Asthma and Allergy Clinical Children's Studies

Our dedicated pediatric research coordinators have lots of experience working with children. During your study involvement, we will always keep your child's best interest in mind. 

The following programs have opportunities for research studies. Please click on a program below, call us at 877-WI-ASTHMA, or email us at wiasthma@medicine.wisc.edu for more information.


infant photo Oral Bacterial Extract for the Prevention of Wheezing Lower Respiratory Tract Illness Study (ORBEX)
A research study in which infants (5 to 16 month olds) with a history of eczema or a parent with physician-diagnosed asthma are given a daily capsule of the investigational medication Broncho-Vaxom® (a mixture of bacteria products) to see if it helps prevent development of wheezing illness or asthma.
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The RESPO Study for Children with Asthma
Is your child 5 to 17 years old? Have they had symptoms consistent with an asthma diagnosis for at least 6 months? Are they accustomed to using an inhaler? If you can answer yes to all the questions above, then you may be able to join a clinical research study testing the safety and effectiveness of an investigational medication for children with asthma.
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Peanut Allergy Study
This study is looking at an investigational medication to see how safe and well-tolerated it is in peanut-allergic adults and adolescents. You may be able to take part if you are age 12-55 and have a physician diagnosis or history of a peanut allergy/sensitivity. More information

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