The Brigham and Women’s Hospital (BWH) Immunology and Allergy team provides expert diagnosis, evaluation and treatment for adult, adolescent and pediatric patients with immune and allergy diseases. All of our specialists are certified by the American Board of Allergy and Immunology, and many are sub-specialists in internal medicine, pediatrics, pulmonary diseases and dermatology. Understanding that allergies and immune disorders can affect many systems in the body, our clinicians also partner with specialists throughout BWH to provide each patient with appropriate, comprehensive care.
Our clinicians provided specialized treatment and services for diseases and conditions including:
Our Team-based Care Clinics
In our team-based care clinics, our clinicians work collaboratively with specialists throughout Brigham and Women’s Hospital to provide each patient with multidisciplinary care for complex diseases.
- Adverse Drug Reaction and Desensitization Program
- Aspirin Exacerbated Respiratory Disease (AERD) Clinic
- Asthma Center
- Severe Asthma Clinic
- Mastocytosis Clinic
Clinical Trial Information
A clinical trial is a carefully controlled study of the safety and effectiveness of a medical treatment, strategy, device or other intervention for humans. By participating in a clinical trial, which is strictly voluntary, a patient may help researchers discover a new life-saving medication or surgical procedure.
Below is a listing of open research trials in immunology and allergy at Brigham and Women’s Hospital. Click on a disease or condition to be directed to study details and enrollment information.
This page was last modified on 10/11/2016