3rd EAACI Davos Meeting in
Basic Immunology in Allergy and Clinical Immunology

3-6 February 2005
Davos, Switzerland

Main Topics
* Mechanisms of Allergy         
* Innate and adoptive immune response to allergens
* Models of allergic diseases

Keynote Speakers
Peter Krammer
Kim Bottomly
Raif Geha
Patrick Holt
David Gray
Marcus Manz

The meeting is organised for pre- and post-doctoral scientists and young members of the EAACI by the Immunology and Pediatric Sections.

Abstracts Submission: 1 November 2004 - 1 December 2004

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Last updated 14 July 2009

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The immune system is able to distinguish self from non-self and dangerous from harmless. Allergic diseases represent the most notable failure in this system. The understanding, the research, diagnosis and management of allergies are therefore always related to immunology. Biologicals are becoming available that can selectively correct overshooting immune reactions. At the same time the costs of treatments increase and personalized approaches along with a sophisticated biomarker diagnosis are required to focus expenses to those patients who are most likely to benefit from it.