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Victoria Soriano

Victoria Soriano

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Role Research officer
Research area Population Health

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Available for student supervision
Victoria Soriano is a postdoctoral researcher and data manager at the Murdoch Children’s Research Institute, having recently completed her PhD in epidemiology at the University of Melbourne. She previously completed a Bachelor of Science in Biology (Hons) as her undergraduate degree. Her current research focus is the prevention of childhood food allergy through the evaluation of risk factors at a population level, using cohort and cross-sectional studies. Research into child health at a population level and the cascading effect this causes over the years has such potential to improve quality of life.
Victoria Soriano is a postdoctoral researcher and data manager at the Murdoch Children’s Research Institute, having recently completed her PhD in epidemiology at the University of Melbourne. She previously completed a Bachelor of Science in Biology...
Victoria Soriano is a postdoctoral researcher and data manager at the Murdoch Children’s Research Institute, having recently completed her PhD in epidemiology at the University of Melbourne. She previously completed a Bachelor of Science in Biology (Hons) as her undergraduate degree. Her current research focus is the prevention of childhood food allergy through the evaluation of risk factors at a population level, using cohort and cross-sectional studies. Research into child health at a population level and the cascading effect this causes over the years has such potential to improve quality of life.

Top Publications

  • Aini Suaini, NH, Yi, KQ, Ying, TJ, Soriano, VX, Colega, MT, Riggioni, C, Furqan, MS, Wei, PW, Xiu Ling, EL, Van Bever, HP, et al. Maternal and infant dietary patterns are not related to food allergy risk in Singapore children: GUSTO cohort study.. J Nutr 2024
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  • Parker, KM, Dang, TD, Wijesuriya, R, Soriano, VX, Lowe, AJ, Dharmage, SC, Loke, P, Tang, MLK, Allen, KJ, Koplin, JJ, et al. Longitudinal peanut and Ara h 2 specific-IgE, -IgG4, and -IgG4/-IgE ratios are associated with the natural resolution of peanut allergy in childhood.. Allergy 2024
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  • Peters, RL, Soriano, VX, Allen, KJ, Tang, MLK, Perrett, KP, Lowe, AJ, Wijesuriya, R, Parker, KM, Loke, P, Dharmage, SC, et al. The Prevalence of IgE-Mediated Food Allergy and Other Allergic Diseases in the First 10 Years: The Population-Based, Longitudinal HealthNuts Study.. J Allergy Clin Immunol Pract 2024
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  • Wai-Yan Leong, O, Perrett, KP, Loke, P, Koplin, JJ, Tang, MLK, Allen, KJ, Dharmage, SC, Soriano, VX, Lowe, AJ, Peters, RL. Reintroduction of peanut into the infant diet following negative peanut oral food challenges.. J Allergy Clin Immunol Pract 12(3) : 779 -782.e1 2024
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  • Parker, K, Wijesuriya, R, Dang, T, Soriano, V, Lowe, A, Dharmage, S, Loke, P, Koplin, J, Perrett, K, Peters, R. Longitudinal peanut and Ara h 2 specific-IgE, -IgG4 and -IgG4/-IgE ratios are associated with the natural resolution of peanut allergy in childhood. Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology 153(2) : ab33 2024
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