Interventional Pulmonary Fellowship Program
The interventional pulmonary fellowship at Yale offers a unique training for the individual aspiring to acquire the necessary skills for a career in IP. We strive to offer the appropriate balance of clinical training, research and education and have designed a one-year fellowship around these goals. We participate in the IP match. We use the application system devised by the Association of Interventional Pulmonary Program Directors. To apply using the IPFAS, please visit their web site at www.aippd.org/applicants
We fully prepare the fellow to pass the IP board exam with training in the following:
- Rigid bronchoscopy
- Airway stent placement
- Airway ablation procedures (laser, APC, electrocautery)
- Percutaneous tracheostomy
- Convex probe EBUS
- Peripheral EBUS
- Electromagnetic navigational bronchoscopy
- Thoracic ultrasound and ultrasound-guided thoracentesis
- Chest tube placement
- Tunneled pleural catheter placement
- Pleuroscopy and pleurodesis
- Bronchial thermoplasty
- Whole lung lavage
- And other procedures within the realm of Interventional Pulmonology
Yale University is the sponsoring institution and assumes ultimate responsibility for the Interventional Pulmonary program. Dr. Naftali Kaminski is the Chief of Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine and Dr. Kyle Bramley is the Director of the Interventional Pulmonary Fellowship Program.
The fellow participates in the routine clinical management of the interventional pulmonary service (Thoracic Interventional Program [TIP]), including procedures and inpatient and outpatient clinical care. This will be predominately based at Yale New Haven Hospital and will focus on adult procedures but occasionally include pediatric procedures as well. The fellow will also be actively enrolled in education. He / she will be taught with educational strategies based on optimizing adult learning, and will be expected to participate in the education of other attendings, fellows, physician extenders and students. The fellow will also participate in research and will be expected to actively present at national meetings during and after his / her IP fellowship at Yale.
The Lippard Laboratory for Clinical Investigation Building (LLCI) 100 houses the offices of Jonathan Puchalski, M.D., MEd , Kyle Bramley, M.D. and Erin DeBiasi, M.D. Our offices are grouped with other critical members of our team, including Kelsey Cameron, PA-C, and Rebecca Rode (administrate assistant for TIP).
Fellowship Coordinator, Pulmonary, Critical Care & Sleep Medicine
Yale School of Medicine
Dept of Internal Medicine
Section of Pulmonary, Critical Care & Sleep Medicine
300 Cedar Street, TAC S425
P.O. Box 208057
New Haven, CT 06520-8057
IP Fellowship Application
We use the application system devised by the Association of Interventional Pulmonary Program Directors.
To apply using the IPFAS, please visit their web site at www.aippd.org/applicants