The Allergy and Immunology Fellowship curriculum is designed to be customized, and trainees are encouraged to plan their programs to meet specific career objectives. Learn about the schedule rotation and descriptions, didactic training, and more.
A fellow interested in a career in clinical allergy or clinical immunology may select assignments from a broad range of clinical subspecialty electives. While someone with career interests in laboratory research or clinical investigation may wish to participate in the clinical research program run by the Allergic Diseases Research Laboratory.
Trainees have at least one year of clinical training in allergy and immunology and at least nine months of laboratory experience in allergy, immunology, or pulmonary physiology.
All board eligibility requirements are fulfilled during the first two years of the program. The optional third year offers the opportunity to conduct in-depth research. Clinical experience includes both pediatric and adult allergy and immunology.