Pediatric Pulmonology Fellowship Program
Welcome from the Program Director
Karen Voter, M.D.,
The overall goal of training in our Pediatric Pulmonology Fellowship is to advance knowledge of acute and chronic respiratory disease affecting infants, children, and adolescents.
Our fellows have the opportunity to learn from dedicated faculty who provide a high level of guidance in clinical and research endeavors to develop not only exceptional subspecialists, but also independent investigators, effective educators, and leaders in the field.
I invite you to explore our website and learn more about our Pediatric Pulmonology Fellowship; within these pages you will find a wealth of information including details about our program, our fellows, and living in Rochester.
- Develop skills to provide expert clinical care for children and adolescents with disorders of the respiratory system
- Provide scientific skills and expertise that will allow fellows to become independently funded investigators
- Establish a solid knowledge base and skills to guide, instruct, and teach others the fundamentals of lung function and clinical care
- Build administrative and time management skills