Christina Ciaccio, MD FAAAAI
The University of Chicago

Stephanie  A. Leonard, MD FAAAAI
Rady Children's Hospital/UCSD

Rates of Peanut Discontinuation After Introduction Among High-Risk Infants
Abhilasha Banerjee, PhD
Johns Hopkins Department of Allergy and Immunology

Presence of Ara h 2, the major peanut allergen, in human milk
Amy Burris, MD
Univeristy of Rochester Medical Center

Differential Contribution Of TNFSF14/LIGHT-Receptor Mediated Pathways To Inflammatory Fibroblast Phenotypes In Eosinophilic Esophagitis
Mario  J. Cabrero Manresa, PhD
University of California San Diego

Basophil activation tests identify a peanut OIT subgroup with improved safety and outcomes
Sharon Chinthrajah, MD
Boston Medical Center

Transcriptomics Of Gastrointestinal Biopsies During Oral Immunotherapy Reveals Changes In IgA Pathway
Gopal Krishna Dhondalay, PhD
Sean N Parker Centre for Allergy & Asthma

Development of an Antigen-Specific T Cell Assay to Identify Food Triggers in Eosinophilic Esophagitis
Julianna Dilollo
The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia

Effect on age on clinical and immunologic efficacy of peanut sublingual immunotherapy
Olivia  L. Francis, MD
UNC Chapel Hill

The Influence of Early and Continuous Exposure of Infants to Cow’s Milk Formula on The Occurance of Milk Allergy
Idit Lachover-Roth, MD
Meir Medical Center

Transcriptomic and Gene Set Enrichment Analysis of Peanut stimulated CD4+ T cells during Peanut Oral Immunotherapy
Yamini Virkud, MD FAAAAI
Massachusetts General Hospital