Addressing unmet needs in understanding asthma mechanisms

Michael R. Edwards, Sejal Saglani, Jurgen Schwarze, Chrysanthi Skevaki, Jaclyn A. Smith, Ben Ainsworth, Mark Almond, Evangelos Andreakos, Maria G. Belvisi, Kian Fan Chung, William Cookson, Paul Cullinan, Catherine Hawrylowicz, Marek Lommatzsch, David Jackson, Rene Lutter, Benjamin Marsland, Miriam Moffatt, Mike Thomas, J. Christian Virchow & 35 others Georgina Xanthou, Jessica Edwards, Samantha Walker, Sebastian L. Johnston, Ian Adcock, Cezmi A Akdis, Elisabeth Bel, Jean Bousquet, Anneke Ten Brinke, Guy G Brusselle, Sven Erik Dáhlen, Ratko Djukanovic, Mina Gaga, Luis Garcia-Marcos, Pieter Hiemstra, Enrico Heffler, Stephen T Holgate, Maciek Kupczyk, Clare Lloyd, Jane Lucas, Antoine Magnan, Thomas Martin, David Myles, Clive Page, Susanna Palkonen, Nikos Papadopoulos, Alberto Papi, Pippa Powell, John Riley, Ian Sayers, Antonio Spanevello, Peter Sterk, Paraskevi Xepapadaki, Craig E Wheelock, members of the EARIP WP2 working group12

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Abstract

Asthma is a heterogeneous, complex disease with clinical phenotypes that incorporate persistent symptoms and acute exacerbations. It affects many millions of Europeans throughout their education and working lives and puts a heavy cost on European productivity. There is a wide spectrum of disease severity and control. Therapeutic advances have been slow despite greater understanding of basic mechanisms and the lack of satisfactory preventative and disease modifying management for asthma constitutes a significant unmet clinical need. Preventing, treating and ultimately curing asthma requires co-ordinated research and innovation across Europe. The European Asthma Research and Innovation Partnership (EARIP) is an FP7-funded programme which has taken a co-ordinated and integrated approach to analysing the future of asthma research and development. This report aims to identify the mechanistic areas in which investment is required to bring about significant improvements in asthma outcomes.

LanguageEnglish
Article number1602448
JournalEuropean Respiratory Journal
Volume49
Issue number5
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StatePublished - 1 May 2017
Externally publishedYes

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Edwards, M. R., Saglani, S., Schwarze, J., Skevaki, C., Smith, J. A., Ainsworth, B., ... members of the EARIP WP2 working group12 (2017). Addressing unmet needs in understanding asthma mechanisms. European Respiratory Journal, 49(5), [1602448]. DOI: 10.1183/13993003.02448-2016
Edwards, Michael R. ; Saglani, Sejal ; Schwarze, Jurgen ; Skevaki, Chrysanthi ; Smith, Jaclyn A. ; Ainsworth, Ben ; Almond, Mark ; Andreakos, Evangelos ; Belvisi, Maria G. ; Chung, Kian Fan ; Cookson, William ; Cullinan, Paul ; Hawrylowicz, Catherine ; Lommatzsch, Marek ; Jackson, David ; Lutter, Rene ; Marsland, Benjamin ; Moffatt, Miriam ; Thomas, Mike ; Virchow, J. Christian ; Xanthou, Georgina ; Edwards, Jessica ; Walker, Samantha ; Johnston, Sebastian L. ; Adcock, Ian ; Akdis, Cezmi A ; Bel, Elisabeth ; Bousquet, Jean ; Ten Brinke, Anneke ; Brusselle, Guy G ; Dáhlen, Sven Erik ; Djukanovic, Ratko ; Gaga, Mina ; Garcia-Marcos, Luis ; Hiemstra, Pieter ; Heffler, Enrico ; Holgate, Stephen T ; Kupczyk, Maciek ; Lloyd, Clare ; Lucas, Jane ; Magnan, Antoine ; Martin, Thomas ; Myles, David ; Page, Clive ; Palkonen, Susanna ; Papadopoulos, Nikos ; Papi, Alberto ; Powell, Pippa ; Riley, John ; Sayers, Ian ; Spanevello, Antonio ; Sterk, Peter ; Xepapadaki, Paraskevi ; Wheelock, Craig E ; members of the EARIP WP2 working group12. / Addressing unmet needs in understanding asthma mechanisms. In: European Respiratory Journal. 2017 ; Vol. 49, No. 5.
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Edwards MR, Saglani S, Schwarze J, Skevaki C, Smith JA, Ainsworth B et al. Addressing unmet needs in understanding asthma mechanisms. European Respiratory Journal. 2017 May 1;49(5). 1602448. Available from, DOI: 10.1183/13993003.02448-2016