CENTRE OF RESEARCH EXCELLENCE IN ERADICATING FOOD ALLERGY: PREVENTION, CURE AND REDUCING ADVERSE EVENTS
Grant number: 1134812 | Funding period: 2017 - 2022
Australia has the highest reported rate of food allergy in the world. We aim to eradicate food allergy through improved prevention and cure, supported by evidence generated by our collaborative network of research. In addition, we aim to help prevent children with food allergy having anaphylaxis through improved public health policy and clinical pathways. As a second wave of the allergy epidemic, we are well positioned to turn back the tide of this newly emergent health threat to the public.
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The maternal gut microbiome during pregnancy and offspring allergy and asthma
Yuan Gao, Ralph Nanan, Laurence Macia, Jian Tan, Luba Sominsky, Thomas P Quinn, Martin O'Hely, Anne-Louise Ponsonby, Mimi LK Tang, Fiona Collier, Deborah H Strickland, Poshmaal Dhar, Susanne Brix, Simon Phipps, Peter D Sly, Sarath Ranganathan, Jakob Stokholm, Karsten Kristiansen, Lawrence EK Gray, Peter Vuillermin
Environmental exposures during pregnancy that alter both the maternal gut microbiome and the infant's risk of allergic disease and..