In the last two decades we have witnessed a dramatic increase in allergic diseases worldwide, presenting a challenge for societies.
This course will be facilitated by an experienced international faculty. Lectures, discussions and presentations will focus on the immunology, clinical aspects, new biological diagnosis methods and the future of immunotherapy for allergic diseases.
Accommodation and meals will be covered. Travel fellowships will be offered to the best applicants from outside Algeria.
All participants will have free access to compulsory online teaching material 6 weeks before the course via Immunopaedia.
Requirements to apply:
This 5-day course is open to MSc and PhD students, post-doctoral fellows, physicians, and scientists in the early stages of their careers, who have demonstrated an interest in the research or applied aspects of allergic diseases. Applicants will mostly be from Africa.
To apply on-line, please visit
and follow instructions carefully
Deadline for application: 19th February 2020
*Selected participants must agree to pay a registration fee of 50 Euros for non-Algerians
and 6500 DA for Algerians.
Dates : 24th-28th June 2020
Location : El-Aurassi Hotel, Algiers, Algeria
Kamel Djenouhat, Sofiane Samir Salah & Rida Djidjik (Faculty of Medicine, University of Algiers 1, Algeria)
Salah Mecheri (Institut Pasteur de Paris, France)
Miriam Merad (Mount Sinai School of Medicine, New York, USA)
Dieter Kabelitz (University of Kiel, Germany)
Ridha Barbouche (Institut Pasteur de Tunis, Tunisia)
Michelle Letarte (University of Toronto, Canada)
Clive Gray (University of Cape Town, South Africa)
Winfried F. Pickl & Rudolf Valenta (Medical University of Vienna, Austria)
Luis R. Caraballo (University of Cartagena, Columbia)
Yasmine Belkaid (NIH, Bethesda, USA)
Hamida Hammad (Ghent University, Belgium)
Hans Yssel & Ulrich Blank (INSERM, Paris)
Reinhold E. Schmidt (Hannover Medical School, Germany)
Werner J. Pichler (University of Bern, Switzerland)
Habib Chabane (Sorbonne University, Paris)
Carsten Schmidt-Weber (Center of Allergy & Environment, Munich, Germany)
Claude Lambert (Centre Universitaire St-Etienne, France)