International Symposium on Cough
Latest research findings and evolving ideas on the importance of cough in clinical disease
27 - 29 June 2018
£400 - Full course
£250 - Day rate
Margaret Turner Warwick Education Centre
Imperial College London
Royal Brompton Campus
London SW3 6LY
The Tenth International London Cough Symposium
Latest research findings and evolving ideas on the mechanisms underlying cough, the importance of cough in clinical disease and cough suppressive therapies
This series of International symposia on Cough was initiated by Professor John Widdicombe in 1999.
The Tenth International Cough Symposium will gather clinicians and scientists for a review and discussion of the latest research findings and evolving ideas regarding the importance of cough in clinical disease, the latest thoughts on pathophysiological mechanisms, on current and future treatments of cough. This Tenth Symposium will particularly focus on the advances in our clinical understanding of chronic cough, the importance of the hypersensitive state, and the recent developments in new targets to control cough.
The Symposium will include state-of–the-art lectures, round-table discussions and poster presentations by an International faculty. There will be plenty of opportunities to interact with the International faculty of clinicians and scientists and there is a chance for researchers and clinicians to present work in the form of posters that will be discussed during plenary sessions.
One of the highlights of the Symposium will be a specially-invited John Widdicombe lecture given by a cough researcher who has made a special impact in the field.
The proceedings of the meetings will be published in a special Issue of Pulmonary Pharmacology Therapeutics.
- Understand the mechanisms underlying cough hypersensitivity syndrome
- Have a greater knowledge of chronic cough associated with various common respiratory disorder
- Have insight into the current management of patients with chronic cough
- Will hear about the recent advances in antitussive therapies
Respiratory clinicians, physiotherapists, language and speech therapists, basic scientists and physiologists in sensory neurophysiology, clinical scientists in cough, pain and itch, pharmacologists, and pharmaceutical company scientists.
- Lorcan McGarvey, Queen’s University, Belfast, UK
- Stuart Mazzone, University of Queensland, Australia
- Lu-Yuan Lee, University of Kentucky Medical Center, Lexington, USA
- Maria Belvisi, NHLI, Imperial College, London
- Surrinder Burring, Kings College Hospital, London
- Brad Undem, John Hopkins, USA
- Peter Dicpinigaitis, New York, USA
- Kefang Lai, Guangzhou, China
- Aiko Niimi, Nagoya, Japan
- Alyn Morice, Hull, UK