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The Tulane Allergy and Clinical Immunology Fellowship training program is fully accredited by the ACGME. Our program is a combined Internal Medicine and Pediatrics program permitting entry of residents trained 

The Clinical Immunology and Allergy Unit includes the Immunology and Allergy Research Laboratory and the Histocompatibility and Immunogenetics Laboratory. Facilities contain over 12,550 sq. ft. of laboratories, and fellows may complete their research requirements through participation in ongoing projects. Trainees also have the opportunity to develop protocols for new research proposals, and such efforts are encouraged. Research opportunities also exist at the USDA where ongoing studies focus on the effects of processing on the allergenicity off peanuts and tree nuts.Read More

The program is based at the Tulane Medical Center, which includes campuses in downtown New Orleans and Metairie. Fellows also rotate through the clinics and consultation services of affiliated hospitals, including the Southeast Louisiana Veterans Healthcare System and Ochsner Medical Center. Second-year fellows also provide care at the NOELA Community Health Center, a federally funded clinic established for underserved patients in New Orleans East.This variety in training settings allows fellows to care for a diverse patient population and ultimately provides a broad and fulfilling educational experience.

New Orleans itself is a fascinating city with a rich history blended from the ingredients of diverse cultures. While experiencing growth of its technology and film industries in recent years, New Orleans remains true to its heritage.

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