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New Federal Training Grant to Teach Doctors/Scientists Immunology
Date:8/20/2009

ew program will be able to spend time in any of the Feinstein Institute's various immunology labs. "They will have access to pediatric and adult patients who receive care for immunology-related diseases at Schneider Children's Hospital, North Shore University Hospital and LIJ Medical Center, along with patients cared for in other subspecialties that are related by the common language of immunology," said Dr. Bonagura. He added that there are an increasing number of immune-related disciplines -- including allergy, rheumatology, infectious diseases, cancers and autoimmune diseases -- that are in need of physicians and scientists trained in basic-science immunology who can expand our knowledge of the immune pathogenesis of these diseases, and provide novel and more effective therapies to treat patients.
   
"We need to train true academic doctors who will be able to advance the field," said Dr. Bonagura. The physician/scientist can also extend their training by applying for a fourth year within the Elmezzi Graduate School of Molecular Medicine (www.elmezzigraduateschool.org). The graduate school, part of the Feinstein Institute and the North Shore-LIJ Health System, trains physicians interested in becoming scientists as well. At the end of three years of training in the immunology physician/scientist program, students can earn a PhD degree in molecular medicine by completing a fourth year in the program.

Candidates for the immunology physician scientist training program will be drawn from a yearly complement of more than 110 pediatricians and internists applying for fellowship training in Allergy and Immunology Residency Training Program at Schneider Children's Hospital a
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