About Dr. Gus DuBois, MD
Dr. Gus DuBois is a practicing pulmonologist and sleep disorder specialist who has been practicing in Birmingham, Alabama since 1982.
He graduated from medical school from the University of San Carlos in Guatemala in 1976. He pursued his education at Mount Sinai Medical Center in Miami where he completed his residency in Internal Medicine, and then went on to the University of Texas (Herman and St. Joseph's Hospitals) for a critical care and pulmonary fellowship. He completed his Thoracic Oncology Fellowship at M. D. Anderson Hospital in Houston to then move to Birmingham, Alabama in 1982.
He is associated with several hospitals in Birmingham. In addition to practicing critical care and pulmonary diseases, during his hospital tenure, he also took on the roles as Chief of Medical Staff and chairman of the Board at Brookwood Medical Center.
He is now offering his expertise to help patients with pulmonary and sleep disorders; and his interests now also include post-COVID pulmonary disorders, concentrating on diagnosis and management.
He realizes that although COVID infections may hopefully be under control with vaccination and immunity, there will still be a larger number of " long-haulers " — those left with scarring and other lung complications. His office performs lung testing to assess various lung conditions, which now includes COVID.
For a period of more than 10 years he participated in early pharmacologic studies for companies that now have products out on the market for conditions such as asthma, COPD, narcolepsy and restless leg syndrome.
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