian Kaufman at the New York Harbor Veterans Association Medical Center. His research investigated the value of designing and implementing a multi-modality teaching approach utilizing high fidelity simulation for the recognition and management of early sepsis.