Departments & Organizations
Lynn Tanoue, MD is Professor in the Section of Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine, and Vice-Chair for Clinical Affairs in the Department of Internal Medicine. Dr. Tanoue received her undergraduate degree from Harvard and medical degree from Yale, and completed training in internal medicine and pulmonary/critical care medicine at Yale-New Haven Hospital. Her clinical interests focus on thoracic oncology and lung cancer screening. She is Director of the Winchester Chest Clinic, Co-director of the Yale Cancer Center Thoracic Oncology Program, and Director of the Yale Lung Screening and Nodule Program. She established the Yale-New Haven Hospital Tuberculosis Outreach Program, which over the past fifteen years has performed tuberculosis screening in thousands of English-as-a-Second-Language students enrolled at the New Haven Center for Adult Education. Dr. Tanoue serves on numerous national committees, including the American College of Chest Physicians lung cancer guidelines writing committee and Thoracic Oncology Network steering committee, the Pulmonary Board of the American Board of Internal Medicine, and the Clinicians Advisory Committee of the American Thoracic Society. She is currently President of the National Association for Medical Direction of Respiratory Care.
Dr. Tanoue is an active clinician, mentor, and educator at Yale, where she has received a number of awards including the Dean’s Mentors Award, the Department of Internal Medicine Faculty Achievement Award for Clinical Care, and the Leffell Prize for Clinical Excellence. Her contributions to Yale School of Medicine include the founding of the Yale Medical Symphony Orchestra, of which she is a member and President of its Board of Directors.
Education & Training
|MD||Yale University (1982)|
|BA||Harvard-Radcliffe College (1978)|
|Resident||Yale-New Haven Hospital|
|Fellow||Yale University School of Medicine|
|Board Certification||AB of Internal Medicine, Critical Care Medicine (Internal Medicine) (1991)|