Tod Olin, MD

Tod Olin, MD

Tod Olin, MD

Associate Professor
Human Physiology & Nutrition

Educational Background

1998 Undergraduate Rice University, Houston, Texas BA Biology

2005 Medical University of Texas Medical School at San Antonio Doctor of Medicine Degree
GPA 4.0, Class Rank 1/200

2005-2006 Internship in Pediatrics The Children’s Hospital, University of Colorado

2006-2008 Residency in Pediatrics The Children’s Hospital, University of Colorado 2008-2011 Fellowship in Pediatric Pulmonary Medicine The Children’s Hospital, University of Colorado

2011 Clinical Research Training Masters in Clinical Sciences- Clinical Investigation Track University of Colorado Denver Mentoring team: Frank Accurso, MD, Phil Zeitler, MD, Rob Roach, PhD

Research Interests

Dr. Tod Olin is a pulmonologist and director of the National Jewish Health Exercise and Performance Breathing Center. He has published in the area of pediatric airways disease, as well as in the area of high-performance exercise limitation. He is specifically interested in helping children and adults exercise safely and comfortably, whether sick or well, fit or obese, toddlers or Olympic-level athletes.