Dr. Nikhila Schroeder is board certified in both Allergy & Immunology (adult and pediatric) and Pediatrics. She is well regarded for her deep connections with patients, innovative strategies, and community service. She believes that the foundations of quality healthcare are a strong patient-physician relationship, an integrative approach, and personalization of care. Dr. Schroeder created Allergenuity Health to build an ideal care community for people affected by allergies and to do everything she can to end the isolation that she has seen affect so many people and families with allergic conditions. She is thrilled to share her vision with everyone through her work with Allergenuity Health to help patients gain control over their allergies in order to live safer, healthier, and happier lives.
Dr. Schroeder was born and raised in Wisconsin. She attended college in Cambridge, Massachusetts at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology where she obtained both Bachelor’s (2004) and Master’s of Engineering (2005) degrees in electrical engineering and computer science with concentrations in biomedical engineering and music. Despite her love of engineering, it was always her calling to become a doctor, so she went on to medical school in Madison, Wisconsin and earned her Doctor of Medicine degree from the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health in 2009. She met James during this time, and they moved to Charlottesville, Virginia where Dr. Schroeder then completed her Pediatrics Residency training program (2012) and Allergy/Immunology Fellowship training program (2014) both at the University of Virginia. Because of her special interest in immune-modifying allergy treatments, especially sublingual immunotherapy, Dr. Schroeder sought further experience in this area and gained a position at Allergy Associates of La Crosse. From 2014-2017, she treated nearly 1000 patients with sublingual immunotherapy from all over the country. In 2018, Dr. Schroeder and James decided to move their family to Charlotte, North Carolina and open Allergenuity Health in their vision.
Dr. Schroeder cherishes spending time with her family and enjoys being goofy with her kids. She loves cooking, swimming, traveling, visiting friends and family, doing community programs, and keeping music in her life by singing and playing the ukelele. She is excited about working with her husband James to bring Allergenuity Health to life.