Allergy Working Group

Allergy Working Group

Allergy Working Group


  • Peter Hellings – Lead
  • Dermot Ryan - Vice Chair
  • Nikos Papadopoulos
  • Antonella Muraro
  • Ludger Klimek
  • Pete Smith
  • Simon Carney
  • Richard Harvey
  • Pascal Demoly
  • Wytske Fokkens
  • Glenis Scadding
  • Claus Bachert
  • Lars Olaf Cardell
  • Ralph Mosges
  • Magnus Wickman
  • G Walter Canonica
  • Erkka Valovirta
  • Joaquim Mullol
  • Phil Lieberman
  • Eli Meltzer
  • Fulvio Braido
  • George Christoff
  • Hae-Sim Park
  • Kirsten Beyer
  • Martin Church
  • Renaud Louis
  • Torsten Zuberbier
  • Audrey Dunn Galvin


The most recent meeting took place during the REG Summit 2018 in Amsterdam.

Allergy WG REG Summit 2018


Work Plan

The working group is currently collating research ideas following an inaugural meeting in June 2015 and is currently prioritising its core activities to reflect the opportunities to examine allergy within real-life respiratory research in a context that will benefit patient care and inform future guidelines.


Planned Studies: Seeking Funding

Assessment of the incidence of acute and chronic rhinosinusitis

Real-world effectiveness of allergen immunotherapy

Evaluate the burden of allergic disease study from multi-stakeholder (primary care, secondary care, pharmacy) perspectives

Published Research

IgE mediated sensitisation to aeroallergens in an asthmatic cohort: relationship with inflammatory phenotypes and disease severity.
Manise M, Bakayoko B, Schleich F, Corhay JL, Louis R.
Int J Clin Pract. 2016 Jul;70(7):596-605. doi: 10.1111/ijcp.12837.


EU Symposium Precision Medicine in Allergy and Airways Disease

REG was delighted and honoured to be represented by Prof. David Price at the European Academy of Allergy and Clinical, European Rhinologic Society and the European Medical Association European Symposium on Precision Medicine in Allergy and Airways Diseases. The meeting took place on 14th October 2015 at the European Parliament in Brussels and was the first visionary meeting on precision medicine in the field of the most prevalent non-communicable diseases in Europe, i.e. allergy and chronic airway diseases and aimed to:

  • Demonstrate the need for precision medicine in allergy and chronic airways disease in Europe
  • Define an action plan to deliver precision medicine in allergy and airways disease in Europe

You can watch the discussion online here:

We are looking forward to future meetings and will keep you updated on any developments.
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Working Group Documents

File Sharing

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