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John Joseph Osterholzer, M.D.
 
 

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Faculty Appointment: Assistant Professor, Department of Internal Medicine
Specialty: Pulmonary Diseases
Clinical Interests: Fungal pneumonia, infections in the immunocompromised host, non-invasive hemodynamic monitoriing, palliative care in the ICU
Research Interests: Lung dendritic cell recruitment and immunobiology, pulmonary host defense against fungal organisms, mechanisms of T cell polarization in the pulmonary microenvironment
Degree: M.D., 1999, University of Michigan Medical School
Residency: 2002, University of Michigan Medical School
Fellowship: Pulmonary And Critical Care Medicine, 2006, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan
Certifications: 2002, Internal Medicine
2005, Pulmonary Medicine
2007, Critical Care Medicine
Faculty Appointment Date: 7/1/2006
Academic office address Veterans Affairs Ann Arbor Healthcare System
2215 Fuller Road
Room 111, Bldg 28
Ann Arbor, MI 48105-2399
Academic office telephone: (734)845-5080
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