The Clinical Immunodeficiency Fellowship Program at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center is a one-year program that offers comprehensive clinical training in pediatric immunodeficiency diseases, including curative techniques and hematopoietic stem cell transplantation.
Our mission is to provide hands-on training of pediatricians in the advanced medical management of ambulatory and critically ill children with heritable primary immune deficiencies and immune dysregulatory disorders.
The Clinical Immunodeficiency Fellowship Program’s goal is to train academic physicians who will become experts in the clinical management of pediatric immunodeficiencies and immune dysregulatory disorders. Graduating fellows will demonstrate:
- Detailed knowledge of basic human immunology
- Advanced competence in use of cellular and molecular diagnostic methods in immunology
- Advanced competence in clinical management of patients with immunodeficiencies and immune dysregulatory disorders, including use of hematopoietic stem cell transplantation
- Understanding of principles of clinical and translational research
- Effective communication skills with patients, families and other team members in order to practice family-centered care
Qualification of Applicants
Physicians must have completed a pediatric residency in the United States or equivalent training abroad and must be eligible to obtain an Ohio medical license. Physicians with prior fellowship training in allergy / immunology, hematology / oncology or other pediatric subspecialties are encouraged to apply.
Allergy / immunology or hematology / oncology fellows may elect to participate in this one-year fellowship after completing the required clinical training for those subspecialties.