- Atopic Dermatitis (Eczema)
- Chronic Cough
- Food Allergies
- Vocal Cord Dysfunction
Programs & Services
- Allergy Treatment Programs
- Division of Allergy and Clinical Immunology (Adult)
Education & Training
- Princeton University, BA
- New York University School of Medicine, MD
- The University of Chicago Hospitals, Internal Medicine and Pediatrics
- National Jewish Health and University of Colorado Denver, Allergy and Immunology
My research interests include asthma, allergic rhinitis, and immunology with several projects that relate to questions raised by my clinical practice.
2009: American Board of Internal Medicine
2009: American Board of Pediatrics
Teaching or Professional Positions
No current positions.
Industry Relationships & Collaborations
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2009-present: American Academy of Allergy Asthma and Immunology
2009-present: American College of Allergy Asthma and Immunology
Awards & Recognition
F1000 Associate Member
Hoyte FC and Katial RK. Antihistamine therapy in allergic rhinitis. Immunology and Allergy Clinics of North America 2011; 31(3):509-43.
Press VG, Pincavage A, Pappalardo A, Baker D, Conwell W, Kleczek J, Hoyte FL, Johnson M, Vela M, Arora V. The Chicago Breathe Project: a regional approach to improving education on asthma inhalers for resident physicians and minority patients. Journal of the National Medical Association 2010; 102(7):548-55.
Lakser OJ, Dowell ML, Hoyte FL, Chen B, Lavoie TL, Ferreira C, Pinto LH, Dulin NO, Kogut P, Churchill J, Mitchell RW, and Solway J. Steroids augment relengthening of contracted airway smooth muscle: potential additional mechanism of benefit in asthma. European Respiratory Journal 2008; 32:1224- 1230.
Ocaña-Morgner C, Wong KA, Lega F, Dotor J, Borras-Cuesta F, and Rodriguez A. Role of TGF-β and PGE2 in T-cell response during Plasmodium Yoelii infection,” European Journal of Immunology 2007;37(6):1562-74.