Introducing a new addition to our practice: now with later hours and Saturday hours by appointment.
Dr. Devi Jhaveri, D.O.
Dr. Jhaveri, often referred to as Dr. Devi by her patients, is a Pediatric and Adult Allergy Immunology physician who completed her fellowship training at University Hospitals Richmond Medical Center. She also completed her Pediatric training at Rainbow Babies Children’s Hospital in Cleveland and University Hospitals Richmond Medical Center. She is board certified in Pediatrics as well as Allergy and Immunology. Her Medical training was completed at Ohio University in Athens, Ohio.
Dr. Jhaveri is currently a Clinical Instructor at Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine. She actively participates in the training of medical students, residents and fellows at Ohio University, Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine, South Pointe Hospital, University Hospitals Case Medical Center and University Hospitals Richmond Medical Center.
Dr. Jhaveri has worked with Case Western Reserve University to develop her peanut allergy mouse model to explore her special interest in food allergy. She has several special interests including eczema, contact dermatitis, immune deficiency or frequent infections, rhinitis (hay fever, runny nose) , conjunctivitis, asthma, urticaria (hives and/or itching), angioedema (swelling), anaphylaxis, and food as well as drug and venom allergy. Her areas of expertise include rhinoscopy, patch testing for contact allergy, intradermal testing, skin prick testing, IVIG and SubQ IgG, food challenges, drug challenges, drug desensitization, Xolair injections, and allergy immunotherapy.
Her interest in research has resulted in several published papers, abstracts and posters. She enjoys the process of “teaching forward” future allergy immunology physicians as well as her other residents eager to learn the specialty. She has given presentations in peanut allergy as well as case reports in the field of immunology. Please see a list of her publications here.