About the Program

Welcome to the Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine Fellowship at The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center. We appreciate your interest in our program, and invite you to take a look around to learn a little more about us.

One of the major goals of the Division of Pulmonary, Critical Care and Sleep Medicine is to prepare physicians for careers in academic medicine. The overall goal of our fellowship is to provide fellows with a complete well-rounded training program designed to enhance their clinical skills, scientific knowledge and provide the tools necessary to develop their research skills.

A strength of our fellowship training program is the balance we provide in terms of clinical training, research opportunities and our educational curriculum.

What makes Ohio State different

Hear from the leaders of the Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine Fellowship

Welcome from the leadership of the Pulmonary, Critical Care and Sleep Medicine fellowship. Learn more about the training and leadership opportunities in this program as they describe in their own words why to choose Ohio State.

Hear from current Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine Fellows

Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine fellows from The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center describe in their own words why they chose Ohio State for their fellowship.

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Clinical Experience

Clinical Experience

The fellowship program consists of a minimum of 18 months of clinical exposure, the majority of which occurs during the first year. We have a large and diverse patient population and currently have eight core clinical rotations per month. In addition to these rotations, F2s rotate with the surgical critical care team and F3s rotate with the thoracic surgical critical care team and the neurologic critical care team.

Night call is fulfilled via a night float rotation. When not on night float, fellows have no overnight call responsibilities. F1s do approximately two weeks of night float, F2s four weeks and F3s four weeks. Two fellows split a four-week block of night float and when not on service, that block the fellow has no clinical responsibilities except for his or her own continuity clinic. Night float and all clinical rotations are structured to comply with ACGME duty hour guidelines.
Research Experience

Research Experience

The goal of the division’s research training is to allow fellows to pursue a project in their area of interest while providing them with a high quality experience that fosters intellectual development. We are committed to providing whatever support is necessary to allow our fellow to be successful in their research careers.
Training and Procedures

Training and Procedures

During the first year, or clinical year, fellows have the opportunity to participate in Critical Care training and Pulmonary Medicine training outlined below.

Application Process


  • MD or DO
  • Be eligible for an Ohio training certificate or permanent medical license
  • Have successfully completed three years of US postgraduate training by the time of entry into the fellowship program
  • Hold U.S. citizenship, permanent residency or current ECFMG certificate
    • We cannot support H1-B visas and preference will be given to US citizens or applicants with a Green Card due to the eligibility requirements of the T32 

Application Documents

The following is a list of the required documents necessary to complete the application for our Pulmonary and Critical Care Fellowship.

  1. USMLE Step 1, 2, 3 or COMLEX Scores
  2. A letter from your residency program director (submitted via ERAS)
  3. Three reference letters (submitted via ERAS) – one must be from a pulmonary or critical care faculty member or pulmonary and critical care fellowship program director
  4. A recent photograph of the applicant

2021-2020 Fellowship Interviews will be held virtually with a variety of times and days of the week.

Apply now

Christina Olsson
Fellowship Program

Division of Pulmonary, Critical Care and Sleep Medicine
201 Davis Heart and Lung Research Institute
473 W. 12th Ave.
Columbus, OH 43210
Conferences and Benefits

Conferences and Benefits

There are several pulmonary and critical care specific conferences scheduled each week, which cover both clinical practice and research topics. All of the fellows attend these conferences.

Fellows must attend at least 70% of conferences over their three-year fellowship in order to be eligible for graduation. The overall goal of our conferences is to foster learning and engender discussion about topics pertinent to the practice of pulmonary, critical care and sleep medicine. 

We strongly believe in teaching based on the principles of evidence-based medicine, defined as the integration of best research evidence with clinical expertise and patient values. Our conferences include the following:

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Meet the Program Director:


Jennifer McCallister, MD

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