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Programs and research
Improving care through research
Through research, we look for better ways to diagnose and treat health issues. The University of Wisconsin’s Asthma, Allergy and Pulmonary Research team is nationally known. It’s done more than 400 studies on asthma alone.
Our research efforts are ongoing. Children who participate may gain access to new medications. At the same time, they help us learn more about the best ways to help others.
Conditions and treatments
Keeping kids safe and breathing easier
Allergies, asthma and immune diseases can be a significant threat to children’s health. They’re also a constant source of concern for parents.
Our providers specialize in asthma, immune system disorders and all types of allergies, from minor seasonal allergies to life-threatening allergies to foods, insects or drugs.
Providing the care you need
We provide treatments and services to children with known or suspected allergies, asthma or immune system conditions.
Assessment and treatment of virus and allergen-induced airway diseases
Blood tests and X-rays
Complete medical histories and disease-specific physical examinations
Coordination of care with primary care physicians
Evaluation of immunodeficiencies, allergic reactions and immune system constitution
Immunotherapy desensitization for inhalant allergies and stinging insects
Methacholine bronchial provocation testing for asthma
Pulmonary function tests (spirometry)
Special services for patients with severe and corticosteroid-dependent asthma
Treatment plans and education about avoidance of allergy triggers, proper use of medication and emergency action plans
Nearby when you need us
We have clinics throughout Madison and the surrounding area. When you need help, we’re nearby.
Meet our team
Partnering with you to care for your child
Our providers specialize in working with kids. Their experience and concern for children help them provide the best possible care.
Patient support and resources
Information to help you learn more
These resources, from our Health Facts for You library, may help you learn more about your child’s condition and how to manage it:
Additional services related to pediatric allergy, asthma and immunology: