Integrated approaches to food allergen and allergy management (iFAAM) aims to :
- Develop evidence-based approaches and tools for management of allergens in food.
- Integrate knowledge derived from their application into food allergy management plans and dietary advice.
- Develop strategies to reduce the burden of food allergies in Europe.
See: About the project for more information on iFAAM
Early Life Nutrition and Allergy (Module 1)
- Early life nutrition and allergy
- Dietary interventions for allergy prevention
Risk Factors and Severity (Module 2)
- Biomarkers for severe reactions to food
- Intrinsic and extrinsic risk factors
Risk Models (Module 3)
- Modelling allergenic risk
- Clinical evidence and validation of models
Analysis of Allergens in Food (Module 4)
- Multi-analyte allergen analysis
- Clinically-relevant analysis
- Allergen management toolbox for the food industry
- Evidence-based strategies for managing and preventing food allergies
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This project has received funding from the European Union’s Seventh Framework Programme for research, technological development and demonstration under grant agreement no 312147.