[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Vital Allergy & Asthma Center Grants $10,000 to Baylor/Texas Children’s Hospital for Food Allergy Research

Dr. Carla Davis, Assistant Professor & Director of Baylor/Texas Children’s Hospital Food Allergy Research Program and Dr. Jordan Orange, Professor and Section Chief of Baylor/TCH Allergy, Immunology, and Rheumatology Program, accepted a generation donation of $10,000 from Dr. Carlos Vital and Dr. Brian Tison of Vital Allergy & Asthma Center. Dr. Jordan Orange is excited an “welcomes the collaboration and support of Vital Allergy & Asthma Center physicians, as well as other allergists in the private practice community to offer a comprehensive patient centered experience for each child and family with the most current treatment for food allergy disorders. We are very humbled and honored that you are the first private practice allergy group to financially support the Food Allergy Research Program.”

Food Allergies treated at Vital Allergy and Asthma Houston Texas

Food allergies are most common than you think

Dr. Carla Davis is leading the charge to create a Worldwide Center of Excellence in Food Allergy Research: “We really are very happy to receive generous support to help reach our goals of providing comprehensive patient-centered experience, food allergy desensitization trials, eosinophilic esophagitis treatment and diagnosis, and educational outreach programs.”

Vital Allergy & Asthma Center Grants $10,000 to Baylor/Texas Children’s Hospital for Food Allergy Research.

Dr. Brian Tison, graduate of Baylor College of Medicine, now serves as Clinical Faculty of Baylor University/TCH Allergy & Immunology program. As his Faculty Advisor, Dr. Tison states that “Dr. Carla Davis was very instrumental in his educational experiences at Baylor and he is very proud to support the Texas Children’s Food Allergy Research.”

Vital Allergy and Asthma Center and Texas Children's Hospital

Investing in future generations and making a difference.

Dr. Carlos Vital, former Resident Director of the ACGME Board of Directors, was an understudy to Dr. Carla Davis while she served on the ACGME Residency Review Committee for Allergy & Immunology. They worked together to set national training standards across the United States. “As a food allergy sufferer, I am very honored that we are able to help fund this groundbreaking Food Allergy Research Center and ensure that this funding remains in our own Texas Medical Center. This is why Dr. Tison and I made the decision to collaborate with and support Baylor/Texas Children’s Hospital Food Allergy Research Program. For more information, contact the Teas Children’s Hospital Food Allergy Research Center at 832-824-2030.

Vital Allergy & Asthma Center deeply understand that Food Allergies Research can really make a difference in how will treat and develop medications in the future making a more direct and targeted treatment that can manage and perhaps prevent other related diseases form even manifesting or develop in allergy suffer individuals. This is why that Vital Allergy brings the little grain of sand to a sea of probabilities.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]