The next International Eosinophil Society (IES) webinar will take place on Wednesday 6th October and will feature presentations on 6 abstracts.

The event is free to all viewers, but the IES ask that you register (link at bottom).


A Multi-Site Study of Colon Molecular Profiles Establishes Eosinophilic Colitis as a Unique Disease Entity

Tetsuo Shoda, Research Fellow, Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center

Single-cell RNA Sequencing of Mast Cells in Eosinophilic Esophagitis Reveals Local Proliferation and Activation that Persists in Remission

Netali Ben-Baruch Morgenstern, Ph.D., Research Fellow, Cincinnati Children's Hospital

Eosinophils are an integral component of the pulmonary granulocyte response in tuberculosis and promote host resistance in ice 

Katrin D. Mayer-Barber, MD, NIH/NIAID

The effect of mepolizumab on eosinophil and basophil kinetics in patients with eosinophilic asthma

Marwan Hassan, MD, UMC Utrecht

The effect Mepolizumab efficacy and impact in patients with T cell driver hypereosinophilic syndrome: a biomarker sub-study in the recent placebo-controlled phase III clinical trial

Sina Karimi, ULB

Molecular and Epigenetic Mechanism of Innate Lymphoid Cell (ILC) Memory for Allergen-induced Eosinophilic Asthma


Wednesday 6th October. 14:30-16:30 BST;  15:30-17:30 CET;  9:30-11:30 ET


Please register using the link below.

Register for the IES Abstract Presentations event