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Allergy and Immunology Fellowship

Program Goal

The goal of the Clinical Immunology Fellowship Program at the University of Tennessee is to give pediatricians and internists a well-rounded educational experience allowing them to be competitive in pursuing a career in allergy and clinical immunology. This program offers supervised in-depth training in clinical allergy, asthma, and immunologic diseases so that the trainee can provide high quality care to children and adults with these disorders. Structured clinical and basic research projects under the direct supervision by faculty members during the fellowship will allow the trainee to develop skills important in seeking an academic position. Our research interests include immunologic mechanisms of allergy, asthma, gene therapy and autoimmunity and the role of the T cell receptor.

Fellowship Faculty

Why Memphis?

Downtown memphis image from Mud Island

Memphis is a truly incredible town with so much to offer! Catch dinner at the iconic Majestic Grille before taking in a Grizzlies NBA game at the FedEx Forum. Learn the history of Memphis music at Elvis Presley’s Graceland, Stax Records, and Sun Studio. Soak in the sun at Shelby Farms or the Big River Crossing. Enjoy shopping at our Bass Pro Shop, housed in the tenth-tallest pyramid in the world, then explore the nightlife on historic Beale Street.

Those are just a few reasons Memphis was named one of Condé Nast Traveler’s 23 Best Places to Go in 2023. Our UT Health Science Center was also named the ninth safest college in America by

But most of all, Memphis is the healthcare hub of the Mid-South's large and diverse population.

You can find UT Health Science Center faculty, residents, fellows, and staff at:

Memphis is THE place to be!

Mar 1, 2024