Scientific Program

Highlights


  • Primary Immunodeficiencies Around the World
  • Educational day and Juniors activities
  • How do the well-known immunodeficiencies present around the world? Do patients “read text books”?
  • Tropical diseases and PIDs
  • Vaccines issues and PIDs
  • Newborn screening and other population screening strategies for PID diagnosis
  • Diagnosing PIDs: designing strategies to overcome the gaps
  • Treating PIDs: a special attention to immunoglobulin replacement therapy around the globe
  • The use of biologicals for treating PIDs
  • The cure of PIDs: stem cell replacement therapy and gene therapy
  • Novel diseases
  • Novel mechanisms of disease
  • PID registries: developing common strategies and sharing data
  • The interface between allergy and primary immunodeficiencies