Food Allergy Program

Allergy Clinical Trials

What to expect during a clinical trial. Length: 3 min

SAFAR currently leads or participates in many clinical trials to develop new therapies for allergic disorders. Our studies include a wide range of patients, representing a diverse group of ethnicities and socioeconomic backgrounds. SAFAR offers equal opportunity to all people with food allergies, so long as they are eligible based on study parameters.

For the latest information on clinical studies currently being offered at Stanford and other institutions, please search the clinicaltrials.gov database using the appropriate search criteria:

www.clinicaltrials.gov

Search criteria (including the quotation marks, and the “AND”): “food allergy” AND “Stanford"

Open Food Allergy Trials at Stanford

Stanford is currently enrolling for three oral immunotherapy (OIT) food allergy clinical trials. If you are interested in being screened for any of these studies, please email us at SAFAR Inquiry. [SAFAR.inquiry stanford.edu]

Upon completion of your participating trial, you will be offered state of the art immunotherapy treatment for all your other allergies as part of your continuing care at our Allergy Center. 

Peanut OIT Study: Safety, Efficacy, and Discovery (POISED study): Enrolling 120 peanut-allergic patients ages 8-55 years old. Find out specific details on the trial, including inclusion and exclusion criteria here.

OIT for Wheat Allergy (Wheat OIT study): Stanford site is enrolling 12 patients ages 4-30 years old with a diagnosed wheat allergy.  Specific details on the trial, including inclusion and exclusion criteria, can be found here.

Peanut OIT in Children (IMPACT study): Stanford site is enrolling 29 peanut-allergic children ages 12 to 48 months. For specific details on the trial, including inclusion and exclusion criteria, please click here

Please note that due to the high level of interest in our research and trials, we correspond by email only and our replies may be delayed—we appreciate your patience and understanding. To find the latest information on studies at Stanford, please search the medical center's clinical trials database, using the appropriate search terms:

med.stanford.edu/clinicaltrials/

Search criteria: food allergy and Nadeau

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