Theme: From Basic Immune Understanding to Latest Immunology Progressions

Allergy 2021

Allergy 2021

Allergy 2021 welcomes all the delegates and participants from far and wide the world to attend 16th International Conference on Allergy and Clinical Immunology during December 15, 2021. The conference highlights the theme “From Basic Immune Understanding to Latest Immunology Progressions”. The lectures were designed on emerging and novel therapies of Allergy and Clinical Immunology which include Allergy and Immunology, Allergic Rhinitis, Food Allergy and Drug Allergy, Immune System and Allergic Reactions, Asthma, Immune Disorders, Allergy and Inflammation, Immunopathology of COVID 19, Clinical Immunology, Developmental Immunology, Immunotherapy and Behavioural Immunity, Cancer immunology and many more……. 

Discovering the new advances and Innovation therapies of Allergy and Immunology for the new generation which implies just not to investigate the on-going new development rather it could be extended to all conceivable ways which will be co-operative in more and more advanced research in the field of Allergy and Immunology.

16th International Conference on Allergy and Clinical Immunology is among the World's leading Scientific Conference. The two-day event on Clinical Immunology and allergy practices will host 60+ Scientific and technical sessions and sub-sessions on innovative researches in the field of Allergy and Clinical Immunology across the globe. Allergy 2021 will constitutes of 15 major sessions designed to offer comprehensive sessions that states current issues in the various field of Allergy and Clinical Immunology.

The attendees can find exclusive sessions and panel discussions on latest innovations in

Advanced Allergy treatments and Immune disorder therapeutics by:

  • Lectures from renowned speakers
  • Keynote forums by Prominent Professors, Doctors
  • Open Innovation Challenges
  • Poster presentations by Young Researchers
  • Global Networking sessions with 50+ Countries
  • Novel techniques to benefit your research
  • Best platform for Global business and Networking opportunities
  • Meet the editors of referred journals, Society and Association members across the Globe
  • Excellent platform to showcase the latest products and formulations in Allergy & Clinical Immunology field

Target Audience:

  • Allergists
  • Immunologists
  • Cellular biologists
  • Molecular biologists
  • Biochemists
  • Biotechnologists
  • Pulmonologists
  • Microbiologists
  • Pathologists
  • Bioinformaticians
  • Physician
  • Paediatricians
  • Immunology professionals
  • Allergy specialists
  • Infectious diseases treatment doctors
  • University Professors
  • Research Scholars
  • Laboratory technicians
  • Students


Track 1: Coronavirus and SARS-CoV-2

Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) is a new infection and virulent respiratory disease occurs when virus-containing particles expired by an infected person, either respiratory droplets or aerosols effectuated by severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2). Severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) is an uncommon severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus. Although SARS-CoV-2 has a response for ACE2-expressing epithelial cells of the respiratory tract, patients with severe COVID-19 have symptoms of systemic hyper inflammation. The virus predominantly spreads between people through close contact and by means of respiratory droplets induced from coughs or sneezes and it mainly enters human cells by binding to the receptor angiotensin converting enzyme 2.

Most common symptoms are:

  • Fever
  • Dry cough
  • Tiredness

Track 2: Allergy and Inflammation

Inflammation is part of the aggravated biological response of body tissues to dangerous stimuli, like pathogens, damaged cells, or irritants, and is a defensive response involving immune cells, blood vessels, and molecular mediators. The main function of inflammation is to terminate the initial cause of cell injury, elute necrotic cells and tissues damaged from the inflammatory process, and initiate tissue repair. Inflammation may be either acute or chronic. Acute inflammation is the early response of the body to harmful stimuli. Prolonged inflammation is also known as chronic inflammation, leads to continuous shift in the cells present at the place of inflammation. The response of immune system to a foreign substance that is not harmful to your body is called Allergy. These foreign Particles are called allergens. Treatments for allergies include the reducing the use of known allergens and the use of medications like steroids and antihistamines.

The allergy symptoms include:

Track 3: Immune System and Allergic Reactions

Immune system involves antibodies, white blood cells, mast cells, proteins and other substances fight against antigens (foreign substances). However, in susceptible people, the immune system can exaggerate when exposed to certain substances like allergens in the environment, foods, or drugs, which are not harmful in most people. The result is an allergic reaction. Allergic reactions are hyperactive responses of the immune system to generally non-toxic substances. When immune cells act against the allergenic protein, IgE antibodies are generated; this is homogenous to the immune system's reaction to foreign pathogens. The IgE antibodies recognize the allergenic proteins as harmful and instigate the allergic reaction. Severe allergic reactions results in following symptoms:

Track 4: Immune Disorders

The immune system is made up of cells, tissues, and organs that help the body to fight against infections and other diseases. The condition which affects the immune system or dysfunction of the immune system is called immune disorder. In some cases immune system becomes overactive; where the body attacks and damages its own tissues which is called autoimmune disease. Immune deficiency diseases lower the body's ability to fight invaders, causing inability to resist to infections.

These immune disorders can be distinguished in different ways:

  • Depending on the components of the immune system affected
  • When the immune system is overactive or underactive
  • If the condition is congenital or acquire

Track 5: Food Allergy and Drug Allergy

Food allergy is an abnormal immune response or an unpleasant immune system reaction to food. Common Allergic foods involve cow's milk, peanuts, eggs, shellfish, fish, tree nuts, soy, wheat and rice. The symptoms may include itchiness, swelling of the tongue, vomiting, diarrhoea, hives, trouble breathing, or low blood pressure. This usually occurs within minutes to several hours of exposure. When the symptoms are severe, it is known as anaphylaxis. A drug allergy is the abnormal response of your immune system to a medication. Most people are allergic to Penicillin and other similar antibiotic drugs. Other common drugs found to cause allergic reactions include sulfa drugs, barbiturates, and anti-seizure drugs.

Symptoms include:

  • Skin rash
  • Itchy skin or eyes
  • Swelling in the mouth and throat

Track 6: Immunotherapy and Behavioural Immunity

Behavioural immunity that allow individual organisms to detect the possible presence of disease-causing parasites in their instant environment, and to seize in behaviours which prevent contact with those objects and individuals. The treatment using components of the immune system or antigens for immune disorders is called immunotherapy. Immunotherapy can activate or supress the immune system. Immunotherapies that activate the immune response are called activation immunotherapies. Immunotherapies that suppress the immune system are called suppression immunotherapies.

Immunotherapy is mainly used to treat:

Track 7: Clinical Immunology

The study of diseases caused by disorders of the immune system is called Clinical immunology. It also includes diseases of other systems, where immune reactions play a major role in the pathology and clinical features. The diseases caused by immune disorders system is categorised into 2 types: Immunodeficiency and Autoimmunity. Immunodeficiency is the deficiency in which parts of the immune system stop to provide appropriate response and autoimmunity is where immune system attacks its own host's body.

several other immune system disorders include hypersensitivities:

Track 8: Developmental Immunology

The study of factors responsible for the evolution of immune cells and organs in the body of organism is Developmental Immunology.  The ability of body to react to antigens depends on a person's age, antigen type, maternal type and the zone where the antigen is present. Maternal factors also play a major role in the body’s immune response. At birth, immunoglobulin is usually present in maternal IgG. Because IgM, IgD, IgE and IgA cannot cross the placenta, and they are undetectable at birth. During adolescence, the human body undergoes various physical, physiological and immunological changes stimulated and mediated by hormones, of which the most significant in females is estrogen and, in males, is testosterone.

Immune system may be divided into two types:

  • Innate immunity
  • Adaptive immunity

Track 9: Cancer Immunology

The multi-disciplinary division of medicine that is complicated with understanding the part of the immune system in the evolution and development of cancer is called Cancer immunology the most well-known application is cancer immunotherapy, where it utilises the immune system as a treatment for cancer. Tumors may manifest tumor antigens that are validated by the immune system and may induce an immune response. These tumor antigens may be Tumor-specific antigen or Tumor-associated antigen. The antigens that are present in tumor cells are called Tumor-specific antigens. Tumor-associated antigens are present in healthy cells, sometimes they also occur in tumor cells.

Types of Immunotherapy treatment:

  • Adoptive cell therapy
  • Cancer vaccines
  • Oncolytic virus therapy

Track 10: Immunopathology of COVID 19

Even though Corona virus has responsive stimuli for ACE2-expressing epithelial cells of the respiratory tract, systemic hyperinflammation is the severe symptom in patients with COVID-19. Systemic inflammation causes vasodilation, and allows inflammatory lymphocytic and monocytic infiltration of the lung and the heart. In particular, pathogenic GM-CSF-secreting T-cells were shown to correspond with the employement of inflammatory IL-6-secreting monocytes and severe lung pathology in COVID-19 patients. Infiltrates of lymphocytes have also been reported at autopsy. Organs are mainly affected by an inflammatory response in patients with lethal COVID-19.

  • Systemic hyper inflammation
  • Vasodilation
  • Pneumonia

Track 11: Allergic Rhinitis

An allergic response causes itchy, watery eyes, sneezing and other similar symptoms. Allergic rhinitis is otherwise called as hay fever, and it is a type of inflammation in the nose that occurs when the immune system overreacts to allergens in the air. Allergic rhinitis occurs seasonally or year-round. Diagnosis implicates history-taking, examination of the nasal passages and sometimes skin testing. Allergic rhinitis is generally triggered by environmental allergens such as pollen, pet hair, dust, or mold. Inherited genetics and environmental exposures contribute to the development of allergies.

The characteristic symptoms of allergic rhinitis are:

  • Rhinorrhoea
  • Itching
  • Nasal congestion

Track 12: Anaphylaxis and Asthma

A life-threatening allergic reaction caused by exposure to an allergen like venom, food, or medication is known as anaphylaxis. Most cases are caused by a bee sting or eating foods that are known to cause allergies, like peanuts or tree nuts. Anaphylaxis results in series symptoms, including a rash, low pulse, and shock, which is known as anaphylactic shock. Asthma is a persisting inflammatory disease of the airways of the lungs. Asthma is generally caused by a combination of genetic and environmental factors. Environmental factors involve exposure to air pollution and allergens. It is characterized by varying and recurring symptoms, reversible airflow obstruction, and easily triggered bronchospasms.

There are 3 types of asthma

  • Nocturnal asthma
  • Exercise-induced asthma
  • Allergic asthma

Track 13: Vaccination and Immunisation

Vaccination is when a vaccine is delivered in the body. The process that takes place in the body immediately after the vaccination is called immunisation. Immunisation works by stimulating the immune system to fight against certain diseases. If a vaccinated person comes in contact with these diseases, the immune system will respond more effectively.

  • Live-attenuated vaccines
  • Inactivated vaccines
  • conjugate vaccines
  • Toxoid vaccines

Track 14: Autoimmune Diseases

The rare or typical immune response to a functioning body part is called an autoimmune disease. These diseases will have characteristic pathological effects that indicate them as an autoimmune disease. Such effects include damage or eradication of tissues where there is an abnormal immune response, altered organ growth, and altered organ function depending on the position of the disease Signs and symptoms may vary from one to other depending on the category of the disease. A person may have one or more than one autoimmune disease concurrently, and exhibit symptoms of multiple diseases.

Track 15: Oral Allergy Syndrome

Oral Allergy Syndrome is a type of food allergy defined by aggregation of allergic reactions in the mouth and throat because of eating certain fruits, nuts, and vegetables which typically progress in adults with hay fever. OAS can occur in any time of the year but it is mostly occur during the pollen season. Individuals with OAS usually develop symptoms within minutes of eating the food. OAS sufferers will have allergic reactions that usually occur very rapidly, within minutes of eating a trigger food.

  • Vomiting
  • Cramps
  • Ingestion

Track 16: Allergic Contact Dermatitis

Allergic Contact Dermatitis is a form of contact dermatitis or eczema that is the indication of an allergic response caused by exposure with a substance called allergen; the other type is irritant contact dermatitis. Allergic contact dermatitis is otherwise called as contact allergy. Allergic contact dermatitis occurs some hours after contact with the respective allergen. The symptoms are more related to irritant contact dermatitis.

Symptoms may include:

  • Itching
  • Skin redness or inflammation
  • localized swelling

Track 17: Oral Immunotherapy and Allergen Immunotherapy

Oral immunotherapy (OIT) is a Latent treatment for food allergy. OIT is a rising treatment that is been utilized for food hypersensitivity It includes giving continuously increasing amounts of food allergen under medical supervision and continued daily depletion of the food allergen. Allergen immunotherapy, also known as desensitization, and OIT is a medical treatment for environmental allergies. Immunotherapy involves exposing people to huge amounts of allergen in order to change the immune system's response.

Types of Immunotherapy:

  • Subcutaneous
  • Sublingual
  • Oral
  • Transdermal

Track 18: Neonatal and Pediatric Immunology

Like many other systems in the body, the immune system is not fully functional at birth and therefore we are at an increased risk of infection. The immune response in early life is diminished compared to adults. The depletion in immune response leads to increased susceptibility to pathogens and to decreased responses to vaccines which are effective in adults. In pediatric immunology child’s immune system malfunctions, that leads to allergies, autoimmune diseases, primary immune deficiency disorders and acquired deficiency disorders.

The causes for immune system malfunctions are:

  • Acquired immune deficiency
  • Autoimmune disorder
  • Over-active immune system
  • Primary immune deficiency

Track 19: Molecular Allergology and Allergy Diagnostics

Molecular Allergology is an approach to allergy diagnostics, in which defined single allergen components are used for detection of specific IgE instead of traditionally used allergen extracts. The molecular components are highly purified proteins, which are either isolated directly from the allergen source or produced genetically. It is important to test a patient’s blood whenever an allergic response or severe reaction is suspected. Patients show wide range of varying symptoms and sensitization patterns against several allergens. There are two quantitative test methods for the antibody detection.

  • Enzyme immunoassay
  • Immunoblot

Track 20: Veterinary Allergology

A hypersensitive response to proteins found in an animal's skin cells, saliva or urine is veterinary allergy or Allergology. The pet hair, proteins present in a pet's dander, skin flakes, saliva and urine can originate allergic reaction or cause asthma symptoms in some people. Pet allergy is mostly observed in cats and dogs as they are the most common pets worldwide. Some cases have been seen where hypersensitivity reactions are seen to venom, bite and sting of insects and also to proteins found in animal products where the food allergy comes into picture too. The symptoms may change from one individual to other individual ranging from sneezing, Runny or stuffy nose, Facial pain, Coughing, chest tightness, skin rash or hives to shortness of breath.

  • Allergic Reactions to venom
  • Parasite vaccines
  • Veterinary viral vaccines

Track 21: Market and Future of Therapeutics

Increasing prevalence of allergic conjunctivitis and rhinitis is expected to drive the growth of global allergy treatment drugs market over the forecast period. Several allergy drugs are on the market. There are over-the-counter medications and prescription medications that reduce specific symptoms associated with allergic reactions. Ongoing scientific researches that define the mechanisms involved in allergic reactions will lead to more effective therapeutics and potentially allergy preventions. Treatments like immunotherapies which focus to minimize the reaction itself compared to minimize symptoms associated with the response, will likely be those that lead to full cures or preventions for allergies.

Global market of Allergy Diagnostics

The effectual management of allergic diseases depends on the ability to make an accurate diagnosis. Allergy testing can help confirm or eliminate allergies. Accurate diagnosis, counseling, and effective allergy test results in decreasing the occurrence of symptoms and need for medications, and increases quality of life. With increasing environmental population and epigenetic factors affecting health of population, the need of proper and effective allergy diagnostics has increased. The market is currently in a growing trend. The global Allergy Diagnostics Market was estimated at USD 2.43 billion in 2016 and is expected to reach USD 5.63 billion by 2025, growing at a CAGR of 9.78% from 2017 to 2025.

Autoimmune Disorder Therapies

Autoimmune disorder therapies used to treat autoimmune diseases and how it has been influenced by the pandemic of COVID-19. This report highlights the current and future market potentiality of autoimmune disorder therapies with detailed analyses. The global market for autoimmune disorder therapies should grow from $53.2 billion in 2019 to $90.7 billion by 2024 with annual growth rate (CAGR) of 11.2% for the period of 2019-2024.

Global market of Allergy Immunotherapies

The global allergy immunotherapy market size was estimated at USD 1.6 billion in 2019 and is anticipated to grow to 3.1 billion at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 9.0% from 2020 to 2027.The expected growth in revenue can be accredited to the rising frequency of allergic disorders and their significance across the globe.

List of Global Universities Related to Allergy and Immunology

  1. Harvard University.
  2. University of California--San Francisco.
  3. Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
  4. Johns Hopkins University.
  5. Washington University in St. Louis.
  6. University of Washington.
  7. Stanford University.
  8. University of Pennsylvania
  9. Cornell University
  10. Emory University
  11. Monash University
  12. University of Zurich
  13. Columbia University
  14. Duke University
  15. Ghent University
  16. University of Oxford
  17. University of Melbourne
  18. Université de Paris

List of Universities in Japan

  1. Osaka University
  2. University of Tokyo
  3. Kyoto University
  4. Chiba University
  5. Hokkaido University
  6. Kyushu University
  7. Keio University
  8. Tohoku University
  9. Jikei University
  10. Juntendo University
  11. University of Tsukuba
  12. Akita University

    Asia Pacific & Middle-East: Allergy and Clinical Immunology SocietyIndonesian Society of Allergy and ImmunologyIndian Academy of AllergyMalaysian Society of Allergy and ImmunologyJapanese Society of AllergologyNigerian Society for ImmunologyRussian Association of Allergology and Clinical ImmunologyPhilippine Society of Allergy, Asthma and ImmunologyZimbabwe Society of ImmunologyVietnam Association of Allergy, Asthma and Clinical ImmunologyJapanese Society for ImmunologyAlabama Society of Allergy, Asthma, and ImmunologyAlgerian Society of Allergy and Clinical ImmunologyAsthma Association BangladeshAustralasian Society of Clinical Immunology and AllergyAustrian Society for Allergology and ImmunologyChinese Society of AllergologyEgyptian Society of Allergy and Clinical ImmunologyIranian Society of Asthma and AllergyIranian Society for Immunology and AllergyKorean Association of ImmunologistsSaudi Allergy Asthma & Immunology SocietyTurkish National Society of Allergy and Clinical Immunology

    USA: American Association of ImmunologistsAmerican Academy of Allergy, Asthma and ImmunologyCanadian Society of Allergy and Clinical ImmunologyCanada Asthma Society, Asthma and Allergy Foundation of AmericaThe American Academy of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology (AAAAI)New York Allergy and Asthma SocietyWorld Allergy Organization (WAO)Canadian Society of Allergy and Clinical ImmunologyAmerican Thoracic Society(ATS)

    Europe: Argentine Association of Allergy and ImmunologyAsthma Society of IrelandBelgian Society for Allergy and Clinical ImmunologyBritish Society of Allergy and Clinical ImmunologyBritish Thoracic SocietyBulgarian Society for ImmunologyCroatian Society for Allergology and Clinical ImmunologyDutch Society of AllergologyEuropean Federation of Immunological SocietiesEuropean Academy of Allergy and Clinical ImmunologyEuropean Respiratory SocietyFrench Society of Allergy and Clinical ImmunologyGerman Society for Allergology and Clinical ImmunologyNorwegian Asthma and Allergy AssociationRomanian Society for ImmunologyUkrainian Society of Allergy and Clinical ImmunologySpanish Society of Allergology and Clinical Immunology

Related Allergy and Clinical Immunology Hospitals in World:

  • University Hospital Austral
  • RP Medical Center, British Hospital
  • Italian Hospital, Hospital Aleman
  • St Vincent's Hospital
  • The Royal Children's Hospital
  • Royal Prince Alfred Hospital-Immunology
  • John Hunter Hospital Immunology & Infectious Diseases Unit
  • Canberra Hospital, John James Medical Centre
  • Kuopio University Hospital
  • Turku University Hospital
  • CHP Saint-Grégoire
  • American Hospital of Paris
  • Angers University Hospital
  • Hôspital de Hautepierre
  • Hôtel-Dieu de Paris
  • Grenoble University Hospital
  • University Medical Center Freiburg
  • Chania General Hospital
  • Ioannina University Hospital
  • Karditsa General Hospital
  • Chanre Rheumatology & Immunology Center
  • Apollo Gleneagles Hospitals
  • Continental Hospitals
  • Fortis Memorial Research Institute
  • St Marys Hospital
  • Salvator Mundi International Hospital
  • US Navy Hospital
  • Bambino Gesù Hospital
  • Avcilar Hospital

Related Hospitals in Japan:

  • Sagamihara National Hospital
  • The university of tokyo hospital
  • Kyoto University Hospital
  • St Luke`s hospital
  • Osaka City University Hospital
  • Yodogawa Christian Hospital
  • Osaka City General Hospital
  • Matsutani Clinic
  • Osaka Women's and Children's Hospital
  • Osaka Medical College Hospital
  • Hannan Hospital

Related Pharmaceutical Companies in Japan:

  • Takeda
  • Daiichi Sankyo
  • Pfizer
  • Chugai
  • Astellas
  • Otsuka
  • MSD
  • Mitsubishi Tanabe
  • GSK
  • Novartis
  • Takeda Pharmaceutical
  • Star Pharma Ltd.
  • Mitsubishi Tanabe Pharma
  • Kobayshi Pharamceutical Co., Ltd.

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