Dr Josh Chatelier is a Clinical Immunologist and Allergist who also works at the Alfred Hospital and has a particular interest in primary immunodeficiency.
He is experienced in the management of immunodeficiency, hereditary angioedema, systemic mastocytosis, chronic spontaneous urticaria, and all aspects of allergic disease including severe asthma, allergic rhinitis, venom immunotherapy, food and drug allergy.
He sees adults and adolescents 16 years or older in this practice.
He undertook his specialist training in Clinical Immunology and Allergy at the Alfred Hospital and The Royal Melbourne Hospital. His passion for immunology began during his undergraduate years at Monash University (BScHons) majoring in immunology and completing his thesis in vaccine adjuvants. He subsequently undertook his post graduate medical qualification at Deakin University (MBBS) and initially trained at Eastern Health as a junior doctor. He continues research with the University of Melbourne in areas such as severe asthma, thunderstorm asthma, primary immunodeficiency and allergy. He also enjoys teaching medical students and junior doctors, and giving lectures at the University of Melbourne.
Dr Chatelier is a fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Physicians (FRACP), member of the Australasian Society of Clinical Immunology and Allergy (ASCIA), member of the Transplantation in Primary Immunodeficiency (TAPID) group, member of the European Society for Immunodeficiencies (ESID), and advanced training representative for the RACP Committee for Joint College Training (JCT) in Immunology and Allergy.