Clinical Fellowship in Allergy and Immunology

The Clinical Fellowship in Allergy and Immunology is an ACGME-accredited training program (Program number 020-48-11-026) dedicated to training for academic practice. This is a joint program of the Departments of Internal Medicine and Pediatrics.

During the 2 year program, fellows alternate between clinical and research years. The clinical year consists of 7 half days of clinic per week. There are multiple clinic locations in the Galveston area with a majority being held in League City, TX.  It also includes 1 half day of didactics (Thursday afternoon conference), and 2 half days for research time. Clinical fellows take primary call about 14 weeks out of the year.  During the research year, a fellow will typically be in clinic 3 half days per week (one half day maybe used for an elective), 1 half day of didactics and 6 half days devoted to research time. Research fellows take primary call about 3 to 4 weeks per year. Back up call is also rotated between fellows not on primary call.

Co-Director, Andrew Grant M.D., Department of Internal Medicine
Co-Director, Randall Goldblum M.D., Department of Pediatrics

For more information about the program, please write or e-mail the following address:

Dr. GoldblumRandall Goldblum, M.D.
Division of Infectious Disease and Immunology

Department of Pediatrics
The University of Texas Medical Branch
301 University Blvd.
Galveston, TX 77555-0372
Phone (409) 772-1754 Fax (409) 772-1761

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