Interventional Pulmonology Fellowship Program

The Division of Pulmonary, Critical Care, Allergy, and Sleep Medicine at MUSC offers a one-year Interventional Pulmonology Fellowship program. The program is designed to develop and train technically skilled and academic minded interventional pulmonologists in all aspects of advanced diagnostic, therapeutic, and palliative procedures in pulmonary medicine. Currently, we offer one position per year.

Welcome from Program Director

Dr. Chris Gilbert

Welcome to the Interventional Pulmonology Fellowship Program at MUSC. We are excited that you are considering a career in interventional pulmonology!

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Application Process

Candidates must have completed an ACGME-accredited fellowship in Pulmonary Disease and Critical Care Medicine. Applicants must be board certified in Pulmonary Medicine and board eligible in Critical Care Medicine. Applications are accepted through the Interventional Pulmonary Fellowship Application Service (IPFAS).

Applicants are selected exclusively through the National Residency Matching Program (NRMP). All candidates must register through Specialties Matching Service (SMS). To register go to: National Resident Matching Program. We offer one matched position annually.

We accept candidates who are US citizens, permanent residents (green card), or on J1 visas.

The Fellowship Selection Committee reviews completed fellowship application packets which include:

  • Application
  • CV
  • Personal statement
  • Three letters of recommendation, including one from your Pulmonary fellowship director

All application materials, including supporting letters, must be received before an individual’s application review commences.

Applicants will be invited for formal interviews based on a holistic review process that assesses applicants’ potential for a career in Interventional Pulmonology. Qualities and values sought in applicants include outstanding academic achievement, well-developed clinical and leadership skills, professionalism, and collegiality during their previous training. The fellowship training program values diversity and encourages applicants from a wide variety of backgrounds to apply.