Clinical trials are integral to advancing treatments for diseases like food allergy. Our clinical researchers at the Mary H. Weiser Food Allergy Center are currently planning immunotherapy trials for both children and adults focused on:
- Oral immunotherapy
- Topical patch therapy
- Sublingual therapy
To learn more about opportunities to enroll in clinical research for food allergy, contact [email protected].
Don’t see an opportunity that’s right for you? Sign up to participate in our Food Allergy Patient Registry, described below, which allows us to connect you with future clinical trials or other research efforts that are a better fit.
To learn more about clinical research opportunities across Michigan Medicine, visit UMHealthResearch.org.
Join Our Patient Registry
A simple way to help our researchers is to share your experience as a food allergy patient.
If you or your child are a current Michigan Medicine patient with food allergy, eosinophilic esophagitis (EoE), food protein induced enterocolitis syndrome (FPIES), or food protein intolerance, you are eligible to join our patient registry.
By gathering information from people with these conditions, we can analyze trends and outcomes over time to better understand the success of current therapeutic approaches. The more people who participate, the better our insight, as we’ll have a breadth and depth of information to learn from.