This spacious, state-of-the-art facility at the Johns Hopkins Bayview Campus, combines clinics and research laboratories in a single building occupying 130,000 square feet. The modern, well-equipped laboratories and out-patient clinics provide an excellent milieu for conducting clinical and basic research in human immunology.
The Division's of Allergy and Clinical Immunology and Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine are the main occupants. Other research and clinical groups located at the Asthma Center include faculty and staff of the Gerontology, Rheumatology and Cardiology Divisions. In-patient hospital services are provided in the nearby Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center, an integral part of the Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions, and located on the same campus. The Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Campus also houses the National Institutes of Health Institutes of Aging and of Drug Abuse, as well as the clinical and research groups located within the Medical Center.
The mission of the Division of Allergy and Clinical Immunology at Johns Hopkins is to promote the understanding and treatment of allergic and immunologic disorders including asthma in order to provide optimal patient health by
- Fostering basic, clinical and translational research.
- Training physicians and scientists for academic careers in allergy and immunology.
- Providing compassionate, state-of-the-art diagnostic and therapeutic care of adults with allergic and immunologic diseases.