Congress and Events

Explore our dedicated page for congress and event updates. Here, you can catch up on symposia sessions you might have missed, or read a summary of the latest research in epithelial science presented at a meeting. You can also find more information about upcoming events, webinars, and opportunities to collaborate on EpiCentral projects

UPCOMING EVENTS

New content coming soon! Here you will be able to view and register for upcoming events and meetings hosted by AstraZeneca and Amgen on epithelial science in severe asthma and beyond. Come back soon for more information!

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Slide deck presented at EAACI 2022 summarising the clinical relevance of airway hyperresponsiveness and the potential role of epithelial cytokines in airway remodelling.

Slide deck presented at EAACI 2022 summarising the role of mast cell-airway smooth muscle interactions in asthma.

Slide deck presented at EAACI 2022 summarising the key role of epithelial cytokines (TSLP, IL-33 and IL-25) in asthma. 

Slide deck presented at EAACI 2022 summarising the interplay between the environment and epithelium (a major driver of asthma pathology).

Read our highlights from the ATS 2022 meeting in San Francisco, including key takeaways and a summary of latest data shared.

Read our highlights from the EAACI 2022 meeting in Prague, including key takeaways and a summary of latest data shared.

Re-watch our symposium from ERS 2022, 'Heterogeneity of inflammation in asthma: a matter of airway epithelium?', co-chaired by Professors Boulet, Marone and Porsbjerg.

Dr Caminati explores the impact of environmental triggers on the airway epithelium.

Professor Marone explains how epithelial cytokines drive asthma pathobiology including severity, exacerbation risk, reduced lung function and more.

Professor Brightling explores how inflammatory cells and airway smooth muscle cells interact contributing to persistent airflow obstruction and airway hyperresponsiveness in asthma.

Professor Gauvreau presents the clinical relevance of airway hyperresponsiveness and remodelling in asthma phenotypes.