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Collaboration on Severe Asthma Activities

Activities of the Collaboration on Severe Asthma

Upcoming Symposia

EAACI Congress 2017

World Allergy Forum: Mechanisms and Complications of Severe Asthma
19 June 2017, 10:45 AM to 12:15 PM - Messukeskus Congress Center, Helsinki, Finland

Moderators: Mario Sánchez Borges, MD - Centro Médico Docente La Trinidad and Peter Hellings, MD, PhD - KU Leuven and University of Amsterdam

Fungal interference in severe asthma
David B. Corry, MD - Baylor College of Medicine

TSLP and IL-33 basic immunology/biology in severe asthma
Steven F. Ziegler, PhD - Benaroya Research Institute at Virginia Mason

Steroids and Vitamin D in severe asthma
Catherine M. Hawrylowicz, PhD - Guy's Hospital, King's College

Past Activities


World Allergy Forum: Stratified Medicine and Severe Asthma
4 March 2017, Atlanta, Georgia


Mario Sánchez Borges, MD - Centro Médico Docente La Trinidad and Thomas A. Fleisher, MD - National Institutes of Health

Personalized Approaches to Severe Asthma
Stephen T. Holgate, MD DSc FAAAAI

Understanding Responses to Therapies in Severe Asthma
Eugene R. Bleecker, MD FAAAAI

Understanding Phenotypes and Endotypes in Severe Asthma
Jan Lötvall, MD PhD FAAAAI

WAO International Scientific Conference (WISC 2016)
COSA Symposium: Severe Asthma
8 December 2016, Jerusalem, Israel

Peter Howarth, University of Southampton, United Kingdom
Neville Berkmann, Hadassah Hebrew University Medical Center, Israel

Severe Asthma Phenotypes and Fungal Allergic Respiratory Disease
Paul Greenberger, Northwestern University, United States

Aspirin Exacerbated Respiratory Disease
Shmuel Kivity, Tel-Aviv Sourasky Medical Center, Israel

Novel Therapies for Severe- Unresponsive Asthma
Elliot Israel, Brigham and Women’s Hospital, United States

Indian Academy of Allergy Conference (IAACON) 2016 Kolkata
COSA Plenary: Novel Therapies in Asthma and Allergy: Towards Precision Medicine
Giovanni Passalacqua, MD, University of Genoa
Saturday, 23 July 2016

EAACI Congress 2016 - Vienna, Austria
World Allergy Forum: Emerging Anti-Cytokine Therapies in Severe Asthma
Tuesday, 14 June 2016

Mario Sanchez-Borges, Centro Médico Docente – La Trinidad
Antonella Muraro, Padua University Hospital

Cytokine Families and Receptors as Targets for Treatment in Severe Asthma
Thomas B Casale, University of South Florida

Cytokine Disruptive Therapies in Severe Asthma
Sally E Wenzel, University of Pittsburgh

Eosinophilic Directed Therapies in Severe Asthma
William W Busse, University of Wisconsin

Interasma's World Congress on Asthma 2016 - Madrid, Spain
World Allergy Organization COSA Symposium: Approaches to Severe Asthma
Monday, 14 March 2016

G Walter Canonica, University of Genoa
Sergio Bonini, Second University of Naples

Cytokine Families and Receptors as Treatment Targets in Severe Asthma
Lanny Rosenwasser, Children’s Mercy Hospital

Small Airways in Asthma
Ignacio Ansotegui, Hospital Quirón Bizkaia

Acute Asthma Induced by Mite-Contamined Foods
Mario Sanchez-Borges, Centro Médico Docente – La Trinidad

American College of Allergy Asthma & Immunology - Annual Meeting
8 November 2015, San Antonio
Meet the Professor Breakfast
Lanny Rosenwasser (United States) presented on Severe Asthma

World Allergy Congress (WAC 2015)
COSA Symposium: Recent Understanding for New Mechanisms of Allergy and Airway Inflammation
16 October 2015
Symposium 12
Chairpersons: Lanny J Rosenwasser (United States), Mario Sanchez-Borges (Venezuela)

New Insights into Eosinophil-Mediated Immunupathology
Hans-Uwe Simon (Sweden)

Similarity and Difference between Th2 Inflammations
Deborah Strickland (Australia)

Clinical Phenotypes and Molecular Mechanisms of Severe Asthma
Koichiro Asano (Japan)

International Eosinophil Society
19th Biennial Symposium
Chicago, Illinois, United States, Thursday, 16 July 2015

Breakfast symposium presented by the World Allergy Organization

Cytokine Families in the Activation of Eosinophils in Severe Asthma
Lanny Rosenwasser, United States

Phenotypes of Severe Asthma: Role of Eosinophils
Eugene Bleecker, United States