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Tatiana Slavyanskaya, MD, PhD

Tatiana Slavyanskaya, is a Member of the Board of Directors of the World Allergy Organization from (2010 –present), WAO ESP Vice-Chair and a member of the WAO Centers of Excellence Task Force. Prof. Slavyanskaya is a member of the EAACI, AAAAI; Vice-President of the CIS Society of Allergology & Immunology and Secretary General of the CIS Society of physiologists; President of INTERASMA – CIS-Chapter. She is Professor of the Department of Allergology & Immunology of the Russian University; Deputy Director and Head of Department of Allergology & Clinical Immunology of the Institute of Immunophysiology in Moscow.

Prof. Slavyanskaya graduated from the State Medical Universities (medical-prophylactic and therapeutic faculties) in Russia. In 1983, she received the academic title of a candidate of medical sciences, in 1999- doctor of medical sciences, in 2002 – full professor.

She is Associate Editor in Chief of the Russian version of the "WAO Journal" and the Journal "Allergology and Immunology”; a member of Editorial Board of the 3 Journals; Immunophysiology. Immunorehabilitation and Clinical Immunology & Allergology" of Russian Academy of Sciences,Journal of Asthma and International Journal on Immunorehabilitation.

Prof. Slavyanskaya has published more than 250 journal articles/review/abstracts; has 5 Russian Patents for Inventions, has prepared numerous author presentations/posters/ lectures at the national/ international levels. Prof. Slavyanskaya was the Secretary General of more than 30 top scientific forums on Allergy & Clinical Immunology. She took an active part in the organization and initiated the creation of 12 National Societies, Allergy and immunology in all CIS countries as well as the accession of most of them to the WAO.

Professional research interests and areas of expertise of Prof. Slavyanskaya are: epidemiology, immunopathological mechanisms and problems of diagnostics/treatment of allergic diseases; physiology and pathophysiology of the respiratory system; cellular technology; immunological screening, dermatology; pulmonology, allergovaccines.