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Educational Activities

The Division and medical center hold regular conferences which not only enhance the educational experiences of all trainees but also allow trainees to develop expertise in scholarly presentation. Topics, as well as the format used to convey the information being presented, vary and cover both the clinical and basic science aspects of Allergy and Immunology. Combined conferences bring Rheumatology and Allergy/Immunology together as well as AIR and Dermatology to discuss topics of common interest. The expertise of physician-scientists and clinicians from both within the medical center and from universities throughout the county are drawn upon through these conferences. In addition, fellows have the opportunity to further expand their education by attending scientific meetings.

Grand rounds conferenceTuesday 12:00 pm
Department of Medicine Grand Rounds

Wednesday 7:30 am
Allergy/Immunology Fellow's Conference

1st Thursday of the Month
8:00 am AI Grand Rounds
9:00 am Cases
9:15 am AI Clinical Journal Club

2nd Thursday of the Month
8:00 am Board Review
9:00 am Cases
9:15 am Immunology (combined with Rheumatology)

3rd Thursday of the Month (Combined with Rheumatology)
8:00 am AIR Grand Rounds
9:00 am Cases
9:15 am AIR Scientific Journal Club

4th Thursday of the Month
8:00 am Board Review
9:00 am Cases
9:15 am Immunology (combined with Rheumatology)
10:15 am Clinical Immunology Cases

5th Thursday of the Month
8:00 am AIR/DERM Grand Rounds (combined with Rheumatology)

What our fellows say...

Alanna Wong, M.D.

"I really appreciate my 2 years in Rochester. The faculty clearly cared about my training and wanted me to do well. I think we are very lucky to have equally strong pediatric and adult departments. I was able to see a wide variety of conditions in both the clinics and the consult service.

"[There is] 50/50 exposure between pediatric and adult patients. [It] feels like a bigger program because you are with rheumatology fellows often. [There is a] large faculty and therefore a variety of styles and also support."

Alanna Wong, MD

Class of 2019