Manjul Dixit, MD Manjul Dixit, MD, QME
Specializing in Allergy and Asthma Disorders

Dr. Manjul Dixit is a clinician specializing in allergy, asthma and clinical immunology.

She obtained her undergraduate degree at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Following completion of a medical degree at East Carolina University School of Medicine, Dr. Dixit completed pediatric residencies at Georgetown University Hospital in Washington, D.C. and Washington University Children's Hospital in St. Louis, Missouri. She was a Clinical Instructor and Clinical Assistant Professor in the Emergency Room for two years at Children's Hospital prior to moving to Ann Arbor, Michigan to complete an allergy fellowship at the University of Michigan. Following fellowship training and board certification in both Allergy and Immunology, she was appointed a fellow of the American Board of Asthma, Allergy and Clinical Immunology.

Dr. Dixit managed one of the largest allergy practices in the western Detroit area. Additionally, she was a Clinical Instructor in the Department of Medicine in both Providence and Beaumont hospitals in Detroit.

Dr. Dixit is empathetic to the needs of her patients as she is an asthma sufferer herself and tries to tailor treatment options to fit the patient's medical, social and emotional conditions.

In addition to her regular patients, she treats a number of athletes with asthma who compete at the high school, collegiate and Olympic levels and has expanded her interests to include treatment of allergy in pregnant women. Her research interests include the use of newer therapeutic regimens to treat patients suffering from recalcitrant and severe asthma.


1981 - East Carolina University School of Medicine at Greenville, North Carolina
1977 - University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill - BS Degree

Travel Grant Recipient ACAAAI 1987
Dean's List (University of N Carolina) 1973-1977
German National Honor Society 1973-1975
National Honor Society 1970-1973


1986-1988 - University of Michigan Medical Center Ann Arbor, Michigan
Allergy and Immunology Fellowship

1983-1984 - Children's Hospital at Washington University Medical Center
St. Louis, Missouri
Pediatric Resident

1981-1983 - Georgetown University Hospital
Washington, D.C. Pediatric Resident


Diplomat, National Board of Medical Examiners
Diplomat, American Board of Pediatrics
Diplomat, American Board of Allergy/Immunology


Board of Directors of the San Mateo County Medical Association
American Academy of Allergy and Immunology
American College of Allergy and Immunology
California Medical Association
American Association of Certified Allergists
Allergy Association of Northern California


1998-2010 -
Menlo Medical Clinic
1300 Crane Street
Menlo Park, CA 94025
(650) 498-6500

1992-1997 -
Associates in Allergy
23800 Orchard Road, Suite 201
Farmington Hills, MI 48336
(810) 478-6300
(810) 559-8860 Southfield Office
(810) 684-2622 Milford Office
(810) 380-9630 Novi Office

1988-1992 -
Metro Medical Group - Livonia Livonia, MI

1984-1986 -
Staff Pediatrician
Emergency Room
Children's Hospital at Washington University Medical Center
St. Louis, MO


1998-2010- Taught residents at Stanford University Hospital and Clinics

1992-1997 -
Providence Hospital
Southfield, MI
Responsible for instruction of Internal Medicine and Family Practice residents, both in my office and Seminars on Asthma, Allergy, and Immunology


Not Published:
Effects of Famatidine on Immunoglobulin Production:
Conducted under Dr. Stanley Schwartz, University of Michigan

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