The Lung Center – Education and Training

The Lung Center at Brigham and Women's Hospital is dedicated to training the next generation of medical professionals—providing education opportunities for established physicians and surgeons, and training residents and fellows.

Fredric G. Levin Lung Cancer Symposium: April 2-3, 2020

Are you a thoracic surgeon, physician, nurse, NP, or PA looking to stay up-to-date on the latest insights in lung cancer treatment? Register for the two day seminar in Pensacola, Florida before January 31 to receive discounted early-bird admission. Attendees will receive guidance on how to apply the National Comprehensive Cancer Network’s evidence-based standards for care. You will also receive vital updates in perioperative care, along with topical lectures on immunotherapy for lung cancer patients, from world-renowned academic physicians. Supplemental hands-on sessions will elevate participants’ technical skills. Participants will earn continuing education credits (CEU or CME 12.25) with Harvard Medical School accreditation.

Fellowship and Resident Programs

Our programs feature teaching by highly experienced educators at Harvard Medical School. Trainees also benefit from our collaborations with physicians and scientists from other BWH divisions and partnering institutions.

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