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Allergy 2018

About Conference

ConferenceSeries LLC is pleased to invite you to participate in the “World Congress on Allergy and Immunotherapy” to be held during May 28-29, 2018 in Osaka, Japan with a theme “Recent Advancements on Allergy and Immunotherapy”. ConferenceSeries LLC organizes 1000+ Conferences every year across USA, Europe & Asia with support from 1000 more scientific Societies and Publishes 700+ Open Access Journals which contains over 50000 eminent personalities, reputed scientists as editorial board members.

Allergy 2018 provides unique networking opportunities for researchers and practitioners from all around the world to share the latest research and advancement in the field of hypersensitivity & immunotherapy. Allergy 2018 Conference is a global platform to discuss and learn about, exchange research evidence, innovative ideas and models of best practice. Allergy 2018 covers a wide range of hypersensitivity and immunotherapy topics such as asthma, skin allergy, food allergy, drug allergy, cancer immunotherapy, cellular immunotherapy and many more. The Allergy 2018 organizing committee is confident that participants will benefit from the scientific sessions. We welcome all the researchers/practitioners to join us at Osaka, Japan for two days of stimulating discussions, knowledge sharing, and networking events.

Why to Attend???

Allergy conferences provides a global platform for global networking and exchanging latest innovations in hypersensitivity and immunotherapy, offering opportunity to attend the presentations delivered by eminent experts from all over the world.

Participating in allergy conferences gives a way to meet, interact with, and make contacts with other experts in your specialty area. Most conferences will have authors, researchers, or clinicians who are recognized experts in the field.

Target Audience:

  • Professors
  • Doctors
  • Pharmaceutical Industries
  • Healthcare Industries
  • Directors of Association and Societies
  • Scientists
  • Lecturers
  • Allergists
  • Immunologists

 

Sessions/Tracks

Asthma

Asthma is a chronic condition that effects lungs & causes inflammation and constricting of the bronchial tubes, the pathways that allow air to enter and leave the lungs. If people with asthma are unveiled to a substance to which they are sensitive or a situation that changes their regular breathing patterns, the symptoms can become more severe. There are two types of asthma: allergic (caused by exposure to an allergen) and non-allergic (caused by stress, exercise, illnesses like a cold or the flu, or exposure to extreme weather, irritants in the air or some medications).

  • Asthma: Animal Studies
  • Asthma Medications: Common & Advanced
  • Asthma and Pregnancy
  • Asthma attacks
  • Allergy shots: Treatments for asthma
  • Asthma and advanced Asthma Treatment

Skin Allergy

Irritated skin can be caused by a many factors. These include immune system disorders, medications and infections. When an allergen is responsible for initiating an immune system response, then it is an allergic skin condition. When skin is contacted by a substance, body’s immune system is triggered thinking the substance as a foreign agent, because of this skin becomes sensitive & develops allergy. Contact with substance such as detergents, soaps or cleaning supplies causes skin allergy.

  • Contact Allergic Dermatitis
  • Hereditary Angioedema
  • Atopic Dermatitis and Other Skin Conditions: Management & Mechanisms
  • Urticaria and Angioedema: Epidemiology & Diagnosis
  • Cutaneous Mastocytosis

.Drug Allergy

Drug allergies are a set of symptoms caused by an allergic reaction to a drug. A drug allergy encompasses an immune response in the body that develops an allergic reaction to a medicine. If you develop a rash, hives or difficulty breathing after taking certain medications, you may have a drug allergy. As with other allergic reactions, these symptoms of drug allergy can occur when your body’s immune system becomes sensitive to a substance in the medication, identifies it as a foreign invader and releases chemicals to defend against it.

  • Drug Allergy: Clinical Aspects & Diagnosis
  • Drug Allergy or Side effects
  • Drug allergy: anaphylaxis
  • Clinical diagnosis of drug allergy
  • Drug Hypersensitivity
  • Pharmacogenomics

ENT Allergy 

Allergy affecting Ear, Nose, and Throat comprises ENT allergy. Seasonal as well as long lasting allergies can contribute to enduring sinusitis, bronchitis, as well as ear problems. Allergies are diagnosed through the patient's history, physical examination as well as allergy testing. Once the distinct allergens are identified prevention techniques as well as immunotherapy can be used in addition to antihistamines in order to obtain optimal results.   

  • Diagnosis and Management of Rhinitis
  • Epidemiology of Rhinitis and Conjunctivitis
  • Bronchitis: Chronic & Acute bronchitis
  • Autoimmune Inner Ear Disease

Food Allergy

Food allergy is caused when the body falsely makes an antibody (IgE) to fight against a specific food. When the food is next (or sometimes is just in contact with the skin) it provokes an immune system response which results in the commute of histamine and other substances in the body. These cause various symptoms, depending on where in the body they are exposed. For example, in the gut they may result in abdominal pain, vomiting and diarrhoea; in the skin, itching and swelling (rash or nettle rash), in the upper airways, a runny nose or sneezing; in the lower airways, a wheeze or cough.

  • Food Allergy: Anaphylaxis
  • Food Allergy: Epidemiology & Mechanisms
  • Food Allergy: Diagnosis & Management
  • Food allergy vs. Food sensitivities
  • Immunological aspects of food allergy
  • Immunotherapy for food allergy treatment
  • Eosinophilic gastroenteritis

Clinical Immunology & Allergy 

Clinical Immunology is a branch of Immunology which deals with clinical disorders at the molecular and cellular levels. Allergy involves an exaggerated response of the immune system, often to common substances such as foods or pollen. The immune system is a complex system that normally defends the body against foreign invaders, such as bacteria and viruses, while also surveying for conditions such as cancer and autoimmunity. Allergens are substances that are foreign to the body and that cause an allergic reaction.

  • Innate & Adaptive Immunity
  • Auto Immunity & Auto Immune diseases
  • Immune manipulation
  • Cellular Immunology
  • Tumor Immunology
  • Clinical Immunology techniques
  • Transplantation

Pediatric Allergy

Allergies are among the most common conditions affecting children. When the immune system of a child having an allergy, wrongly reacts to factors that are usually harmless; pet dander, pollen, dust, mold spores, insect stings, food, and medications are examples of such things. This reaction may cause their body to reciprocate with health problems such as asthma, hay fever, hives, eczema (a rash), or a very severe and unusual reaction called anaphylaxis.

  • Pediatric Asthma and Rhinitis
  • Fetal & Neonatal Immunology
  • Pediatric infections
  • Outdoor & Indoor Allergens

Ocular Allergy

The eye, like the respiratory tract, can be a site of acute allergic reactions. Ocular allergy also called Allergic conjunctivitis occurs when something allergic to irritate the conjunctiva. This is the sensitive membrane covering the eye and the inside of the eyelid.

As all allergies, allergic conjunctivitis starts when the immune system recognises an otherwise innocuous substance as an allergen. This causes your immune system to overreact and produce antibodies called Immunoglobulin E (IgE). These antibodies drive to cells that release chemicals which cause an allergic reaction. In this case, allergic reactions include eyes that water, itch, hurt or become red or swollen.

  • Epidemiology
  • Ocular Immune system
  • Corneal Immunology
  • Allergic Diseases of conjunctiva & cornea
  • Diagnostic Tests for Ocular Allergy

Infection and Allergy

Infection occurs when organism is attacked by disease causing agent, they multiply in the host body & produce toxins. Infection may remain localized or it can be spread through blood or lymphatic vessels to overall body. Infections are caused by infectious agents like virus, viroid, bacteria, prions etc. Host body fights infections by provoking immune system. Infections can be treated by medications like antibiotics, antivirals, antifungals etc.

  • Bacterial & Viral Infections
  • Diagnosis of Infectious diseases
  • Sexually transmitted infections
  • Role of IgG on Allergy

Gastrointestinal immunology and allergy

Gastrointestinal tract is a lymphoid organ, and the lymphoid tissue within it is referred to as the gut-associated lymphoid tissue or GALT. Gastrointestinal allergy is an immediate hypersensitivity reaction of the digestive system after the ingestion of certain foods or drugs. GI allergy varies from food allergy, which can affect other organ systems. Distinctive symptoms constitute itching and swelling of the mouth and oral passages, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, severe abdominal pain, and in severe cases, anaphylactic shock. Gastrointestinal food allergy also urges a challenge to the clinician because of its mutable symptomatology and lack of accurate diagnostic tests.

  • Mucosal Immunology
  • Gastrointestinal inflammation
  • Inflammatory Bowel Disease
  • Intestinal Infections
  • Food Allergens

Allergy Diagnosis & Medicine

Allergic diseases are the outcome of allergic inflammation that occurs as a result of an interaction between the environment and the patient's immune system resulting in the release of histamine and other pro-inflammatory mediators. Knowing exactly what body is allergic to can help lessen or prevent exposure and treat the reactions. Laboratory investigations are a useful tool in the diagnosis and management of allergic diseases and can provide aids to diagnose and assess disease activity.

  • Molecular Allergy
  • Laboratory Tests for Allergy
  • Allergens: Diagnosis
  • Advances in allergy medicine

Allergy Prevention, Risk Factors & Treatment

Allergies can be prevented by identifying & avoiding the ones which cause allergy to the body. One of the biggest causes of allergy is house dust mites, pets, mould spores, food allergies, insect bites stings, when trying to identify what causes or deteriorate your allergic symptoms, track your activities and what you eat, when symptoms occur and what seems to help. Host factors responsible for risk of allergy are heredity, sex, race and age. Exposure to allergens has been identified as an influential environmental factor, whereas passive smoking and pollution may act as an adjuvant.

  • Allergy Epidemiology
  • Risk Factors for Causing Allergy
  • Preventive methods of Different Types of Allergies
  • Treatments and Therapies For Allergy
  • Advanced allergy treatment

Biomarkers for Allergy, Asthma & Clinical Immunology

A biological marker is a physical sign or laboratory measurement that can function as a sign of biological or pathophysiological processes or as a riposte to a therapeutic intervention. Determining IgE of IgG in serum has been proved to be too unresponsive and too non-specific to identify individuals with sensitization, with and without clinical symptoms. In order to develop new diagnostic tools, it is relevant to search for markers that are strongly conjoin with allergy or tolerance. So the biomarkers can be used as diagnostic tools.

  • Genetic Biomarkers
  • Protein Biomarkers
  • Basophil Activation as a Biomarker of Food Allergy and Asthma
  • T-Regulatory Cells as Markers of Allergen Immunotherapy
  • Recent Advancements in Biomarkers of Allergy

Immunotherapy

Immunotherapy is the treatment of disease by inducing, enhancing, or suppressing an immune response. In recent years, immunotherapy has become of great interest to researchers, clinicians and pharmaceutical companies, particularly in its promise to treat various forms of cancer. With thousands of patents filed annually on the subject, it is estimated that there are thousands of immunotherapy licensing opportunities across technology transfer offices that are in need of development and commercialization partners. Immunomodulatory regimens often have fewer side effects than existing drugs, including less potential for creating resistance when treating microbial disease.

  • Activation Immunotherapy
  • Suppression Immunotherapy
  • Helminthic Immunotherapy

Cancer Immunotherapy

Cancer immunotherapy is the use of the immune system to treat cancer. Immunotherapies can be broadly categorized into active, passive or hybrid (active and passive). These techniques exploit the fact that cancer cells often have molecules on their surface that can be identified by the immune system, known as tumor-associated antigens (TAAs); they are often proteins or other macromolecules (e.g. carbohydrates). Immunotherapy works better for some types of cancer than for others. It’s used by itself for some of these cancers, but for others it seems to work better when used with other types of treatment.

  • Monoclonal antibodies
  • Immune checkpoint inhibitors
  • Cancer vaccines

Cellular immunotherapy

Active cellular therapies usually involve the removal of immune cells from the blood or from a tumor. Those specific for the tumor are cultured and returned to the patient where they attack the tumor. Cell types that can be used in this way are natural killer cells, lymphokine-activated killer cells, cytotoxic T cells and dendritic cells. The only US-approved cell-based therapy is Dendreon's Provenge, for the treatment of prostate cancer.

  • Dendritic cell therapy
  • Others

Antibody therapy

Today, antibodies have been developed to treat an increasing number of cancers that affect a larger proportion of patients and make a significant contribution to overall or disease-free survival as part of a combination regimen with established cytotoxic chemotherapies. The vast majority of antibodies are given as part of a combination chemotherapy regimen to realize their full potential. Enhancement approaches are designed to create more potent antibodies that work better in combination or possibly as single agent therapy. Humanized monoclonal antibodies have changed the cancer treatment landscape over the past decade. Both in hematologic and solid tumors, antibodies have become an integral component of treatment regimens that have improved and extended the lives of cancer patients. In addition, antibodies have been able to improve efficacy while not significantly adding more toxicity.

  • Radioimmunotherapy
  • Antibody-directed enzyme drug therapy
  • Antibody-drug conjugates
  • Immunoliposome therapy
  • Checkpoint therapy

Antimicrobial Immunotherapy

Antimicrobial immunotherapy, involves activating the immune system to respond to an infectious agent

  • Vaccination
  • Vaccine Industry
  • Adjuvant Immunotherapy
  • Immunotherapy in Tb
  • Mucosal Immunotherapy
  • Others

 

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Conference Date May 28-29, 2018

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