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ATS Innovation in Fellowship Education Program

The ATS greatly values a strong fellowship program as a means of academic and clinical success. In an effort to recognize programs that implement exceptional practices, the Training Committee developed the Innovations in Fellowship Education Program. All pulmonary, critical care, sleep, and allergy fellowship programs (adult and pediatric) were invited to submit one abstract showcasing a novel and innovative best practice method. View the 2017 booklet, featuring five outstanding programs.

June Research News Quarterly

Research News Quarterly is a Society publication that features updates and announcements from all of the research programs the ATS monitors involving the National Institutes of Health, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the VA Research program, the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, and the Environmental Protection Agency. The publication is produced in collaboration with the Research Advocacy Committee, chaired by Linda Nici, MD. Read more in the June 2017 issue!

Video Release: ATS Advocacy & NIH Research 

Investments in research funding are essential to improving patient care. Today’s investments in basic, clinical, and translational research will enable researchers to expand the knowledge base on the detection, prevention, treatment and cure of critical care illness, respiratory disease, and sleep disordered breathing. The ATS is committed to working with Congress, the Administration, as well as other policy makers to maximize the public investment in biomedical research. Members are vital to advancing our research priorities; learn more in this new advocacy video.

Last Reviewed: October 2017