Selina A. Gierer, DO
University of Kansas Medical Center- Allergy & Immunology
After completing my medical education at the University of Medicine and Biosciences College of Osteopathic Medicine, I joined the University of Kansas Medical Center for a residency in Internal Medicine. I then went on to do a Chief Resident year followed by a fellowship in Allergy and Clinical Immunology. I currently practice at the University of Kansas Medical Center, serving the hospital and clinic for both adult and pediatric patients. Our practice provides care to the Kansas City metro area treating allergies of all types.
My research interests include medication adherence and improved outcomes along with long-term management of allergies and immune deficiencies. I also serve as the Program Director for the Allergy and Clinical Immunology fellowship, the Clinical Co-Director for the Inflammation and Immunity Module for the University of Kansas School of Medicine, and I am a Fellow of the American College of Allergy, Asthma, and Immunology. I am currently the president of the Greater Kansas City Allergy Society and am delighted to be a part of the Food Equality Initiative board, a wonderful organization that helps our patients in many ways. I am committed to improving the health of my patients and serving my local area and beyond.