Pulmonology

Provides the care of diseases of the lungs and the respiratory tract. Pulmonology is generally considered a branch of internal medicine, although it is closely related to intensive care medicine when dealing with patients requiring mechanical ventilation.

Marzena E. Krawiec, MD

Marzena E. Krawiec, MD

Clinical Associate Professor

Primary Specialty: Pediatric Pulmonology
Secondary Training: Pediatrics
Board Certifications: Board Certified, Pediatric Pulmonology; American Board of Pediatrics
Fellowship: University of Colorado Health Sciences Center and National; Jewish Medical and Research Center
Residency: University of Colorado Health Sciences Center
Medical School: University of Colorado Health Sciences Center School of Medicine
Research Interests: Inflammatory mediators in respiratory disease, fiberoptic bronchoscopy, Infantile wheezing, and pediatric asthma.
Ancillary Role: Section Head, Pediatric Pulmonology
William Wooten, MD

William Wooten, MD

Assistant Professor

Primary Specialty: Pediatric Pulmonology
Secondary Training: Pediatrics, Sleep Medicine
Board Certifications: Pediatric Pulmonology; American Board of Pediatrics
Fellowships: University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill: Pulmonology; University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill: Sleep Medicine
Residency: Children’s Hospital of The King’s Daughers, Norfolk, VA
Medical School: Brody School of Medicine at East Carolina University