Dr. Andrew J Macginnitie MD, PH.D.
Allergist and Immunologist (Pediatric) | Pediatric Allergy/Immunology3705 5th Ave Pittsburgh PA, 15213
Dr. Andrew Macginnitie practices Pediatric Allergy Medicine in Boston, MA. A pediatric allergist/immunologist finds and treats allergies and immune system problems that child patients suffer from. Dr. Macginnitie treats the reactions caused by pet dander, pollen, dust, mold spores, insect stings, food, and medications; those reactions include asthma, hay fever, hives, eczema, or a very severe and unusual reaction called anaphylaxis.
Education and Training
University of Chicago Division of the Biological Sciences The Pritzker School of Medicine 1998
Yale School of Medicine
Allergy and ImmunologyAmerican Board of Allergy and ImmunologyABAI
PediatricsAmerican Board of PediatricsABP
DermatologyAmerican Board of DermatologyABD
- X-linked lymphoproliferative disease: genetic lesions and clinical consequences.
- Infant with unusual food reactions.
- Indoor allergen sensitization and the risk of asthma and eczema in children in Pittsburgh.
- Ecallantide for treatment of acute hereditary angioedema attacks: analysis of efficacy by patient characteristics.
- Long-acting beta-agonists and the risk of intensive care unit admission in children.
- Analysis of hereditary angioedema attacks requiring a second dose of ecallantide.
- Outcomes after ecallantide treatment of laryngeal hereditary angioedema attacks.
- Use of ecallantide in pediatric hereditary angioedema.
- Pediatric hereditary angioedema.
- Characterization of anaphylaxis after ecallantide treatment of hereditary angioedema attacks.
- Plasma-derived C1-INH for managing hereditary angioedema in pediatric patients: A
- Implementation of a Standardized Clinical Assessment and Management Plan (SCAMP) for Food Challenges.
- Multicenter prevalence of anaphylaxis in clinic-based oral food challenges.
- Apolipoprotein B messenger RNA editing: insights into the molecular regulation of post-transcriptional cytidine deamination.
- 2003 Glaxo Smith Kline Allergy Fellowship
- 1998 Research And Clinical Medicine
- 1997 Alpha Omega Alpha Elected
- 1987 B.A., CUM LAUDE.
- Hay Fever (allergic Rhinitis)
- Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (copd)
- Allergic Reaction
- Food Allergies
- Children?s Hospital Boston
- Boston Combined Residency Prgm 1998
- Boston Combined Residency Program in Pediatrics 1998
- Boston Combined Residency Program in Pediatrics 1999
- The Children's Hosp, :Allergy & Immun 2001
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