University of Wisconsin
School of Medicine and Public Health

University of Wisconsin Interventional Pulmonology Fellowship

Program Contacts

David Sonetti, MD
Program Director 

Jami Simpson
Program Manager
(608) 265-1465
jllampkins@medicine.wisc.edu

Train with the experts at the University of Wisconsin Interventional Pulmonology fellowship program.

Our collaborative program emphasizes complex procedural skills and overall clinical excellence—giving you the experience and confidence you need to be a leader in the field. 

"One of the strengths of the program at UW is that you'll get exposed to a significant depth of procedures and breadth of procedures at the same time. You'll do everything from balloon dilation to whole-lung lavage."

—Amy Jaeger, MD, fellowship alumna

Reasons to Choose Our Program

  • Full integration into the Division of Allergy, Pulmonary, and Critical Care Medicine, so you can care for patients as a true team member and be a valuable asset for general pulmonology fellows
  • A close working relationship with Thoracic Surgery, Otolaryngology, Anesthesia, and Oncology that improves the educational experience and patient outcomes
  • Clinical rotations on Thoracic Surgery and Otolaryngology
  • Participation in multidisciplinary conferences and scholarly projects

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Meet our Program Director

"We teach our fellows to be better pulmonologists, not just proceduralists. And our collaboration with other specialties is like working with family. Everybody is welcoming, kind and wants to work together do what's best for every patient."

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