Asthma Clinical Research Studies
Lurie Children’s Division of Allergy and Immunology is at the cutting edge of asthma clinical research. We offer our patients with asthma the newest treatments as well as opportunities to be part of studies in hopes to discover more treatments and a cure.
We are currently recruiting patients in numerous asthma studies. Learn more about our current trials:
We are looking for teenagers (ages 12 years and older) who have severe asthma or have many flareups of their asthma to take part in a research study aimed at understanding how to treat different types of severe asthma by using precision medicine. For more information, click here or contact Opinderjit Kaur at email@example.com.
Research is being done to learn if treatment with German cockroach allergen, given as allergy shots, along with standard asthma care, makes children have less asthma symptoms.
Learn more about this trial.
PARK - Preventing Asthma in High Risk Kids
This study is trying to determine if giving a medicine called omalizumab to high risk children will decrease their chance of getting asthma or decrease the severity of their asthma. Click here for the full study information or call 312.227.6474 for more information.