Louis B. Kalish, M.D., received his bachelor's degree Cum Laude from the University of Florida as a member of the Phi Beta Kappa Honorary Society. He earned his medical degree from the Medical College of Georgia, where he also completed an internship and residency in Pediatrics. He acquired his Allergy and Clinical Immunology specialty training at the University of Tennessee in Memphis.
Dr. Kalish is board certified by both the American Board of Pediatrics and the American Board of Allergy and Immunology. He is a Fellow of the American College of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology and the American Academy of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology. Dr. Kalish is also involved with both the Allergy and Immunology Society of Georgia and Cobb Medical Society.
Dr. Kalish is actively involved with both patient and family asthma education programs. He has authored scientific papers and abstracts regarding medications used in the treatment of asthma and exercise-induced asthma. His main areas of interest are management of pediatric asthma and food allergy.
Dr. Kalish resides in East Cobb with his wife Betty and their three children, Joshua, Sara and Hannah. He is an avid cyclist and participates yearly in charity rides for both the National Multiple Sclerosis Society and the American Diabetes Association. Dr. Kalish has volunteered as the camp physician for Camp Barney Medintz for more than a decade.
Dr. Kalish joined Atlanta Allergy & Asthma in 1997 and sees patients at our Kennestone and East Cobb locations.
Interaction of Salmeterol and Isoproterenol at the Human b2 Receptor. L.B. Kalish, MD; M.S. Blaiss, MD; and J.J. Lima, Pharm.D.
Interactions of Full Agonists and Partial Selective b2 Agonists at the Human b2 Adrenergic Receptor. L.B. Kalish, MD; M.S. Blaiss, MD; and J.J. Lima, Pharm.D.
The Value of Educational Programs in Teaching Coaches About Exercise-Induced Asthma. L.B. Kalish, MD and M.S. Blaiss, MD.
What Do Coaches Know About Exercise-Induced Asthma? L.B. Kalish, MD and M.S. Blaiss, MD.
Three Commonly Used Peak Flow Meters, Are They Interchangeable? L.B. Kalish, MD and Michael S. Blaiss, MD.