Thirty six programs—for common, chronic and critical respiratory conditions— integrate the skills of sub-specialists across a dozen disciplines, all with focused training in specific lung diseases. Together, our specialized lung teams address the unique needs of each patient, delivering the latest innovations in prevention, diagnosis and treatment.
Our Lung Research Center, part of the Brigham Research Institute, is one of the country's top-funded NIH institutions for lung disease. Here, our Harvard Medical School-affiliated researchers investigate discoveries in cancer genetics, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), asthma and much more—developing breakthrough treatments for lung patients worldwide.
Airway and Breathing Disorders
Working together in focused teams, our clinicians provide specialized care for specific airway diseases and disorders of the chest wall and diaphragm.