16 - 17 October 2020
Digital Event

Scientific Programme

Oral Presentations

1 The usefulness of Nasal Allergen Challenge in the diagnosis of shrimp allergy Sònia Gelis Diagnosis
2 Walnut allergy across Europe: Allergen sensitization patterns and prediction of severity Sarah Lyons Food Allergens
3 Role of glycolipids in IgE-responses towards α-Gal in patients with red meat allergy Neera Chakrapani Food Allergens
4 IgE to hazelnut allergen components does not predict hazelnut challenge outcome in Dutch adults Sarah Lyons Food Allergens
5 Dietary composition in adult eosinophilic esophagitis patients is related to disease severity Sanne Wielders Food Allergens
6 Omalizumab for Ig-E mediated food allergy: A systematic review and meta-analysis Zuberbier Torsten Management of Food Allergy
7 Compiling a consensus database for ThRall Chloe French Management of Food Allergy
8 Coping strategies used by parents of children with food allergy predict quality of life and mental health: A multi-national study Rebecca Knibb Management of Food Allergy
9 Allergen labeling: Current practice and improvement from a communication perspective Marty Blom Management of Food Allergy

1 Perceptions of adolescents and young adults with allergy and/or asthma and their parents on recommendations about transitional care: A European survey Audrey Dunn Galvin Day to day patient care
2 Altered B cell responses to IL-10 and decreased peripheral regulatory B cells in food-allergic children Adora Lin Molecular and Cellular Mechanisms
3 Spectral flow cytometry as a valuable tool to explore diversity and functionality of allergen-specific T cells in food allergies Daniel Lozano-Ojalvo Molecular and Cellular Mechanisms
4 Dietary composition in peanut allergic children is related to threshold levels in oral food challenge tests Daisy Luiten Nutrition and the microbiome
5 Increased and enriched Bifidobacterium community in gut microbiota of infants with IgE-mediated CMA receiving a specific synbiotic-containing amino acid-based formula Harm Wopereis Nutrition and the microbiome
6 Skin care interventions for primary prevention of eczema and food allergy: results from an individual participant data meta-analysis Maeve M Kelleher Prevention
7 Food allergic families, particularly those with staple food allergy, report increased time and difficulty procuring food during the COVID-19 pandemic Jennifer Protudjer Socioeconomic and eHealth Aspects of Food Allergy
8 The infant gut microbiota matures with the introduction of solid foods, however there is no relationship with IgE-mediated food allergy Tom Marrs Nutrition and the microbiome
9 Heavy chain complementarity-determining region 3 of peanut 2S albumin specific antibodies: Distinction between peanut allergy and tolerance? Anna Ehlers Diagnosis
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