Our Clinical Trials

The Sean N. Parker Center for Allergy & Asthma Research at Stanford University conducts many clinical trials with the goal of developing therapies for allergic disorders and asthma.

Participate in Prescreening at the Sean N. Parker Center for Allergy & Asthma at Stanford University

Condition: Allergies, Food Allergies, Asthma, Eczema, Atopic Dermatitis, Allergic Rhinitis, Eosinophilic Esophagitis (EOE)

Age Group: 0-90 y/o

Duration: 1 Time Event

Description: We invite people with doctor-diagnosed food allergies, asthma, eczema, allergic rhinitis, eosinophilic esophagitis (EOE), and other allergic conditions to participate in prescreening for allergy and asthma research at our center.

Contact: If you are interested in learning more about the study or scheduling a prescreening visit, you can call us at (650) 521-7237 or contact us at snpcenterallergy.inquiry@stanford.edu.


Study Objectives & Details: Our researchers are trying to determine if a study medication called omalizumab alone or combined with oral immunotherapy may help people with multiple food allergies. Participants must have a peanut allergy and at least two other food allergies to milk, egg, wheat, cashew, hazelnut, or walnut.

Enrollment: This trial is active and currently enrolling.

How to Participate: For more information, call: (650)521-7237 and/or email: snpallergy@stanford.edu

Who Can Participate: Anyone between the ages of 1-55 years who has a peanut allergy and at least two other food allergies to milk, egg, wheat, cashew, hazelnut or walnut.

Gender: Any

Compensation: Provided

Study Sponsor: National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID)

Site Principal Investigator: Dr. Sharon Chinthrajah

Study Coordinator: Julie Ye

Study Primary Investigator:  Robert Wood, MD

For more information, please click HERE.

Watch OUtMATCH Information Video HERE.

MOTIF Shrimp Allergy Study

Condition: Shrimp allergy

Age Group: 7-55 y/o

Duration: 58 weeks

Description: The purpose of this study is to learn how the shrimp food allergen affects the immune system and whether analyzing immune cells over time will help us predict if allergies will come back. The study will last 58 weeks and involve 21 clinic visits. Clinic visits include, but are not limited to, a physical examination, blood tests, lung function test, skin prick test, and food challenges. Eligible participants will receive treatment, study-related procedures, and exams at no cost.

Contact: If you are interested in learning more about the study or scheduling a pre-screening visit, you can contact the study coordinator Gabriella Landes, at snpallergy@stanford.edu or call us at (650)521-7237.


Study Objectives & Details: The goal of the clinical trial is to explore whether adding Dupilumab to OIT will enhance the safety and efficacy of OIT in patients with a milk allergy.

How to Participate: For more information, call: (650)521-7237 and/or email: snpallergy@stanford.edu

Who Can Participate: 

  • Male or female between 4-50 years of age
  • Diagnosed allergy to cow's milk or milk-containing product
  • If allergic to multiple foods, the participant must eliminate the known food allergens, including milk, from his/her diet so as not to confound the data of the study
  • Willing to comply with the study protocol
  • Willing to participate in all study procedures


Our Center will go over additional inclusion and exclusion criteria with participants at the time of screening.


SARS-CoV-2 Vaccination Study

Are you interested in getting vaccinated against COVID-19?
We are looking for volunteers for a COVID-19 vaccine research study.

The Systemic Allergic Reactions to SARS-CoV-2 Vaccination study is recruiting volunteers to receive one of the two mRNA vaccines - Pfizer BioNtech COVID-19 Vaccine or Moderna COVID-19 Vaccine. These are the same vaccines that have received emergency use authorization by the FDA and are being used at public vaccination sites.

You may qualify if you are 18-69 years of age and:
You have a history of Severe Allergies, OR
You have been diagnosed with a Mast Cell Disorder, OR
You have a history of No Allergies.

We are doing this trial because some people (about 2 to 10 out of every million people vaccinated) have had severe allergic reactions to these vaccines. This reaction is called anaphylaxis.

View full information HERE.

View full flyer HERE.


Your new family can help us learn how about the progression of allergic diseases!

We hope to learn how environmental and genetic factors play a role in food allergy and eczema development.

To Participate in this study you must:

  • Be a Pregnant Mother at any point during your pregnancy and willing to enroll your child at birth
  • Participation for you and your child lasts until your child is three years old
  • Biological Fathers may also participate, but their participation is not required

Participation will involve:

  • Clinic visits several times over three years to monitor the development of allergies
  • Sample collection (blood, urine, hair, stool, skin tapes and swabs, saliva, cord blood and nasal swabs; mother only: vaginal swabs and breast milk)
  • Questionnaires related to your child’s health, diet, and environment

Humayra Mohiuddin humayram@stanford.edu
Email: snpallergy@stanford.edu
Clinic Phone: (650) 521-7237

View full flyer HERE.


SEAL (Stopping Eczema and ALlergy) Study

Study Objective: To test if proactive use of topical skin creams is more effective than common atopic dermatitis (eczema) treatment methods at preventing eczema and food allergies.

Who is Eligible: Any child up to 12 weeks of age is welcomed. Our physicians will determine the participant's eligibility based on the participant's skin and other criteria in the clinic. Parental consent is required prior to enrollment.

Study Duration: 36 months (5 clinic visits)

Study Principal Investigators: Kari C. Nadeau, MD, PhD; Sayantani B. Sindher, MD

Study Sponsor: Stanford University School of Medicine 

Compensation for participation is provided.

Contact for more information and to schedule a pre-screening visit:

Clinic Email: snpallergy@stanford.edu
Clinic Phone: (650) 521-7237

Our studies include a wide range of patients, representing a diverse group of ages, ethnicities and socioeconomic backgrounds. Our Center offers equal opportunity to all people with allergies, so long as they are eligible based on study parameters.


To participate in our research and be considered for one of our trials

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