Dr. Sood's current research areas of interest include the identification and implementation of novel therapeutics for food allergy and the study of immune dysregulatory pathways in food allergy. To this effect, she is currently a co-investigator in the NIH-funded Consortium for Food Allergy Research as well as industry-sponsored clinical trials, studying therapeutic interventions for single and multi-food allergic individuals. Dr. Sood is also a co-investigator in clinical trials for novel therapeutics for eosinophilic esophagitis (EoE). She looks forward to continuing to build on our institution's strong foundation in excellence, expertise, and leadership in food allergy.
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Seasonal allergies can affect kids of all ages. With spring's yellow pollen coating everything in sight, sneezes, runny noses, and itchy eyes are likely affecting a lot of Arkansas children. We sat down with pediatric immunologist, D. Matthew Bell, to talk allergies.
This school year will definitely be different due to the COVID-19 pandemic. This blog offers some advice to help your kid with food allergies to attend school safely.
Congratulations Arkansas Children's Allergy & Immunology Team, winners of this year's Drs. Joanna J. and Robert W. Seibert Award for outstanding teamwork. Combining clinical care and discovery with cutting-edge technology, this team is dedicated to reaching more children where they live, learn and play. Watch their inspirational video