Dec 21, 2020
Patricia W. Finn, MD, is a physician scientist
focusing on the microbiome and immune-mediated pulmonary diseases.
In this episode, she shares her experiences in health care, effects
of the pandemic and the importance of personal care.
- Intro :14
- About Finn :30
- The interview 2:17
- Can you tell us a little bit about your journey?
- Were there things in your career path that led you to feeling
like you needed to do more for those who might be marginalized or
might face challenges similar to what you faced?
- How have you seen the emotional impact of the pandemic manifest
in the health care systems and how have you helped people manage or
deal with that? 21:39
- Has the way this pandemic has ebbed and flowed changed the way
you’ve approached things? 28:26
- When all is said and done, do you think we’ll leave this
pandemic with some positive changes to the health care system as a
- Some of the positive innovations that have come from the
- Finn’s one pearl 44:35
- How to contact Finn 45:24
Patricia W. Finn, MD, is the Earl M. Bane
professor chair and head of the department of medicine and the
associate dean for strategic initiatives and an associate program
director for the medical scientist training program at the
University of Illinois at Chicago. She is a physician scientist
focusing on the microbiome and immune-mediated pulmonary diseases
including sarcoidosis, transplantation, lung injury and asthma.
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Disclosures: Jain reports she is a paid
freelance writer for Lippincott. Healio was unable to determine
relevant financial disclosures for Finn at the time of