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About AIFA

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The Allergy and Immunology Foundation of Australasia (AIFA) is a charity founded by the Australasian Society of Clinical Immunology and Allergy (ASCIA).

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AIFA aims to improve the health of people living with allergy and immune diseases by funding medical research and raising public awareness. 

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AIFA Latest News

  • Catalyst allergy program
    Catalyst allergy program
    13 February 2019: If you missed watching the Catalyst allergy program on ABC TV last night (12 February 2019), you can watch it on ABC iview https://iview.abc.net.au/show/catalyst Several ASCIA members were involved in the program, including Prof Connie Katelaris, Prof Dianne Campbell, Dr Preeti Joshi, Carolina Valerio, Rebecca Sertori and Prof Janet Davies. The Catalyst allergy program highlights...
  • AIFA announces $120K for 2019 research grants
    13 November 2018: The next round of AIFA grant applications for allergy and immunology research will open in January 2019. Due to the generous support of individuals, families and organisations over the past few years, a total of $120,000 in AIFA grants will be awarded in 2019, comprising: $40,000 - Food Allergy research grant $30,000 - ASCIA 30th Anniversary research grant $25,000 - Primary Immun...
  • AusPollen PreSeason Questionnaire
    AusPollen PreSeason Questionnaire
    2 October 2018: Local AusPollen Apps provide daily levels of pollen in the air, which can help if you have hay fever (allergic rhinitis) or if your asthma is made worse by allergens in the air. The Apps are available at www.pollenforecast.com.au To help the AusPollen team evaluate usefulness of the Apps and how they can improve this service, please complete a short questionnaire before and after t...

Featured Stories

Josephine and her dog

Josephine and Lupus

Josepine has been living with Lupus since she was five years of age. Her diagnosis was confirmed when she was nine. Lupus is a disease that has no cure. It is an autoimmune disease that occurs when the body’s own immune system attacks various healthy parts of the body.

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Dorotea

Dorotea and FPIES

Dorotea was diagnosed with Food Protein Induced Enterocolitis Syndrome (FPIES) at 4 months of age. Dorotea's first admission to hospital was after a severe reaction to soy formula. As is often the case, it was misdiagnosed as a viral gastroenteritis.

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Lauren with her brother

Lauren and food allergy

Lauren is a healthy 7 years old who loves her brother Ben. At the age of 3 Lauren started feeling unwell and vomited after eating walnut bread. For her mum Terri, a nut allergy didn't even cross her mind. Only 6 months later, after eating cake with walnuts, Lauren again reacted.

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Every project endeavours to meet the challenge to improve the health of people living with allergy and immune diseases.

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