Research in the University of Wisconsin Division of Allergy, Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine improves the lives of people with serious illnesses.
We do this through our nationally recognized asthma and allergy program, our state-of-the-art ICU data science lab, studies to better understand and treat pulmonary disorders, and innovative programs to improve decision making and outcomes for critically ill patients. More about our department’s research environment.
And if you're a trainee, learn more about Wisconsin Allergy Research Training (WiscART), our T32-funded research training program.
Our investigators work to transform medicine every day. Get to know them below.
Asthma and Allergy
- Denlinger: Biology of Severe Asthma
- Jarjour: Asthma Mechanisms and Therapy
- Mathur: Eosinophil Biology
Clinical research: Asthma and Allergy
- Faust: Biomarkers of Injury Mechanisms in Critically Ill Patients
- Kruser: Health Care Delivery and Decision Making
Clinical research: Critical Care
Data Science and Clinical Informatics