Allergy and Immunology Fellowship
Welcome to the UC Davis Allergy and Immunology Fellowship Program! Our mission is to prepare fellows to provide medical care for adult and pediatric patients with allergic and immunologic disorders in the academic setting, in private practice, or within industry. Additionally, we train leaders in Allergy and Clinical Immunology as consultants, educators, advocates, and physician scientists. This website will cover some of the information related to the general programmatic organization of the program.
Program Director, Allergy and Immunology Fellowship: Victoria Dimitriades, MD
Program Coordinator: Jen Byberg
Being an Allergy and Immunology fellow at UC Davis includes a variety of inclusive and educational experiences. You will have diverse clinical inpatient and outpatient experiences between the UC Davis Medical Center, VA hospital, and the Northern California Kaiser system. Reaching out to a population base of about 5 million people and being a part of such a large health system network is very rewarding.
- Open to applicants who have completed a residency in IM, Peds, or Med/Peds.
- Faculty trained in both adults and pediatrics
- Partnerships with the VA hospital and Kaiser to provide a variety of learning environments for patient care.
- Weekly education sessions for dedicated learning with A/I and subspecialty faculty
- Research training, support, and other resources at the Clinical and Translational Science Center
UC Davis has also been recognized for excellence in the following ways:
- ELSO Center of Excellence
- Magnet Recognition by American Nurses Credentialing Center
- US News/World Report ranked in 4 specialties in 2021-2022
How To Apply
As outlined by the ABP and ACGME, applicants must meet eligibility criteria for this fellowship program including:
- Board eligibility or board certification in pediatrics or medicine-pediatrics
- ECFMG certification, if pertinent
- Completion of the ERAS application
- At least 3 letters of recommendation
- School of Medicine transcript
- USMLE/COMLEX transcript of Step 1-3 scores
- Personal interview
California Medical Board Licensing Requirements
All residents and fellows are REQUIRED to have a full and unrestricted California Medical License after they complete 36 months of any ACGME (or RCPSC, CFPC) program training.
For more information, visit our Graduate Medical Education CAMB info page.
IMG - Applying for a postgraduate position
Graduates of International Medical Schools must meet all California Medical Board licensing requirements for either a Post Graduate Training License (PTL) or a California Physician’s and Surgeon’s License, and any J-1 visa sponsorship requirements (if applicable).
Visas: A clinical J-1 visa is required for admission to UC Davis Health residency and fellowship training programs. The visa can only be sponsored by ECFMG, which requires passage of USMLE Steps 1 and 2. Applicants on a J-1 with a waiver from the Department of State (DOS) can only be accepted into our programs on an Employment Authorization Document (EAD) or J-1 visa Physician Program.