Picture: Heather Bax, Giulia Pellizzari, Erika Jensen-Jarolim, Sophia Karagiannis, Debrah Josephs and Judit Fazekas

Congratulations to our AllergoOncology Task Force  members who were winners of EAACI 2015 Abstract/Oral Poster presentation under the following categories:

Judit Fazekas, Medical University Vienna, Austria

TPS 46 Molecular methods and their epidemiological applications in allergology 

Abstract 138: Radiolabeling and in vitro evaluation of a recombinant canine anti-cancer IgG 

Debra Josephs, King's College London, UK

PDS 16 Novel immune mechanisms 

Abstract 420: Production of recombinant rat monoclonal antibodies and design of a biologically-relevant model for the preclinical evaluation of IgE antibodies for cancer therapy 

Heather Bax, King's College London, UK

TPS 22 Mechanisms of autoimmunity and cancer 

Abstract 999: Monocyte activation and recruitment by IgE therapy against cancer 
Last updated 18 September 2015

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