Web Recording: Infant feeding guidelines for allergy prevention

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Presenter – Dr Preti Joshi 

Speaker Bio

Dr Preti Joshi who is a staff specialist in Allergy and Immunology at the Children’s Hospital Westmead. She has over 12 years experience as a Paediatric Immunologist both at the hospital and in private practice.  Dr Joshi’s clinical interests lie in the diagnosis and management of children with atopic disorders with a particular focus on food allergy. Her current research interests include the diagnosis and management of egg allergy as well as the epidemiology of food protein induced enterocolitis and eosinophilic oesophagitis in childhood.

Dr Joshi graduated with honours from the University of Sydney before completing her specialist paediatric training and immunology training in NSW. Dr Joshi’s PhD (NHMRC postgraduate medical scholarship) examines immune responses to viruses in infancy in relation to the subsequent development of atopy. She undertook a postdoctoral fellowship at the Mt Sinai Medical Centre (Jaffe Food Allergy Institute) in New York under the supervision of Professor Hugh Sampson.

She has authored multiple peer reviewed publications and has co-authored 2 books on the management of food allergy for parents and carers.

Dr Joshi is the chair of the paediatric committee of the Australasian Society Allergy and Clinical Immunology thus playing an active role in the development of guidelines and educational resources for the management of allergy in Australia. She is also head of the medical board of Allergy and Anaphylaxis Australia and the deputy lead of the National Allergy Stratergy.

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