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Meet Our Fellows

Fellow working with health care team as part of the Allergy and Immunology Fellowship at Mayo Clinic

The Allergy and Immunology Fellowship draws fellows from across the U.S. and around the world. While all of our fellows have a love of learning and a compassionate approach to patient care, they come from diverse backgrounds, family status, and professional and personal interests. Meet our current fellows and learn about their experience in the program.

Bridget Wilson, M.D.Class of 2024
Bridget Wilson, M.D.

Medical school: Northeast Ohio Medical University

Residency: Pediatrics, Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center

Why did you choose Mayo Clinic?

I chose Mayo Clinic for the Allergy and Immunology Fellowship because of the excellent clinical training and research opportunities that the program offers. As fellows, we care for patients in both the local community and from across the country, treating a broad range of allergic and immunologic diseases. The partnership with Phoenix Children's Hospital provides robust training in pediatric allergy/immunology as well. Arizona is a beautiful place to live, and the Phoenix/Scottsdale area is in close proximity to hiking, museums, restaurants, and other activities.

Matthew Farley, M.D.Class of 2025
Matthew Farley, M.D.

Medical school: University of Oklahoma College of Medicine

Residency: Internal Medicine, Mayo Clinic 

What attracted you to allergy/immunology?

I was attracted to allergy, asthma, and immunology because of the variety of patient diagnoses, the option to see a balance of children and adults, my fascination with the human immune system, and the ability to strongly impact a patient’s quality of life.

What makes this program unique?

Our program does a remarkable job of helping each individual fellow achieve their own goals and aspirations. All of the staff are kind, supportive, and available to help. There are plenty of opportunities to sharpen clinical acumen, while also delving into research and education.