David Ingbar, MD

Co-Director, Research Education, Training, and Career Development (CTSI-Ed)

David Ingbar

717 Delaware, 218
United States

Dr. David Ingbar co-leads the Research Education, Career Development and Training Core (CTSI-Ed) with Dr. Jayne Fulkerson. CTSI-Ed provides training and education to advance researchers through the career development continuum through mentorship, educational opportunities, and by working to enhance faculty rewards and recognition.

Dr. Ingbar is a Professor of Medicine at the University of Minnesota with joint appointments in Pediatrics and Integrative Biology & Physiology, and has served as Director of the Pulmonary, Allergy, Critical Care & Sleep Division for more than ten years. Prior to becoming a CTSI Associate Director, he served as Director of the K Scholar Multidisciplinary Seminar Series and led CTSI faculty scholar progress evaluations.

Dr. Ingbar was elected to the Lead Team of the Clinical and Translational Science Awards’ (CTSA) Workforce Development Enterprise Committee, which he has co-chaired since 2022. The Committee leads in sharing across CTSA hubs of best practices and new developments in training of the translational science workforce, spanning from research professionals to graduate and post-doctoral trainees and early-stage faculty.

Dr. Ingbar received his MD from Harvard Medical School, and was an Internal Medicine Resident and Chief Resident at the University of Washington before completing his Pulmonary & Critical Care fellowship at Yale University. In addition, he is a physician scientist who focuses on understanding how the lung is repaired after injury and how this compares to lung development.

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