Welcome to the University of Wisconsin Allergy and Immunology Fellowship Program!
Please take some time to navigate through our Division website to get a sense of the breadth of clinical and research experiences at the University of Wisconsin.
We offer a 2 year Allergy and Immunology fellowship program with optional 3rd year of support for research. Our fellowship program features extensive clinical experiences with seamless integration between adult and pediatric clinics. We are committed to providing customized clinical and research training designed to fit your career interests. Mentorship includes advice from world renowned leaders in Allergy and Immunology such as Dr. Robert Lemanske, Dr. William Busse, and Dr. James Gern.
The University of Wisconsin-Madison is a world-renowned public research university, ranking third among all institutions of higher education in research and development expenditures. Three scholars have won Nobel Prizes while members of the faculty; 7 Nobel Prizes have gone to former students or faculty members; and more than 50 faculty are members of the National Academy of Sciences.
The University of Wisconsin Hospital and Clinics, the American Family Childrens Hospital, and the William S. Middleton VA Hospital are all recognized as excellent providers of clinical services to their respective populations.
The city of Madison and the surrounding communities such as Middleton, Verona and Fitchburg have all been highlighted nationally with top rankings as the best places to live in the United States by a variety of surveys.