Stallergenes Greer Foundation
The Stallergenes Greer Foundation was relaunched in early 2023. Its mission is to “Create healthier futures for all”.
The Stallergenes Greer Foundation pursues a comprehensive approach calling for “the collaborative efforts of multiple disciplines working locally, nationally, and globally, to attain optimal health for people, animals and our environment”, as defined by the One Health initiative.
The Stallergenes Greer Foundation is under the aegis of the Fondation de France. Its actions are carried out transparently and respect our ethical commitments to the Fondation de France.
Each member of the Stallergenes Greer Foundation brings unique expertise to contribute to achieving our mission of creating healthier futures for all.
The Stallergenes Greer Foundation is governed by a Board of Trustees which brings together the Managing Board and the Scientific Board.
The Board of Trustees is composed of four Stallergenes Greer executive officers.
Michele Antonelli, Chairman of the Stallergenes Greer Foundation, CEO Stallergenes Greer
Amer Jaber, Scientific Director Stallergenes Greer Foundation EVP Oerations Europe and International Stallergenes Greer
Catherine Kress, Secretary General of the Stallergenes Greer Foundation, Head of Communication and Corporate responsibility Stallergenes Greer
Dominique Pezziardi, Strategy Director of the Stallergenes Greer Foundation, General Manager France, Belgium and Luxembourg - Global Head of Pricing and Market Access Stallergenes Greer
The Scientific Board is composed of four independent members.
Pascal Demoly, Professor of Pulmonology and Head of Department at the University Hospital of Montpellier (France)
Alessandro Fiocchi, MD, Director of Allergy at Pediatric Hospital Bambino Gesù, Rome, Vatican City (Italy)
Carla Irani, Associate Professor, Internal Medicine and Clinical Immunology, Allergology - Immunological Asthma at Hôtel Dieu de France University Medical Center, Beirut (Lebanon)
Kari Nadeau, MD, PhD, Chair of the Department of Environmental Health at Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, Boston (MA, U.S.A.)
The Stallergenes Greer Foundation aims to create healthier futures for all by focusing on three key areas.
Advancing scientific research to bolster innovation and precision medicine
By focusing on scientific innovation and research, the Stallergenes Greer Foundation aims to support the scientific community in furthering allergology research to discover and develop novel solutions for people with allergic diseases.
Supporting academic initiatives to further develop future generations of allergy healthcare professionals
Because the future of allergology is being prepared today, the Stallergenes Greer Foundation encourages and supports the emergence of innovative academic projects.
Engaging in climate action and environmental protection to progress the prevention and treatment of allergies
Because the quality of the air we breathe has significant consequences on our health and can exacerbate chronic respiratory diseases1, the Stallergenes Greer Foundation is committed to raising awareness about climate change and environmental protection for the benefit of populations around the globe.
In 2023, the foundation will allocate up to 150,000 € for outstanding work led either by a young scientist or a mid-career scientist to advance precision medicine in the field of allergy, or outstanding work in the environmental field to advance the prevention and treatment of allergies.
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1. D’Amato G, Liccardi G, D’Amato M. The role of outdoor air pollution and climatic changes on the rising trends in respiratory allergy.