EAACI 2016 – Waltzing with allergens
“We are very much looking forward to hosting the EAACI Congress 2016 from June 11-15, and to welcoming you to the beautiful city of Vienna. Vienna was an important Central European city even in ancient Roman times, and it has been for centuries a world centre for music and the fine arts”. Read the full welcome message by the EAACI 2016 Congress Chair, Barbara Bohle, or visit the EAACI 2016 website. We are looking forward to seeing you in Vienna for the allergy highpoint of 2016!
6th International Symposium on Molecular Allergology, Lisbon
Submit your abstract to ISMA 2015, taking place from 19 - 21 November 2015 in Lisbon, Portugal. The scientific highlights include “Mono-, oligo- or multi-plex? Scientific and public health perspectives” by Robert Hamilton and among the top-speakers are Rudolf Valenta, Austria, and Markus Ollert, Luxembourg. Join them and other top-researchers in Lisbon! Accepted abstract will be published in Clinical Translational Allergy.
Upcoming EAACI Allergy Schools
The abstract submission for the Immunology Winter School is now open! Registration is only possible if you have your abstract selected and is free of charge for EAACI Members. You can also read more about the upcoming Allergy School on Allergen Immunotherapy (AIT) in Rungstedgaard near Copenhagen, Denmark, 7 – 9 April 2016, which aims to give a scientific and clinical overview of AIT. Reduced fee for Junior Members on all Allergy Schools.
New ICON release
The International consensus (ICON) statement on allergen immunotherapy (AIT) is the most recent document prepared by a multinational group of experts reviewing the available literature and formulating the key statements for AIT. The ICON brings digested views, combining scientific evidence with expert opinion. It is aimed to provide a benchmark for all health care professionals and is the most complete document to consider the current facts and problems of AIT. Read more.
Leading science - quality journals
All EAACI members have the possibility to access the EAACI journals. Allergy aims to promote and maintain contact between basic and clinical allergy and immunology. Pediatric Allergy and Immunology (PAI) is a worldwide leading journal in pediatric allergy. Clinical Translational Allergy is an open-access online journal, which accepts scientific papers and reviews in the allergy field. Access the journals on the EAACI website where you can also find further information and highlights.
4th Pediatric Allergy and Asthma Meeting, Berlin
PAAM 2015 takes place October 15-17 in Berlin. The programme will cover contemporary aspects of asthma, food allergy, anaphylaxis, atopic eczema, immunotherapy and eosinophilic gastrointestinal disorders. Register for PAAM 2015, the deadline for the middle-registration fee is 20 September. Follow the hashtag #PAAM2015 on Twitter and Facebook and be part of the virtual conversation that is already taking place!