A Long-Term Treatment and Research Model

We take pride in our research capabilities.

The SoCal Food Allergy facilities house a PhD research team and a basic science laboratory that studies blood and immune cells to better understand how we can safely speed up the treatment process.  Our long term treatment and research model actively treats children with food allergies today, while providing our research team with the data to advance even further the food allergy treatment cause for all children.

The beauty of our methodology is that, with each case that we treat, we collectively unmask millions of additional data points relating to the understanding and care of food allergies.  The study of these large data sets continues to reveal and reinforce predictive patterns.   These patterns lead to advancement in care and breakthrough discoveries at an unparalleled pace.   Over time, our already successful, integrated approach can be even further refined for more and more precise food allergy treatment.

Advancing Discovery

Our model of data collection and analysis opens the door for truly patient-driven research derived from real-world, clinical data and outcomes rather than laboratory hypotheses. This collection of shared information offers the greatest hope to truly advance treatment protocols not only for food allergy, but for some of the most complex conditions.

SoCal Food Allergy is proud to be part of the bigger picture. As the food allergy division of TPIRC (Translational Pulmonary and Immunology Research Center), SoCal Food Allergy is committed to the advancement of discovery and treatment for rare and orphan diseases.

Focused on the spectrum of food allergy research.

Our precision medicine focus allows for unique models of research analysis not otherwise available in standard clinical trials. We also focus our efforts on novel clinical companion diagnostics, food conditioning programs, food dosing mechanisms, and more to assure maximal efficiency of treatment and minimal side effects. Our in-house basic science laboratory studies new mechanisms of molecular food allergy diagnostics at the level of DNA, blood, the gastrointestinal tract, and other important organ systems.

From Fear and Isolation to Hope and Freedom

Meet just a few of the graduates of our Tolerance Induction Program who now experience true food freedom.

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