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PROGRAM

 

ALL SESSIONS WILL BE HELD IN ENGLISH

MAIN TOPICS

 

ALL PRESENTERS WILL SHARPLY PRESENT THEIR TOPICS WITH THE FOLLOWING STRUCTURE:

  • WHAT WE KNEW (ALREADY UP UNTIL A YEAR OR TWO AGO)
  • WHAT WAS (STILL) CONTROVERSIAL (A YEAR OR TWO AGO)
  • WHAT WE HAVE (RECENTLY) LEARNED
  • HOW WE CAN FILL THE (REMAINING) GAPS
  • WHAT WE SHOULD (NOW) DO (TO EXPLORE THESE ALLERGIES) OR SAY (ON THE CURRENT UNDERSTANDING OF THE DISEASE IN QUESTION)
  • KEY MESSAGES 

 

PLENARY SESSIONS

 

Pathways leading to atopic diseases and atopic multimorbidity 

 

ILC2 and asthma: what's new ?

 

Novel therapies in skin allergic diseases

 

Climate change, air pollution and health impact of airborne biological particles

 

 

 

PARALLEL SESSIONS

 

 

  • Latest updates on allergy diagnosis Ignacio ANSOTEGUI (Spain)
  • Food allergy prevention - does one size fits all? Kirsten BEYER (Germany)
  • New pathways in environmental allergies Frédéric DE BLAY (France)
  • Origins of asthma – genesis Luis CARABALLO (Colombia)
  • Latest updates on pediatric drug allergy Jean-Christoph CAUBET (Switzerland)
  • Latest updates on allergen immunotherapy Moises CALDERON (UK)
  • Latest updates on biomarkers and new therapeutics for asthma management Arnaud BOURDIN (France)
  • New strategies to fight food allergies Alessandro FIOCCHI (Italy)
  • Latest updates in multiple organ allergy involvement Jocelyne JUST ( France)
  • Food allergy diagnosis and management Motohiro EBISAWA (Japan)
  • Profiling reactions to chemotherapy and biologics Victoria CARDONA (Spain)
  • New approaches in anaphylaxis management Luciana KASE TANNO (France)
  • Latest updates in drug allergy Didier EBO (Belgium)
  • Latest updates on upper respiratory tract allergies Philippe GEVAERT (Belgium)
  • Understanding the pathophysiology of asthma Hamida HAMMAD (Belgium)
  • Cross talk between allergic response and cancer and/or food allergy mechanisms Erika JENSEN-JAROLIM (Austria)
  • Latest updates on microbiota and allergy interactions Harald RENZ (Germany)
  • Latest updates on spontaneous chronic urticaria Angèle SORIA (France)