Allergy/Immunology Fellowship

The Allergy & Immunology fellowship was started in 1995 to take advantage of the unique training opportunities in allergy, asthma and immunology at Boston Medical Center and the long-term excellence in bench and epidemiologic research of the Division of Pulmonary, Allergy, Sleep, and Critical Care Medicine and The Pulmonary Center. Our goal is to train outstanding specialists for careers in academic medicine tailored to the diverse interest of our trainees. Our Program is committed to mentoring and teaching superb clinical care and state of the art investigation in basic science and translational-clinical research. Please explore the affiliated pages to learn more about the Allergy/Immunology Fellowship program’s Mission, Overview, Curriculum, Clinical Training, Research, and Application Process.

Our graduating fellows are prepared to join the faculty of academic institutions as academic physicians, researchers, clinician educators, or be highly regarded A/I clinicians in the community. The range of positions chosen by those who have completed our Program is reflected in the varied career choices by our recent graduates.

To learn more about our Fellowship Training Program and to apply to for a position, please explore this website or contact our Program Director, Associate Program Director, or Program Manager listed below:

Frédéric F. Little, M.D.

Program Director 

Allergy/Immunology Fellowship Training Program


Quindelyn Cook, M.D.

Associate Program Director for Education

Allergy/Immunology Fellowship Training Program



Kathy Adamson

Program Manager 

Allergy/Immunology Fellowship Training Program




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