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Interventional Pulmonology Fellowship

Interventional Pulmonology Fellowship

The University of Utah offers a one-year, Interventional Pulmonology Fellowship program. IP Fellows are selected through the National Residents Matching program. The goal of the Interventional Pulmonology fellowship program at the University of Utah is to produce expert interventional pulmonologists with strong academic credentials, preparing them for a successful career in Interventional Pulmonology. 

Organization of the fellowship:

Rotations:  36 weeks of IP rotations

  • 3 half days of clinics per week
  • 4 half days procedures per week
  • 1 half day of administrative work
  • 2 half days of research work

4 weeks of Thoracic Surgery rotations 2 weeks of ENT rotations

For more information about our Pulmonary Fellowship Program, please contact Melissa Dobson, Academic Program Manager, at

Aidin Iravani, MD

Fellowship Program Director