Dr Margaret A Pisani is an Associate Professor of Medicine at Yale University School of Medicine. Dr Pisani received a BS in physics from Iona College and an MS in biomedical engineering from New Jersey Institute of Technology. She received her MD from Temple University in 1994 and an MPH from Yale University in 2001. She did her internship, residency, and pulmonary and critical care fellowship at Yale University. In addition, she served as Chief Medical Resident at Yale. Dr Pisani then joined the faculty in the Department of Medicine, Division of Pulmonary, Critical Care and Sleep Medicine at Yale University School of Medicine. She has held several administrative and leadership roles at Yale including Associate Winchester Clinic Director, Director of Respiratory Care and Pulmonary & Critical Care Fellowship Program Director. Her research is based in the intensive care unit where she studies delirium and sleep in critical illness. She also studies the care of older ICU patients and functional and cognitive outcomes after critical illness. In addition, she collaborates on research of interventional pulmonary procedures, lung cancer screening and pleural disease.
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