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The programme will consist of:
- State-of-the-art lectures
- Keynote lectures
- Invited lectures
- Expert sessions
- Interactive sessions
- Oral communications
- Commented posters sessions
To stress the interactive multidisciplinary character of the symposium, the programme will run plenary.
No parallel sessions will be organized.
Confirmed Faculty Members and Lecturers
- Mübeccel Akdis: Plasma cells and B regulation
- Evangelos Andreakos: Type I and type III interferons in anti-viral immunity and immune regulation
- Claus Bachert: Biologics will change the rhinologist’s world!
- Barbara Bröker: Staphylococcus aureus in airway disease: allergen – superallergen – superantigen?
- Lars-Olaf Cardell: Neuropeptides and innate immunity
- Adam Ceroi: Microvesicles in airway inflammation
- Eugene Chang: Viral infections in the development of chronic upper airway disease
- Stephen Durham: Novel approaches and the future of AIT
- Elien Gevaert: The many faces of Eosinophils in upper airway disease
- Hannah Gould: Local and systemic IgE repertoires in allergic rhinitis and nasal polyps
- Peter Howarth: What can we learn from the latest findings for asthma and COPD?
- Bart Lambrecht: Charcot-Leyden crystals in persistent airway disease
- Olga Krysko/Andrea Teufelberger: The interplay of the staphylococcal protease SplD and IL-33 in the development of allergic asthma in mice
- Newbold Paul: IL-5Ralpha antagonism in airway disease
- Ruby Pawankar: Microbiome and allergic disease in early life
- Harald Renz: Antisense therapy in upper airway inflammation
- Mohamed Shamji: Mechanisms in AIT – Latest update
- Robert Schleimer: Barrier function in CRSwNP ; Tissue remodelling and new ways of treatment
- Mohamed Shamji: Mechanisms in AIT – Latest update; Monoclonals in allergic rhinitis - Feld 1-specific IgG4 antibodies are effective!
- Koen van Crombruggen: ILCs one two three!