Main Topics

Different Faces of Immunopathology

Allergy and Asthma

  • New allergen-specific therapeutic strategies
  • Genetic/environment interactions in preventing allergic diseases
  • Basophil activation: Evaluation methods
  • Complementary medicine in allergic disease, a fact of life: How should we respond?
  • Sublingual allergen immunotherapy: Effective and safe
  • Antihistamine preparations of new generation
  • Risk factors in allergic children: A multiethical approach
  • The impact of allergic diseases
  • Atopic dermatitis
  • Allergic conjunctivitis
  • Allergens and bronchial obstruction
  • New future treatments in allergy
  • New perspectives in allergen immunotherapy
  • Pollinosis in the world, old and new problems
  • Recombinant allergens biological and clinical aspects
  • Pre-IgE to IgE era: Four decades of clinical experience in allergic rhinitis
  • How to modulate nasal inflammation in allergy
  • T γ/δ cells in allergic nasal inflammation
  • Nasal allergy and otitis media: Relationship and controversies
  • Comorbidity in allergic rhinitis
  • The ARIA Guidelines (asthma and rhinitis guidelines)
  • Global Alliance against Respiratory Diseases (GARD)
  • New insights into the pathophysiology of chronic urticaria
  • Asthma: Different faces and different phenotypes
  • Do we need asthma phenotypes?
  • Chemokines in asthma
  • Virus infections and atopic asthma – immunologic mechanisms
  • Stress and asthma
  • Role of dendritic cells in asthma
  • Atopy and asthma genes
  • Airways remodelling in asthma
  • The role of T lymphocytes in the development of late phase allergic reactions in the lungs of asthma patients
  • Cytokines of TNF family and asthma
  • Role of environmental factors in allergy and asthma
  • Epidemiology of asthma
  • Treatment of severe asthma
  • Immunotherapy in allergy and asthma
  • Anti-IgE therapy
  • Allergen peptide immunotherapy
  • Anti-IL4 and IL5 therapies
  • Asthma induced by pine tree pollen
  • Aspirin-induced asthma
  • Asthma and sports

Basic Immunology. Focus on Clinical Application

  • Transcriptional regulation of immune tolerance and reactivity
  • Development of effector and regulatory T cells
  • Th17 cells functions and effector mechanisms. Interaction with other cells
  • T and B cell memory and immune regulation
  • Natural killer cells: a first line defense
  • Dendritic cell subsets and immune regulation
  • Chemokines and receptors in peripheral tolerance
  • Immune senescence and peripheral tolerance
  • Apoptosis in the regulation of immune response
  • Mechanisms of immune privilege
  • The role of microRNAs in immune regulation and effector functions
  • New advances in flow cytometry and cell sorting
  • Thymosin peptides in the diagnostics and treatment of cancer and infectious diseases
  • Immunotherapy of cancer
  • Tumor antigen-specific T cell tolerance
  • Cytokines and immunopathology
  • Immunomodulating preparations: classification, main principles of therapeutic use
  • Conjugated polymer-subunit immunogenes and vaccines
  • Primary immunodeficiency diseases
  • Inherited interferon deficiency
  • Gastrointestinal mucosal immunopathology
  • Role of immune response in sepsis and septic shock
  • The immunopharmacology of infectious diseases
  • Tolerating the nervous system: a delicate balance
  • Neuroimmunomodulation in health and disease
  • The neuroendocrine stress response in autoimmune, allergic and infectious disease susceptibility and resistance
  • Physiological problems of transplantology
  • Stem cells: Value for basic science and applied medicine
  • Possible therapeutic use of stem cells
  • Gene diagnostics & gene therapy in immunopathology
  • Bioterrorism: Immunological aspects
  • Pathogenesis of HIV infection
  • New hope for an AIDS vaccine
  • Cytokines in AIDS diagnostics and treatment

Autoimmune Diseases

  • Toll-like receptors in autoimmunity
  • Autoimmune epitopes: autoepitopes
  • Apoptosis and SLE: in vivo and in vitro studies
  • Neurotransmitters and immunology interactions
  • Pathogenesis in autoimmune cardiomyopathy
  • Autoimmunity predisposing genes
  • Genes involved in tolerance and autoimmunity
  • Role of AIRE gene and ectopic thymic expression of parenchymal antigens in devel-opment of autoimmune diseases
  • Role of dendritic cells in the induction of tolerance/autoimmunity
  • Carbon monoxide as an antiinflammatory mediator and HO-1 expression in autoimmunity
  • Chemokines and their receptors in autoimmune diseases
  • Cell adhesion molecules in arthritis and autoimmune diseases
  • Food antigens and autoimmunity
  • Environment versus genetics in autoimmunity
  • Mast cells and autoimmunity
  • Anti-receptor autoantibodies
  • Natural autoimmunity
  • New technologies in the detection of autoantibodies especially antigen arrays and addressable laser beads
  • Challenges for the clinical autoantibody laboratory
  • New challenges for autoantibody testing in the brave new world of biological therapeutics
  • Autoimmunity and pregnancy
  • Atherosclerosis and autoimmunity
  • Rheumatoid arthritis, new therapies for autoimmune disorders
  • Modern methods in diagnostics of diabetes
  • Type 1 diabetes: New technologies in prevention and treatment
  • Gene therapy and autoimmune disease
  • Peptide therapy and autoimmune disease
  • Biologics as therapies of autoimmunity
  • Remodelling in systemic autoimmune diseases by differentiated stem cells or gene therapy
  • Therapeutical vaccines for autoimmune diseases, T cell vaccination, drug-vaccines against myasthenia gravis, drugs-vaccines against lupus

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