Srihari Veeraraghavan, MD

Associate Professor of Medicine

Department of Medicine

Biography

Dr. Srihari Veeraraghavan completed his medical education in India at the University of Madras, obtaining his MD in 1992.  He trained in Internal Medicine at the State university of New York at Brooklyn from 1993-1996. He then moved to the University of Southern California in Los Angeles for fellowship training in Pulmonary & Critical Care Medicine from 1996-1999.  He subsequently went to London, England where he worked at the Royal Brompton hospital. Here under the tutelage of Prof Roland du Bois he spent three years specializing in interstitial lung diseases. Dr. Veeraraghavan joined Emory University in 2010 after spending some time in India and in California practicing pulmonary and critical care medicine.

He is currently the director of the interstitial lung disease program at Emory. His clinic also serves as a regional referral center for several rare lung diseases. He is actively involved in research conducting several clinical trials. In addition to seeing patients in the inpatient and out patient settings he is involved in training residents and fellows in pulmonary medicine.