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Dr. Aideen Maire Byrne
Clinical Senior Lecturer, Paediatrics

Publications and Further Research Outputs

Peer-Reviewed Publications

MacMahon J, Hourihane JO'B, Byrne A, A virtual management approach to infant egg allergy developed in response to pandemic-imposed restrictions. , Clinical and Experimental Allergy, 51, (2), 2021, p360 - 363 Journal Article, 2021 DOI

Gabriel Lins de Holanda Coelho, Aideen Byrne, Jonathan Hourihane, Audrey DunnGalvin, Development of the Food Allergy Anxiety Scale in an Adult Population: Psychometric Parameters and Convergent Validity , Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology in Practice, 2021, phttps://doi.org/10.1016/j.jaip Journal Article, 2021

Jonathan O'B. Hourihane, Aidden Byrne, Katharina Blümchen, Paul Turner, Matthew Greenhawt, Ascertainment Bias in Anaphylaxis Safety Data of COVID-19 Vaccines, Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology in Practice, 2021 Journal Article, 2021

Siobhan M. Pyper, Michael Joseph O"Grady, Maeve A. McAleer, Aideen M. Byrne, House dust mite sensitization is associated with food sensitization in early"onset atopic dermatitis, Clinical & Experimental Allergy, 2021 Journal Article, 2021 DOI

Catherine King and Ciaran Judge and Aideen Byrne and Niall Conlon, Googling Allergy in Ireland: Content Analysis, Journal of Medical Internet Research, 22, (5), 2020, p16763 - 16763 Journal Article, 2020 DOI

MacMahon J, Byrne A, New ways of working, Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology in Practice, 8, (9), 2020, p3242 - 3243 Journal Article, 2020 DOI

Sharma V Du Toit G Fernández-Rivas M Beyer K Turner PJ Blumchen K Nilsso C Ibáñez MD Deschildre A Muraro A Erlewyn-Lajeunesse Zubeldia JM De Blay F Delebarre Sauvage Byrne A Chapman J Boralevi F Norval D Adelman DC Hourihane JO , Treatment satisfaction with AR101 oral immunotherapy for peanut allergy in a European paediatric population, Allergy, European Academy of Allergy and Clinic Immunology(EAACI) Digital Congress, Virtual, 6-8 June 2020, 75, (S109), Wiley, 2020, pp37 - 38 Poster, 2020 DOI

Fleischer DM, Shreffler WG, Campbell DE, Green TD, Anvari S, Assa'ad A, Bégin P, Beyer K, Bird JA, Brown-Whitehorn T, Byrne A, Chan ES, Cheema A, Chinthrajah S, Chong HJ, Davis CM, Ford LS, Gagnon R, Greenhawt M, Hourihane JO, Jones SM, Kim EH, Lange L, Lanser BJ, Leonard S, Mahler V, Maronna A, Nowak-Wegrzyn A, Oriel RC, O'Sullivan M, Petroni D, Pongracic JA, Prescott SL, Schneider LC, Smith P, Staab D, Sussman G, Wood R, Yang WH, Lambert R, Peillon A, Bois T, Sampson HA, Long-term, open-label extension study of the efficacy and safety of epicutaneous immunotherapy for peanut allergy in children: PEOPLE 3-year results, Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology, 146, (4), 2020, p863 - 874 Journal Article, 2020 DOI

Jonathan O'B Hourih, Audrey DunnGalvin, Charmaine O'Nane, Kirsten Beyer, Allyah Abbas, Montserrat Fernández-Rivas, Paul J Turner, Katharina Blumchen, Caroline Nilsson, Maria D Ibáñez, Antoine Deschildre, Antonella Muraro , Vibha Sharma, Michel Erlewyn-Lajeunesse 12, José Manuel Zubeldia , Frederic De Blay , Christine D Sauvage, Aideen Byrne, John Chapman, Franck Boralevieill, David Norval, Andrea Vereda, Ben Skeel, Daniel C Adelman , George du Toit , Efficacy and safety of oral immunotherapy with AR101 in European children with a peanut allergy (ARTEMIS): a multicentre, double-blind, randomised, placebo-controlled phase 3 trial, Lancet Child Adolescent Health., 4, (10), 2020, p728 - 739 Journal Article, 2020 DOI

Crealey M, Byrne A, Hussey S, Prevalence of IgE mediated food allergy in children with inflammatory bowel disease., Paediatric Allergy and Immunology(PAI), 32, (1), 2020, p205 - 209 Journal Article, 2020 DOI

Fernández‐Rivas MM, Hourihane JO, Beyer K, Turner P, Blümchen K, Nilsson C, Ibáñez MD7, Deschildre A9, Muraro A, Sharma V, Erlewyn‐Lajeunesse M, Zubeldia JM, De Blay F, Sauvage Delebarre C, Byrne A, Chapman J, Boralevi F, Abbas A, Norval D19, Vereda A, Mcintosh S, Du Toit G, ARTEMIS: A European, phase 3, randomised, double‐blind, placebo‐controlled trial of AR101 in peanut‐allergic children and adolescents aged 4‐17, Allergy, European Academy of Allergy and Clinic Immunology(EAACI), Lisbon Portugal, 1-5th June 2019, 74, (S106), Wiley, 2019, pp16 - 16 Poster, 2019 DOI

Fleischer DM, Greenhawt M, Sussman G, Bégin P, Nowak-Wegrzyn A, Petroni D, Beyer K, Brown-Whitehorn T, Hebert J, Hourihane JO, Campbell DE, Leonard S, Chinthrajah RS, Pongracic JA, Jones SM, Lange L, Chong H, Green TD, Wood R, Cheema A, Prescott SL, Smith P, Yang W, Chan ES, Byrne A, Assa'ad A, Bird JA, Kim EH, Schneider L, Davis CM, Lanser BJ, Lambert R, Shreffler W, Effect of Epicutaneous Immunotherapy vs Placebo on Reaction to Peanut Protein Ingestion Among Children With Peanut Allergy: The PEPITES Randomized Clinical Tria, JAMA, 12, (32), 2019, p946 - 955 Journal Article, 2019 DOI

D ' Art YM; Forrestal ; O ' Sullivan M 1 Byrne A Fitzsimons J DunnGalvin A Hourihane JO Van Ree R ; O ' Sullivan M 1 Byrne A Fitzsimons J DunnGalvin A Hourihane JO Van Ree R , Maternal anxiety correlates with infant skin prick test size and inhibits cow ' s milk tolerance induction in their infants, Allergy, European Academy of Allergy and Clinic Immunology(EAACI), Lisbon Portugal, 1-5th June 2019, 74, (S106), Wiley, 2019, pp94 - 94 Oral Presentation, 2019 DOI

George du Toit, Jonathan O'B. Hourihane, Kirsten Beyer, Paul Turner, Katharina Blümchen, Caroline Nilsson, M. Dolores Ibáñez, Antoine Deschildre, Antonella Muraro, Vibha Sharma, Michel Erlewyn‐Lajeunesse, José Manuel Zubeldia, Frederic De Blay, Christine Delebarre Sauvage, Aideen Byrne, John Chapman, Franck Boralevi, Allyah Abbas, David Norval, Montserrat Fernández‐Rivas, ARTEMIS: a European, Phase 3, Randomised, Double‐Blind, Placebo‐Controlled Trial of AR101 in peanut‐allergic children and adolescents aged 4-17 years, Clinical and Experimental Allergy, BSACI, HARROGATE UK, OCT 2019, 49, (12), 2019, pp1676 - 1677 Poster, 2019

Keogh S, Byrne A, O Carroll C., The prevalence of cashew nut sensitisation and allergy in children presenting to an Irish tertiary allergy clinic, Clinical and Translational Allergy, 5th Paediatric Allergy and Asthma Meeting (PAAM), London UK, 26 -28 Oct 2017, 8, (26), Springer Nature, 2018, pp17 - 17 Oral Presentation, 2018 DOI

Byrne A, McAleer M, Pyper S., The association between sensitisation to house dust mite and food allergy in infants with moderate to severe atopic dermatitis, Clinical and Translational Allergy, 5th Paediatric Allergy and Asthma Meeting (PAAM), London UK, 26 -28 Oct 2017, 8, (2), 2018, pp29 - 29 Oral Presentation, 2018 DOI

Crealey M, Byrne, A, Food Refusal in Autism. Is it undiagnosed Food Allergy, Clinical and Translational Allergy, 5th Paediatric Allergy and Asthma Meeting (PAAM), London UK, 26 -28 Oct 2017, 8, (26), Springer Nature, 2018, pp55 - 56 Poster, 2018 DOI

Brosnan N. Oosthuizen L, Byrne A,, Introducing egg containing foods step by step., Clinical Translational Allergy. , FOOD ALLERGY and Asthma meeting , Dublin Ireland, 7, ((Suppl:1).43), 2017 Poster, 2017

Non-Peer-Reviewed Publications

Aideen Byrne, Best Practice and Demand Management in Allergy Testing, Association of Clinical Biochemistry and Laboratory Medicine Annual Meeting, St Vincent Hospital Dublin, 24th January, 2020, Dr Jennifer Brady Invited Talk, 2020

Aideen Byrne, Non Allergic Urticaria and Angioedema, Irish Paediatric Association, Clayton Hotel Galway, 9th December , 2018, IPA committee Invited Talk, 2018

Aideen Byren, Organising Allergy Care in Ireland, European Academy of Allergy and Clinic Immunology(EAACI), Munich Germany, 27th May, 2018, EAACI NAS committee Invited Talk, 2018

Research Expertise

Projects

  • Title
    • Prospective study of accidental food allergic reactions in Irish children attending an allergy clinic
  • Summary
    • Children with food allergy are at risk of accidental ingestion of allergenic food everyday. Parents and children are taught how to avoid and how to respond in an emergency. The severity of the reaction that they may experience is determined by many things and cannot be predicted. This risk of un-defined, sudden illness, acts as a psychological burden to children and their families. Perceiving all environments to be a threat to their children leads parents, often, to overprotect them, resulting in isolation and social exclusion and heightened anxiety on the part of the child. This is unacceptable at a time of development when social interaction is critical. To date, our knowledge on risks of food allergic reactions in different environments such as schools, day cares, is extrapolated primarily from data collected in other countries. This data is not necessarily directly applicable to similar environments in Ireland and may exaggerate or down play the real risk. The purpose of this study is to prospectively collect for 1 year, standardised data from patients (aged 2 to 16 yr) attending the Dublin allergy clinics, regarding accidental reactions, behaviours that led to the accident occurring, and the response taken by the families. These patients will all have previously been seen in our clinic, advised of their food allergies and trained in standard avoidance measures. The data collected will help us to better advice families, and other stake holders in child safety on the true nature of high and low risk environments for the Irish allergic childhood population. _ Aims: To establish the prevalence of accidental allergic reactions to food in children already identified as food allergic. To identify high risk environments in Irish society for children with food allergy. Objectives To identify and recruit food allergic children for this study Study design: In this study we will recruit patients and their parents from the allergy clinic at AMNCH with additional candidates recruited from the allergy clinic at Our Lady's Children's Hospital. These two clinics see all allergic children in the public system, from Dublin and Leinster and also numerous form the other 3 provinces. The rest are primarily seen in Cork University Hospital with small numbers also being seen in Galway University Hospital and Drogheda. Both new and return patients will be recruited while attending at the opd clinic and during day ward attendance. Patients who have attended the clinic in the past 6 months will have their case notes reviewed to establish if they meet criteria and will be contacted about the study.
  • Funding Agency
    • National Children's Hospital Foundation
  • Date From
    • SEP 2018
  • Date To
    • Feb 2021