Genta Ishikawa, MD


Internal Medicine


My training as an academic pulmonologist in Japan and the US motivated me to seek new treatments for pulmonary fibrosis. After completing my medical training in Japan I earned a MPH degree at Emory University, to develop the skills required for conducting human research. Upon completing this degree, I then pursued clinical fellowship in Pulmonary, Critical Care, and Sleep Medicine at Mount Sinai Hospital, NY where my clinical experience with pulmonary fibrosis -- an incurable and fatal form of progressive lung disease – inspired me to work on developing new treatments for this disease. In pursuit of this goal, I was fortunate to be offered a position at Yale in the laboratory of Dr. Erica Herzog where I am currently working to translate a newly discovered fibrotic mechanism, macrophage driven adrenergic innervation, into treatments for pulmonary fibrosis.






Education & Training


Hokkaido University School of Medicine


Mount Sinai Beth Israel


Mount Sinai Beth Israel


Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai Hospital

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