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J-Project 2007



  CITY, Country DATE
1. ZAPORIZHZHYA, Ukraine   19-20 April, 2007
2. ST. PETERSBURG , Russia   30 May, 2007
3. OHRID, Macedonia   20-21 September, 2007
4. IASI , Romania   12-13 October, 2007
5. LJUBLJANA , Slovenia   16-17 November, 2007

 

 Отчет о первой международной конференции в России в рамках J-projecta в Санкт-Петербурге 30 мая 2007 года.

20th J PROJECT Meeting

 

Saint-Petersburg, Russia

30 May, 2007

Host:              Marina Guseva
                                   gusevamarina@mail.ru

Organising        Marina Guseva
committee:       Natalia Kalinina
                         Areg Totolyan
                         Laszlo Marodi                           

Venue:           Anichkov Palace, Saint-Petersburg

Main Topic:
Diagnostics of patients with primary immunodeficiencies in Saint-Petersburg and North-West of Russia

Program

30 May, WEDNESDAY

XI RUSSIAN SCIENTIFIC FORUM
WITH INTERNATIONAL PARTICIPATION

Symposium

 

CHAIRMEN
Professor Irina V. Kondratenko
Professor Andrej P. Prodeus

THEMES

Prodeus A.P. (Moscow, Russia)
Congenital disorders of complement system

Kalinina N. M. (Saint-Petersburg, Russia)
Diseases of respiratory system among patients with primary immune deficiency

Shabalov N. P. (Saint-Petersburg, Russia)
Prenatal infections and primary immune deficiencies

Galkina E. V. (Moscow, Russia)
Deficiencies of IL-12 and IFNγ-dependent immunity

Mushkin A.N., Kovalenko L.N., Maljarova E.J. (Saint-Petersburg, Russia)
Disorders of IL-12 and IFNγ-dependent immunity among the patients with generalized mycobacterial infection

Paschenko O. E. (Moscow, Russia)
Prenatal diagnostics and medical genetic advising of the patients with primary immune deficiencies

Prokofieva T. E. (Riga, Latvia)
Population structure of primary immune deficiencies in Latvia

Bataneant Michaela, Iagaru N., Perignon J.L., Serban M., Jinca C., Cochino A. (Timisoara, Romania)
PNP deficiency – case report

Guseva M. N., Sharapova T. L., Miheenko M. A., Kalashnikova O. V., Dubko M. F., Snegiryova L. S., Golovinova J. J., Petrova S. I. (Saint-Petersburg, Russia)
Primary immune deficiencies with predominant disorders of antibody synthesis


CHAIRMEN
Professor Laszlo Marodi
Professor Natalia M. Kalinina

THEMES

Marodi Laszlo (Debrecen, Hungary)
Filatov’s disease and the genetics of XLP

Kondratenko I. V. (Moscow, Russia)
The principles of primary immune deficiency therapy

Melinda Erdos (Debrecen, Hungary)
Primary chemokine receptor defect

Polyakov A. V. (Moscow, Russia)
Molecular biology diagnostics of primary immune deficiencies

Symposium

CHAIRMEN
Professor I. V. Sidorenko
Professor M. N. Jartsev

THEMES

Jartsev M. N. (Moscow, Russia)
Immunodeficient\immunocompromised child

Latysheva T. V., Setdikova N. X. (Moscow, Russia)
Primary immunodeficiency in adults: the issues of diagnostics and management

Harit S. M. (Saint-Petersburg, Russia)
Vaccination of children with primary immune deficiencies

Sidorenko I. V. (Moscow, Russia)
Arrangement of medical care for the patients with immunodeficiencies

Chernyshova L. I. (Kiev, Ukraine)
Diagnostic opportunities and treatment of patients with primary  immune deficiencies in Ukraine

Bologov A. A. (Moscow, Russia)
15 year experience of branch of Clinical Immunology Department functioning at a general pediatric hospital

Nisheva E. S. (Saint-Petersburg, Russia)
Congenital immune deficiencies in clinical practice of a general pediatric hospital in St. Petersburg

Staicheva N. V., Afanasiev B. V., Zubarovskaya L.S., Zubarovskaya N.I., Semjanova E.V., Ovsjannikova M.A., Paina O. V. (Saint-Petersburg, Russia)
Experience in allogeneic transplantation of hematopoietic stem cells in WAS syndrome


SUMMARY AND CONCLUSIONS

The J-Project was held for the first time in Russia on the 30th of May 2007. The J-Project was held as part of the XI Russian scientific forum with international participation “Days of immunology” in Saint-Petersburg. “Days of immunology” are annually held in our city, demonstrating rapid development of fundamental and applicative immunology.
This meeting was very vital for practical diagnostics and management of patients with PID in our region. It was the first pediatric forum where a lot of specialists of our city exchanged experience in management of patients with PID.
Our colleagues from Moscow have shared their great experience. Forum contributed to establishment new professional international relations, opening new possibilities of diagnostics and exchange of practical experience. Clinical cases of management patients with PID are the best school in this area.
Reports of our colleagues Professor Laszlo Marodi and Melinda Erdos from University of Debrecen (Hungary) showed latest scientific achievements in molecular diagnostics of XLP and primary chemokine receptor defects.
Report of Professor A.V. Polyakov showed possibilities of molecular biology diagnostics of primary immune deficiencies in Moscow.
Reports of our colleagues from RDKB of Moscow were very actual and important for pediatricians and clinical immunologists. Report of Professor I.V. Kondratenko was dedicated to the principles of primary immune deficiency therapy. Report of our colleagues from Moscow “15 year experience of branch of Clinical Immunology Department functioning at a general pediatric hospital” is very interesting and useful for our city. Results of cooperative work of department of clinical immunology RDKB from Moscow and department of osseous-articular tuberculosis of Institute of phthisiopulmonology from Saint-Petersburg were represented in reports of E.V. Galkina and A.N. Mushkin.
Diagnostic difficulties of primary immune deficiencies were emphasized in the report of Professor N.P. Shabalov.
Diseases of respiratory system among patients with primary immune deficiency were analyzed in report of Professor N.M. Kalinina.
New directions of practical use of immunologic research methods were represented in report of Professor A.P. Prodeus – “Congenital disorders of complement system”.
Analyse of clinical cases of primary immune deficiency was revealed in reports of our colleagues from Institute of Immunology (Moscow): in report of Professor M.N. Yartsev “Immunodeficient\immunocompromised child” and in report of Professor N.X Setdikova “Primary immunodeficiency in adults: the issues of diagnostics and management”.
Analyse of diagnostics and management of patients with primary immune deficiency in practice of general pediatric hospital DGB№1 was represented in report of Professor E.S. Nisheva “Congenital immune deficiencies in clinical practice of a general pediatric hospital in St.Petersburg”.
Experience of management of patients with primary immune deficiencies with predominant disorders of antibody synthesis was showed in the report of M.N. Guseva.
Violent discussion concerning children vaccination developed after the report from Institute of pediatric infections.
First experience in allogeneic transplantation of hematopoietic stem cells in WAS syndrome in our city was described in one of the reports.
Our colleague from Riga shared experience in diagnostics and management of patients with primary immune deficiency in her report “Population structure of primary immune deficiencies in Latvia”.
Professional experience of colleagues from other regions and countries was investigated during the wide professional discussion on symposium, analyse of medical aid to patients with primary immune deficiency in our city was held during this meeting.
Everything this undoubtedly will improve situation of diagnostics and management of patients with primary immune deficiency in our region.

 

Marina Guseva,
Consulting Centre of Pediatric Medical Academy,
Saint-Petersburg,
Russia


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