The Medical & Scientific Branch (MSB)

The Medical & Scientific Branch (MSB) is a free resource for information and networking for the Northeast's health professionals working in lung health related fields.

The American Lung Association of the Northeast's Medical & Scientific Branch  membership resource is available to all the Northeast’s health professionals working to improve lung health and prevent lung disease.  It is a unique way to get all the latest news and information and provides an opportunity for you to make an impact and get involved in the organization’s mission-related work.

The purpose of the Medical and Scientific Branch is:
  • To provide expert input to and involvement in the mission-related work of the American Lung Association of the Northeast.
  • To improve patient care through the offering of continuing medical education and healthcare professional (HCP) training to providers throughout the Northeast.
  • To encourage, support and sponsor lung disease research efforts focused on prevention, early detection and best practice treatment including rehabilitation.

Membership

Get access to membership benefits by joining the Medical & Scientific Branch.
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Health Professionals Training

We offer many training opportunities throughout the year including Asthma Educators Institute and COPD Educators Institute.
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Contact Us

For Medical & Scientific Branch information and questions.
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CPS - Connecticut Pulmonary Section

The Connecticut Pulmonary Section of the Medical & Scientific Branch.
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MPS - Massachusetts Pulmonary Section

The Massachusetts Pulmonary Section of the Medical & Scientific Branch.
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Worcester Pulmonary Symposium

The Annual Worcester Pulmonary Symposium is well-established as a high-quality educational meeting for all health professionals interested in pulmonary and critical care medicine, respiratory care and rehab.
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Page last updated: March 17, 2021

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