Clinical Immunology

The Division of Clinical Immunology at Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai provides cutting-edge patient care, research, and education in the fields of Allergy and Immunology.  The Division leads the nation in the research of immune deficiency diseases and translating these findings to the design of pioneering treatments. Patients come to Mount Sinai’s Division of Clinical Immunology from across the country for the diagnosis and treatment of these immune disorders. The expert physicians in our division provide comprehensive outpatient and inpatient consultations, and offer the latest advances in diagnostic procedures that may include examination of antibodies and cell functions and genetic analysis.  We collaborate with and help oversee the Therapeutic Infusion Center (https://www.mountsinai.org/locations/mount-sinai/care/infusion-center) to ensure seamless treatments with replacement immunoglobulins and other immune therapies as prescribed by your physician.

The Division of Clinical Immunology is the largest provider of allergy care in New York City.  In addition to providing comprehensive evaluations for allergic disorders, our providers are recognized nationally for their expertise in the evaluation and treatment of asthma, atopic dermatitis, hereditary angioedema (HAE), and urticaria (hives).  Full testing is available, and may include allergy skin tests, pulmonary function tests, diagnostic food and drug challenges, and patch tests.  Therapies include allergy immunotherapy and rush immunotherapy.  This devotion to best clinical practices complements our innovative allergy research programs. Our approach to all patients is multi-disciplinary, compassionate care and the practice of personalized state-of-the-art medicine.  

Finally, this Division remains devoted to the training of the next generation of leaders in Allergy and Immunology including physicians and scientists through our fellowship and mentoring programs.  The Division continues to engage in Quality Improvement programs.

 

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The Division of Clinical Immunology conducts basic, translational and clinical research aimed at understanding the complex interplay of molecules, cells, tissues, and organs that mobilize to overcome invaders.

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