A campus for treatment, research and education in the allergy and asthma field

The launch of the Allergy Campus for treatment, research and education in the allergy and asthma field at Davos Wolfgang in 2014 set a new milestone. The three independent partners, CK-CARE (Christine Kühne – Center for Allergy Research and Education), HGK (Hochgebirgsklinik) Davos and SIAF (Swiss Institute of Allergy and Asthma Research), are combining forces to build a globally unique centre in this field – a project that will act as a beacon.

Based on these three independent pillars, fundamental research, clinical research, clinical and outpatient care, development of treatments, teaching/education of students and physicians as well as conferences, meetings, seminars and workshops are being combined in one and the same place on the site of HGK.

The spatial and organizational proximity also means that the results of the research directly benefit patients in the clinic. The research side in turn benefits from access to key issues and questions arising from the clinic with relevant treatment priorities. Knowledge gathered from this collaboration will be disseminated to the world through targeted educational measures.

Info-Flyer Allergiecampus Davos (German)

 

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