Category: Partner news

Dr. Stuart Turvey, Co-Director of the CHILD Cohort Study, and Dr. Diana Royce, President & CEO of AllerGen, both received honours from AllerGen partner organizations in late 2019. Dr. Stuart Turvey recognized by CSACI L to R: Dr. Stuart Turvey; …

CHILD Co-Director, AllerGen CEO honoured by partners Read More »

AllerGen NCE extends its deepest condolences to the families, friends and colleagues of the victims of the Ukraine International Airlines Flight PS752 crash, which occurred on January 8, 2020, in Tehran, Iran. Two valued contributors to the AllerGen network were …

Remembering two friends of AllerGen Read More »

Dr. Derek Chu has been awarded the prestigious CAAIF-CSACI-AllerGen Emerging Clinician-Scientist Research Fellowship. This $250,000 award enables a newly trained Canadian allergist and immunologist to pursue advanced research and establish a combined career as a clinician and an academic researcher. …

Fellowship award advances Canadian food allergy research Read More »

AllerGen investigator and pediatric allergist Dr. Edmond S. Chan (The University of British Columbia & BC Children’s Hospital) is the winner of the 2019 Robyn Allen Leadership Award. The award is presented by AllerGen Legacy Partner Food Allergy Canada (FAC) …

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Asthma Canada and AllerGen are pleased to announce the 2018-2019 Asthma Canada / AllerGen Graduate Student Research Award recipients within Asthma Canada’s National Research Program. L to R: Xiaoshu Cao (University of Toronto), Ryan Huff (The University of British Columbia), …

Graduate Student Research Awards continue to support exceptional students Read More »

On September 15, 2015, the second day of her first year of university, 18-year-old Andrea Mariano died of an anaphylactic reaction after consuming a smoothie that she bought on campus. In response to this tragedy, AllerGen’s legacy partner Food Allergy …

Food Allergy Canada promotes improved management of food allergies on campus Read More »

AllerGen’s CHILD Study was in the spotlight at the 2018 Sandbox Summit, held April 12 in downtown Toronto. The Study was held up at the event as a success story in an area of social concern where otherwise Canada has …

CHILD spotlighted at national child & youth health summit Read More »

Asthma Canada and AllerGen are pleased to announce the inaugural recipients of their partnered Graduate Student Research Awards, granted as part of Asthma Canada’s National Research Program. L to R: Danay Maestre-Batlle (The University of British Columbia), Thomas Mahood (University …

Graduate Student Awards fund innovative asthma research Read More »

Four AllerGen investigators were recently recognized with awards by the Canadian Society of Allergy and Clinical Immunology (CSACI) at that organization’s 2017 Annual Scientific Meeting. Dr. Susan Waserman was named the inaugural recipient of the Milton Gold Memorial Lectureship, “presented …

AllerGen researchers recognized for excellence by CSACI Read More »

On August 11, 2017, student Benjamin Cruickshank and his mom, Allison, met with AllerGen staff to share how the Allergy Pals program for kids with food allergies has had an impact on their lives. “I love Allergy Pals,” says 11-year-old …

Allergy Pals going strong Read More »

Asthma Canada and AllerGen have established a new National Research Program to help young scientists pursue research into early-onset and late-onset asthma. The program will grant two awards to Masters-level (MSc/MScN) student researchers, and two awards to PhD-level student researchers. …

Asthma Canada and AllerGen partner for new graduate student research award Read More »

Changes at one of the country’s oldest fast-food franchises have sparked controversy around food allergens and restaurant policies. McDonald’s Canada recently announced that all food products sold in its restaurants “may contain peanuts, tree nuts or other allergens” as the …

Food Allergy Canada takes lead in McDonald’s menu controversy Read More »