Caroline Gulati

Caroline Gulati, MD

Specialty

Critical Care Medicine, Pulmonary Medicine

Medical School

Pritzker School of Medicine

Residency

University of Pennsylvania Health System

Fellowship

New York Presbyterian Hospital

Board Certifications

  • Critical Care Medicine - American Board of Internal Medicine
  • Internal Medicine - American Board of Internal Medicine
  • Pulmonary Disease - American Board of Internal Medicine

Member of:
Stamford Health Medical Group

Locations

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Biography

Dr. Gulati grew up in Vermont and has trained at a variety of prestigious institutions. She is proficient at treating the more common pulmonary diseases such as COPD, asthma and pneumonia but has also spent a large amount of her training in managing patients with pulmonary fibrosis, lung manifestations of connective tissue diseases, and patients on chemotherapy or other immunosuppressants.

Dr. Gulati moved to Connecticut and joined Pulmonary Associates of Stamford (now affiliated with Stamford Health Medical Group) after her fellowship in 2014, along with her husband, who is also a physician. Together they have three daughters. She enjoys having a close relationship with her patients and believes in frequent follow-ups and communication with her patients and their other physicians.

Special Interests

Interstitial Lung Disease, Connective Tissue Disease, Immunocompromised Patients

Published Work

Robert Kaner, Diane Stover, Caroline Gulati. “Pulmonary
Toxicity; PART V. PRACTICE OF ONCOLOGY, Section 19.
Management of Adverse Effects of Treatment” 10th Edition
of Cancer: principles & practice of Oncology. Devita,
Hellman, and Rosenberg 2013.


Caroline Gulati, Brian Gelbman, Daniel Libby, Andrew
Schreiner, Jeffrey Port, Nassar Altorki. “Ground Glass
Nodules Suspicious for Early Adenocarcinoma: Resection
versus Observation.” Accepted to Journal of Thoracic
Oncology for publication in 2014. NewYork-Presbyterian/
Weill Cornell 2013.


Bradley Pua, Caroline Gulati, David Madoff, Danial Mir.
“Transbronchial Treatment of a Bleeding Pulmonary
Mycetoma Refractory to Arterial Embolization.” Journal
of Vascular and Interventional Radiology. October 2013;
24(10):1583-1585. NewYork-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell.


Caroline Gulati, Michael Satlin, Cynthia Magro, Kyriakos
Kirou. “Two SLE patients with severe pleurisy: Similar
presentations, different causes.” Arthritis Care and Research.
June 2013; 65(6). NewYork-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell 2013.


Caroline Cottrell, James Kirkpatrick. “Echocardiographic
Strain Imaging and Its Use in the Clinical Setting.” Expert
Reviews. January 2010; 8(1):93-102. Hospital of the
University of Pennsylvania.

Affiliations

  • American College of Chest Physicians
  • American Medical Association

Languages

English

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