After attending Kansas City University School of Medicine and Biosciences, Dr. Uluer received his training in Pediatric and Internal Medicine at Cleveland Clinic. He later completed his fellowship in Pediatric Pulmonary Medicine at Boston Childrens™ Hospital, Harvard Medical School and soon thereafter named Director of the Adult Cystic Fibrosis Program at the Boston Children's Hospital and Brigham and Women's Hospital CF Center. His clinical and research interests involve all aspects of cystic fibrosis care. In addition to translational research on salivary and urinary biomarkers, his involvement as co-director of the TDN at his center, he is involved in industry sponsored and investigator initiated clinical trials. Dr. Uluer is also interested in quality improvement and currently involved in a number of projects, including participation in OneCFLLC2 and the Mental Health Task Force. As Director of the Weitzman Family Bridges Adult Transition Program, a comprehensive program to provide age appropriate care and transitional care support to adult survivors of congenital or acquired pediatric chronic disease, the OneCFLLC2 collaborative is in line with his interests in establishing seamless transition to adolescents and young adults as they reach adulthood.