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Department of Internal Medicine

Immunology, Allergy and Rheumatology

Academic Overview

Along with its research and patient care focus, the Division of Immunology, Allergy and Rheumatology is committed to teaching.

Medical student education consists of a third-year clerkship and an eight-week intensive clinical experience elective in arthritis/allergy.

The elective course prepares fourth-year students to perform primary care management, including the diagnosis and treatment of common rheumatologic and allergic medical disorders.

Training of residents consists of a one-month rotation with ambulatory and inpatient consultations as well as structured didactic sessions.

The rheumatology/immunology rotation is one of the most highly sought after rotations by residents due to the organization, the dedicated lecture series and the faculty teaching. The division also offers a one-month rotation focusing on allergy/immunology.

For specialized training, the division offers separate fellowship training programs in allergy/immunology and rheumatology. Both training programs are partially funded through NIH T32 training grant awards that prepare fellows for careers in research and academic medicine.

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Academic Office:
University of Cincinnati | Division of Immunology, Allergy and Rheumatology
231 Albert Sabin Way, MSB 7501
Mail Location #0563
Cincinnati, OH 45267-0563

Phone: 513-558-4701
Fax: 513-558-3799

Division Director:
Avis Ware, MD

Business Administrator:
Greg Taulbee