World Allergy Congress News & Updates

May 12, 2011
Contact: Marechiel Santos-Lang
msantos-lang@worldallergy.org
+1 414 276 1791
 

Participate in the scientific program of the leading global congress in allergy, asthma and clinical immunology!

Click here to submit your abstract before the deadline of 30 June 2011.

 

Now Available: Preliminary Scientific Program – Updated Version



An updated version of the Preliminary Program & Call for Abstracts of the XXII World Allergy Congress is now available. Click here to access an electronic file.

For the latest up-to-date development on the scientific programming of the congress, click here

 
 

Skin Diseases is the Topic for One of the 8 New Horizon Sessions!

New Horizon Sessions are the bookend sessions of the Congress. These sessions are designed to showcase the latest science in allergy, asthma and clinical immunology. Delegates will hear in-depth, varied perspectives on each topic from the premiere presenters in the field. New Horizons Sessions are scheduled as either half-day or full-day sessions on 4 and 8 December. 

Read more on speakers and topics on the  New Horizon Session - Skin Diseases, Sunday, 4 December.

World Allergy Congress 2011 at Affiliated Meetings

For the latest version of the XXII World Allergy Congress Preliminary Program and a chance to win free Cancun delegate registrations ($610 value), visit the WAC 2011 booth at the following worldwide scientific meetings!

19-22 May 2011 8th CoNaPeMe Mexican Confederation of Pediatrics Congress
Guadalajara, México
11-15 June 2011 30th Congress of the European Academy of Allergy & Clinical Immunology
Istanbul, Turkey

 

Did You Know?

  • Every year Cancún liberates more than 400,000 young turtles in to the sea?
  • In Quintana Roo, the state in which Cancún is located, there are more than 1,000 species of flora and almost 2,200 of fauna, and some of which are endangered species?

Join us in Cancún, México on 4-8 December 2011. Discover for yourself the many wonders of this destination before and after Congress hours.

Register Today for the Early Registration Rate!