ERS Satellites 2018: Severe Asthma

ERS Satellites is a new ERS Initiative to support sharing of knowledge to a high number of respiratory professionals without incurring unnecessary costs associated with travel and accommodation. The first event focused on Severe Asthma and was chaired by Professor Stephen Holgate and Professor Guy Brusselle.

ERS satellites have been set up in 8 major European cities all taking place on the same day. Each satellite was chaired by thought leaders in the field representing European Respiratory Society and the local national respiratory society. All sessions are available online for HCPs who could not attend the live event.

 



Educational aims
  • To present the very best of international lung science research
  • To highlight new discoveries likely to impact on the future of respiratory medicine
  • To encourage debate and interaction between young postdoctoral scientists and established investigators
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 [+]  Webcast Opening of the ERS Satelite Symposium 2018
Guy Brusselle (Belgium) & Stephen Holgate (UK)
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 [+]  Webcast Live from Rome: Definition, epidemiology and impact of severe asthma
Walter Canonica (Italy) & Pierluigi Paggiaro (Italy)
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 [+]  Webcast Live from Brussels: Pathogenesis of severe asthma and its natural history
Guy Brusselle (Belgium) & Bart Lambrecht (Belgium)
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 [+]  Webcast Live from Paris: Differential diganosis and phenotyping
Marc Humbert (France) & Pascal Chanez (France)
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 [+]  Webcast Live from London: Current and future biomarkers in severe asthma
Stephen Holgate (UK) & Chirs Brightling (UK)
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 [+]  Webcast Live from Amsterdam: Co-morbidities in severe asthma across the life course
Annemie Boehmer (Netherlands) & Elisabeth Bel (Netherlands)
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 [+]  Webcast Live from Stockholm: What is different about severe asthma in children and adults?
Sven-Erik Dahléen (Sweden) &Gunilla Hedlin (Sweden)
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 [+]  Webcast Live from Berlin: Anti-eosinophil and anti-type 2 directed targeted therapies
Klaus Rabe (Germany) & Roland Buhl (Germany)
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 [+]  Webcast Live from Madrid: Stratification and treatment of non-type 2 severe asthma
Alvar Agusti (Spain) & Luis Perez de Llano (Spain)
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