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Kalendarium

2017

Fredagen den 20 januari kl 09.00 disputerar Berne Eriksson.
Plats: Academicum, Medicinaregatan 3, sal: Arvid Carlsson
Titel: COPD: Incidence, prognosis and comorbidity with special focus on heart disease

2016

Fredagen den 10 juni kl 13.00 disputerar Taral Rameshchand Lunavat.
Plats: Academicum, Medicinaregatan 3, sal: Arvid Carlsson
Titel: Extracellular vesicles and RNA interference in tumors

Fredagen den 20 maj kl 13.00 disputerar Erik Rönmark.
Plats: Konferenscentrum Wallenberg, Medicinaregatan 20A
sal: Europa.
Titel: The association between eczema, asthma and rhinitis - population studies of prevalence and risk factors among adults

2015

Torsdagen den 21 maj kl 09.00 disputerar Stig Hagstad
Plats: Academicum, Medicinaregatan 3, sal: Arvid Carlsson.
Titel: COPD Among Never-Smokers. Prevalence, Risk Factors and Comorbidities, The Obstructive Lung Disease in Northern Sweden (OLIN) Studies Thesis XIII
 

2014

Torsdagen den 8 maj kl 09.30 har Taral R Lunavat halvtidsseminarium.
Plats: Academicum, Medicinaregatan 3, sal: Birgit Thilander
Titel: Melanoma releases distinct RNAs in subsets of extracellular vesicles.

Fredagen den 4 april kl. 13.00 disputerar Carina Malmhäll.
Plats: Konferenscentrum Wallenberg, Medicinaregatan 20A
sal: Lyktan.
Titel: T cell subsets in asthma and allergy - role of glucocorticoids, plasticity and microRNA-155

2013

Torsdagen den 13 juni kl. 09,00 disputerar Cecilia Lässer.
Plats: Academicum, Medicinaregatan 3, sal: Arvid Carlsson.
Titel: Exosomes - characterisation of the RNA and protein cargo

Tisdagen den 11 juni kl. 13.00 disputerar Jonas Eriksson.
Plats: Academicum, Medicinaregatan 3, sal: Arvid Carlsson.
Titel: Prevalence, risk factors and comorbidity of rhinitis, asthma and aspirin-intolerance in West Sweden

Fredagen den 8 februari kl. 13.00 disputerar Maria Eldh.
Plats: Academicum, Medicinaregatan 3, sal: Arvid Carlsson.
Titel: Exosomes and Exosomal RNA - A Way of Cell-to-Cell Communication.

2012

Fredagen den 23 november kl. 13.00 disputerar Linda Ekerljung.
Plats: Hörsal Ivan Östholm, LNC, Medicinaregatan 13
Titel: Asthma in West Sweden - a translational study from epidemiology to proteomics.

2011

Torsdagen den 15 december kl. 13.00 disputerar You Lu.
Plats: Academicum, Medicinaregatan 3, sal: Arvid Carlsson.
Titel: Eosinophils, their progenitors and T helper cells in allergic airway inflammation.

Tisdagen den 18 oktober kl. 10.00 har Jonas Eriksson halvtidsseminarium. Plats: Academicum, sal: Ingegerd Eriksson, Medicinaregatan 3.
Titel: Studier av prevalens, riskfaktorer och samvariation för astma, rinit och salicylidiosynkrasi.

Fredagen den 16 september kl. 13.00 disputerar Malin Axelsson.
Plats: Academicum, Medicinaregatan 3, sal: Arvid Carlsson.
Titel: Personality and adherence to medication treatment.

Torsdagen den 28 april kl. 13.00-16.00 AllergiCentrums vårmöte.

Torsdagen den 10 mars kl. 16.30 möte i styrgruppen för Krefting Research Centre.

Måndagen den 7 mars kl. 13.00 har Carina Malmhäll halvtidsseminarium. Plats: Academicum, sal: Ingegerd Eriksson, Medicinaregatan 3.
Titel: T-hjälpar celler vid inflammation i luftvägarna, balans och flexibilitet.

Måndagen den 28 februari kl. 10.00 har You Lu halvtidsseminarium. Plats: Academicum, sal: Ingegerd Eriksson, Medicinaregatan 3.
Titel: Study of the balance of T helper cell subsets in response to eosinophilopiesis in airway allergic inflammation.

Torsdagen den 13 januari kl.  11:00 möte i styrgruppen för Krefting Research Centre.

Tisdagen den 11 januari kl. 15:00 har Cecilia Lässer halvtids-
seminarium. Sal: Ingegerd Eriksson,  Academicum, Medicinaregatan 3.
Titel: Study of RNA-containing exosomes in human: detection, characterisation and capacity for cell-to-cell communication.

2010

Fredagen den 17 december kl. 10:00 har Maria Eldh halvtidsseminarium. Sal: Ingegerd Eriksson, Academicum,
Medicinaregatan 3.
Titel: Role of shuttle of exosomal RNA between cells in oxidative stress.

Torsdagen den 16 december kl. 10:00 har Linda Ekerljung halvtidsseminarium. Sal: Ingegerd Eriksson, Academicum,
Medicinaregatan 3.
Titel: Translationell astmastudie från klinisk epidemiologi till proteomik syftande till att identifiera kliniskt relevanta astmafenotyper.

Torsdagen den 16 december kl. 12:00 möte i styrgruppen för Krefting Research Centre

Tisdagen den 2 november kl. 17:00 möte i styrgruppen för Krefting Research Centre

Kontakta Eva-Marie Romell om ni har fler datum att införa i detta kalendarium.


För internationella möten se nedan.

EAACI-nytt

Master Class on Practical Allergy Diagnosis

[2017-10-13]

Register for the Master Class on Practical Allergy Diagnosis taking place at Rauischholzhausen Castle near Marburg, Germany from 23 - 24 March, 2018. This master class will present cutting edge molecular, cellular and social media tools for allergy diagnosis in alternating theoretical and practical sessions.

[kendra.zuber@eaaci.org (Kendra Zuber)]

Register for the Master Class on Practical Allergy Diagnosis taking place at Rauischholzhausen Castle near Marburg, Germany from 23 - 24 March, 2018. This master class will present cutting edge molecular, cellular and social media tools for allergy diagnosis in alternating theoretical and practical sessions.

EAACI Congress 2018

[2017-10-19]

We look forward to welcoming you to the EAACI Congress 2018 in Munich from 26 - 30 May. Register and view the scientific programme for EAACI's flagship meeting. Submit a patent abstract by 28 February 2018.

[charalampos.kostaras@eaaci.org (Charalampos Kostaras)]

We look forward to welcoming you to the EAACI Congress 2018 in Munich from 26 - 30 May. Register and view the scientific programme for EAACI's flagship meeting. Submit a patent abstract by 28 February 2018.

Drug Hypersensitivity Meeting 2018

[2017-10-19]

Drug Hypersensitivy Meeting (DHM 2018) is the leading event of its kind, attracting up to 400 physicians and researchers from all over the world and will take place in the dynamic city of Amsterdam from 19 - 21 April 2018. Register

[charalampos.kostaras@eaaci.org (Charalampos Kostaras)]

Drug Hypersensitivy Meeting (DHM 2018) is the leading event of its kind, attracting up to 400 physicians and researchers from all over the world and will take place in the dynamic city of Amsterdam from 19 - 21 April 2018. Register

Master Class on Biologicals

[2017-10-19]

Join us in the wonderful city of Prague for this indepth EAACI Master Class entitled Personalised Treatments of Chronic Inflammatory Upper and Lower Airways Disease: Biologicals, Immunomodulators and Other Targeted Therapeutics from 13 - 14 April 2018. Register, submit your case reports, and view the programme.

[charalampos.kostaras@eaaci.org (Charalampos Kostaras)]

Join us in the wonderful city of Prague for this indepth EAACI Master Class entitled Personalised Treatments of Chronic Inflammatory Upper and Lower Airways Disease: Biologicals, Immunomodulators and Other Targeted Therapeutics from 13 - 14 April 2018. Register, submit your case reports, and view the programme.

Allergy School on Aerobiology and Pollution

[2017-10-13]

Join us for Allergy School Aerobiology and Pollution from 15 - 17 March 2018 in Dubrovnik, Croatia. The objective of this allergy school is to bring professionals state-of-the-art developments on pollen, mold, and airborne virus/bacteria detection and environmental exposure. Register and view the programme.

[kendra.zuber@eaaci.org (Kendra Zuber)]

Join us for Allergy School Aerobiology and Pollution from 15 - 17 March 2018 in Dubrovnik, Croatia. The objective of this allergy school is to bring professionals state-of-the-art developments on pollen, mold, and airborne virus/bacteria detection and environmental exposure. Register and view the programme.

Allergy School on Aerobiology and Pollution

[2017-05-04]

EAACI Allergy School on Aerobiology and Pollution
"The air that you breathe and allergies"
15 - 17 March 2018, Dubrovnik, Croatia

Organised by:

Working Group Aerobiology & Pollution (Environmental & Occupational Allergy Interest Group)
Working Group Infections (Basic & Clinical Immunology Section)

Dubrovnik Official Image

Educational Aims:
This school aims at bringing professionals the state-of-the-art in developments on pollen, molds, (airborne) virus/bacteria detection and environmental exposure. The basic immunology needed for these topics, 3 hands-on courses, and ample time for free discussions will also be provided. After the course, you will be able to judge (or perform testing on) the quality of the air we breathe, with a focus on the biological components and its impact on the immune system and the lungs.

Expected Learning Outcomes:
This allergy school will emphasize that air quality is about more than pollution, e.g. diesel particles or nitrogen oxide exhausts from cars. A neglected part in air quality is related to its biological components, including viruses, bacteria, pollen and molds and its subsequent effect on the immune system during exposure. For medical purposes, a more diverse composition of air needs to be considered, both indoors and outdoors. There is a growing awareness how microbial exposure during critical phases of early immune development can either prevent allergic disease, or when disease has already developed, may exacerbate inflammatory and clinical symptoms. The school will help professionals to improve their understanding in how air quality and airborne microbes, pollen and molds may affect the allergic patient and how they can better cope with their disease. The participants will understand the natural development of allergic diseases including genetic and environmental factors and how this is can be manipulated to prevent allergy and asthma.

The participants will:
  • grasp the concept of biodiversity and that pollen, molds and airborne microbes can have both beneficial and devastating effects on the development/exacerbation of allergic disease  
  • be updated on the latest insights in the development and epidemiology of allergic diseases and recognize crucial factors that can have an influence on the management of allergic disease
  • acquire understanding of the standard exposure assessment techniques
  • be updated on the latest e-health application developments relevant for allergic disease
  • be introduced to the complexity of big data handling, to understand the processes that need to be applied in environmental studies
  • be able to target their future career according the most modern developments in their field of interest

Target Audience:
The Allergy School is aimed at medical doctors, biologists, young investigators and climate change stakeholders, interested in air quality indoors and outdoors and environmental causes of allergic diseases. In order to achieve an intimate and collegial atmosphere, to leave plenty of space for discussion and obtain optimum conditions for practical aspects, the number of participants will be limited to 100 delegates.

Programme:

eaaci_download_programme_C.png

CME Accreditation:
An application will be made to the UEMS-EACCME® for CME accreditation of this meeting. Further information will be available at a later stage.
For more information regarding CME accreditation, please click here.

Abstract Submission:
The Organising Committee welcomes the submission of abstracts for Posters and Free Paper presentations at EAACI Allergy School on Aerobiology and Pollution 2018.

Submission of abstracts is not mandatory but encouraged. You can also attend the meeting by register here without submitting an abstract. Accepted abstracts will be presented as posters and oral abstracts. Extraordinary case-reports will also be considered. Applicants should submit original abstracts, not presented before.

Abstract submission is now closed.


Abstract Notification:
A notification letter to inform you whether your abstract has been accepted or not will be sent by 20 January 2018. If your abstract is accepted, you must confirm your participation to this meeting, register and pay before 4 February 2018.

Allergy School Venue and Accommodation
The Allergy School will take place at the Valamar Lacroma Dubrovnik.

Valamar Lacroma Dubrovnik
Ul. Iva Dulčića 34
20000, Dubrovnik
Croatia
Telephone: +385 52 465 000
Website

The distance from the Airport to the Hotel:
Airport Dubrovnik Ćilipi (DBV), Croatia, 17 km from Dubrovnik
Airport Split (SPU), Croatia, 211 km from Dubrovnik

Registration:

EAACI Junior Member          EUR 250
EAACI Member* EUR 350
Non-Member EUR 500

eaaci_register_here_C.png

*Only EAACI Members who have paid the full amount of their membership fee are entitled to this reduced rate. Please make sure to pay the EAACI membership before you register for this allergy school.

If you select the accommodation opt-out version, the amount of EUR 80.00 will be deducted from your registration fee. Please note, that if you have selected this option, EAACI will not be responsible for the booking or payment of your accommodation.

Should you change your mind and require shared accommodation after registration, EAACI cannot guarantee availability.

Registration for the Allergy School includes:
  • Accommodation in a shared twin room (two nights, 15 – 17 March 2018) if you select the accommodation opt-out version, NO accommodation will be booked for you.
  • Welcome reception on Thursday evening, dinner/social event on Friday
  • Lunch on Friday, coffee breaks on all days
  • Handouts from the Allergy School
  • The registration fee does not include travel costs

Travel Grants:
A limited number of travel grants will be provided to EAACI Junior Members who are the presenting authors of an accepted abstract. Upon submission your abstract will be automatically considered if you are a EAACI Junior Member (JM). In order to receive a travel grant you must be registered for the Training Course and your registration fee must be paid.

Those who are awarded a travel grant will receive travel costs refunded up to EUR 250.00 and will be reimbursed after the Training Course. Please note that a travel grant does not include the registration fee. The winners of a travel grant will be informed shortly after their abstract notification by the end of January 2018.

We are looking forward to seeing you in Dubrovnik.

Organising Committee

Jeroen Buters
Local Organising Chair

Tuomas Jartti
Local Organising Secretary

Hermelijn Smits
Working Group Infections Chair (Basic & Clinical Immunology Section)

Michel Thibaudon
Working Group Aerobiology & Pollution Chair (Interest Group Environmental & Occupational Allergy)

Contact Details:
EAACI Headquarters
Hagenholzstrasse 111
3rd Floor
8050 Zurich
Switzerland

For more information on the scientific programme please contact:
education@eaaci.org

For more information regarding logistics please contact:
events@eaaci.org

Please note: The purpose of an Allergy School is to allow a maximum amount of time for interaction between participants and speakers. For this reason we do not encourage accompanying persons. Should you wish to bring an accompanying person, EAACI cannot organise extra accommodation. Only registered participants are invited to social events. If you wish to extend your stay at the hotel or arrive earlier we ask you to liaise with the hotel directly.


Potential Conflict of Interest Declaration

The European Academy of Allergy and Clinical Immunology (EAACI) takes pride in offering scientific educational events of the highest standard. In accordance with UEMS criteria EAACI dutifully request all committee and faculty members to declare any interests they may have which could influence, or might be perceived to influence their judgement or behaviour.

Please click on the following links to view the respective Conflict of Interest forms.
- Committee
- Faculty

[charalampos.kostaras@eaaci.org (Charalampos Kostaras)]

EAACI Allergy School on Aerobiology and Pollution
"The air that you breathe and allergies"
15 - 17 March 2018, Dubrovnik, Croatia

Organised by:

Working Group Aerobiology & Pollution (Environmental & Occupational Allergy Interest Group)
Working Group Infections (Basic & Clinical Immunology Section)

Dubrovnik Official Image

Educational Aims:
This school aims at bringing professionals the state-of-the-art in developments on pollen, molds, (airborne) virus/bacteria detection and environmental exposure. The basic immunology needed for these topics, 3 hands-on courses, and ample time for free discussions will also be provided. After the course, you will be able to judge (or perform testing on) the quality of the air we breathe, with a focus on the biological components and its impact on the immune system and the lungs.

Expected Learning Outcomes:
This allergy school will emphasize that air quality is about more than pollution, e.g. diesel particles or nitrogen oxide exhausts from cars. A neglected part in air quality is related to its biological components, including viruses, bacteria, pollen and molds and its subsequent effect on the immune system during exposure. For medical purposes, a more diverse composition of air needs to be considered, both indoors and outdoors. There is a growing awareness how microbial exposure during critical phases of early immune development can either prevent allergic disease, or when disease has already developed, may exacerbate inflammatory and clinical symptoms. The school will help professionals to improve their understanding in how air quality and airborne microbes, pollen and molds may affect the allergic patient and how they can better cope with their disease. The participants will understand the natural development of allergic diseases including genetic and environmental factors and how this is can be manipulated to prevent allergy and asthma.

The participants will:
  • grasp the concept of biodiversity and that pollen, molds and airborne microbes can have both beneficial and devastating effects on the development/exacerbation of allergic disease  
  • be updated on the latest insights in the development and epidemiology of allergic diseases and recognize crucial factors that can have an influence on the management of allergic disease
  • acquire understanding of the standard exposure assessment techniques
  • be updated on the latest e-health application developments relevant for allergic disease
  • be introduced to the complexity of big data handling, to understand the processes that need to be applied in environmental studies
  • be able to target their future career according the most modern developments in their field of interest

Target Audience:
The Allergy School is aimed at medical doctors, biologists, young investigators and climate change stakeholders, interested in air quality indoors and outdoors and environmental causes of allergic diseases. In order to achieve an intimate and collegial atmosphere, to leave plenty of space for discussion and obtain optimum conditions for practical aspects, the number of participants will be limited to 100 delegates.

Programme:

eaaci_download_programme_C.png

CME Accreditation:
An application will be made to the UEMS-EACCME® for CME accreditation of this meeting. Further information will be available at a later stage.
For more information regarding CME accreditation, please click here.

Abstract Submission:
The Organising Committee welcomes the submission of abstracts for Posters and Free Paper presentations at EAACI Allergy School on Aerobiology and Pollution 2018.

Submission of abstracts is not mandatory but encouraged. You can also attend the meeting by register here without submitting an abstract. Accepted abstracts will be presented as posters and oral abstracts. Extraordinary case-reports will also be considered. Applicants should submit original abstracts, not presented before.

Abstract submission is now closed.


Abstract Notification:
A notification letter to inform you whether your abstract has been accepted or not will be sent by 20 January 2018. If your abstract is accepted, you must confirm your participation to this meeting, register and pay before 4 February 2018.

Allergy School Venue and Accommodation
The Allergy School will take place at the Valamar Lacroma Dubrovnik.

Valamar Lacroma Dubrovnik
Ul. Iva Dulčića 34
20000, Dubrovnik
Croatia
Telephone: +385 52 465 000
Website

The distance from the Airport to the Hotel:
Airport Dubrovnik Ćilipi (DBV), Croatia, 17 km from Dubrovnik
Airport Split (SPU), Croatia, 211 km from Dubrovnik

Registration:

EAACI Junior Member          EUR 250
EAACI Member* EUR 350
Non-Member EUR 500

eaaci_register_here_C.png

*Only EAACI Members who have paid the full amount of their membership fee are entitled to this reduced rate. Please make sure to pay the EAACI membership before you register for this allergy school.

If you select the accommodation opt-out version, the amount of EUR 80.00 will be deducted from your registration fee. Please note, that if you have selected this option, EAACI will not be responsible for the booking or payment of your accommodation.

Should you change your mind and require shared accommodation after registration, EAACI cannot guarantee availability.

Registration for the Allergy School includes:
  • Accommodation in a shared twin room (two nights, 15 – 17 March 2018) if you select the accommodation opt-out version, NO accommodation will be booked for you.
  • Welcome reception on Thursday evening, dinner/social event on Friday
  • Lunch on Friday, coffee breaks on all days
  • Handouts from the Allergy School
  • The registration fee does not include travel costs

Travel Grants:
A limited number of travel grants will be provided to EAACI Junior Members who are the presenting authors of an accepted abstract. Upon submission your abstract will be automatically considered if you are a EAACI Junior Member (JM). In order to receive a travel grant you must be registered for the Training Course and your registration fee must be paid.

Those who are awarded a travel grant will receive travel costs refunded up to EUR 250.00 and will be reimbursed after the Training Course. Please note that a travel grant does not include the registration fee. The winners of a travel grant will be informed shortly after their abstract notification by the end of January 2018.

We are looking forward to seeing you in Dubrovnik.

Organising Committee

Jeroen Buters
Local Organising Chair

Tuomas Jartti
Local Organising Secretary

Hermelijn Smits
Working Group Infections Chair (Basic & Clinical Immunology Section)

Michel Thibaudon
Working Group Aerobiology & Pollution Chair (Interest Group Environmental & Occupational Allergy)

Contact Details:
EAACI Headquarters
Hagenholzstrasse 111
3rd Floor
8050 Zurich
Switzerland

For more information on the scientific programme please contact:
education@eaaci.org

For more information regarding logistics please contact:
events@eaaci.org

Please note: The purpose of an Allergy School is to allow a maximum amount of time for interaction between participants and speakers. For this reason we do not encourage accompanying persons. Should you wish to bring an accompanying person, EAACI cannot organise extra accommodation. Only registered participants are invited to social events. If you wish to extend your stay at the hotel or arrive earlier we ask you to liaise with the hotel directly.


Potential Conflict of Interest Declaration

The European Academy of Allergy and Clinical Immunology (EAACI) takes pride in offering scientific educational events of the highest standard. In accordance with UEMS criteria EAACI dutifully request all committee and faculty members to declare any interests they may have which could influence, or might be perceived to influence their judgement or behaviour.

Please click on the following links to view the respective Conflict of Interest forms.
- Committee
- Faculty

16th EAACI Immunology Winter School

[2017-06-08]

16th EAACI Immunology Winter School
"Basic Immunology Research in Allergy and Clinical Immunology"
25 - 28 January 2018, Saas-Fee, Switzerland

Organised by the
Basic & Clinical Immunology Section
Saas Fee switzerland

The 16th Immunology Winter School on Basic Immunology Research in Allergy and Clinical Immunology will take place from 25 to 28 January 2018, in Saas-Fee, Switzerland.
Set in the spectacular setting of the Saas-Fee, in Switzerland, the meeting will follow previous Winter School’s structure, combining academic scientific discussions with winter sports.

Educational aims
The goal of this meeting is to cover advanced and up-to-date allergy and asthma related basic immunological concepts together with 70 selected young scientists in a friendly scientific environment. In addition, there will be free time for relaxation and to explore the alpine area between the morning and afternoon sessions.
This meeting has high scientific standards and is aimed at young researchers who are active in the fields of allergy and clinical immunology. Participation is by invitation only, on acceptance of your submitted abstract.

Expected outcome and potential impact on practice after this winter school
Participants will receive state of the art training on immunological mechanisms, which impact allergic and inflammatory responses. In addition, the interactive nature of the winter school provides a platform for establishing new collaborations and networks. So, attending this winter school, the participants will:

  • Learn about novel developments in immunology with a focus on allergy and asthma
  • Gain knowledge of other immunology research areas in allergy performed by other young investigators/research groups within EAACI
  • Present and discuss their work
  • Form research networks with other researchers
  • Young investigators will form new contacts with senior experienced researchers

Target audience
This meeting is intended for pre- and post-doctoral scientists and junior members of EAACI around the world, who are actively involved in basic immunology research in the field of allergy, asthma and clinical immunology.

CME Accreditation
The 16th EAACI Immunology Winter School, "Basic Immunology Research in Allergy and Clinical Immunology", Saas-Fee, Switzerland, 25/01/2018-28/01/2018 has been accredited by the European Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (EACCME®) with 15 European CME credits (ECMEC®s). Each medical specialist should claim only those hours of credit that he/she actually spent in the educational activity.

Scientific Programme
The well-established and interactive structure of the programme includes six keynote lectures, each of them followed by thematically grouped oral presentations by participants, selected according to their submitted abstracts. Furthermore, two poster sessions are planned.
Seventy participants will be selected based on the scientific quality of their submitted abstracts. These participants will be invited to register for the Winter School and to present their work either as an oral presentation or as a poster.

Keynote speakers at the Saas-Fee Winter School are:

  • Adrian Liston, Belgium
  • Mübeccel Akdis, Switzerland
  • Peter Ghazal, United Kingdom
  • Stephan Till, United Kingdom
  • Yvonne Huang, USA
  • Irene Heijink, The Netherlands

Topics covered:

  • Mechanisms of T Cell Homeostasis
  • Role of B Cells in Maintaining Tolerance
  • Immune-Metabolism Interactions
  • Immune Response to Allergen-Specific Immunotherapy
  • Microbiome-Host Interactions in the Lung
  • Epithelial cells in immunity-inflammation of asthma and COPD

Click below to access the scientific programme:

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Registration for EAACI members

  • Registration is only available for successful abstract submitters. 70 accepted abstract submitters will be invited to register.
  • Registration and accommodation will be covered by EAACI. Accommodation is provided at the Hotel Allalin in Saas-Fee in a shared twin room (3 nights) with breakfast and dinner. This hotel will also be the meeting venue.
  • Travel costs have to be covered by the participant.
  • A limited number of travel grants will be available and all participants will automatically be taken into consideration. A separate application is not required.
  • Please note that your EAACI membership must be fully paid-up.

The registration fee for non-members is EUR 300.

Abstract Submission
Rules for Abstract Submission
  • Abstract submission will open on 15th August 2017 and close on 1st October 2017 at 24:00 CET.
  • Only one abstract per applicant can be submitted.
  • Applicants should submit novel abstracts. No replication of previous Winter School abstracts (whole or in part) will be accepted.

Abstract Notification
You will be informed by email whether or not your abstract has been accepted by the end of October 2017 latest.

If your abstract has been accepted, you must confirm your participation and online register before 1 December 2017. A registration link will be sent out with the abstract notification letters.

Be aware that if you don’t register by 1 December 2017, your place will be given to another participant.

Please find here the abstratcs which will be presented during the Winter School 2018.

Accommodation
Hotel Allalin + Hotel Artemis
Lomattenstrasse 7 / Hanniggasse 1
3906 Saas-Fee
Tel: +41 27 958 10 00
E-mail: info@allalin.ch

Organising Committee

Liam O’Mahony
Local Organising Chair

Jürgen  Schwarze
Section Basic & Clinical Immunology Chair

Eva Untersmayr
Section Basic & Clinical Immunology Secretary

For more information on scientific and logistical aspects, please contact:
EAACI Headquarters
Hagenholzstrasse 111
3rd Floor
8050 Zurich
Switzerland
Tel: +41 44 205 55 33

Scientific aspects: education@eaaci.org
Logistical aspects: events@eaaci.org


Potential Conflict of Interest Declaration
The European Academy of Allergy and Clinical Immunology (EAACI) takes pride in offering scientific educational events of the highest standard. In accordance with UEMS criteria EAACI dutifully request all committee and faculty members to declare any interests they may have which could influence, or might be perceived to influence their judgement or behaviour.

Please click on the following links to view the respective Conflict of Interest forms.
- Committee
- Faculty

[charalampos.kostaras@eaaci.org (Charalampos Kostaras)]

16th EAACI Immunology Winter School
"Basic Immunology Research in Allergy and Clinical Immunology"
25 - 28 January 2018, Saas-Fee, Switzerland

Organised by the
Basic & Clinical Immunology Section
Saas Fee switzerland

The 16th Immunology Winter School on Basic Immunology Research in Allergy and Clinical Immunology will take place from 25 to 28 January 2018, in Saas-Fee, Switzerland.
Set in the spectacular setting of the Saas-Fee, in Switzerland, the meeting will follow previous Winter School’s structure, combining academic scientific discussions with winter sports.

Educational aims
The goal of this meeting is to cover advanced and up-to-date allergy and asthma related basic immunological concepts together with 70 selected young scientists in a friendly scientific environment. In addition, there will be free time for relaxation and to explore the alpine area between the morning and afternoon sessions.
This meeting has high scientific standards and is aimed at young researchers who are active in the fields of allergy and clinical immunology. Participation is by invitation only, on acceptance of your submitted abstract.

Expected outcome and potential impact on practice after this winter school
Participants will receive state of the art training on immunological mechanisms, which impact allergic and inflammatory responses. In addition, the interactive nature of the winter school provides a platform for establishing new collaborations and networks. So, attending this winter school, the participants will:


Target audience
This meeting is intended for pre- and post-doctoral scientists and junior members of EAACI around the world, who are actively involved in basic immunology research in the field of allergy, asthma and clinical immunology.

CME Accreditation
The 16th EAACI Immunology Winter School, "Basic Immunology Research in Allergy and Clinical Immunology", Saas-Fee, Switzerland, 25/01/2018-28/01/2018 has been accredited by the European Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (EACCME®) with 15 European CME credits (ECMEC®s). Each medical specialist should claim only those hours of credit that he/she actually spent in the educational activity.

Scientific Programme
The well-established and interactive structure of the programme includes six keynote lectures, each of them followed by thematically grouped oral presentations by participants, selected according to their submitted abstracts. Furthermore, two poster sessions are planned.
Seventy participants will be selected based on the scientific quality of their submitted abstracts. These participants will be invited to register for the Winter School and to present their work either as an oral presentation or as a poster.

Keynote speakers at the Saas-Fee Winter School are:


Topics covered:


Click below to access the scientific programme:

eaaci download programme C

Registration for EAACI members


The registration fee for non-members is EUR 300.

Abstract Submission
Rules for Abstract Submission

Abstract Notification
You will be informed by email whether or not your abstract has been accepted by the end of October 2017 latest.

If your abstract has been accepted, you must confirm your participation and online register before 1 December 2017. A registration link will be sent out with the abstract notification letters.

Be aware that if you don’t register by 1 December 2017, your place will be given to another participant.

Please find here the abstratcs which will be presented during the Winter School 2018.

Accommodation
Hotel Allalin + Hotel Artemis
Lomattenstrasse 7 / Hanniggasse 1
3906 Saas-Fee
Tel: +41 27 958 10 00
E-mail: info@allalin.ch

Organising Committee

Liam O’Mahony
Local Organising Chair

Jürgen  Schwarze
Section Basic & Clinical Immunology Chair

Eva Untersmayr
Section Basic & Clinical Immunology Secretary

For more information on scientific and logistical aspects, please contact:
EAACI Headquarters
Hagenholzstrasse 111
3rd Floor
8050 Zurich
Switzerland
Tel: +41 44 205 55 33

Scientific aspects: education@eaaci.org
Logistical aspects: events@eaaci.org


Potential Conflict of Interest Declaration
The European Academy of Allergy and Clinical Immunology (EAACI) takes pride in offering scientific educational events of the highest standard. In accordance with UEMS criteria EAACI dutifully request all committee and faculty members to declare any interests they may have which could influence, or might be perceived to influence their judgement or behaviour.

Please click on the following links to view the respective Conflict of Interest forms.
- Committee
- Faculty

Master Class on Practical Allergy Diagnosis

[2016-09-23]

EAACI Master Class on Practical Allergy Diagnosis
23 - 24 March 2018, Rauischholzhausen, Germany

Organised by:
Interest Group Allergy Diagnosis & Systems Medicine

MC 2018 Ebsdorfergrund Official Image

Educational Aims:
We present cutting edge molecular, cellular and social media tools for allergy diagnosis in alternating theoretical and practical sessions. Participants will have learned from experts how to apply these tools, and will have discussed them in small group seminars with faculty.

Expected Learning Outcomes:
Key aspects of allergy diagnostics will be covered in this master class, entailing both theoretical and practical considerations:

Target Audience:
Master classes require a higher level of professional experience and offers an excellent platform for the exchange of knowledge. However, age is not a criterion for exclusion.
The present master class targets senior members of the Academy, with an already established (at least minimal) experience and interest in clinical allergy diagnostics.

CME Accreditation:
The EAACI Master Class on Practical Allergy Diagnosis, Rauischholzhausen, Germany, 23/03/2018- 24/03/2018 has been accredited by the European Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (EACCME®) with 11 European CME credits (ECMEC®s). Each medical specialist should claim only those hours of credit that he/she actually spent in the educational activity.

Through an agreement between the Union Européenne des Médecins Spécialistes and the American Medical Association, physicians may convert EACCME® credits to an equivalent number of AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM. Information on the process to convert EACCME® credit to AMA credit can be found at www.ama-assn.org/education/earn-credit-participation-international-activities.

Live educational activities, occurring outside of Canada, recognised by the UEMS-EACCME® for ECMEC®s are deemed to be Accredited Group Learning Activities (Section 1) as defined by the Maintenance of Certification Program of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada.

A CME Certificate with the specific number of acquired credits will be sent to all participants after the meeting. Please make sure you scan your badge at the entrance in front of each session room, in order to obtain the CME credits.

For more information regarding CME accreditation, please click here.

Submission of Case Reports:
This master class will include interactive sessions/round table discussions in which case reports submitted by attendees will be addressed. Case reports can now be submitted by email to education@eaaci.org
Cases can be presented with or without slides and will be discussed with faculty and attendees.

Programme:

 

Topics Covered:

Venue:
Schloss Rauischholzhausen
35085 Rauischholzhausen
Germany 
Website
Telephone: +49 06424 301 100  

Registration

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Online registration will be available until the maximum capacity of 50 participants is reached.

Registration Fees:
Early bird registration fees until 11 January 2018:
EAACI Member* / EAACI Junior Member EUR 500.00
Non-Member EUR 800.00

Registration fee after 11 January 2018:
EAACI Member* / EAACI Junior Member EUR 600.00 
Non-Member EUR 900.00

The registration fee does NOT include travel costs and accommodation.

*Only EAACI Members who have paid the full amount of their membership fee are entitled to this reduced fee. Please make sure to pay the EAACI membership before you register for this master class.

Registration for the master class includes:

Accommodation:
There is a limited number of accommodation at the meeting venue available. The price for a single room is EUR 35.60 per person per night including breakfast. If you want us to reserve a room, please send an email with the dates of arrival and departure to events@eaaci.org.

Other hotel recommendation: http://www.zumstern.de/ (10 minutes walking distance and 2 minutes by car)

We are looking forward to seeing you in Rauischholzhausen!

Organising Committee:

Chrysanthi Skevaki
Local Organising Chair

Hans Jürgen Hoffmann
Organising Secretary

Paolo Maria Matricardi
Interest Group Allergy Diagnosis & Systems Medicine Chair

For more information, please contact:
EAACI Headquarters
Hagenholzstrasse 111
3rd Floor
8050 Zurich
Switzerland
Tel: +41 44 205 55 33

Scientific aspects: education@eaaci.org
Logistical aspects: events@eaaci.org


Potential Conflict of Interest Declaration
The European Academy of Allergy and Clinical Immunology (EAACI) takes pride in offering scientific educational events of the highest standard. In accordance with UEMS criteria EAACI dutifully request all committee and faculty members to declare any interests they may have which could influence, or might be perceived to influence their judgement or behaviour.

Please click on the following links to view the respective Conflict of Interest forms.
- Committee
- Faculty

EAACI Master Class on Practical Allergy Diagnosis
23 - 24 March 2018, Rauischholzhausen, Germany

Organised by:
Interest Group Allergy Diagnosis & Systems Medicine

MC 2018 Ebsdorfergrund Official Image

Educational Aims:
We present cutting edge molecular, cellular and social media tools for allergy diagnosis in alternating theoretical and practical sessions. Participants will have learned from experts how to apply these tools, and will have discussed them in small group seminars with faculty.

Expected Learning Outcomes:
Key aspects of allergy diagnostics will be covered in this master class, entailing both theoretical and practical considerations:

Target Audience:
Master classes require a higher level of professional experience and offers an excellent platform for the exchange of knowledge. However, age is not a criterion for exclusion.
The present master class targets senior members of the Academy, with an already established (at least minimal) experience and interest in clinical allergy diagnostics.

CME Accreditation:
The EAACI Master Class on Practical Allergy Diagnosis, Rauischholzhausen, Germany, 23/03/2018- 24/03/2018 has been accredited by the European Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (EACCME®) with 11 European CME credits (ECMEC®s). Each medical specialist should claim only those hours of credit that he/she actually spent in the educational activity.

Through an agreement between the Union Européenne des Médecins Spécialistes and the American Medical Association, physicians may convert EACCME® credits to an equivalent number of AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM. Information on the process to convert EACCME® credit to AMA credit can be found at www.ama-assn.org/education/earn-credit-participation-international-activities.

Live educational activities, occurring outside of Canada, recognised by the UEMS-EACCME® for ECMEC®s are deemed to be Accredited Group Learning Activities (Section 1) as defined by the Maintenance of Certification Program of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada.

A CME Certificate with the specific number of acquired credits will be sent to all participants after the meeting. Please make sure you scan your badge at the entrance in front of each session room, in order to obtain the CME credits.

For more information regarding CME accreditation, please click here.

Submission of Case Reports:
This master class will include interactive sessions/round table discussions in which case reports submitted by attendees will be addressed. Case reports can now be submitted by email to education@eaaci.org
Cases can be presented with or without slides and will be discussed with faculty and attendees.

Programme:

 

Topics Covered:

Venue:
Schloss Rauischholzhausen
35085 Rauischholzhausen
Germany 
Website
Telephone: +49 06424 301 100  

Registration

  eaaci_register_here_C.png

Online registration will be available until the maximum capacity of 50 participants is reached.

Registration Fees:
Early bird registration fees until 11 January 2018:
EAACI Member* / EAACI Junior Member EUR 500.00
Non-Member EUR 800.00

Registration fee after 11 January 2018:
EAACI Member* / EAACI Junior Member EUR 600.00 
Non-Member EUR 900.00

The registration fee does NOT include travel costs and accommodation.

*Only EAACI Members who have paid the full amount of their membership fee are entitled to this reduced fee. Please make sure to pay the EAACI membership before you register for this master class.

Registration for the master class includes:

Accommodation:
There is a limited number of accommodation at the meeting venue available. The price for a single room is EUR 35.60 per person per night including breakfast. If you want us to reserve a room, please send an email with the dates of arrival and departure to events@eaaci.org.

Other hotel recommendation: http://www.zumstern.de/ (10 minutes walking distance and 2 minutes by car)

We are looking forward to seeing you in Rauischholzhausen!

Organising Committee:

Chrysanthi Skevaki
Local Organising Chair

Hans Jürgen Hoffmann
Organising Secretary

Paolo Maria Matricardi
Interest Group Allergy Diagnosis & Systems Medicine Chair

For more information, please contact:
EAACI Headquarters
Hagenholzstrasse 111
3rd Floor
8050 Zurich
Switzerland
Tel: +41 44 205 55 33

Scientific aspects: education@eaaci.org
Logistical aspects: events@eaaci.org


Potential Conflict of Interest Declaration
The European Academy of Allergy and Clinical Immunology (EAACI) takes pride in offering scientific educational events of the highest standard. In accordance with UEMS criteria EAACI dutifully request all committee and faculty members to declare any interests they may have which could influence, or might be perceived to influence their judgement or behaviour.

Please click on the following links to view the respective Conflict of Interest forms.
- Committee
- Faculty

Master Class on Biologicals

[2016-09-23]

EAACI Master Class on Biologicals
Personalised Treatments of Chronic Inflammatory Upper and Lower Airways Disease:
Biologicals, Immunomodulators and Other Targeted Therapeutics
13 - 14 April 2018 Prague, The Czech Republic

Organised by:
Asthma Section, ENT Section, Basic & Clinical Immunology Section

MC Biologicals Prague

Educational Aims:
The increasing insight into the genetic, innate and adaptive mechanisms and their interaction with the environmental factors in asthma and allergic disease gives rise to targeted treatments. This master class will review and highlight important aspects and novel insights into the basic mechanisms and how they translate into the clinical presentation of (non) allergic asthma and rhinitis. In addition, novel targeted therapeutic options, including biologicals, anti-mediator drugs and immunomodulators, will be addressed while experience with these agents in clinical practice will be discussed in plenary sessions and workshops.

Expected Learning Outcomes:
We anticipate that the set up and the topics in this master class will broaden insights into the underlying mechanisms and the links to targeted therapeutic options for (non) allergic asthma and upper airway disease. The international exchange of clinical experience with these novel agents and discussions on potential future applications should create a platform to define unmet (research) needs.

So, attending this master class the participants will receive updates and gain insight into:

Target Audience:
Whereas EAACI’s allergy schools are tailored for more junior attendees, master classes require a higher level of professional experience and offer an excellent platform for the exchange of knowledge. However, age is not a criterion for exclusion.
This master class is intended for clinicians, researchers and lab specialists who want to learn more about Treatments of Chronic Inflammatory Upper and Lower Airways Disease, focusing on Asthma and Rhinitis.

CME Accreditation:
An application will be made to the UEMS-EACCME® for CME accreditation of this meeting. Further information will be available at a later stage.
For more information regarding CME accreditation, please click here.

Submission of Case Reports:
This master class will include interactive case reports and plenary discussion sessions in which case reports submitted by attendees will be discussed. Case reports can now be submitted by email to education@eaaci.org
Furthermore, the cases can be presented with or without slides and will be discussed with faculty and attendees.

Programme:

programme

The master class will be held over two days and will include lectures, workshops, practical discussions, and case presentations.

Topics covered:

Venue
The master class will take place at the Lindner Hotel Prague Castle at one of the most beautiful locations in Prague.
Address:
Lindner Hotel Prague Castle
Strahovska 128
118 00 Prague
Czech Republic
Website

If you wish to accommodate at the Lindner Hotel Prague Castle for a price of EUR 125 (price per room including breakfast, single occupancy, per night) please fill this form, and send it directly to the hotel at the address provided in the form.

Please note that EAACI cannot be held responsible for any accommodation request/refund.

Registration:
Online registration will be available until the maximum capacity of 50 participants is reached.

eaaci_register_here_C.png

Registration Fees:
Early bird registration fees until 2 February 2018:
EAACI Member* / EAACI Junior Member EUR 500.00
Non-Member EUR 800.00

Registration fee after 2 February 2018:
EAACI Member* / EAACI Junior Member EUR 600.00
Non-Member EUR 900.00

*Only EAACI Members who have paid the full amount of their membership fee are entitled to this reduced fee. Please make sure to pay the EAACI membership before you register for this Master Class.

Registration for the Master Class includes:

The registration fee does not include travel costs and accommodation.

Official Italian Agency  for AIFA Procedure
Any Italian pharmaceutical company supporting or participating in a congress abroad, is subjected to an authorization by AIFA (Italian Drug Agency), according to an Italian Government Decree (Decreto Legislativo 219/06 – art. 124).
The request of authorization must be submitted within  60 days before the starting date of the event. The appointed agency to collect all applications from pharmaceutical companies and file them with the AIFA is:

AIM Group International -  AIM Education S.r.l.
Valentina Disabato/Cristina Ghidoli
Via G. Ripamonti, 129
20141 Milan, Italy
Tel. +39 02 56601.1
FAX +39 02-70048585
e-mail: aifa@aimgroup.eu

We are looking forward to seeing you in Prague.

Organising Committee

Zuzana Diamant
Local Organising Chair

Oscar Palomares Gracia
Local Organising Secretary

Philippe Gevaert
ENT Section Chair

Martina Vasakova
Asthma Section Board Member

For more information, please contact:
EAACI Headquarters
Hagenholzstrasse 111
3rd Floor
8050 Zurich
Switzerland
Tel: +41 44 205 55 33

Scientific aspects: education@eaaci.org
Logistical aspects: events@eaaci.org



Potential Conflict of Interest Declaration
The European Academy of Allergy and Clinical Immunology (EAACI) takes pride in offering scientific educational events of the highest standard. In accordance with UEMS criteria EAACI dutifully request all committee and faculty members to declare any interests they may have which could influence, or might be perceived to influence their judgement or behaviour.

Please click on the following links to view the respective Conflict of Interest forms.
- Committee
- Faculty

EAACI Master Class on Biologicals
Personalised Treatments of Chronic Inflammatory Upper and Lower Airways Disease:
Biologicals, Immunomodulators and Other Targeted Therapeutics
13 - 14 April 2018 Prague, The Czech Republic

Organised by:
Asthma Section, ENT Section, Basic & Clinical Immunology Section

MC Biologicals Prague

Educational Aims:
The increasing insight into the genetic, innate and adaptive mechanisms and their interaction with the environmental factors in asthma and allergic disease gives rise to targeted treatments. This master class will review and highlight important aspects and novel insights into the basic mechanisms and how they translate into the clinical presentation of (non) allergic asthma and rhinitis. In addition, novel targeted therapeutic options, including biologicals, anti-mediator drugs and immunomodulators, will be addressed while experience with these agents in clinical practice will be discussed in plenary sessions and workshops.

Expected Learning Outcomes:
We anticipate that the set up and the topics in this master class will broaden insights into the underlying mechanisms and the links to targeted therapeutic options for (non) allergic asthma and upper airway disease. The international exchange of clinical experience with these novel agents and discussions on potential future applications should create a platform to define unmet (research) needs.

So, attending this master class the participants will receive updates and gain insight into:

Target Audience:
Whereas EAACI’s allergy schools are tailored for more junior attendees, master classes require a higher level of professional experience and offer an excellent platform for the exchange of knowledge. However, age is not a criterion for exclusion.
This master class is intended for clinicians, researchers and lab specialists who want to learn more about Treatments of Chronic Inflammatory Upper and Lower Airways Disease, focusing on Asthma and Rhinitis.

CME Accreditation:
An application will be made to the UEMS-EACCME® for CME accreditation of this meeting. Further information will be available at a later stage.
For more information regarding CME accreditation, please click here.

Submission of Case Reports:
This master class will include interactive case reports and plenary discussion sessions in which case reports submitted by attendees will be discussed. Case reports can now be submitted by email to education@eaaci.org
Furthermore, the cases can be presented with or without slides and will be discussed with faculty and attendees.

Programme:

programme

The master class will be held over two days and will include lectures, workshops, practical discussions, and case presentations.

Topics covered:

Venue
The master class will take place at the Lindner Hotel Prague Castle at one of the most beautiful locations in Prague.
Address:
Lindner Hotel Prague Castle
Strahovska 128
118 00 Prague
Czech Republic
Website

If you wish to accommodate at the Lindner Hotel Prague Castle for a price of EUR 125 (price per room including breakfast, single occupancy, per night) please fill this form, and send it directly to the hotel at the address provided in the form.

Please note that EAACI cannot be held responsible for any accommodation request/refund.

Registration:
Online registration will be available until the maximum capacity of 50 participants is reached.

eaaci_register_here_C.png

Registration Fees:
Early bird registration fees until 2 February 2018:
EAACI Member* / EAACI Junior Member EUR 500.00
Non-Member EUR 800.00

Registration fee after 2 February 2018:
EAACI Member* / EAACI Junior Member EUR 600.00
Non-Member EUR 900.00

*Only EAACI Members who have paid the full amount of their membership fee are entitled to this reduced fee. Please make sure to pay the EAACI membership before you register for this Master Class.

Registration for the Master Class includes:

The registration fee does not include travel costs and accommodation.

Official Italian Agency  for AIFA Procedure
Any Italian pharmaceutical company supporting or participating in a congress abroad, is subjected to an authorization by AIFA (Italian Drug Agency), according to an Italian Government Decree (Decreto Legislativo 219/06 – art. 124).
The request of authorization must be submitted within  60 days before the starting date of the event. The appointed agency to collect all applications from pharmaceutical companies and file them with the AIFA is:

AIM Group International -  AIM Education S.r.l.
Valentina Disabato/Cristina Ghidoli
Via G. Ripamonti, 129
20141 Milan, Italy
Tel. +39 02 56601.1
FAX +39 02-70048585
e-mail: aifa@aimgroup.eu

We are looking forward to seeing you in Prague.

Organising Committee

Zuzana Diamant
Local Organising Chair

Oscar Palomares Gracia
Local Organising Secretary

Philippe Gevaert
ENT Section Chair

Martina Vasakova
Asthma Section Board Member

For more information, please contact:
EAACI Headquarters
Hagenholzstrasse 111
3rd Floor
8050 Zurich
Switzerland
Tel: +41 44 205 55 33

Scientific aspects: education@eaaci.org
Logistical aspects: events@eaaci.org



Potential Conflict of Interest Declaration
The European Academy of Allergy and Clinical Immunology (EAACI) takes pride in offering scientific educational events of the highest standard. In accordance with UEMS criteria EAACI dutifully request all committee and faculty members to declare any interests they may have which could influence, or might be perceived to influence their judgement or behaviour.

Please click on the following links to view the respective Conflict of Interest forms.
- Committee
- Faculty

About Us

[2014-04-16]

534Welcome to the Insect Hypersensitivity Interest Group

From the EAACI Bylaws

In order to allow EAACI to influence and keep updated information on matters related to allergy and clinical immunology, it has been decided to create “Interest Groups”. An Interest Group represents an area of general interest within allergology that is not well covered by any one of the EAACI Sections.

Announcement:
You may be interested in participating in our EAACI multicenter study EADOAS, that is about to start. EADOAS means “The effect of antihypertensive drugs on severity of anaphylaxis and side –effects during venom immunotherapy”. A sufficiently powered study on the effect of antihypertensive drugs is urgently needed. This will be the first well planned study on this topic. We plan to enroll 1319 patients, which is a lot, and we therefore would be happy, if you can join the study group. Please feel free to inform other interested centers. If you would like to join, you should be able to: - Include at least 30 patients. Most of them should get VIT, and 25-30% should take beta blockers and/or ACE inhibitors during VIT
- To obtain approval of your local ethical review board
- To create an informed consent form in your language based on the protocol and according to your local policies (German is available)
- To perform standard diagnostic procedures to diagnose hymenoptera venom allergy and to perform VIT.
- To store at least 2ml serum per patient at -20°C for further analysis (shipment costs will be covered)
- To provide personal resources to enroll patients in the study and to complete paper and e-CRFs
For further information, send an email to the leader of this interesting project Dr. Gunter Sturm: gunter.sturm@medunigraz.at

Announcement:
The cross-cultural validation of the Vespid Quality of Life Questionnaire (VQLQ) is in progress.
Would you like to collaborate in this interesting project? Send an email to (j.n.g.oude.elberink@umcg.nl)
Thank you very much

[dario.antolin@gmail.com (Dario Antolin)]534Welcome to the Insect Hypersensitivity Interest Group

From the EAACI Bylaws

In order to allow EAACI to influence and keep updated information on matters related to allergy and clinical immunology, it has been decided to create “Interest Groups”. An Interest Group represents an area of general interest within allergology that is not well covered by any one of the EAACI Sections.

Announcement:
You may be interested in participating in our EAACI multicenter study EADOAS, that is about to start. EADOAS means “The effect of antihypertensive drugs on severity of anaphylaxis and side –effects during venom immunotherapy”. A sufficiently powered study on the effect of antihypertensive drugs is urgently needed. This will be the first well planned study on this topic. We plan to enroll 1319 patients, which is a lot, and we therefore would be happy, if you can join the study group. Please feel free to inform other interested centers. If you would like to join, you should be able to: - Include at least 30 patients. Most of them should get VIT, and 25-30% should take beta blockers and/or ACE inhibitors during VIT
- To obtain approval of your local ethical review board
- To create an informed consent form in your language based on the protocol and according to your local policies (German is available)
- To perform standard diagnostic procedures to diagnose hymenoptera venom allergy and to perform VIT.
- To store at least 2ml serum per patient at -20°C for further analysis (shipment costs will be covered)
- To provide personal resources to enroll patients in the study and to complete paper and e-CRFs
For further information, send an email to the leader of this interesting project Dr. Gunter Sturm: gunter.sturm@medunigraz.at

Announcement:
The cross-cultural validation of the Vespid Quality of Life Questionnaire (VQLQ) is in progress.
Would you like to collaborate in this interesting project? Send an email to (j.n.g.oude.elberink@umcg.nl)
Thank you very much

Kontaktinformation

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