The ISAR Team conducted a training session for the ISAR electronic data capture system; OpenClinica in Japan, Osaka. 8 site leads and their colleagues from various parts of Japan came together to attend this important event to kickstart data collection in Japan.
Date: 15th December 2018 Continue reading “OpenClinica EDC system training in Japan, Osaka”
The ISAR Team attended the 24th World Congress of Asthma in Japan, where they met with several Japanese severe asthma leaders to discuss collaboration and research topics over a casual dinner.
Date: 3rd to 6th October 2018 Continue reading “24th World Congress of Asthma, Tokyo, Japan”
A new structure was introduced at this ISC meeting (15th September 2018): Closed session exclusive to ISC members to identify next key steps and open session for research collaborators.
Date: 15th to 19th September
The second ISAR Steering Committee meeting of the year 2018 with over 17 Steering Committee members was held on 19th May 2018 during the ATS in San Diego, CA.
Date: 18th to 23 May 2018 Continue reading “American Thoracic Society Conference 2018”
Professor David Price presented at the ISAR project to Korean pulmonologists and allergologists during AIRWAY VISTA 2018 at the Asan Medical Center.
Date: 31st March to 1st April 2018
ISAR presented at the Respiratory Effectiveness Group in Amsterdam on the 22nd to the 24th March 2018. Continue reading “ISAR at REG 2018”
ISAR will hold a core steering committee meeting with 15 steering committee members from 15 respective countries at the REG Summit in Amsterdam on March 22nd, 2018. These severe asthma leaders will come together to discuss results from the first international research project from its inaugural year (2017)and prioritise research for the year 2018.
Date and Time: March 22, 2018; 16:30 – 18:30 PM
Location: Park Plaza Amsterdam Airport, Melbournestraat 1, 1175 RM Lijnden, Netherlands
The ISAR team, lead by Professor Price (center), visited Professor Tohda (third from right) and Iwanaga (second from right) in Osaka, Japan on February 12th, 2018 to kickoff the initiative in more than 40 sites in Japan!
Professor Price shares the latest developments in ISAR with the Thoracic Society of Australia and New Zealand. Both parties discussed how they can join forces to amplify the impact they will have on severe asthma research.