Shaila U. Gogate, MD

Shaila Gogate, MD

Dr. Shaila Gogate joined Colorado Allergy & Asthma Centers in 2014. She is board certified by the American board of Allergy & Immunology.

Dr. Gogate received her bachelor’s degree in chemistry from Colgate University in Hamilton, NY. She finished her medical school education at Chicago Medical School and her internal medicine residency at Washington University, Barnes-Jewish Hospital in St. Louis, MO. She completed her allergy and immunology fellowship at National Jewish Health in Denver and remained on faculty after fellowship.

Dr. Gogate served as Assistant Professor of Clinical Medicine at the University of Colorado where she taught concepts in the field of Allergy and Immunology to doctors in training at the medical school. She also has extensive clinical research experience and has published numerous scientific papers and given presentations at national meetings.

Dr. Gogate believes that communication between providers and patients is essential to develop the best possible treatment plan. She feels it is important to incorporate current scientific evidence with a patient’s preferences.

Dr. Gogate lives in Central Park with her husband and two children and enjoys running, hiking, and traveling.

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IMPORTANT PLEASE READ: If you are a new patient or require testing, please stay off antihistamines for 7 days prior to your appointment. Also, if you are an established patient but have not been seen for over 3 years, you will need to schedule a New Patient Appointment.


Wisdom From Shaila U. Gogate, MD

Removing Indoor Allergens Reduces Asthma Symptoms

09.24.2014 | Shaila Gogate, MD

Recently, the American Academy for Pediatrics released a recommendation around childhood asthma. The recommendation is two-fold. It states that in order to reduce asthma symptoms, physicians should test for indoor environmental allergies and to give incite on modifications of the home. Studies indicate this drastically reduces childhood asthma symptoms. You can find the full AAP... Read more »

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Pet Allergies 101

09.24.2014 | Shaila U. Gogate, MD

As a reminder, allergies come in many forms. The most common allergens are pollen, dust mites, mold, animal dander, insect stings, latex, and certain food and medications. For this post we are going to focus on animal dander otherwise known as pet allergies. Fido is causing your allergy symptoms The most common way patients find out about this... Read more »

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