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Allergies 2014

09 Jul 2014 - 10 Jul 2014 - London, UK



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Analyse industry developments and the future of allergy therapeutics

The launch event for Allergies is here and will be taking place on 9th July and 10th July 2014 in Central London. The market for Allergies is expected to reach $14.7 billion by 2015. As companies look to develop different compounds and antibodies to treat allergies, this event will mark the path forward in terms of allergies within personalised medicines and beyond.

We have worked in partnership with an expert advisory board which includes KOLs from Imperial College London, Swecure AB and GSK, to put together an exciting conference agenda.

The programme will examine key areas such as novel approaches in the treatment of allergy, therapeutic advances, allergic pathophysiology, current update on food allergies, the future of allergen-specific immunotherapy and challenges, allergy prevention, diagnosis and drug development plus much more. 

Reasons to Attend:

  • Key case study presentation from GSK on new therapeutic tools for allergies
  • Clinicians' perspective – advances in allergy diagnostics featuring Royal Free Hospital and Imperial College London
  • Allergy specialists – Dr Scadding and Dr Church present on new research and findings
  • Exclusive case study on the success of peanut allergy trials
  • Evaluate new breakthroughs in allergy treatment and gain understanding into guidance on development novel therapeutics
  • Analyse current and novel approaches of allergen-specific immunotherapy 

Key Speakers Include:

  • Daphne Tsitoura, Senior Medical Director, Clinical Drug Development / Discovery Medicine, GSK
  • Professor Alf Lindberg, Chief Scientific Director, Swecure AB
  • Dr Rainer Henning, CEO, Biomay AG
  • Dr Donna Finch, Principal Scientist, MedImmune
  • Dr Glenis Scadding, Honorary Consultant Allergist & Rhinologist, Royal National Throat, Nose and Ear Hospital
  • Calman Prussin, Principal Investigator, National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases(NIAID)
  • Professor Rudolf Valenta, Professor for Allergology, Medical University of Vienna

To register online or to download a brochure visit http://www.smi-online.co.uk/goto/allergies7.asp

Alternatively contact John Collins on +44 (0)20 7827 6734 or email jcollins@smi-online.co.uk




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