The 17th EAACI Immunology Winter School 2019, a 3-day residential school in the mountainous setting of Trysil, Norway, will provide up-to-date novel insights into basic immune mechanisms of disease with a focus on allergy and asthma, but also cover clinical immunology.
The following six outstanding speakers will deliver keynote lectures on the topics listed below:
- Barbara Bohle, Austria – Clinical and immunological consequences of sublingual immunotherapy with recombinant allergens
- Andrew S. MacDonald, UK – Dendritic cells and macrophages in promotion and regulation of pulmonary type 2 inflammation
- Talal Chatila, USA – Regulatory T Cell subversion as a key pathogenic mechanism in allergic disorders
- Liam O’Mahony, Switzerland – The role of the microbiome in allergy and asthma
- Jenny Mjösberg, Sweden – Innate lymphoid cells in mucosal inflammation
- Edward J. Pearce, Germany – Dynamic metabolic reprogramming during macrophage activation
The goal of the 17th Winter School is to create a stimulating environment to discuss new allergy-related immunological concepts. Young scientists will have the opportunity to directly interact with well-known excellent researchers and to discuss their data with the keynote lecturers, EAACI Immunology board members and with each other. All keynote speakers and the faculty will be present during the entire meeting to provide plenty of time for discussions – during lunch or dinner, during winter outdoor activities and in the evenings at the poster sessions. In addition, the meeting is a great opportunity to make friends with other young scientists from all over the world!
Only those with accepted abstracts may register, so don’t miss the opportunity to submit your abstracts by 1 October 2018 at 24:00 CET.
More info at : https://www.eaaci.org/eaaci-meetings/allergy-schools/upcoming-allergy-schools/4302-winter-school.html