AllergyTalk features conversations about the latest research and hot topics in the field of allergy and immunology by the American College of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology. Hosted by Stanley Fineman, MD, MBA; Merin Kuruvilla, MD; and Gerald Lee, MD, episodes discuss key articles reviewed in the current issue of AllergyWatch and other subjects of interest for the practicing allergist/immunologist.

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Episode 13 – Part 2: Delayed Drug Hypersensitivity with Dr. David Khan, MD

By listener request! In this episode, we discuss the approach to delayed reactions to medications. View the show notes.

Episode 13 – Part 1: Delayed Drug Hypersensitivity with Dr. David Khan, MD

By listener request! In this episode, we discuss the approach to delayed reactions to medications. View the show notes.

Episode 12: Changing Biologics, Mucus Viscosity, Pemphigus and Food Allergy

In this episode, we review three more articles from the Jan-Feb 2020 issue of AllergyWatch. View the show notes. Get CME credit for this episode!

Episode 11: Step Up Therapy In Asthma, A Therapy For Habit Cough

In this episode, we review three articles from the Jan-Feb 2020 issue of AllergyWatch. View the show notes. Get CME credit for this episode!

Cough Miniseries – Episode 1: Understanding the Cough Reflex

In this, the first of three podcasts focusing on cough, miniseries host Dr. Purvi Parikh speaks with Dr. Mandel Sher and Dr. Kevin Murphy about the “true” cough reflex, the cough response, and cough hypersensitivity. View the show notes. Get CME credit for this episode!

Cough Miniseries – Episode 2: Diagnosing the Patient’s Cough

In this, the second of three podcasts focusing on cough, miniseries host Dr. Purvi Parikh discusses diagnosing cough with Dr. Mandel Sher and Dr. Kevin Murphy. They address diagnosing chronic cough in children and adults. Protracted bacterial bronchitis, the role of GERD in cough, and habit cough are also discussed. View the show notes. Get CME credit for this episode!

Cough Miniseries – Episode 3: Treatment Options Cough

In the third of three podcasts focusing on cough, miniseries host Dr. Purvi Parikh joins with Dr. Kevin Murphy and Dr. Mandel Sher to look at what does and doesn’t work in treating cough. They review the current therapies and what new therapies options are coming in the future. View the show notes. Get CME credit for this episode!

This podcast miniseries is supported by an educational grant from Merck & Co., Inc.

Episode 10: OIT Safety, OR Anaphylaxis, and IT for Cats

In this episode, we review three articles from the Nov-Dec 2019 issue of AllergyWatch. View the show notes. Get CME credit for this episode!

Episode 9: Asthma Epidemiology, Diet, and More on MART Therapy

In this episode, we review three articles about asthma from the Nov-Dec 2019 issue of AllergyWatch. View the show notes. Get CME credit for this episode!

Episode 8 – Part 2: How the College Supports Allergists – Practice Management

In this episode, we review the practice management resources available from ACAAI. View the show notes.

Episode 8 – Part I: How the College Supports Allergists – Education and Advocacy

At the 2019 ACAAI Annual Meeting in Houston, Texas we interviewed the leaders of the College on how the ACAAI helps its members and what to expect for 2020! View the show notes.

Episode 7 – Part II: An Interview with Dr. Brian Vickery

Brian Vickery, MD, joins us for a special two-part episode about food immunotherapy. View the show notes.

Episode 7 – Part I: An Interview with Dr. Brian Vickery

Brian Vickery, MD, joins us for a special two-part episode about food immunotherapy. View the show notes.

Episode 6: Telemedicine in allergy/immunology

In this special episode, Jennifer Shih, MD, joins the podcast to discuss the use of telemedicine in allergy/immunology! View the show notes.

Episode 5: Risk Factors for Venom Allergy and More

Drs. Lee, Kuruvilla and Fineman review three articles from the July-August 2019 issue of AllergyWatch about risk factors for venom allergy, triggers for adult-onset asthma and associations between pollution and ED visits. View the show notes for article links.

Episode 4: Dupilumab for Nasal Polyps and More

Drs. Lee, Kuruvilla and Fineman review three articles from the July-August 2019 issue of AllergyWatch about treating nasal polyps with dupilumab, cockroach immunotherapy and immediate food allergy in EoE. View the show notes for article links.

Episode 3: Food Allergy & Eczema

Drs. Lee, Kuruvilla and Fineman review three articles about food allergy and eczema from the May-June 2019 issue of AllergyWatch. View the show notes for article links.

Episode 2: Asthma

Drs. Lee, Kuruvilla and Fineman review three articles about asthma from the May-June 2019 issue of AllergyWatch. View the show notes for article links.

Episode 1: Pilot

In this pilot episode, Drs. Lee, Kuruvilla and Fineman discuss the origins of AllergyWatch and review articles from the March/April issue. View the show notes for article links.

About the hosts

Stanley Fineman, MD, MBA, FACAAI, is in private practice at Atlanta Allergy & Asthma as well as being an adjunct associate professor of pediatrics in the allergy section at Emory University School of Medicine. He is editor-in-chief of AllergyWatch and current chair of the College’s Practice Management Committee as well as a past president of the College, and he has received the Distinguished Fellow award.
Merin Kuruvilla, MD, is an assistant professor at Emory University School of Medicine. She is board certified in allergy/immunology and completed a fellowship at UT Southwestern in Dallas, TX.
Gerald Lee, MD, is an assistant professor of pediatrics and internal medicine in the allergy and immunology section at Emory University School of Medicine. He is the chair of the College's Accreditation and Certification Committee and an assistant editor for AllergyWatch.

ACAAI presents this podcast for educational purposes only. It is not medical advice or intended to replace the judgment of a licensed physician. The College is not responsible for any claims related to the procedures, professionals, products or methods discussed in the podcast, and it does not approve or endorse any products, professionals, services or methods that may be referenced.