Tag: Stanford University

Blood Samples

AllerGenis Lauds Study Results of New, More Accurate Blood Test for...

"Test brings us one step closer to eliminating the need to subject patients to an oral food challenge."
Twins Study

Twins Study Identifies Fecal Microbiome Differences in Food Allergies

By transplanting fecal microbes from healthy and food-allergic infants to germ-free mice (who do not possess a microbiome), investigators found that the healthy infant microbiota was protective against the development of food allergies.
Dr Kari Nadeau - Keynote Speaker at FARE Research Retreat

Watch: Dr Kari Nadeau Discusses Food Allergy Prevention and Treatment at...

Well worth your time if you have food allergies, care for someone who does, or are pregnant or considering pregnancy in the near future.
Peanuts

Study: Antibody Injection Stops Peanut Allergy for 2 to 6 Weeks

A Stanford-led pilot study has provided early evidence that an antibody is a safe, effective and rapid food allergy treatment.
Dr Kari Nadeau

Must Hear: Interview with Stanford Immunologist Dr Kari Nadeau – Defeating...

Dr Kari Nadeau, who runs the Sean Parker Center for Allergy and Asthma Research at Stanford University, takes us on a tour of food...
Positive Mindset for OIT

NPR Provides Context to 'Positive Mindset in OIT' Study

The NPR article is a must-read for parents of kids undergoing OIT or those considering the treatment for their children.
Child Thinking

Positive Mindset About Side Effects of Peanut OIT Improves Outcomes

Framing side effects as positive signs of healing significantly reduced anxiety in young children.
Blood Test

Enable Biosciences Awarded $224K in NIH Funding for Food Allergy Blood...

Company claims it is developing a test that detects many allergy markers at once without sacrificing quality.