The Allergy and Clinical Immunology and Rheumatology division is dedicated to providing quality care for adults and a high level of investigative research for diverse immunological disorders, including common allergic diseases such as rhinitis and asthma, skin conditions such as urticaria and drug/food allergies. The divisional efforts encompass broad areas of Clinical Immunology as it relates to adult allergic, immunodeficient and autoimmune diseases of the skin, respiratory, vascular and musculoskeletal systems.
Our clinical partners at the University of Kansas Health System are able to offer up-to-date, evidence-based care to patients with complex medical issues. Current and prospective patients can learn more about opportunities to participate in clinical research or pharmaceutical trials on their website. Learn more about allergy and immunology treatment options.
The section is nationally recognized for excellence in the diagnosis and management of rheumatic and musculoskeletal diseases, basic and clinical research, and training of rheumatology clinicians and students. Disease areas of emphasis in the clinical research programs include systemic lupus, erythematosus (SLE), rheumatoid arthritis (RA), scleroderma and osteoarthritis.
Our faculty members are nationally recognized physicians and scientists. We are dedicated to improving the quality of patient care, identifying new mechanisms in the pathogenesis of diseases, supporting and initiating clinic trials for new drug development and the educating future physicians and scientists. The NIH, KUEA and Pharmaceutical grants support our research activities.
The rheumatologists The University of Kansas Health System are experts in autoimmune, inflammatory and noninflammatory adult rheumatologic disorders of the joints and muscles. Current and prospective patients should visit their website to learn more about management and treatment of common and complex rheumatological conditions.