SpoonfulOne was developed by globally recognized pediatric allergist, Dr. Kari Nadeau. It works by training the immune system with regular exposure to potential food allergens.
SpoonfulOne was invented and formulated based on a university-led study that included infants 4 months of age and up (1 Year Feeding Study). A subsequent study (IM EATING) evaluating ease and comfort for parents feeding SpoonfulOne at home was published by outside researchers under peer-review in Pediatric Allergy and Immunology.
Kari Nadeau, MD, PhD, Director of the Sean N. Parker Center for Allergy and Asthma Research at Stanford University, Section Chief of Allergy and Asthma at the Stanford School of Medicine, Professor under the Naddisy Family Foundation
Wendy Sue Swanson, MD, MBE, FAAP, pediatrician, author, and Chief Medical Officer at SpoonfulOne
Susannah Fox, Health and Technology Researcher; Former Chief Technology Officer, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
David Jeong, MD, Section Head of Allergy and Immunology at Virginia Mason Medical Center and a Principal Investigator at Benaroya Research Institute at Virginia Mason in Seattle
Christopher T. Walsh, PhD, Emeritus Faculty, Harvard Medical School, Advisor to Stanford’s ChEM-H Institute, Scientific Advisory Board Member to the Broad Institute of Harvard and MIT, Senior Associate Member to the Broad Institute of Harvard and MIT, former President of the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute
Ruchi Gupta, MD, Professor of Pediatrics and Medicine at Northwestern Medicine, Director of the Center for Food Allergy & Asthma Research at Northwestern's Institute for Public Health and Medicine, attending physician at Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children's Hospital Chicago
Eugene Bauer, MD, Co-founder and CMO of Dermira, former Dean of the School of Medicine and Vice President for Medical Affairs, Stanford University