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Event report

Report on 4th ESID Prague Spring Meeting
May 9-10, 2005, Prague
Institute of Immunology, 2nd Medical School, Charles University, Prague

On May 9 and 10, 2005, the forth ESID Prague Spring meeting was held in the University Hospital Motol, Prague, Czech Republic. This year 32 participants from 10 countries, namely Czech Republic, Estonia, France, Germany, Italy, Lithuania, Poland, Slovakia, Turkey and UK, attended and actively participated in the event.
The main task of Prague ESID meeting is traditionally devoted to the exchange of information on PID between Western and Eastern Europe. This task was accomplished this year by an excellent attendance from both parts of European continent. Invited participating speakers for 2005 were Jean Laurent Casanova, Bodo Grimbacher, Rafaelle Badolato and Part Peterson.

First day was devoted to introductory invited lectures. Exceptionally interesting topics on the interaction between infection and immunity were discussed. Complexity of such interaction underlines the importance of research targeted at pathogenesis of PID. Traditionally the next panel was devoted to registries of PID. Participation of representants of 10 European countries clearly demonstrated the need for joined activities including registry and was beneficial for further development of such concerted actions. Lectures in the afternoon panel covered area between immunodeficiency and autoimmunity with an effort of multidisciplinary approach to autoimmune polyglandular syndrom. This entity that opens new aspects of the establishment of immune tolerance was presented from the point of view of molecular biologist, endocrinologist, pediatrician and immunologist. Laboratory methods and antibody deficiencies were on program second day of the meeting. Substantial part of the program was devoted to the case reports. Unusual and interesting cases were the most valued among all participants.

Complementary activities form traditionally important and interesting part of Prague Spring ESID meeting. Concert in Prague Castle and walks through City of Prague, located in the heart of Europe, reminded participants of one unified Euroepan area, particularly in 2005, the year of 60th anniversary of the end of Second World War.

The meeting was supported by Charles University, Second Medical Faculty, Prague, further by University hospital in Motol, Prague, by Research project 0021620812 of Ministry of Education, Czech Republic, EU 6th Framework Program Allostem LSHB-CT-2004-503319 and by companies Grifols, Exbio and Immunotech.

Meeting was also organized on the occasion of the Day of Immunology, declared by EFIS on 29th April, 2005.

This year meeting confirmed still growing scientific quality of the conference and the usefulness of these educational activities. The tradition will continue on May 8 and 9, 2006.

Anna Sediva
Prague, May 11, 2005


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Date Time Topic Lecturer Materials for download
09.05 09.00 Welcome speech Anna Sediva, Jirina Bartunkova
09.05 09.30 From idiopathic infectious diseases to novel primary immunodeficiencies Jean Laurent Casanova, Paris, France
09.05 10.00 SCID and bcgiits Petr Sedlacek, Prague, Czech Republic PDF file, 1512 kB PPT file, 1512 kB
09.05 10.15 ESID Register of PID Bodo Grimbacher, Freiburg, Germany PDF file, 1983 kB PPT file, 1983 kB
09.05 11.00 IPOPI – the International Patient Organisation for Primary Immunodeficiencies Eva Soergel, Nuremberg, Germany
09.05 11.15 PID Patients in the Czech Republic Radana Zachova, Prague, Czech Republic PDF file, 177 kB PPT file, 177 kB
09.05 13.00 APECED: monogenic autoimmune disease Part Peterson, Finland PDF file, 1407 kB PPT file, 1407 kB
09.05 13.30 APECED – endocrinology Jan Lebl, Prague, Czech Republic PDF file, 407 kB PPT file, 407 kB
09.05 13.45 APECED – immunology Anna Sediva, Prague, Czech Republic
09.05 14.00 APECED – immunology Raffaele Badolato, Italy
09.05 14.30 Hematopoietic stem cell transplantation in children with severe combined immunodeficiency Tuba Turul, Turkey PDF file, 514 kB PPT file, 514 kB
09.05 15.00 Donor lymphocyte infusion as a treatment of a complete DiGeorge syndrome Katerina Zdrahalova, Ester Mejstrikova, Prague, Czech Republic PDF file, 320 kB PPT file, 320 kB
09.05 15.30 Late diagnosis of Hyper IgE syndrome in 8-years old girl with severe pneumonia Andrea Polouckova, Prague, Czech Republic
09.05 16.00 Diagnosis and the teratment of FHL – first patient with complete perforin deficiency diagnosed in Czech Republic Renata Formankova, Prague, Czech Republic PDF file, 517 kB PPT file, 517 kB
10.05 09.00 Is there any genotype-phenotype relationship in patients with hereditary angioedema? Tomas Freiberger, Brno, Czech Republic PDF file, 195 kB PPT file, 195 kB
10.05 09.15 Applications for a rapid method of diagnosis using DHPLC system Gigliola Di Matteo, Italy PDF file, 407 kB PPT file, 407 kB
10.05 09.45 Detection of four herpesviruses in HLH patient after haploidentical HSCT Petr Hubacek, Prague, Czech Republic
10.05 10.00 Availibility of laboratory examinations of PID in participating countries/centers (round table) Andrea Polouckova, Prague, Czech Republic (coordinator)
10.05 10.30 Potential Classification of CVID patients based on B cell phenotypes Berne Ferry, Oxford, United Kingdom PDF file, 888 kB PPT file, 888 kB
10.05 11.00 Genetic cause of hypogammaglobulinemia Bodo Grimbacher, Freiburg, Germany PDF file, 3778 kB PPT file, 3778 kB
10.05 11.30 Asymptomatic hypogammaglobulinemic patients – do we need immunoglobulins? Jiri Litzman, Brno, Czech Republic PDF file, 280 kB PPT file, 280 kB
10.05 13.30 XLA – contiguous deletion syndrome Anna Sediva, Prague, Czech Republic
10.05 13.45 Dendritic cells and BTK Klara Sochorova, Prague, Czech Republic PDF file, 311 kB PPT file, 311 kB
10.05 14.00 Mucocutaneous candidosis Pavel Rozsival, Hradec Kralove, Czech Republic PDF file, 135 kB PPT file, 135 kB
10.05 14.15 Agamaglobulinemia. Case report Rasa Duobiene, Vilnius, Lithuania PDF file, 1055 kB PPT file, 1055 kB
10.05 14.45 Immunological alterations in a cohort of patients with22q11 syndrome Caterina Cancrini, Italy PDF file, 338 kB PPT file, 338 kB






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