Thursday, May 11 | 12:20 – 2:00

Nextmune Lunch Symposium
Grand Ballroom A

Dr. Thierry Olivry
DrVet, PhD, DipECVD, Dip ACVD Head of Research & Development

The detection of IgE sensitizations, be it by intradermal or serological testing, and the design of the ensuing immunotherapy formulations have relied for decades on the use of allergen extracts. In humans, IgE testing—and the ongoing immunotherapy research, have begun to rely on the use of individual allergen molecules or components. In this lecture, the participants will be introduced to the advantages of molecular allergology and to the Pet Allergy Xplorer (PAX), the new IgE serological macroarray that uses molecular components.

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Friday, May 12 | 12:20 – 2:00

Ceva Lunch Symposium

New Insights in Skin Barrier Science
Chiara Noli, DVM, DipECVD

This lecture will be a clinically relevant review of recent advances in understanding skin barrier science; including the innovative, topical ingredient, Ophytrium. Recent field studies will be presented which tie the science to your clinical practice and patient outcomes.

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