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Aims and scope
Clinical and Molecular Allergy is an open access, peer-reviewed journal that covers all aspects of allergy research with a special focus on molecular allergy and clinical applications of molecular techniques. In April 2015, Clinical and Molecular Allergy became the official journal of the Italian Society of Allergology, Asthma and Clinical Immunology.
This international journal appeals to allergists & immunologists, pulmonologists, otolaryngologists, geneticists and other physicians, healthcare workers, medical students and the public worldwide.
The journal accepts research articles, reviews, commentaries, case reports and correspondence and has six different sections:
- Respiratory Allergy
- Allergen Immunotherapy
- Clinical and Molecular Allergy
- Clinical Immunology
- Food, Drug, Insect Allergy
Enrico Maggi, University of Firenze, Italy
Cristoforo Incorvaia, ICP Hospital Milano, Italy
Gianenrico Senna, University-Hospital of Verona, Italy
Carlo Agostini, University of Padova, Italy
Enrico Heffler, University of Catania, Italy
Massimo Triggiani, University of Salerno, Italy
Elide Pastorello, University of Milano, Italy
Carlo Lombardi, Poliambulanza Hospital, Italy
About the SIAAIC
The Italian Society of Allergy, Asthma and Clinical Immunology (SIAAIC) is a scientific society strongly represented on the national territory with more than 650 active members working in university structures, hospital departments and territorial outpatients' clinics.
The main aim of SIAAIC is to improve allergy and clinical immunology as a discipline, through integrated actions of specialistic and post-specialistic education, promotion of knowledge in allergy and clinical immunology, and support of patients' organizations. These aspects are accomplished by giving the opportunity to its members (a third of which are Junior Members, under 35 years of age) to attend several educational events, participate in clinical/epidemiological research and patients-targeted informative events.
Moreover, many active SIAAIC members are worldwide well-known scientists and contribute to increase the knowledge in allergy and clinical immunology into the international scientific community.