The Allergy and Immunology Fellowship is a two-year program divided into rotations dedicated to clinical and research training. There is an option for a 3rd year of research and obtaining a Masters of Advanced Study (MAS) in Clinical Research. For more information on this program, see: health.ucdavis.edu/ctsc/area/education/mcrtp.

The majority of clinical rotations will be on the UC Davis Health campus, which includes Allergy/Immunology clinics as well as ENT, Dermatology, and Pulmonary clinics. remainder of the training curriculum is dedicated to the pursuit of scholarly academic activity, including training programs in professionalism and research design.

Sample Clinical Training Schedule

Year 1 (ex)

26 weeks – A/I Clinics (UCD, VA, Kaiser) and Inpatient experience

2 weeks – Subspecialty Clinic experience (Dermatology, Pulmonary)

8 weeks – Research development and implementation

8 weeks – Other scholarly activity

4 weeks – Vacation

Year 2

14 weeks – A/I Clinics (UCD, Kaiser) and Inpatient experience

8 weeks – Subspecialty Clinic experience (Dermatology, Pulmonary, Rheumatology)

12 weeks – Research development and implementation

10 weeks – Other scholarly activity

4 weeks – Vacation