The University of Wisconsin Allergy and Immunology Fellowship Program is unique, offering a strong conjoint training program with faculty mentors who are world-renowned leaders in the field of Asthma, Allergy and Immunology. These faculty mentors serve as principal investigators for many NIH individual and multicenter research programs.
Program Showcase and Outcomes
- Robust research curriculum: fellows are matched with a research mentor and guided by a personalized scholarly advisory committee. This multispecialty committee is customized for each fellow, enabling a wide range of expertise.
- Our fellows typically deliver at least one national conference presention. Many author at least one publication before they graduate.
- Complete integration of our Adult and Pediatric Clinics and faculty.
- Our clinical patient population allows us to deliver exceptional training and exposure to a wide variety of diagnoses, enabling fellows to use this clinical knowledge to present cases and present at Wisconsin Allergy Society’s regional conference and AAAAI national conference.
- We integrate rare diagnoses in our didactic lectures, which include a weekly Immunology Summer Conference and monthly Immunology Case Conference, simulation module, and procedural competency course to master procedures less commonly performed in our clinic.
- Monthly meeting with our fellows ensure we are meeting their educational and clinical needs. Information from this meeting is used for continual program improvement.
- Many of our fellows pursue graduate certificates or Master's degree programs (e.g., MS or PhD in Clinical Investigation) through the UW Institute for Clinical and Translation Research.
About the Program
The UW Allergy and Immunology Fellowship Program is 2 years in length and offers extensive clinical experiences with seamless integration between adult and pediatric clinics. An optional third year is specifically designed for research and academic training. We select high-performing fellowship candidates to ensure they will function and excel in clinical, academic, and research environment and activities.
Research Training Opportunities
Each fellow actively participates in a research project during his/her three years of training. Fellows have opportunities to contribute to research progress and to gain experience in the development, performance, and statistical analysis of investigations that address novel hypotheses in the field of allergy and immunology. Read more
Accreditation and Certification
The UW Allergy and Immunology Fellowship Program is fully accredited by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education. This fellowship fulfills the requirements for Allergy and Immunology training as stated by the American Board of Internal Medicine. Fellows are eligible to take the American Board of Internal Medicine subspecialty examination in Allergy and Immunology upon completion of their fellowship.
The UW Allergy and Immunology Fellowship Program was accredited on April 11, 1978. The program has enjoyed ongoing accreditation with no major citations. Over 112 fellows have completed their allergy and immunology fellowship training through the program and have established successful careers in academic medicine and private practice.