The Allergy / Immunology Fellowship Program
Clinical training occurs in both inpatient and outpatient settings and extensively covers all disorders of allergy (e.g., asthma, food allergy), eosinophilic disorders, occupational lung diseases and primary immune deficiencies. A great strength of our program is the large patient referral basis for both common and rare immunologic disorders, such as primary immune deficiency and eosinophilic disorders.
Our fellows conduct innovative research in a wide variety of areas, including clinical research trials, with clinical, translational and basic science research mentors. Fellows interested in a career in research have an opportunity to participate in additional years of training beyond the two years of ACGME-accredited fellowship. Advanced research fellows may earn master's or doctorate degrees in areas such as epidemiology, clinical research and immunobiology
Mission: Our mission is to prepare fellows to become leaders in Allergy / Immunology.
Objectives: Through our program's mentorship and curriculum, our fellows will:
- Acquire expert-level clinical competence in the care of children and adults with routine and complex allergic/immunologic disorders
- Conduct and publish cutting-edge clinical, translational and / or basic research studies
- Fully engage in the practice of life-long scholarship through didactics, improvement projects and scholarly presentations of clinical and research topics
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