Tag: National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID)

Federal Budget Allocations for Food Allergy

This Year’s Federal Budget Increases Spending For Food Allergy Research and...

Budget includes millions of dollars to increase food allergy research funding and protect children with food allergies.
BlueWillow Biologics

Intranasal Peanut Allergy Vaccine Takes Step Forward

Company is considering vaccines for multiple food allergies including milk, tree nuts and shellfish.
Peanut Butter on Spoon

Oral Immunotherapy Induces Remission of Peanut Allergy in Some Young Children

"The landmark results of the IMPACT trial suggest a window of opportunity in early childhood to induce remission of peanut allergy through oral immunotherapy."
Viaskin Peanut

FDA Wants More Viaskin Peanut Data Resulting in Further Approval Delays

Delays mount pushing trials of modified patch.
Mom and Baby

Researcher Wins Grant to Study Impact of Maternal Antibody on Development...

Grant will help tackle early infant morbidity due to increasing incidences of food allergy.
Moonlight Therapeutics Microneedle Patch

Company Receives $1.9 Million Grant to Advance Microneedle Patch Therapy for...

Grant will allow Moonlight Therapeutics to complete pre-clinical activities and submit and IND to the FDA.
COVID-19 Vaccine Vials

Penn State Will Pay Those with Severe Allergies to Get COVID...

This is an opportunity receive the vaccine under strict supervision at a university medical center.
Food Allergy Reaction

Learn the Biology of Food Allergy in 7 Minutes With These...

These videos will give you a solid understanding of how one develops food allergies and what happens in the body during a reaction.
COVID Vaccine Being Drawn

Michigan Medicine Helps Lead First National Study on How Highly Allergic...

First volunteer expected to receive an injection April 7 in Ann Arbor with results anticipated this summer.
SUNBEAM babyfoot

NIH Study of Early Predictors, Mechanisms of Food Allergy and Eczema...

Study to identify prenatal and early childhood markers of high risk for food allergy and atopic dermatitis as well as biological pathways that lead to these conditions.