Asriani M Chiu, MD

Allergy Immunology
Children’s Wisconsin since 1997
  • Interim chief, section of allergy and clinical immunology, Children's Wisconsin
  • Director, asthma and allergy clinic, Children's Wisconsin
  • Professor of pediatrics, allergy/immunology, Medical College of Wisconsin




I am a Professor of Allergy and Immunology at the Medical College of Wisconsin, and the Medical Director of the CW Asthma, Allergy and Immunology Clinic. My areas of interest include asthma, allergic diseases, and immunodeficiencies. I am active in the Allergy and Immunology organizations (regionally and nationally), and I also volunteer with a central city primary care clinic as an asthma specialist.
I am committed to providing excellent and compassionate patient care in the field of allergy and clinical immunology. Because asthma and allergic diseases greatly affect patients’ and their family’s quality of life, I believe that the best way to take care of patients is through knowledge of the most up-to-date diagnostic tools and treatment, and partnering together with them to help identify, treat, and ultimately control their allergic conditions.


  • Allergy Immunology

Areas of Interest

  • Pediatrics
  • Allergy immunology
  • Allergic rhinitis
  • Asthma
  • Drug allergy
  • Food allergy
  • Sinusitis
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Education and Awards


  • 1992, Medical College of Wisconsin, MD


  • 1995, Medical College of Wisconsin - Internal Medicine


  • 1997, Medical College of Wisconsin - ALLERGY AND IMMUNOLOGY


  • Best Docs, Top Docs, Milwaukee and M magazines “Best Allergists”
  • Best Doctors in America
  • Milwaukee Magazine Top Doctors

Research and publications


  • The changing face of allergy/immunology fellowship programs.
  • Nasal airway obstruction: allergy and otolaryngology perspectives.
  • The value of an allergy and clinical immunology rotation at an academic tertiary medical center for medical students and residents.
  • Latex hypersensitivity in Department of Veterans Affairs health care workers: glove use, symptoms, and sensitization.
  • Rib pain in a 23 year-old woman with severe asthma.


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