Department of Pediatrics

Program Overview

The Emory University Allergy/Immunology Fellowship Program is an ACGME accredited two-year fellowship offered in collaboration with Emory University School of Medicine and Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta. The mission of the fellowship is to develop physicians that are clinically competent in the diagnosis and management of children and adults with allergic and immunologic diseases and related conditions. Our goal is for our trainees to have acquired the knowledge and skills to prepare them for excellence in any future academic or community practice setting and possess habits of life-long learning to build upon their knowledge, skills, and professionalism.


Gerald Lee, MD – Program Director

Dr. Gerald Lee, MD is an associate professor of Pediatrics and Medicine and the program director of the allergy/immunology fellowship at Emory University School of Medicine. He completed an Internal Medicine/Pediatrics residency from Saint Vincent’s Hospital in New York, NY and completed an Allergy/Immunology fellowship at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center. His primary interest is medical education where he has multiple roles, including the immunology thread director for the Emory School of Medicine, the vice-chair of the AAAAI Office of Medical Education, and the editor-in-chief for the ACAAI Review for the Allergy & Immunology Boards and the ACAAI Allergy & Immunology Self-Assessment Module question bank. His hobbies include gadgets, technology, and running with his 6-year-old son.