For physicians who meet ABAI requirements or who have completed two years of training programs accredited by the Accreditation Council of Graduate Medical Education (ACGME).

Membership Benefits

  • Reduced fees for ACAAI’s Annual Scientific Meeting, featuring five days of high-quality plenary sessions, symposia, workshops and social events with experts in the field.
  • Discounts on the many continuing medical education credits ACAAI offers through its live courses, Web-based programs and scientific publications.
  • A subscription to the monthly scientific journal Annals of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology, as well as exclusive access to ACAAI’s quarterly printed newsletter (College Advantage) and weekly electronic newsletter (College Insider), which feature insider tips and breaking news in the specialty.
  • Year-round advocacy program with a national network of advocates, and frequent communication with federal and state agencies and payers to ensure fair payment for allergists and optimal care for patients.
  • Free access to a robust practice management program, including clinical practice assistance, toolkits, and ACAAI’s library of downloadable guides on practice parameters and disease management protocols.
  • The exclusive DocMatter community, where practitioners can share clinical questions and answers in an HIPAA-compliant format.

See Membership Benefits.

Application Requirements

  • Applicants must have graduated from an LCME- or COCA-accredited medical school or from an equivalent foreign institution.
  • Applicants must be fully licensed to practice medicine and satisfy the ABAI eligibility requirements.
  • Applicants must either be fully licensed or be physicians who have completed at least two years in an ACGME-accredited U.S. allergy/immunology training program and have a certificate of completion in allergy/immunology, but not be eligible to take the boards in allergy/immunology because they lack board certification in either pediatrics or internal medicine.
  • Applicants trained and living in a foreign country will not need to satisfy the ABAI eligibility requirements. Foreign applicants will be considered on an individual basis. They must (a) have equivalent training in allergy and/or immunology and (b) contribute to the advancement of allergy and/or immunology.

Fees & Dues

  • Application fee: $25.
  • Annual dues: $425 (outside North America $275).

By joining the College, you agree to receive communication via mail and email about the following: Annual Meetings; Annals; AllergyWatch; College Insider; College Advantage; member website features, such as new toolkits; CME, board review, and other educational opportunities; upcoming webinars; awards and grants; advocacy; the Foundation of the ACAAI; and general correspondence and specific emails on matters of importance to the allergy/immunology community.