On the occasion of Paul Cullinan’s appointment as adjunct professor of Occupational and Environmental Medicine at the Clinical Research Department, University of Southern Denmark and at the Occupational and Environmental Medicine Department, Odense University Hospital: the Department of Occupational and Environmental Medicine Department, the Pulmonary Medicine Department, the Occupational Allergy Center and the Faculty of Health Sciences hereby invite you to attend an inaugural seminar with the following program:
14.00-14.05: Introduction and welcome
Kirsten Kyvik, Head, Clinical Research Department, Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Southern Denmark
14.05-14:50 “Specific inhalation challenge (SIC), State-of-the art”, Paul Cullinan, Professor, MD, PhD, Occupational and Environmental Respiratory Diseases, the National Heart and Lung Institute and Honorary Consultant Physician in Respiratory Medicine at the Royal Brompton Hospital, London
Occupational asthma, developing areas (sponsored by DASAM and Danish Society of Respirator Medicine):
Co-chairmen: David Sherson and Claus Rikard Johnsen
14.50-15.30: “Occupational asthma phenotypes, the EAACI database", Olivier Vandenplas, Professor, MD, PhD, Head of Mont-Godinne Clinic, Université Catholique de Louvain, Belgium
15.30-15.50: Coffee Break
15:50--16.30: “Low molecular weight (LMW) agents and laboratory methods- IgE”, Bjarne Kristensen, Nordic Area Manager, Thermo Fisher Scientific (Denmark)
“Basophil activation test (BAT)”, Hans Jürgen Hoffman, Professor, B.Sc (Hons), PhD, Aarhus University (Denmark)
16.30-17.10: “Breathomics, occupational asthma and LMW agents”, Paul S. Monks, Professor, Head of the College of Science and Engineering, University of Leicester, Great Britain
17.10-17:30 Panel discussion and closing of the seminar
After the seminar, a reception will be held in the Café, J.B. Winsløws Vej 25, DK-5000 Odense C, ground floor.
All interested persons are welcome to attend the seminar and the following reception.
Danish Occupational and Environmental Medicine Society and Danish Society of Respiratory Medicine