Experts
    • Critical Care Medicine
    • Internal Medicine
    • Pulmonary Disease
    Dr. Joshua Sill is an Associate Professor of Internal Medicine at Eastern Virginia Medical School, in Norfolk, VA. He is the Pulmonary Section Chief, and director of the Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine Fellowship Program. He also serves as the Associate Director of the Cystic Fibrosis Center at the Children’s Hospital of the King’s Daughters. Dr. Sill attended Grove City College, Grove City PA, where he graduated with honors with a degree in Molecular Biology. He completed medical school at the University of Texas Medical Branch, Galveston, TX, where he was inducted into the AOA medical honor society. After graduation he did his internal medicine residency training in northern California at David Grant Medical Center/University of California Davis. He then went on to complete pulmonary and critical care fellowship at the Uniformed Services Health Education Consortium in San Antonio, TX. Dr. Sill received a scholarship from the U.S. Air Force for medical school. Upon graduating in 2002, he entered active duty with the U.S. Air Force. He remained on active duty throughout residency and fellowship, completing his training in military sponsored programs. After fellowship, he worked as a staff physician in the field of pulmonary, critical care and sleep medicine. He held faculty appointments at Wilford Hall Medical Center, San Antonio, TX, the U.S. Air Force School of Aerospace Medicine (USAFSAM), Wright Patterson Medical Center, Wright- Patterson AFB, OH and Wright State University School of Medicine. In addition to pulmonary, critical care and sleep medicine, Dr. Sill has received certification as a flight surgeon and completed additional training in the care of pilots of high-performance aircraft. From 2009 to 2013 Dr. Sill worked at the USAFSAM. During this time, he served as Chief of Pulmonary Medicine, Medical Director of the Wright-Patterson Medical Center Sleep Lab, and clinical teaching faculty at Wright State University School of Medicine. While deployed to Afghanistan in 2011 – 2012, he also served as the Medical Director of the Multinational Clinic at the NATO base at Kabul International Airport. He was selected to be a member of the F-22 physiology working group, which was tasked with identifying the root cause of the “hypoxia-like” events that caused the entire fleet of stealth fighters to be grounded in 2011. He taught in numerous courses to include: Advanced Aerospace Medicine for International Medical Officers, Aerospace Medicine Primary course, Critical Care Air Transport Team, Joint Medical Attendant Transport Team and Advanced Cardiac Life Support. In 2013 Dr. Sill separated from active duty service and joined the faculty at Eastern Virginia Medical School. He spearheaded the successful creation of the institution’s new Pulmonary and Critical Care Fellowship Program. Dr. Sill has multiple publications and has lectured at many regional, national, and international conferences. He is board certified in Internal Medicine, Pulmonary Medicine, Critical Care Medicine, and Sleep Medicine. In addition to his leadership roles and academic responsibilities, Dr. Sill remains active in clinical medicine. Current research interests include the obesity-hypoventilation syndrome, sleepiness and work hours in medical residents, and normal reference values for exercise and pulmonary function testing.
    • Internal Medicine
    • Hospital Medicine (Hospitalist)
    • Associate Professor at University of Wisconsin Hospital and Clinics
    Dr. Ann M. Sheehy, MD, MS, is an Associate Professor of Medicine, Division of Hospital Medicine, at the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health, and is the Division Head of Hospital Medicine at the University of Wisconsin. Dr. Sheehy completed her BA at Stanford University in Palo Alto, CA, her MD and MS in Clinical Research at the Mayo Medical School and Mayo Graduate School in Rochester, MN, and her internal medicine residency at The Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore, MD, before returning to her home state of Wisconsin to join the University of Wisconsin hospitalist program. Dr. Sheehy’s research interests include health care policy and compliance, specifically regulation and legislation of short stay hospitalizations. In 2014, she testified in both the House and Senate on hospital observation care and audits of inpatient and outpatient status determinations. She is also actively involved in hospital-based medical student and resident education.
    • Internal Medicine
    • Hospital Medicine (Hospitalist)
    Dr. Rajan has over 15 years of experience in clinical care, research, and administration. She graduated from Case Western Reserve University Medical School and completed her residency in Internal Medicine at Cornell Weill Medical Center in New York. After residency, she worked as a Hospitalist and completed a master’s in biostatistics at Columbia University. She became the director of the hospitalist group for Greenwich Hospital in Connecticut in 2004 and Chief Medical Officer for a 50 bed LTACH at Scott & White in Temple, TX in 2007. In addition to her work as editor for MCG, she continues to teach medical students as the associate clerkship director of internal medicine at Texas A&M Health Science Center.
    • Critical Care Medicine
    • Pulmonary Disease
    • Associate Professor at the Department of Medicine, Division of Pulmonary/Critical Care Medicine at University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio
    Marcos I. Restrepo, MD, MSc, is an Associate Professor at the Department of Medicine, Division of Pulmonary/Critical Care Medicine, at the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio (UTHSCSA). He is an investigator at the South Texas Veterans Health Care System, Audie L Murphy Division. He is Medical Director of the Medical Intensive Care Unit at the South Texas Veterans Health Care System, Audie L Murphy Division and the Associate Program Director of the Pulmonary/Critical Care Medicine fellowship program at UTHSCSA. Dr. Restrepo completed his training and board certifications in internal medicine, infectious disease, pulmonary disease, and critical care medicine. He received a master in science of clinical investigation degree from the UTHSCSA. He has published more than 130 peer review manuscripts and presented at national and international scientific meetings. He is a member of the pneumonia guidelines sponsored by the American Thoracic Society and Infectious Diseases Society of America. Among Dr. Restrepo’s areas of research interest are the evaluation of the impact of immunomodulatory agents in patients with sepsis and pneumonia. In addition, he is interested in the application and implementation of evidence-based guidelines into clinical practice in order to improve the health outcomes and quality of care of patients critically ill in the intensive care unit with respiratory infections.
    • Critical Care Medicine
    • Pulmonary Disease
    • Director, Pulmonary and Critical Care Fellowship Program at Harvard-Brigham and Women’s Hospital
    Dr. Carolyn M. D’Ambrosio, MD, MSc, is Faculty at Harvard Medical School and Director of the Harvard-Brigham and Women’s Hospital Pulmonary and Critical Care Fellowship Program. Dr. D’Ambrosio completed her BA at Cornell University in Ithaca, NY, her MD ( with Distinction in Research) and MSc in Physiology at The George Washington University School of Medicine in Washington, DC. She did her internship and residency in Internal Medicine at Strong Memorial Hospital, University of Rochester, Rochester, NY where she also served as Chief Resident in Medicine. Her fellowship in Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine was at Yale-New Haven Hospital, Yale University School of Medicine and stayed on there as Assistant Professor of Medicine until 2001 when she was recruited to Tufts University School of Medicine where she stayed until 2014 as an Associate Professor. In January 2015 she started at Brigham and Women’s Hospital as the fellowship director for Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine and as an attending physician. Her research interests include critical illness, medical ethics and sleep disordered breathing outcomes and has worked on reports to the Centers for Medicare Services regarding diagnosis and treatment of some respiratory disorders. She currently serves as the Leader of the Infectious and Immunologic Lung Disease Affinity Group for The Lung Center at Brigham and Women’s Hospital.