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Allergies and lung diseases are a major cause of long-term suffering for people in the UK. We are keen to help alleviate this suffering by providing critical funding to support research into asthma, allergy and inflammatory lung diseases at the University of Southampton, Faculty of Medicine and allied activities at the University Hospital Southampton.
Dec 2020 18
Grant Call: Closing 12th February 2021
AAIR is currently accepting applications for both Research Grants and Equipment Grants. Please follow the link here to our current research page...
Oct 2020 19
Severe asthma is associated with more allergies
Professor Graham Roberts has led a European team in a study assessing the interrelationships between allergy and asthma. Professor Roberts is one...
Oct 2020 10
Professor Stephen Holgate receives Knighthood in the Queen’s Birthday Honours List
Professor Stephen Holgate has been knighted for services to medical research in the 2020 Queen’s Birthday Honours List. Professor Sir Holgate is...
Jun 2020 5
Asthma is associated with reduced lung function growth between 10 and 18 years while smoking is associated with decline in lung function between 18 and 26 years.
This is important as this suboptimal lung function increase the likelihood that an individual will develop chronic obstructive pulmonary disease....
Jan 2020 17
Involvement of the Epidermal Growth Factor Receptor in IL-13 Mediated, Corticosteroid-Resistant Airway Inflammation
Severe, difficult-to-treat asthma is poorly controlled by current medications and often does not respond at all to the mainstay drugs, called...