16 - 17 October 2020
Digital Event

Scientific Programme

Scientific Programme


Programme information

The FAAM-EUROBAT Digital 2020 Scientific Programme will be delivered as streamed tracks and recorded scientific content available on demand.

The FAAM 2020 programme brings you the most recent research, opinion and best practice in the field of food allergy and anaphylaxis in children and adults, delving into the: 

  • Molecular and cellular mechanisms of food allergy and anaphylaxis 
  • Practicalities of diagnosis and patient management
  • Exciting new developments for prevention and treatment

The EUROBAT 2020 programme will include applications of BAT in food and insect allergy, drug hypersensitivity and urticaria as well as future and new developments.

Streamed tracks
A selection of the most exceptional sessions, to be delivered to you live from 16 – 17 October 2020. All sessions allow for interaction with the speaker(s) via the live chat function available throughout the duration of the presentations. The sessions of the streamed tracks will be accredited by UEMS-EAACME. A selection of presentations from the streamed tracks will be recorded and available for viewing during FAAM-EUROBAT Digital 2020 and 6 months thereafter.

On demand recorded scientific content
All the content originally included in the scientific programme prepared for the FAAM-EUROBAT event in Manchester. The FAAM-EUROBAT Digital 2020 recorded scientific content will be available to registered participants from 16 – 17 October 2020. The content can be accessed throughout the whole event period at any time. A selection of presentations from the recorded scientific content will be available for a period of 6 months after the event.

The following sessions will be covered within the streamed tracks:

EUROBAT:

  • Detection of allergenicity
  • Advanced methodology
  • Standardization and globalization of BAT

FAAM:

  • Genetic and environmental determinants of food allergy
  • Food allergy around the world
  • How much is too much of a food allergen?
  • The role of co-factors in severity of food allergic reactions
  • Food allergy: prevention, diagnosis and treatment
  • Diagnosis and management of non-IgE mediated allergy
  • Food allergens in food allergy diagnosis
  • Treating food allergy in 2020
  • Barrier immunology in food allergy
  • The immunological basis of food allergy
  • Microbial communities in food allergy
  • Oral abstract sessions

The following sessions shall be available as on demand recorded scientific content:  

EUROBAT:

  • Poster sessions

FAAM:

  • Socioeconomic impact of food allergy
  • New foods - new allergens?
  • Helping patients manage their food allergies
  • Practical implementation of EAACI prevention guidelines
  • Year in review: clinical science
  • Year in review: basic science
  • Revisiting the prevention of food allergy
  • Anaphylaxis
  • Poster sessions

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