Patients come to the Mount Sinai Division of Clinical Immunology from throughout the New York metropolitan area, surrounding states, and from across the country for the diagnosis and treatment of medical conditions stemming from immune system dysfunction. They come here because of our storied history as pioneers and because our faculty are among the most respected clinicians and researchers in the field. Our division faculty are international leaders in the diagnosis and treatment of allergic and immune conditions, including pollen, drug, and food allergies, asthma, sinusitis, eosinophilic and mast cell diseases, and immunodeficiency diseases of children and adults.
The broad spectrum of research and clinical work in the division and strong collaborative relationships with faculty across the Icahn School of Medicine provide expansive opportunities for our trainees to explore their interests and grow in the career path of their choosing.
I invite you to review our site, as we are making advancements every day. As a current or prospective faculty member, trainee, supporter, or patient, you’ll discover the benefits of working with our faculty and the exceptional programs we can offer you.
Charlotte Cunningham-Rundles, MD, PhD
David S. Gottesman Professor of Immunology
Interim Chief, Division of Clinical Immunology