Advancing a Cure

Food Allergy Fact

EVERY 3 MINUTES, A FOOD ALLERGY REACTION SENDS SOMEONE TO THE EMERGENCY ROOM

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Apply for a Grant

As the world’s largest private source of funding for food allergy research, FARE provides grants to qualified researchers at major medical centers worldwide. FARE-sponsored research includes clinical trials of promising therapies, as well as studies that answer crucial questions about the causes, epidemiology, and economic and social impact of food allergies.

FARE research grants are reviewed and awarded throughout the year to established investigators who hold an MD, PhD or equivalent and are engaged in food allergy research. Eligibility is not restricted by citizenship or geography.

All applications are peer-reviewed by FARE’s Research Advisory Board.

If you are a scientist committed to solving the clinical and scientific problems associated with food allergy, we encourage you to apply for funding.

FARE Research Grants

  • Upon review of the initial request, we will contact you regarding next steps, which may include completion of the Follow-up Cover Sheet and the FARE Follow-Up Application.
    Note: Please do not submit a follow-up application unless you are specifically requested to do so.

For more information about FARE research grants, please contact Mary Jane Marchisotto, Senior Vice President of Research and Operations, at mjmarchisotto@foodallergy.org or 212-207-1974.

The AAAAI/Food Allergy Research & Education Howard Gittis Memorial 3rd/4th Year Fellowship/Junior Faculty Research Award
To support the development of an academic research career, this annual award provides funding for research conducted by individuals who have completed their first two years of allergy/immunology training, and who will be entering their third or fourth year of fellowship training or their first or second year of a junior faculty appointment. This two-year grant supports investigators involved in education and basic and/or clinical research on the mechanisms and treatment of food-allergic diseases.

The award is sponsored by the American Academy of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology (AAAAI) and FARE. Recipients are selected by AAAAI’s Grant Review Committee and board of directors. For more information or to apply, click here.