We provide the highest quality clinical and research training to equip fellows with the skills they need for a career in academic or private practice medicine. 

We provide individualized training in allergic and immunologic disorders through comprehensive core clinical rotations and electives and mentored scholarly activity. Our program leverages the excellence of UW and Seattle Children's Hospital research and their faculty to provide fellows with an optimal environment for research growth. The program fellows practice at multiple clinical sites in the Seattle metropolitan area to provide a world-class fellowship experience.

Statement on COVID-19 from the Program Director:

The COVID-19 outbreak has been incredibly difficult on the medical system as a whole, including our allergy and immunology division. We have made every effort to balance the safety of our fellows while trying to maintain the active learning environment which is necessary for fellowship training. When the outbreak initially occurred, our fellows transitioned exclusively to telemedicine visits both at UW and Seattle Children’s Hospital and our didactic sessions were conducted via video conference platforms. While our fellows are starting to return to the clinic/hospital environment, we are closely monitoring the situation and will make any changes necessary to ensure the safety of our trainees. We are all in this together and we truly appreciate our incredible fellows!

Accreditation

In 2011, the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) awarded the UW A&I training program full reaccreditation and identified its educational curriculum as a Notable Practice. Next reaccreditation: 2021.