Mission Statement

Allergy & Immunology Fellowship Training


Dr. Hollingsworth performing an exam on a patient

The goal of the Allergy & Immunology Training Program is to train Allergy & Immunology academicians for the challenges of careers in clinical or basic science. Our program offers rigorous medical education in Allergy & Immunology in the exciting milieu of the Division of Pulmonary, Allergy, Sleep, and Critical Care Medicine and Pulmonary Center. The educational program will fully prepare fellows for the American Board of Allergy & Immunology certification examination. In addition, the Allergy & Immunology Training Program reflects these goals of Graduate Medical Education at Boston Medical Center:

  • To provide organized and academically rigorous programs of education which foster physicians’ professional development as skilled, ethical, and compassionate clinicians, sensitive and capable of meeting the challenges of a changing healthcare environment and assuring high quality patient care.
  • To promote research and scholarly activities relevant to the medical care of our patients and the educational needs of our trainees.
  • To provide the fundamentals of Quality Improvement and Patient Safety training including executing a well circumscribed, feasible QI/PS project with guidance from BMC’s well established QI/PS infrastructure.