Dr. Harpinder Kalra is an allergy specialist at Dayton Children's Hospital. She has a special passion for environmental allergies and has presented on and published multiple articles on the topic. She is a member of the American College of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology as well as the American Academy of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology. Dr. Kalra is also a recipient of the University of Cincinnati, Department of Internal Medicine, 2005 Trainees' Research Award.
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education and training
Medical School: Medical and surgical degree - Punjabi University, India
Residency: Internal medicine - State University of New York, Lutheran Medical Center, Brooklyn, New York
Fellowship: Allergy and immunology, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, Ohio
Board Certification: Allergy and immunology, internal medicine
awards, honors or organizations
American College of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology
American Academy of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology
University of Cincinnati, Department of Internal Medicine, 2005 Trainees' Research Award
publications and presentations
Kalra H, P Campo, DI Bernstein, L Levin, R Olds, T Reponen, ZL Lummus, SH Cho, M Willareal, GM LeMasters, Effect of Dog Exposure on wheezing at Age One Year. (2006) Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology Volume 118, Issue 6, Pages 1271-1278
Y.Y. Iossifovd, T.Reponen, D.I.Bernsteifl, L. Levin, H. Kalra & P Campo, M. Villareal, J. Lockey, G.K.K. Hershey, G. LeMasters, (2007) House dust (I-3)-Pd-glucan and wheezing in infants. Allergy 62:5,504-513.
Kalra H, P Campo, DI Bernstein, L Levin, R Olds, T Reponen, ZL Lummus, SH Cho, M Villareal, GM LeMasters, Dog Ownership is Associated with Less Wheezing Among High-Risk Infants During the First Year of Life. Abstracts of the American Academy of Allergy Asthma and Immunology (AAAAI) 2005 Annual Conference, San Antonio, Texas.
Iossifova Y, Masion A., Kalra H., Bernsteifl D., Khurana Hershey G.K., Reponen T. Comparison of Two (I+3)-B-D-Glucan Methods as a Measure of Mold. Abstracts of IUMS 2005.
Reponen T, Cho,S.-H.,L iu, X., Bernstein D, Wilson K, Iossifovz, y., Kalra, H.K., Campo, P., olds, R, Levin, L., and LeMasters G, M. The effect of Home Characteristics on the Biocontaminany Concentration and Loading. American Thoracic Society 2005.
H. Amin, H. Kalra, R. Biagini, R. Hamilton, H. Yeang, S. Arif, D. Bernstein Strict Avoidance of Exposure to Natural Rubber Latex (NRL) Glove Products is Associated with Longitudinal Reduction in Percutaneous Reactivity to NAL and Hev B Proteins. Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology.
get to know me
I chose my specialty because...
I like to treat patients who have allergies and I can help cure environmental allergies, eczema and food allergies for many of my patients.
I chose to work at Dayton Children's because...
clinical faculty is appreciated by the administration.
Dayton Children's is special because....
they are expanding in their specialty care and they are physician friendly.
I like working with kids because...
they are fun to be with and are pure souls.
ratings and reviews
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My Grandson gave the DR a big hug.
I loved the way my son was treated. The doctor is been treating him for a couple of years now and she is awesome. I can't say anything bad about any of the staff members, they were all super nice and friendly.
Absolutely great provider. She was very knowledgeable, very professional, very informative. Patient. And she listened, she has a great bed side manner.
Good experience overall but the nurse literally apologized to the doctor right in front of me when I apparently asked a question that should have been asked /discussed later with the nurse once the doctor leaves. Made it feel like my questions were an inconvenience and that the doctors time was too valuable to answer my questions.