JM Research and Clinical Blog

Junior Members (JMs) represent the largest EAACI Section consisting of more than 4000 clinicians and scientists under the age of 36 years. Over the years, EAACI has developed specific activities to support and increase the influence of the younger members within the Academy. The blog initiative is an important open-access resource of the EAACI Task Force on “Public outreach activities on immunological mechanisms in allergy and asthma’’, organized and led by the EAACI Basic & Clinical Immunology Section in collaboration with EAACI Junior Members and the EAACI Mentorship Programme. The Junior Members Research and  Clinical Blog highlights the scientific research and clinical work of some of EAACI’s many highly talented junior members.

For more information on the EAACI JM Mentorship Programme click here.

Junior Member Researcher and Clinical Blog Posts

April 2, 2020

Coronavirus infection and allergies: what do we know?

October 17, 2019

Don’t wait – Vaccinate !

February 25, 2019

How the surface of the lung controls the development of asthma

January 29, 2019

Understanding the airway remodeling in asthma and its main elements – protease and protease inhibitors

November 13, 2018

There’s something fishy about seafood allergies!

October 10, 2018

Working towards a safer and more effective oral immunotherapy – a treatment for food allergy