Maor Sauler, MD, specializes in adult pulmonary medicine and critical care, including chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), sepsis, respiratory distress syndrome and other related diseases. He also sees patients with pulmonary disease in the outpatient setting.
An assistant professor of medicine (pulmonary) at Yale School of Medicine, Dr. Sauler is also interested in understanding the mechanisms of lung disease and integrating “cutting-edge research and technology to bring better diagnostic tests and new therapies to patients,” he says. His research focuses on understanding how aging affects the lungs, and determining how those changes predispose people to lung disease.
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