The American Association for Bronchology and Interventional Pulmonology (AABIP) has seen many changes in its marketplace and decided to embark on a planning effort to address its future. AABIP sees continued opportunity in its strategic positioning as the leading bronchology.
For the past four years, the AABIP has awarded the Geoffrey McLennan Memorial Award for Advances in Interventional Pulmonology. The 4th annual recipient is: Dr . Roberto Casal Dr. Casal is Assistant Professor of Medicine and Director of Interventional Pulmonology.
This year’s program emphasizes on the current role of the interventional chest physicians in caring for patients with obstructive lung disease. This one-day curriculum also incorporates the following learner-centric elements: Hands-on experience including mediastinal anatomy pertinent to lung cancer staging,.
Interventional Pulmonology Board Certification Examination Applications for 2015 are still being accepted Application period: Now thru August 28th 2015, 5 p.m. EST For full eligibility requirements and instructions: Direct Link The AABIP Board Examination will take place on December 4th,.
The American Association for Bronchology and Interventional Pulmonology is pleased to announce the winner of the 4th AABIP Research Award: Dr. Balaji Laxmanan of University of Chicago. Dr. Laxmanan is the current Interventional Pulmonology Fellow at the University of Chicago. His.
Scott Ferguson, MD, Associate Professor and Director of Interventional Pulmonology at the University of Wisconsin in Madison will initiate and lead the AABIP Midwest Chapter. The Midwest chapter is the third established AABIP regional chapter after the North East and.
The AABIP has been quite busy recently! Just prior to the ATS meeting, we held our 1st strategic planning retreat. In addition to re-defining our vision and mission statements, we defined both short and longer-term goals, including promoting high quality.