The Allergists’ Foundation Community Grant Recipients

| October 20, 2022

The Allergists’ Foundation Community Grant Recipients

2022 Community Grant Recipients
The Allergists’ Foundation Community Grant Program inspires practicing allergists to develop creative solutions for challenges related to allergy care within their communities. Below are five outstanding projects that have been selected for funding in 2022 along with updates from some of our 2021 grantees.

Sara Anvari, MD, MSc, FACAAI
Project Title: Improving Access to Allergy Specialty Care in Houston Through a Novel Penicillin Allergy Stewardship Program

Lulu Tsao, MD
Project Title: Promoting Evidence-based and Equitable Penicillin Allergy Evaluation Among Pregnant Patients

Gerald Lee, MD, FACAAI
Project Title: A Quality Improvement Project to Reduce Food Allergy IgE Panel Utilization

Jessica Macdougall, MD, MS
Project Title: Food Allergy Transitions of Care for the Adolescent Population

Kelsey Kaman, MD
(2021 planning grant and 2022 implementation grant recipient)
Project Title: LEARN Early, Next Steps. Learning Educators’ Anaphylaxis Response Needs: Optimizing the Safety of Children in Head Start

The 2022 awards are made possible through the generous donations from College members and support by GSK. Learn more about the work of our grantees by reading the project summaries.

Supported in part by:

Learning from the Field
Watch interviews with three of our 2021 grantees as they share about their successes, challenges and unexpected learnings over the course of their clinical projects!

Kelsey Kaman, MD
(2021 planning grant & 2022 implementation grant recipient)
The LEARN Early Project: Learning Educators
Anaphylaxis Response Needs

Timothy Chow, MD
Penicillin Allergy Delabelling in a Pediatric Primary Care Setting

Juan Carlos Cardet, MD, MPH
Impact of Telehealth Visits on Outcomes Among
Black and Latinx Patients With Moderate-Severe Asthma

Get Involved and Make a Difference Today!
The success of our Community Grant Program is a collaborative effort. It is only made possible through the dedication of our volunteers on the Grants Allocation Committee, generous contributions from members and sponsors, and the talented grant applicants who are eager to positively impact allergy and asthma care in their communities. Contact us to learn more about how you can contribute!