34th edition of the EAACI Congress 2015 in Barcelona, 6 – 10 June 2015
It is our pleasure to announce that registration and abstract submission is now open! Remember to submit your abstract before 15 January 2015 at 12:00 PM CET. Take advantage of the early bird discount, register before 4 February 2015, and save up to 20% on the registration fee.
The 8th EuroBAT Meeting
Thank you for attending the 8th EuroBAT Meeting which took place from 12 – 13 December 2014 in Munich, Germany. It was held in conjunction with the International Mast Cell and Basophil Meeting (IMCBM) for the second time. Read the abstracts that were presented here.
The Allergy Awareness campaign: first wave - allergic asthma
EAACI has launched an awareness campaign to help the society to better understand how allergy sufferers feel. The campaign will roll out through 2014-2015 and will highlight different types of allergies such as: asthma, food allergy and anaphylaxis, allergic rhinitis, allergen immunotherapy and skin allergy.
The EAACI European Affairs strategy
EAACI, as the leading European medical society focusing on allergy, has a key role to play in the formulation of health and research policy at a European level and, further to the opening of its Brussels’ EU liaison office, has recently streamlined its European Affairs strategy with the development of a dedicated Roadmap for European advocacy. Learn more at the November 2014 EU Affairs Monitoring Report.
Early Diagnosis and Treatment of Allergic Diseases in Childhood
The participants of this Allergy School will gain knowledge on critical judgement, early diagnosis and treatment of allergic disorders in childhood while at the same time interacting with peers and experts in the field in an open and collegial atmosphere. Register and submit your abstract now.
Molecular and Laboratory Asthma: A course for the practicing clinician
This Allergy School aims to provide a theoretical and practical insight into clinically relevant procedures used to diagnose and/or monitor asthma pathophysiology and pathogenesis. Register and submit your abstract now!