National Leaders in Allergy and Immunology
Our goal is to provide the finest care for patients with allergic and immunologic diseases, train and develop future clinicians, and scientists and foster a quality research environment.
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The Division of Allergy and Immunology at Washington University School of Medicine initiates and participates in a wide range of clinical research efforts to evaluate the safety and efficacy of promising new treatment options for various types of asthma, allergies and immunological diseases.
Jennifer Monroy, MD completes inaugural Program Director Bootcamp (Links to an external site)
We’re excited to share that Jennifer Monroy, MD was among the 21 Program Directors to complete the Academy of Educators and Graduate Medical Education Office’s inaugural Program Director Bootcamp. Over the past 10 months, participants have met to expand their GME expertise, enhance their leadership skills, build community with GME leaders, improve their training programs, […]
Peggy L. Kendall, MD, to be installed as the Virginia Minnich Distinguished Professor of Medicine (Links to an external site)
Division Chief Peggy L. Kendall, MD, to be installed as the Virginia Minnich Distinguished Professor of Medicine on February 16, 2023. Dr. Kendall’s research focuses on the role of B lymphocytes in autoimmune disease. Specific research interests include determining how B cell signaling mediated by Bruton’s tyrosine kinase contributes to autoimmune disease, including inflammatory arthritis […]
Welcome, Jeremy Katcher, MD
The Division of Allergy & Immunology proudly welcomes Jeremy Katcher, MD as Assistant Professor of Medicine. Dr. Katcher will be joining the division’s faculty on January 1, 2023. Dr. Katcher earned his medical degree at University of Missouri – Columbia and completed his fellowship in Allergy & Immunology at University of Tennessee – Memphis. Dr. […]
H James Wedner, MD interviewed by TIME about seasonal allergies (Links to an external site)
Millions of Americans spend weeks each year sneezing and sniffling due to allergies to seasonal triggers such as tree, grass, or ragweed pollen. And for the subset of people who are allergic to year-round household irritants like dust mites, mold, and cockroaches, any season can turn into allergy season. …The severity of symptoms and the […]