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Have You Registered Yet for the World Allergy Congress?

Have You Registered Yet for the World Allergy Congress?

What will you take away from participating in the WAC 2015?

  • Earn up to 24 CME credits
  • New insights from Key Opinion Leaders provide new and exciting research: Ethan Shevach (United States), Gurjit Khurana Hershey (United States), Dean Metcalfe (United States), and Hirohisa Saito (Japan)
  • Highlights of the latest research and review of current theory and practice by a wide range of speakers
  • Networking experiences with international colleagues
  • Opportunity to meet the WAO and KAAACI Board Members
  • And much, much more

Register today to take advantage of the most comprehensive Congress in allergy and immunology this year.

We look forward to seeing you in Seoul!


Speaker Highlights

Dean Metcalfe, MD, Laboratory of Allergic Diseases, NIH/NIAID, Bethesda, MD

What do you like about attending WAO's Congresses?
"The WAO congresses and conferences provide the opportunity for clinical investigators from many cultures and backgrounds to share their research findings and to identify and institute collaborative research efforts. It further provides the practical opportunity for caregivers from around the world to obtain up-to-date information for clinical care."

What’s hot about the topic you are speaking on (The Identificiation and Treatment of Patients with Monoclonal Mast Cell Disorders)?
"The recognition that monoclonal mast cell disorders are more common than thought a few years ago and that they pose a significant diagnostic challenge."

What new findings and information will be given during your session?
"I will be presenting the latest in changes to the classification of monoclonal mast cell diseases, their diagnosis using new diagnostic approaches, and reviewing current therapeutic developments."

Attend the Keynote Session of Dr. Dean Metcalfe:
Friday, 16 October at 08:30 - 09:00 in Hall D2
Recent Publication: Activated mast cells synthesize and release soluble ST2-a decoy receptor for IL-33.


Gurjit Khurana Hershey, MD, PhD, Department of Pediatrics; Division of Asthma Research, Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center; University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH

What’s hot about the topic you are speaking on (The Statewide Ohio Pediatric Asthma Repository Collaborative)?
"It is the first statewide repository for asthma; it allows analysis of different hospital systems and practices and outcomes."

What new findings and information will be given during your session?
"I will share the most recent data regarding practices that promote the best health outcomes."

Attend the Keynote Session of Dr. Gurjit Khurana Hershey:
Thursday, 15 October at 08:30 - 09:00 in Hall D2
Recent Publication: Heterogeneity in asthma care in a statewide collaborative: the Ohio Pediatric Asthma Repository.


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