Dr. Mani Latifi is a distinguished figure in the field of Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine. His journey began with a solid foundation at Southern Illinois University School of Medicine, propelling him into a residency and later a fellowship at the renowned Cleveland Clinic. His commitment to medicine is evident from his tenure as Chief Resident and Chief Fellow, positions that highlight his leadership and expertise.
Beyond his clinical prowess, Dr. Latifi has carved a niche in medical education and extracorporeal life support with the ECMO team. His approach is patient-centric, focusing on airway diseases and health disparities. An Associate Program Director for the Pulmonary/Critical Care Medicine Fellowship, Dr. Latifi also enriches the medical community with his dedication to teaching. His life outside the hospital is as active as his career, filled with outdoor pursuits from hiking to fly fishing, underscoring his well-rounded persona.
He works in the pulmonary medicine surgery department.
Dr. Mani works at - Cleveland Clinic Main Campus
Dr. Mani specializes in diseases and treatments such as pulmonary medicine, critical care medicine and asthma, pulmonary disease.