Children's Hospital Colorado
Dr. Cullen Dutmer at Children's Hospital Colorado
Allergy and Immunology

Cullen Dutmer, MD

Assistant Professor

Specialties:
Allergy & Immunology, Pediatrics
Conditions:
Immunodeficiency, Asthma
specialties:

Allergy & Immunology, Pediatrics

conditions:

Immunodeficiency, Asthma

Meet Cullen Dutmer, MD

I have dedicated my career to providing optimal clinical care to patients and families struggling with complex health issues. I believe in a care model in which I actively and thoughtfully collaborate with families and their care teams to provide patient-tailored treatment regimens.

Get to know his background

I am a board certified allergist, immunologist, and pediatrician specializing in primary immunodeficiency diseases and asthma. In addition, I diagnose and treat common allergic disorders such as food allergies, environmental allergies, drug allergies, and eczema.

Undergraduate 2005

University of Missouri (MO)

Medical School 2010

Rush Medical College of Rush University Medical Center

Internship 2011

Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine Program

Residency 2013

Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine Program, Pediatrics

Fellowship 2015

National Jewish Medical and Research Center, Allergy and Immunology

North Campus, Broomfield

469 West State Highway 7
Broomfield, CO 80023

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Anschutz Medical Campus, Aurora

13123 East 16th Avenue
Aurora, CO 80045

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For Patients:
The primary focus of my research is to study effects of environmental exposures on asthma severity and exacerbations in urban children. However, in addition to clinical management of patients with known primary immunodeficiency diseases, I collaborate with physician and laboratory scientists in the fields of gastroenterology, pulmonology, rheumatology, hematology, and oncology to identify individuals suffering from autoimmune phenomena in which a primary immunodeficiency disease (or immune dysregulation disorder) is the root cause. I am also co-director of the severe combined immunodeficiency (SCID) newborn screening program in Colorado.
For Referring Providers:
The primary focus of my research is to study effects of environmental exposures on asthma severity and exacerbations in urban children. Through projects at Children's Hospital Colorado and National Jewish Health, I have collaborated with physician and laboratory scientists as a co-investigator for investigator-initiated and NIH-sponsored studies involving children with asthma. Such projects have included the NIH/NIEHS/EPA-sponsored Denver Asthma Panel Study (DAPS) and NIH/NIAID-sponsored Inner-City Asthma Consortium (ICAC) protocols. In addition to clinical management of patients with known primary immunodeficiency diseases, I collaborate with physician and laboratory scientists in the fields of gastroenterology, pulmonology, rheumatology, hematology, and oncology to identify individuals suffering from autoimmune phenomena in which a monogenic primary immunodeficiency disease (or immune dysregulation disorder) is the root cause. I am also co-director of the severe combined immunodeficiency (SCID) newborn screening program in Colorado.

Assistant Professor


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