About the Program

The Division of Immunology at the University of Iowa offers a 2 year ACGME accredited fellowship program in Allergy/Immunology. The program is designed to provide the trainee with in depth knowledge and experience in the diagnosis and treatment of allergic, immunologic and complex disorders in both pediatric and adult patients. In addition, trainees have the opportunity to learn about and participate in clinical, translational and/or basic research in the field of allergy and immunology.   The Program Evaluation Committee, with input from the fellows, reviews the educational program on a regular basis to assure that all ACGME and ABAI requirements are met and to address areas for improvement and strategies to optimize program quality.

Allergy/Immunology Fellowship Program Highlights

  • Adult and pediatric patient care experiences in a broad array of allergic and immunologic disorders
  • Experience in a multidisciplinary Drug Allergy Clinic
  • Clinical and research opportunities in food allergy
  • Exposure to state-of-the-art equipment and facilities in the new Children’s Hospital (Opened in 2017)
  • Experience in a complex disorders clinic and inpatient program
  • Participation in Iowa’s Severe Combined Immunodeficiency (SCID) Newborn Screening Program
  • Participation in the annual Quality Improvement and Patient Safety Symposium and the Current Topics in Allergy & Clinical Immunology Conference
  • Research opportunities in the Center of Immunology and Immune-Based Disorders
  • Exposure to the Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology
  • Fellows as Clinician Educators (FACE) Program
  • Masters in Medical Education Program, reserved for fellows interested in an academic career as clinical educators