Dr. Summit Shah, M.D. FAAAAI

Welcome Dr. Summit Shah of Premier Allergy in Dublin, Ohio to our Private Practice OIT Provider List. For years, Dr. Shah has been researching options to learn and offer OIT to his patients. He has been involved with the experienced doctors on our List, in our email and facebook groups, traveling to their offices to see how they set up their programs, and how OIT is administered firsthand. Currently, he is offering OIT for peanut but will add milk and egg soon.


Allergy doctor Summit Shah, MD specializes in allergy diagnosis and treatment that affect both adults and children, including drug allergies, hay fever, asthma, venom allergies, sinus disease, and more. Dr. Shah founded the Allergy Department at the Chalmers P. Wylie VA in Columbus, OH, where he is still an active member of the staff. Dr. Shah was on staff at Nationwide Children’s Hospital and is currently working with Mt. Carmel St. Ann’s, Riverside, and Dublin Methodist Hospitals. His areas of interest are pediatric food allergies and eczema.

Dr. Shah, a Columbus native, graduated as valedictorian from Bishop Watterson High School before attending Ohio State University, where he earned a Bachelor’s with Honors. A Buckeye through and through, he stayed at OSU for medical school. After earning his MD from the College of Medicine at Ohio State, Dr. Shah underwent a residency program in Boston as well as a fellowship training program at the renowned Scripps Clinic in San Diego, CA, where he trained under acclaimed experts in allergy and immunology.

An allergy doctor by profession, Dr. Shah also enjoys cheering on the Buckeyes, golfing, and scuba diving. Dr Shah resides in Columbus with his wife, who is a graduate of Dublin Coffman high school and the Ohio State University College of Pharmacy. They have two daughters, Saanvi and Saaya.


Premier Allergy and Asthma, Columbus, OH
Allergist, January 2011- present

Scripps Clinic, San Diego, CA
Allergy/Immunology Fellowship, June 2010

Tufts Medical Center, Boston, MA
Internal Medicine Residency, June 2008


The Ohio State University College of Medicine, Columbus, OH
Doctorate of Medicine, May 2005

The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH
Bachelor of Science in Biology, June 2001


The Potential Effects of Allergy Immunotherapy on Eosinophilic Esophagitis. ACAAI National Meeting in Atlanta, GA. Valerie Miller CNP, Summit Shah et al. November 2014

Wait at Least 60 Min After Eating. World Allergy Congress in Cancun, MX. Stella Gandhi, Megan Woodruff, Summit Shah. December 2011

Atopy and AERD. ACAAI National Meeting in Phoenix, AZ. Summit Shah and Andrew White, MD. November 2010

Non-IgE Mediated Food Allergy: A Review Article. Accepted for publication in IJAAI. Savina Aneja and Summit Shah. October 2010

Multiple Insulin Hypersensitivity. ACAAI National Meeting in Miami Beach, FL. Summit Shah and Andrew White, MD. November 2009

Molecular events regulating human skin resident T cell population. Abstract at La Jolla Immunology Conference, Virgnie Fievez, Summit Shah et al. October 2009

Chronic Urticaria: Alternative Treatment with Beta-Agonists and Proposed Mechanisms. Abstract at World Allergy Congress in Bangkok, Thailand. Summit Shah and Jonathan Bayuk, DO. December 2007

The Role of Infliximab in Hyper-IgE Syndrome. ACAAI National Meeting in Dallas, TX. Summit Shah, Radhika Venugopal, and John Ohman, Jr MD. November 2007

Corticosteroid dependent, Persistent Angioedema and Hypereosinohilia. ACAAI National Meeting in Philadelphia. Summit Shah and John Ohman Jr. MD. November 2006


American Academy of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology, Fellow (2014-present)

College of Allergy and Immunology, Member (2008-present)

Ohio University College of Osteopathic Medicine, Assistant Professor (2012-present)

Columbus Asthma Society, Vice-President (2012-present)



Premier Allergy & Asthma
6565 Perimeter Dr
Dublin, OH 43016
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Other OIT Allergists in practice:
Dr. Gital Patel, MD
Dr. Andrew Dang, MD




OIT Details

Doctor Name: Dr. Shah
State: Ohio
Allergen: Peanuts
Treats single/multi allergens at once: Single
Offers SLIT for food allergens: No

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