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How much training beyond medical school would I need to become an immunologist?


Kate:
After you’ve earned your medical degree you will need to complete a residency program Immunologists usually do a residency in internal medicine or pediatrics which requires 3 years of training. Afer your residency you will complete a fellowship. A fellowship in immunology generally lasts three years. Residents have a chance to see patients with immunological disorders and diseases under the supervision of a licensed physician. Once you’ve completed the fellowship..."

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