Sat, Jun 06 · 8:30

The European Academy of Allergy and Clinical Immunology (EAACI), one of the largest medical association in its field will offer a unique opportunity to learn about the latest discoveries in Allergy and Clinical Immunology at the EAACI Congress 2020. The congress activities will be articulated around the theme "Bridging innovations into allergy and asthma prevention". This is timely in perspective of the current unmet needs and rise in allergic diseases.

Attendance and participation in the EAACI Congress 2020 will provide a unique opportunity to be part of the modern allergology paradigm shift driven by new discoveries: endotype and theratype approaches that change not only the taxonomy but the way we perceive and manage the allergic disease. The interactive sessions and discussions are designed to meet the expectations of all participants and will provide a platform to stimulate the creativity of thousands of delegates, and the high-throughput screening of viable solutions.

A unique public outreach and engagement event will be held to raise awareness of allergy in the UK and Europe on the 6th June 2019. This will be in the format of an interactive debate between clinicians, scientists, patient organisations, policymakers and healthcare professionals. The event will be combined with a state of the art interactive clinical village with experts showcasing live demonstrations of state of the art approaches in patient diagnosis and management.

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Registration for EAACI members starts from : EUR 495.00,
Registration for non-members starts from : EUR 670.00,
Registration for EAACI junior members starts from: EUR 285.00,
Registration for participants with special rates starts from: EUR 310.00

Speakers: George du Toit (UK); Wayne Shreffler (US); Benjamin Marsland (AU); Irene Heijink (NL); Helen A Brough (UK); Emma Guttman Yassky (US); Marcus Maurer (DE); Kian Fan Chung (UK); Ioana Agache (RO); Patrick Holt (AU); Gideon Lack (UK); Philippe Gevaert (BE); Marek Jutel (PL); Mohamed Shamji (UK)