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Citations should be made in the following way: Authors. Title. Eur Respir J 2019; 54: Suppl. 63, abstract number.

Early origins of lung disease: an interdisciplinary approach

Chairs: J. Collins (Rotterdam, Netherlands), N. Ubags (Epalinges, Switzerland)
Aims: to focus on the mechanisms underlying healthy and aberrant perinatal lung development as well as the impact of (pulmonary) immune maturation and microbial composition on lung health in childhood and adulthood; to bring together renowned experts in the field to identify knowledge gaps in research of pre- and postnatal lung development from a multidisciplinary perspective: to focus on cellular, immunological and microbial crosstalk in the lung, and to determine whether there is a window-of-opportunity in early life when potential preventive strategies for respiratory diseases can be beneficial.
Fetal and neonatal lung development: the impact of multiple pre- and postnatal exposures
A. Jobe (Cincinnati, United States of America)
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Does early injury of the neonatal lung contribute to premature lung aging?
A. Hilgendorff (München, Germany)
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Early-life pulmonary immunity and development of paediatric inflammatory respiratory diseases
C. Lloyd (London, United Kingdom)
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Early-life respiratory infections: diagnosis, prognosis and treatment
D. Bogaert (Edinburgh, United Kingdom)
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