Allergy and Immunology

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    Allergy / immunology fellows are responsible for teaching and lecturing residents and medical students rotating through the allergy / immunology services. They also become skillful at presenting clinical topics in allergy and immunology, articles in journal clubs and research data to fellow trainees and faculty. Patient teaching is also emphasized.

    Divisional and Institutional Conferences

    There are multiple clinical, research and scientific conferences held every week within the divisions and throughout all involved institutions, providing an excellent environment for research and clinical training.

    Institutional Conferences

    Other opportunities exist to attend and participate in conferences throughout both Cincinnati Children’s and the University of Cincinnati that are relevant to allergy and immunology.

    Advanced Degree Opportunities

    During the research portion of the fellowship, fellows may choose to pursue a master’s or doctorate degree in the following disciplines:

    • Epidemiology and biostatistics
    • Clinical research
    • Immunobiology
    • Education

    Career Development After Fellowship

    For information on continued career development after the allergy / immunology fellowship, download our Fellowship Brochure in portable document format (.pdf).