AVISO – press conference on March 18th: Start of the pollen season 2021
Vienna (OTS) – Questions about pollen allergies are becoming more and more complex – answers to these questions are provided by research at the Medical University of Vienna and the free services of the Austrian Pollen Warning Service at MedUni Vienna. For many allergy sufferers, these are indispensable companions during the flowering period of the plants. The facility at the University Clinic for Ear, Nose and Throat Diseases has also offered doctors valuable support for everyday practice for many years and is now expanding this service even further.
As part of a Press briefing on March 18, 2021, which takes place online and with limited attendance from 10:00 am, experts from the Medical University of Vienna present these services as well as the new edition of the book “Pollen & Allergy” in cooperation with MANZ Verlag and explain the increasing diversity and complexity of pollen allergies. You will also find out how the pollen season will continue, which this year started somewhat delayed due to the cold snap in January.
Press briefing – start of the pollen season 2021
Link for interactive participation: https://events.streaming.at/pollen-20210318
Due to the Covid-19 security measures, personal presence is only possible for a limited number of participants and after prior registration (APA press center, Laimgrubengasse 10, 1060 Vienna) – please contact us and vote!
Your interlocutors (in alphabetical order):
Employee of the Austrian pollen warning service
Uwe E. Berger
Head of the Austrian Pollen Warning Service at MedUni Vienna, University Clinic for Ear, Nose and Throat Diseases MedUni Vienna / Vienna General Hospital
Institute for Pathophysiology and Allergy Research at MedUni Vienna, President of the Austrian Society for Allergology and Immunology (ÖGAI)
Date: March 18, 2021, 10:00 a.m.
Place: Live stream, Austria
Inquiries & contact:
medical university Vienna
Mag. Johannes Angerer
Head of Communication and Public Relations
+431 40 160 – 11 501
Mobile: +43 664 800 16 11 501
Allergen Avoidance Interest Group (IGAV)
Tel .: 0699 1 424 77 79