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Omics in Allergy: Understanding How Big Data are Advancing Scientific Discovery and Clinical Care
Friday, March 3, 2017: 7:00 AM-9:30 AM
Georgia World Congress Center, Building B, Level 3, Rooms B308-B309
2.50 CME/CE
Course
Moderator:
Kathryn E. Hulse , PhD

Learning Objectives:
  1. Discuss how the different omics work and their overall respective advantages and limitations
  2. Describe the background on how specific types of big data get acquired and analyzed in regards to limitations and the current applications
7:00 AM
Going Beyond IgE: A Proteomic Approach to Identifying Immunogenic Epitopes in Common Allergens
Bjoern Peters, PhD
7:20 AM
Question & Answer
7:25 AM
Understanding How the Airway Microbiome Can Influence Asthma Severity
Yvonne Huang, MD
7:45 AM
Question & Answer
7:50 AM
Genome-Wide Association Studies: Advancing the Understanding of Eosinophilic Esophagitis Pathogenesis
Antonella Cianferoni, MD PhD FAAAAI
8:10 AM
Question & Answer
8:15 AM
Epigenome Studies are a Rich Source of New Biological Insights into Asthma and Allergic Diseases
Shuk-Mei Ho, PhD
8:35 AM
Question & Answer
8:40 AM
Can Understanding the Metabolome Help with Differential Diagnosis of Respiratory Diseases?
Darryl Adamko, MD
9:00 AM
Question & Answer
9:05 AM
Is Precision Medicine the Future of Allergy Care?
Maria Antonella Muraro, MD PhD
9:25 AM
Question & Answer
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