Center for Advanced Lung Diseases


The Center for Advanced Lung Diseases offers a comprehensive approach to diagnosing and treating complex, chronic and rare lung diseases. Our team includes nationally recognized experts in pulmonary and critical care medicine, thoracic surgery, pulmonary rehabilitation, cancer care, sleep medicine, transplant medicine, genetics, radiology, pathology, respiratory therapy, nursing and more. Together these specialists provide focused care for the full spectrum of diseases of the respiratory system, including asthma, lung cancer, interstitial lung diseases, cystic fibrosis, sleep apnea, Alpha-1 antitrypsin deficiency, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), sarcoidosis and lung failure.

D. Kyle Hogarth, MD, assistant professor of medicine at the Medical Center, talks about the current state of lung disease diagnosis and treatment. Hogarth discusses risk factors and warning signs that might suggest lung disease, and talks about how it has classically been treated and what the future may hold.

At the Center for Advanced Lung Diseases, the physicians providing care are the same specialists conducting leading-edge research. University of Chicago experts are diagnosing lung diseases using innovative minimally invasive 3-D navigational technology, and are investigating better anti-rejection drug regimens for lung transplant recipients. Because we're a major research center, our patients have access to clinical trials of promising new therapies--treatments not widely available.

Learn more about the many specialized programs, treatments and diagnostic services available through the Center for Advanced Lung Diseases:



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