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Anthony C. Campagna, M.D. '81

(Left to right)   Dr. Fares Mouchantaf, (Lahey Clinic Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine (PCCM) fellow and husband of Dr. Michelle Stefka, Siena graduate), Dr. Tony Campagna Siena ’81, Dr. Nicole Weinreb, (Lahey PCCM fellow).

  • Hometown: Colonie, New York
  • Major: Biology
  • Class Year: 1981
  • Career:  Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine Attending Physician, Lahey Clinic, Burlington, MA; Assistant Clinical Professor of Medicine, Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA, Fellow, American College of Chest Physicians
  • Educational Background:  B.S. Siena College 1981; M.D. Albany Medical College 1985; Internal Medicine Residency, New England Deaconess Hospital, Boston, MA  1988; Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine Fellowship, University of California, San Francisco, CA   1992
  • Activities:  Program Director, Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine Fellowship, Lahey Clinic; Director, Commonwealth of Massachusetts Tuberculosis Clinic, Lahey Clinic; Director, Alpha-1-antitrypsin Deficiency (Genetic Emphysema) Clinic, Lahey Clinic
  • Why you chose Siena?  The Franciscan community and an excellent education in science combined with an excellent education in the arts
  • What activities did you participate in at Siena?   Fine Arts committee, Biology Club, Tee Pee Rowdies band
  • What is special about your time at Siena?  The personal attention we received inside and outside of the classroom.
  • What is your favorite Siena memory?  Roger Bacon Hall, Division I Basketball, Parties in the dorms and in the Rathskellar
  • What would you say to a Siena community member who has changed your life?  To Fr. Kevin Mackin and Dr. Ed LaRow, thanks for the personal advice and mentoring you gave me.  It was the basis of my future success.
  • What are your aspirations?  To raise my three children to become responsible and caring adults while maintaining my current clinical and teaching roles at work.
  • What motivates you?  Teaching and mentoring young physicians and watching them use their God given talents to mature into independent healers.
  • What is one thing you could not live without?  My family, my religion and my ability to help people in need.
  • Why do you give to Siena?  To help pass on the Franciscan tradition and the excellent academics to current and future Siena students.