IPOPI 3rd Regional Asian PID Meeting

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We look forward to welcoming you to IPOPI’s 3rd Regional Asian PID Meeting – Online edition!

Register today for this great virtual meeting! Here you will further your knowledge about the latest development for primary immunodeficiency in your region. Tune in for two exciting meeting days with other participants from all over Asia.

The meeting was initially scheduled to take place in Kyoto, Japan, in September 2020. After careful consideration of the ongoing spread of COVID-19 worldwide and in order to ensure the safety of all participants we have decided to move this meeting online, with a shortened programme.

This Meeting will be run in English but on-demand language interpretation into Japanese, Bengali, Chinese (traditional and simplified), Hindi, Korean, Tamil and Vietnamese is available.

Registration will close at 15 September 23:59h Kyoto time (GMT+9).

See you soon!

Registration for this meeting is now closed!

Doctors Meeting

18 September –  17-20.00hrs (GMT+9 TOKYO)

Time Presentation Speaker
17.00 Introduction and welcome Martine Pergent, IPOPI President
Sponsor’s welcome Mr Kenji Misawa, Takeda
Sponsor’s welcome Dr Christine Jendrsczok, Kedrion
1st Session: Regional Clinical Priorities

Moderator: Mrs Martine Pergent

17:05 PID diagnosis and care priorities in Japan Prof Koshuke Imai (Japan)
17:25 Regional priorities – SEAPID perspectives Dr Narissara Suratannon (Thailand), SEAPID
17:45 Regional priorities – APSID perspectives Prof Surjit Singh (India), APSID President
18:05 Q&A Moderators: Mrs Martine Pergent & Dr Nizar Mahlaoui
18:20-18:35                                                     BREAK
2nd Session: PID Management

Moderator: Mrs Christine Jeffery

18:35 Management of severe PIDs during childhood: where do we stand in Asia? Dr Pamela Lee (Hong Kong)
18:50 Managing PIDs in adult patients with crossover conditions (autoimmunity, autoinflammation) Prof Martin Van Hagen (Netherlands, Thailand)
19:05 Transition care: managing the adult patient of tomorrow – the next challenge for Asia? Dr Nizar Mahlaoui (France)
19:20 Q&A Moderators: Christine Jeffery & Dr Mahlaoui
19:30 Complex regional clinical care cases

  • Flash presentation: Rare presentation of ADA 2 deficiency as hypogammaglobulinemia with Hodgkin lymphoma (5min) + Panel Discussion (10min)
  • Multiple infections, skin lesions and hepatosplenomegaly in a newborn baby
    (5min) + Panel Discussion (10min)
Moderator: Dr Mahlaoui

Presenters: Dr Murugan Sudhakar  (India) & Dr Masahiro Ueki , Supervised by Dr Yamada (Japan)

Panel: Prof Martin Van Hagen (Netherlands), Surjit Singh (India), Le Thi Minh Huong (Vietnam)

20:00 Closing remarks Christine Jeffery, IPOPI Vice Chair