Journal article

Epidemiology of food allergy and food-induced anaphylaxis: is there really a Western world epidemic?

Jennifer J Koplin, EN Clare Mills, Katrina J Allen

Current Opinion in Allergy and Clinical Immunology | LIPPINCOTT WILLIAMS & WILKINS | Published : 2015


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Awarded by Biological and Biotechnological Sciences Research Council

Awarded by UK Food Standards Agency

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Awarded by Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council

Funding Acknowledgements

J.J.K and K.J.A. are supported by fellowships from the National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) of Australia. KJA has received funding from the NHMRC and Australian Egg Corporation and has received speakers fees from Abbott, Danone, Wyeth and Pfizer, Nutricia, and Alphafarm.E.N.C.M. has received research support from the European Union (FOOD-CT-2005-514000), the Biological and Biotechnological Sciences Research Council (BBS/E/F/00041800, BBS/E/F/00042204), the UK Food Standards Agency (T07062), the European Food Safety Authority, the UK Technology Strategy Board (grant no. 101130), DBV Technology, and Novartis; is a board member for Novartis, the UK Food Standards Agency, PepsiCo International, the UK Biological and Biotechnological Sciences Research Council, and Reacta Biotech Ltd; is employed by the University of Manchester and the Institute of Food Research; has stock/stock options in Standard Life and Reacta Biotech; has received travel support from ILSI, EAACI, the University of Bologna, Europa Bio, the British High Commission, the Iceland Allergy Society, Fresenius, EuroFood Tox 2013, and the IUNS Annual Meeting (Granada, Spain September 2013); and was paid as a lecturer and supervisor of masters students at Imperial College and as an external examiner at the University of Birmingham.