The Division of Allergy, Immunology and Infectious Diseases provides ambulatory, in-patient and laboratory services to diagnose and treat acute and chronic infectious diseases, and allergies. The division has particular expertise in the management of children with Autism, immune deficiencies, HIV/AIDS as well as chronic infectious diseases such as tuberculosis. Complete laboratory support is available for diagnostic skin testing, nasal cytology, spirometry, in-vitro tests for allergic and immunologic disease and HIV.
The division's active research program studying the transmission of HIV is well recognized throughout the world. The Francis Xavier Bougnoud Center (FXB) is also a program of the division that is devoted to Pediatric HIV patients and their families. The FXB Center also provides instruction throughout the world to caregivers of HIV infected children and the International HIV Resource Center provides educational programs, resources and instructional materials to health care professionals caring for HIV infected children.
For consultation and referrals: 973-972-5066
Division of Allergy, Immunology and Infectious Diseases
185 South Orange Avenue, Rm. F570-A
Newark, NJ 07103
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185 South Orange Avenue, Newark, New Jersey 07103