Asthma: Signals for the Future

Lung Research Day, June 19, 2015, will bring together clinical and basic sciences faculty, postdoctoral and graduate students, and industry partners to share topics in current research.

The 6th Annual Lung Research Day will be held:
Friday, June 19, 2015
8:00 AM – 4:30 PM (followed by reception)
UC Davis Genome and Biomedical Sciences Facility Auditorium, UC Davis campus

Abstract Deadline: 6/1/2015
Registration Deadline: 6/17/2015

For registration, abstract submission and information click here.

For questions, please contact Chue Xiong at (530) 752‐9281 or

Click here to download conference details.

Impact of Stress, Behavior, and Environment on Asthma

Immunological Responses Stress and the Allergic Airway Response

DC Migration in Asthma: Ozone‐ vs Allergen‐Induced Effects

Postnatal Exposures to PM2.5 Air Pollution and Asthma

Novel Interventions for the Treatment of Asthma

Dietary Treatments for Asthma: A Case for Nutrition

Novel Biologics in the Treatment of Asthma

The Development of a Novel Statin Inhaler

Bronchial Thermoplasty in the Treatment of Severe Asthma: The UC Davis Experience

Phil Thai Memorial and Benjamin Davis Memorial Abstract Awards

Poster Viewing

Asthma Mechanisms of Disease –What’s New? 

Keynote: The Role of Mast Cells in Asthma Pathology: Insights from Mouse Models of Asthma. Dr. Stephen J. Galli, Stanford University, Department of Pathology 

The Role of MARCKS Protein in Asthma

Interactions of Microbes and Mucosal Innate Immunity: Implications for Asthma

Closing Remarks

Wine & Cheese Reception

UC Davis Health System: Department of Internal Medicine link to Lung Research Day