About the Program
- In continuous operation since 1974
- Over forty-five fellows have matriculated through the program.
What Makes Us Unique
Allergy and Immunology is a separate department from the primary care departments. It is one of the few training programs where patients of all ages from diverse ethnic backgrounds are seen in clinic setting. Fellows have opportunities for extensive cross training in both Pediatric and Adult Allergy and Immunology, following their own panel of patients in continuity for the duration of the fellowship. The Department is affiliated with the Regional Allergy & Immunology Clinical Laboratory, which is utilized to learn diagnostic laboratory Allergy & Immunology techniques. The training program is flexible to meet individual trainee needs. The trainees have the opportunity to interact with trainees from other local training programs via local symposia and special programs.
The program offers one fellowship position each year. Applicants should have completed or be in the process of completing a residency in Internal Medicine or Pediatrics at the time of application and should be Board eligible or Board certified in the respective discipline.