Kolene E. Bailey, MD

Fellow
Pulmonary Sciences and Critical Care Medicine
Curriculum Vitae

Biographical Sketch
My name is Kolene Bailey. I was born in Germany on an air force base where my dad was stationed in the Army, but grew up mostly in Keene, New Hampshire. Home to the Guinness Book of World Records for the most lit jack-o’-lanterns on display that totaled 30,581. I completed my undergraduate degree in Biological and Biomedical engineering from Cornell University in 2008. I then went to the Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth, where I was an Albert Schweitzer fellow, and gradated as the Class Marshal in 2012. I then moved to New Haven, CT to complete my residency training in Internal Medicine at Yale New Haven Hospital, and stayed an extra year as a Chief Resident. I am currently a second year fellow in Pulmonary and Critical Care on the T32 training grant. I am very excited to be returning to my engineering roots working in Dr. Magin’s lab. In my free time, I love to spend time with my wonderful husband, go running, and play with our two adorable, Italian Water Dogs, Daisy and Grover.