Erin Crowley received her MD from Indiana University in 2010. She went on to complete a combined residency in Internal Medicine and Pediatrics at Indiana University where she developed an interest in transition care in children with chronic disease who were aging into adulthood. Dr. Crowley pursued a fellowship in Adult Pulmonary and Critical Care with a special interest in caring for adolescent and adult patients with cystic fibrosis. With an interest in clinical research she completed the Masters of Clinical Research program offered at Indiana University during her fellowship. Additionally, she was a recipient of the Fellowship Training Grant from the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation during her second and third years of fellowship. Now in a faculty role, Dr. Crowley is the Associate Director of the Adult Cystic Fibrosis Program at Indiana University, helping to care for more than 200 adult patients. She works closely with the pediatric program at Riley Hospital for Children to recruit adolescents into research studies and foster a relationship for transition and transfer of care. A major focus of her quality improvement initiative has been building the transition program at Indiana University. Dr. Crowley's research focuses on social determinants of health that affect clinical outcomes and health services outcomes after transfer to adult care. She has presented her work in poster form at NACFC 2016 and the ECFS Conference 2017; and in presentation at the Young Investigator's Forum 2016.