Scientific Program

Educational Objectives

  • To provide insights on the current trends of allergic diseases
  • To highlight the most recent advances in the treatment of allergy and asthma
  • To update the management of drug allergy in children and adults
  • To present the current evidences for the use of allergen specific immunotherapy
  • To provide a forum for discussion of regulatory aspects of allergen immunotherapy, biologics, and biosimilars
  • To identify unmet needs and areas of research priorities

Scientific Program Highlights

  • Allergy Across The World
  • Allergy as a Systemic Disease
  • Severe And Difficult To Control Allergic/Immunologic Diseases
  • Biologicals And other Advanced Therapeutics
  • Cracking Down on Allergic & Non-Allergic Rhinitis
  • Chronic Rhinosinusitis: Mechanistic and Biological Approaches
  • Asthma Across the Age Spectrum 
  • Asthma Biomarkers: From Laboratory to Clinical Application
  • Epigenetics in the Pathogenesis of Allergy
  • Primary Immunodeficiency & Eosinophilic Disease in Primary Care
  • Indoor Air Pollution and Environmental Allergy
  • Allergen Immunotherapy for Respiratory & Non-respiratory Allergy
  • Anaphylaxis in-depth
  • Allergy Diagnostics: Suspect, Test, Interpret and Apply
  • Chronic Urticaria & Hereditary Angioedema  
  • Atopic Dermatitis in Daily Practice
  • Timely and Controversial Issues in Food Allergy 

 

Important Dates

Online Registration Opens
Open Now!

Abstract Submission Opens
Open Now!

Abstract Submission Closes
20 March 2019

Online Registration Closes
20 March 2019

On-site Registration Begins
4 April 2019

WISC 2019
4-6 April 2019