1003:
From Genome-Wide to Worldwide: Allergic Diseases Around the Globe
Immune Mechanisms
Friday, March 2, 2018: 7:00 AM-9:30 AM
Convention Center, South Concourse, Level 2, S230AB
2.50 CME/CE
Course
Moderator:
Kathryn E. Hulse, PhD

Learning Objectives:
  1. Discuss how race and ethnicity influence development of allergic disease
  2. Identify the epigenetic mechanisms that influence risk of asthma development
  3. Discuss the mechanisms whereby environment and genetic background influence susceptibility to allergic disease
7:00 AM
The Use of Race, Ethnicity and Genetic Ancestry Information in Allergic Disease Research
Rajesh Kumar, MD FAAAAI
7:20 AM
Question & Answer
7:25 AM
From Mom to Baby: Epigenetics and the Risk of Childhood Asthma
Donata Vercelli, MD
7:45 AM
Question & Answer
7:50 AM
Genetic Variation in the Receptor for Rhinovirus C and Asthma Risk
James E. Gern, MD FAAAAI
8:10 AM
Question & Answer
8:15 AM
The Rural-Urban Enigma of Allergy: Studies from Around the World
Erika von Mutius, MD MSc
8:35 AM
Question & Answer
8:40 AM
Development of Food Allergy in Genetically Similar Populations Living in Distinct Locations
Mayumi Nishioka Tamari, MD PhD
9:00 AM
Question & Answer
9:05 AM
From the Outside in: Helminth Infection Alters the Microbiome to Modulate Allergic Inflammation
Miguel Leon Stein, MD FAAAAI
9:25 AM
Question & Answer
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