Research/Scholarly Activities are required for each Fellow — specifically, to develop and complete a hypothesis-driven research project under the supervision of faculty mentor(s), with the goal of submission of a manuscript for peer-reviewed publication.

Each fellow will also be required to write one scholarly work such as a review, book chapter, or case report/series — under faculty mentorship — with at least one scholarly work submitted for presentation at a national conference. 

Quality Improvement/Patient Safety/Disparities Reduction Activities are emphasized. Each fellow will be required to develop a structured, faculty-mentored project wherein he/she identifies an area within the context of Allergy-Immunology practice, education or research for intervention, designs and implements a plan to improve said area, and reports the outcome.

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For additional information, contact the Fellowship program director, manager or coordinator.

You can also visit the Division of Pulmonary, Allergy, Critical Care and Sleep Medicine’s Research homepage, as well as the Department of Medicine’s Research homepage

For more information about research at the University of Arizona College of Medicine, click here.

For current UA clinical research studies accepting subjects, click here.

For research specific to respiratory issues, please visit the UA Health Sciences Asthma & Airways Disease Research Center website: 

Clinical Studies

See the following links for additional detailed information:

UA Health Sciences Lung Research

UA Health Sciences Asthma & Airway Disease Research Center

UA Health Sciences Food Allergy Research and Education (FARE) Clinical Network Center of Excellence