European Academy of Allergy and Clinical Immunology (EAACI)
Académie européenne d'allergologie et d'immunologie clinique
Europäische Akademie für Allergologie und Klinische Immunologie
1956-09 Florence Italy
Founded Sep 1956, Florence (Italy), at 3rd European Congress of Allergy, as European Academy of Allergy – Académie européenne d'allergie, preliminary attempts having been made during 1st Congress, May-Jun 1950, Paris (France) and 2nd Congress, May 1953, Copenhagen (Denmark). Constitution and By-laws drawn up 1957, Utrecht (Netherlands). Name changed in 1971, when referred to in English as European Academy of Allergology and Clinical Immunology and in other languages as listed. EU Transparency Register: 567788614987-34.
Formulate public health and research policies focusing on allergy at a European level.
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