Part 2 - Q&A Session "What’s New in Food Allergy Prevention and Management in Infants and Toddlers"
Date: Thursday, March 9, 2023
Time: 13:00 - 14:00 ET
Join us on March 9th as we'll be diving deep into your outstanding and latest questions related to our recent February 16, 2023 webinar: "What's New in Food Allergy Prevention and Management in Infants and Toddlers".
On February 16, 2023, CNS hosted a webinar on the recent advances in food allergy prevention and management in infants and toddlers with guest speakers Dr. Edmond Chan and Brock Williams, MSc, RD, Ph.D. (c). Due to the tremendous number of questions received, CNS is pleased to host a follow-up Q&A session!
Edmond S. Chan MD, FRCPC, FCSACI, FAAAAI - University of British Columbia
Brock Williams, MSc, RD, Ph.D.(c) - University of British Columbia
Catherine Field, Ph.D. RD FCAHS - University of Alberta
About the Speakers:
Brock Williams is a PhD Candidate in the Food, Nutrition and Health Program at the University of British Columbia. Brock is also a Registered Dietitian, and supports the Food Allergy Immunotherapy Program in the Division of Allergy and Immunology at BC Children’s Hospital in his role as a Clinical Research Dietitian. His research interests include: paediatric clinical nutrition, micronutrients, and infant/child feeding practices.
Dr. Edmond S. Chan is a Pediatric Allergist at the BC Children's Hospital (BCCH) Allergy Clinic in Vancouver, BC, Canada. He is a University of British Columbia (UBC) Clinical Professor, Clinical Investigator (BCCH Research Institute), and Head of the UBC Division of Allergy & Immunology at BCCH, where he leads a dedicated food allergy research program. He has 170 peer-reviewed publications, primarily on food allergy, and is a co-author of several national/international guidelines on food allergy and eosinophilic esophagitis including the first Canadian guidelines on food oral immunotherapy. He is on the Executive of the Canadian Society of Allergy & Clinical Immunology, as Vice President. He is on the Executive of the Canadian Paediatric Society’s Allergy Section. He is on Food Allergy Canada’s healthcare advisory board, and steering committee for Canada’s National Food Allergy Action Plan.
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