Pediatric Allergy & Immunology Research
Investigators in NYU Langone’s Division of Pediatric Allergy and Immunology perform clinical research to improve the health and wellbeing of children with various forms of food allergy.
Division research concerns the epidemiology and pathophysiology of food protein–induced enterocolitis syndrome; management of food-induced anaphylaxis; implementation of the guidelines for food allergy prevention through the early introduction of allergenic foods, such as peanuts and eggs; safety of the oral food challenges in infants; and clinical trials of immunotherapy for food allergy.
Experience transitioning post-food allergy clinical trial participants to daily ingestion of retail food equivalents
Journal of allergy & clinical immunology. In practice. 2023 Nov 14;
The Remaining Challenge to Diagnose and Manage Cow's Milk Allergy: An Opinion Paper to Daily Clinical Practice
Nutrients. 2023 Nov 13; 15:
Allergic Reactions During Travel Among Individuals with IgE-mediated Food Allergy
Journal of allergy & clinical immunology. In practice. 2023 Nov 03;
Feeding difficulties in children with food protein-induced enterocolitis syndrome
Journal of allergy & clinical immunology. In practice. 2023 Sep ; 11:2939-2941.e3
When Supplemental Formula Is Essential: Overcoming Barriers to Hypoallergenic Formula Access for Patients With Food Allergies
Journal of allergy & clinical immunology. In practice. 2023 Sep ; 11:2686-2692
World Allergy Organization (WAO) Diagnosis and Rationale for Action against Cow's Milk Allergy (DRACMA) Guideline update "“ VII "“ Milk elimination and reintroduction in the diagnostic process of cow's milk allergy
World Allergy Organization journal. 2023 Jul 01; 16:?-?
Why You Should Care About Implicit Bias as an Allergist-Immunologist and Ways We Can Address It
Journal of allergy & clinical immunology. In practice. 2023 Jun ; 11:1718-1724
The role of online symptom questionnaires to support the diagnosis of cow's milk allergy in children for healthcare professionals - A Delphi consensus study
Pediatric allergy & immunology. 2023 Jun ; 34:e13975