2022 AAAAI Annual Meeting
AAAAI Annual Meeting

Basic Science Highlights

Are you interested in attending basic science sessions? Browse our list of sessions below, which are organized by overarching topic. Attend these lectures by leading scientists and learn about the most recent cutting-edge discoveries in immunology, and on mechanisms of asthma and other allergic diseases.

Friday, February 25, 2021   
1211    Metabolic Regulation of Viral and Inflammatory Disease
1509    Extracellular Nucleotides in the Regulation of Asthma and Allergy
1525    Local Gastrointestinal Mechanisms of Tolerance and Hypersensitivity
1803    Early Life Environmental Exposures Regulate Host Allergic Immune Responses: Lessons from the AADCRC
1807    Novel Discoveries in Mast Cell Biology

Saturday, February 26, 2021     
2010    Recent Advances in Animal Models of Allergic Disease
2302    Intersection of Genetics, transcriptomics and health disparities in severe asthma
2506    Single Cell RNAseq: Finding the Needle in the Haystack
2521    NIAID: New Insights into the Immunoregulation of Atopic Dermatitis
2810    The Bullseye on Prostaglandins: Targeting Asthma Therapy

Sunday, February 27, 2021     
3306    Insights Into Th2 Regulation, B Cells, and Antibody Secreting Cells in Inflammation: Research from the 2019 AAAI Foundation Development Awardees
3307    Regulation and Function of T Cells in Allergic Disease
3509    Sialic-acid-binding immunoglobulin-like lectin (Siglec)-8 Biology and Clinical Applications
3510    Mast Cells: Living Many Different Lives
3708    MAAI: The Idiosyncrasies of Severe Asthma: Evidence from Cellular, Molecular, and Genomic Studies

Monday, February 28, 2021     
4101    An Ounce of Prevention
4302    The Evolving Impact of Respiratory Viruses on Asthma
4306    Nature vs Nurture: Genetic and Environmental Factors Implicated in EoE
4308    Potential Untapped Targets in Severe Asthma

Pre-recorded    
5001    Microbial Contribution to Asthma Pathogenesis
5129    Updates from the Bench: Novel Insights into the Pathophysiology of CRS
5132    Human Group 2 Innate Lymphoid Cells: Rapidly Moving Into Clinical Relevance
5143    Recent Advances in the Mechanisms of CRS
5213    New Insights in the the Mechanisms of Severe Asthma
5215    Thinking Beyond Lymphocytes in Asthma: Platelets as Immune Cells
5216    The Origin and Fate of IgE-switched B cells
5303    Eosinophils are Important in CRS Pathogenesis


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