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Discussion in 'Other Subspecialties' started by bobby_chamo, Apr 23, 2004.
Is immunology a speciality of IM? I didn't see it in the faq!
It's Allergy and Immunology.
Yup. There are few programs that offer an immunology fellowship that is separate then the allergy portion (NIH is the only program that I know of, but I'm certain that there are others out there). Immunology alone is usually only done by those who interested in immunologic research. Anyways, the AAAAI has a pretty informative website with a listing of every allergy and immunology fellowship program.
The other thing to realize is that immunology research and immunologic pathophysiology is important in a number of areas of medicine including pulmonary, rheum, heme/onc, renal,GI, and ID(The more I think about it the longer the list gets). I have friends in each of those areas who spend a great deal of time studying the immune system.
So.. You can do immunological research, as a M.D.? Where would you work? Salary?
The Chairman has built a spider web that links leading Universities and Companies together with INVESTORS. We recently got the IFC a division of the World Bank interested in our project. Take a look at the video on "The Chairman's Spider Web" : http://khalidnatto.tripod.com/proposal.html
The educational curricullums that we are promoting come in two parts:
1) The KIN Intravenous Solution (Glucose & Cloned lymphocytes).
2) The ISCE (International Stem Cell Exchange) A market for trading
individual stems of the DNA Chromosome & NEW Antibodies from
all around the World.
The combination of the first two aforementioned ideas should ramp up the growth rate of new Antibiotics coming to market. Especially since the ISCE focuses on Monoclonal Antibodies (testing individual stems against the new antibodies) for refining medicine.
The simple truth of the matter is that the Pharmaceutical Industry is going to have a rather drastic slide. The fact is that there is a disease that is killing white blood cells. Therefore the source for new antibodies declines while the disease grows (Inversly Correllated). As a result there will be a drop in earnings forecasts, which will make it harder to raise money for the pharmaceutical companies.
By definition the solution is The KIN Intravenous Solution (Glucose + Cloned White Blood Cells). If you need more information on the protocols for ex vivo production of white blood cells, then please contact the Chairman at [email protected].
For more information please watch our videos at http://khalidnatto.tripod.com/id22.html "The Natto Perspective". Furthermore, if you need the textbook on the protocols for cloning white blood cells, then contact me at my personal email account [email protected] . If you want to see what Senator Gordon Smith of Oregon & Senator Sam Brownback of Kansas have to say on this project click on the following url:
1. Senator Gordon Smith
2. Senator Sam Brownback
Khalid "Kal" I. Natto
The Chairman of the BoardThe KIN Consortium
Email: [email protected]
Discussion Boards: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/KINPromotions/
Take a look at this upated list....Immunology is getting HOT! Salaries an bonuses!