I always like to help people. It was in
my ninth grade, I had a biology teacher that introduced me into physiology and
from that I fell in love with the work, how the body works and that got me into
medicine. During my residency training I’ve always wanted to do something
hands-on, intense medicine, and that got me into critical care. And from there, I
went into pulmonary. In the hospital mostly, the very critical care patients,
those that require high level of attention those will be my population. And the outpatient settings I’ll be dealing with lung diseases: asthma, COPD,
interstitial lung disease, lung nodules.