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Dr. Douglas Arenberg is a specialist in pulmonary and critical care medicine. After graduating from the University of Illinois College of Medicine in Chicago, he completed a residency in internal medicine and a fellowship in pulmonary and critical care at the University of Michigan in 1996. Dr. Arenberg has a research interest in the control of angiogenesis in lung cancer. His clinical interests include pre-operative assessment and management of patients with known or suspected lung cancer, as well as early detection and studies of risk biomarkers for lung cancer.
Areas of Interest
Research Interests: My research interests are in the early detection, diagnosis and staging of lung cancer, shared decision making in lung cancer screening, and on translation of evidence based guidelines into practice. Link to Experts in the Field. Clinical Interests: My clinical interests are in the staging, and diagnosis of patients with known or suspected lung cancer as well as in the proper cost-effective application of early detection interventions (screening) among those at the greatest risk for lung cancer. A profile is available at the U of M Health site.
M.D., 1990, University of Illinois
Professional Organizational Fellowship
FACP, Fellow American College of Physicians
1993, University of Michigan Health System
Pulmonary And Critical Care Medicine, 1996, University of Michigan Health System
1993, Internal Medicine 1996, Pulmonary Medicine 1997, Critical Care Medicine
2003, Internal Medicine 2003, Pulmonary Medicine 2003, Critical Care Medicine
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