Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME)
Refer here for further information regarding program requirements for allergy and immunology training programs and the Resident Case Log System.
Consortium for Graduate Medical Education
Monitors and supports educational curriculum and administrative policies at sponsored residency programs in the New York and New Jersey area as well as career planning for resident physicians.
Icahn School of Medicine Immunology Institute
Established at Icahn School of Medicine to foster collaboration between faculty members in multiple disciplines and departments who conduct research in immunology, allergy, inflammation, and transplantation and to enhance research collaborations, education, and clinical translation of basic research in immune mediated diseases, exploring and dissecting disease pathways with the intention of developing novel therapeutic approaches.
The Jaffe Food Allergy Institute
Established by the Jaffe Family Foundation at the Icahn School of Medicine to conduct basic science and clinical research, and provide education and comprehensive clinical care in the area of food allergy.
The American Association of Immunologists
Professional organization of immunologists that promotes the advancement of knowledge of immunology.
US Immunodeficiency Network
Research consortium established to promote research in primary immunodeficiencies.
Clinical Immunology Society
Professional organization that supports education, translational and clinical research and patient care in the area of immunologic and inflammatory disorders.
Federation of Clinical Immunology Societies
Association to facilitate collaborative efforts between specialty societies with an interest or application in clinical immunology.
Immune Deficiency Foundation
National non-profit organization established to improve diagnosis and treatment of primary immunodeficiencies.
European Society for Immunodeficiencies
Non-profit organization established to promote research and dissemination of knowledge of primary immunodeficiencies.