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2010 Summary | Flyer

At this pioneering University of Pittsburgh Asthma Institute-hosted conference, foremost experts presented the latest understanding of biological pathways in asthma and clinical innovations for improving patient outcomes.

Following all speaker sessions on the first day, a facilitated poster session was led by Lauren Cohn, MD, Yale University for researchers to present their findings. 

The first day concluded with an evening banquet featuring a presentation by Jeffrey M. Drazen, MD, Harvard Medical School and editor-in-chief of The New England Journal of Medicine.

Scientific Sessions:

This revolutionary conference of international experts, caregivers, and industry specialists was a unique opportunity to discuss emerging data about asthma and analyze the information in relation to daily clinical practice and decision-making.

Day 1 of the two-day event focused on genetic, environmental, and phenotypic features that influence clinical care of several airway diseases.

The second day focused on host, pathogen, and immune responses in asthma.

Distinguished speakers included: