Hurry to Register! Only 7 Days Left to Receive the Regular Discounted Registration Rate
23 September 2016
Hurry to Register!
Only 7 Days Left to Receive the Regular Discounted Registration Rate
Register today for WISC 2016 taking place 6-9 December, to take advantage of this rate. Join over 150 world class experts from 28 countries to hear about the latest research findings and clinical breakthroughs including new information about Staphylococcus aureus.
The discounted regular registration closes 30 September 2016.
Allergy Matters at WISC 2016!
Have you booked your hotel for Jerusalem? WISC 2016 is pleased to provide delegates with a variety of accommodation choices at reduced rates. To guarantee the special discounted rate, be sure to book your hotel reservation online prior to Friday, 07 October. Make your room reservation today. For hotel accommodation information and to book a room, click here.
Staphylococcus aureaus: new group of allergens and mode of action - Speaker Highlights
Claus Bachert, MD, PhD, Professor and Head of Clinics, Department of Oto-Rhino-Laryngology, University of Ghent, Gent, Belgium
Why do you like speaking/attending WAO conferences?
It keeps me updated on the important issues in our field!
What are you looking forward to at WISC 2016?
To meet friends and network in a great atmosphere!
What new findings or insights can attendees look forward to in your session?
It turns out that Staphylococcus aureus is an important driver of allergic disease and Type-2 inflammation. We were excited to find a new group of staphylococcal allergens and identify their mode of action!
Attend the Symposium Session of Prof. Bachert:
Tuesday, 6 December 2016 15:30 - 17:00
Symposium: The Microbiome and Airway Diseases
Session: "Allergens and Superallergens: The Immune Proteome of Staphylococcus Aureus"
Recent Publication: Staphylococcus serine protease-like proteins are pacemakers of allergic airway reactions.
Did you know...
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