19 – 21 Nov 2015 | Lisbon, Portugal
The growing universe of allergenic molecules being discovered and made available for diagnosis is one of the challenges molecular allergology faces today, stressing the need to bridge the gap between science and clinical practice. The ISMA scientific programme will help you fill this gap, travelling from symptoms to molecules, and back again. The scientific highlights will address structural and functional biology of allergens, new developments in diagnostic methods, the implications of molecular sensitisation profiles in epidemiological and intervention studies, and innovative molecular approaches in allergen immunotherapy. Each symposium will end with two selected oral abstract presentations, and poster sessions will be unopposed, thus providing presenters an appropriate stage.
This year’s Meeting also strives to be more interactive with special attention to clinical cases and to the use of CRD in the management of allergic patients in daily clinical practice.