The UNC FAI clinic team conducts research with human subjects in the Clinical & Translational Research Center (CTRC). Our team of study coordinators, comprised of nurse practitioners and nurses, spend the most time directly interacting with our research participants. Other member of the clinic team include physicians, fellows in training, and occasionally students interested in food allergy research. The trials conducted by the clinic team include a variety of interventional protocols looking at the use of multiple treatment modalities (OIT, SLIT, EPIT, biologics) for individuals allergic to peanut and other common allergens. The team has extensive experience in conducting oral food challenges, treating anaphylaxis, and surveying the ongoing health and well-being of our participants. Our clinical coordinators excel in providing education, reassurance, and support to all participants and families volunteering their time to our research.