Allergy and Immunology
Advanced Research Fellowship

Advanced Research Fellowship

Fellows who are interested in a career in research have an opportunity to apply for additional years of training beyond the two years of ACGME-accredited fellowship through the Advanced Research Training Fellowship (ARTF). ARTF research fellows can conduct innovative research in a wide variety of areas by pairing with NIH-funded clinical, translational and basic science research mentors.

2021 Research Highlights: Division of Allergy and Immunology

Amazing Science to Bold Medicine

Amazing Science to Bold Medicine.

The Schubert Research Clinic

The Schubert Research Clinic is a unique place to perform clinical and translational research across academic health centers, including Cincinnati Children's and the University of Cincinnati. 

Advanced Degree / Certificate Opportunities

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