Brigham and Women's Hospital Severe Asthma Program
The Brigham and Women’s Hospital Severe Asthma Program, part of the Mass General Brigham Asthma Center, provides state-of-the-art diagnostic and therapeutic options to improve the respiratory health of patients with severe asthma. Our center has a multidisciplinary approach to the care of patients whose asthma has been difficult to manage with conventional therapies.
How We Can Help
Confirming the diagnosis of asthma
Identifying the type of asthma
Initiation of biologic treatments
Education on asthma triggers, inhaler use, and management plans
Assessment of asthma co-morbidities with referral services to pulmonary rehabilitation, gastroenterology, otolaryngology, and psychiatry
Participation in clinical trials and translational research
What Sets Us Apart
Our integrated network of care providers ensures comprehensive care
We have extensive experience with the management of severe asthma and extensive experience using biologic agents for asthma
We train asthma educators and run courses on poorly-controlled asthma
We perform research from the basic biology of lung cells to translational studies to clinical trials.