Sarcoidosis Clinic

Duke Sarcoidosis Program

Sarcoidosis is a complex disease that can involve multiple organ systems that can progress to organ failure without proper treatment. Duke has a dedicated sarcoidosis multidisciplinary specialist team that provides comprehensive expert evaluation, treatment and follow up for patients in all phases of sarcoidosis.

About Sarcoidosis

Sarcoidosis Clinical Trials

What makes us different

  • Multidisciplinary Approach: Our team works together to manage all complicated cases and facilitate management without delay.
  • WASOG recognition: Recognized by the World Association for Sarcoidosis and Other Granulomatous Diseases as a Sarcoidosis Clinic.
  • All specialized state of the art diagnostic testing under one roof.
  • Access to new medications through cutting edge research and clinical trials.
  • Duke has the region’s largest heart and lung transplant center that supports patients with end stage sarcoidosis.
  • Access to remote virtual consultations through Duke Health Second Opinion program.

Duke Sarcoidosis Team / Faculty

Hakim Azfar Ali MD, FCCP, Pulmonology

Eugene Friedman, MD, PhD, Pulmonology 

Ravi Karra MD, Cardiology

Jay Doss, MD, Rheumatology

Johana Rocio Fajardo, DNP, Cardiology

Albert Y. Sun, MDElectrophysiologist

Suma Shah, MD, Neurology

Elijah A. Lackey, MD, Neurology

Matthew R. Kappus, MD, Gastroenterology

Matilda Nicholas MD Dermatology

Matthew A. Sparks, MD, Nephrology

Louise Maran, MD, Dermatology

Dinesh Grewal MD Ophthalmology