Michael Wein, MD.
Allergy, Asthma, Sinus, Allergic Skin
Pediatric & Adult
Johns Hopkins Allergist, Board-Certified
(772) 621-9992
Port St Lucie Allergist

What's the doctor doing?

Allergy, Asthma & Sinus - What is the doctor doing?

Currently we are enrolling patients in clinical trial sponsored by the Department of Health and Human Services, and the National Institute of Health (NIH). If you have had a sudden, severe, life-threatening allergic reaction then please call our office. You may have "idiopathic anaphylaxis" and may be eligible for an important clinical research study being conducted with the NIH in Bethesda Maryland. The study will explore possible causes of unexplained symptoms such as hives, flushing and shortness of breath, along with throat tightness. Age 16-70.

Other activities at our office include...

Served as faculty at the 2012 Annual Meeting of the American Academy of Allergy, Asthma, & Immunology

Presented findings from a research study on the use of epinephrine for severe allergic reactions

Moderated a discussion regarding allergy treatment with allergy specialists in Orlando, Florida

Participated as delegate at the annual FMA conference and educated other doctors about immune deficiency.

Published a letter to the editor about the need to screen babies for severe immune deficiency.

Taught medical students from Florida State University about food allergy.

Attended a conference on dermatology, including both common and rare causes of hives and rashes.

Met with the President-elect of the AMA and President of the FMA about our community's medical needs.

Gave a lecture to a group of local physicians about managing asthma.

Hosted a medical society meeting at Disney of Vero Beach.

Participated in a webinar about PrePen Penicillin skin testing for drug allergy, a new FDA approved indication.

Enrolled in a quality improvement module in conjunction with the American Board of Internal Medicine.

Authored a textbook chapter on allergy in Conn's Current Therapy, a well-known medical reference book.

Wrote a letter to the local newspaper about a recent death from allergy to insect venom.

Led a discussion among parents of children with food allergy and related dermatology problems.

Participated in a roundtable about ethics in medicine.

Earned a grant from the Immune Deficiency Foundation.

Coordinated a research project on anaphylaxis with Canadian researchers at University of Manitoba.

Successfully completed the re-certification examination in Internal Medicine.

Contributed to an discussion and analysis of new advances in allergy at a national conference in Washington.

Toured the United States Capitol, courtesy of Congressman Bill Posey. (Thank you!)

 

St Lucie West Office        Vero Beach Office        

      320 Bethany Dr         3375 20th Street      
Port Saint Lucie, FL 34986         Vero Beach Fl  32960                
(772) 621-9992        (772) 299-7299   

family-allergy.com       michaelwein.info

(Serving Port St Lucie and St Lucie West)                                                                  

New Patients Welcome - No Referral Needed

Allergy, ENT, Sinus, Dermatology

Please call for an appointment

Michael Wein, M.D.

Dr. Wein is a Fellow of the American Academy of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology.  For more information on AAAAI, and to find other members, visit www.aaaai.org. The site has excellent information on dermatology and ENT sinus problems too.


Please contact us for more information about Pre-Pen. PrePen is the major determinant of penicillin metabolism and used as a skin-testing reagent to detect antibodies in people with penicillin allergy. It was recently approved by the FDA through Allerquest and ALK Abello.

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