TAMS 2022 educational webinars
TAMS is continuing its new online education series this year, hosting bi-monthly live webinars with leading Australian mast cell disease specialists.
Final education webinar of 2022 and TAMS Zoom End of Year Party
Featuring a replay of ‘Mast Cell Diseases 101’ with Dr Celia Zubrinich
Saturday, 10 December 2022, 4-6 pm AEDT
Don’t forget our next TAMS Education session on Saturday, 10 December 2022, 4–5 pm AEDT on Zoom, followed immediately by our Zoom End of Year Party from 5–6 pm AEDT. Registrations are limited to 100 – register online today.
For your diary
2023 topics, speakers and registration links will be available shortly.
Past TAMS educational webinars – member-only access
TAMS’ past education webinars are available to watch for TAMS Members. Become a TAMS member to access the recordings.
If you are a TAMS member, please email firstname.lastname@example.org to request the individual link and password for each webinar recording. (Please note the login for this website does not access these videos – it is for donation management)
Webinar recording access info will be sent in the member e-newsletter following a webinar (e.g., Dr McComish’s will be sent in our September e-newsletter).
Saturday, 22 October 2022, 4–5 pm AEDT (in recognition of Awareness Day)
In 2020, 13 patient advocacy groups from around the world collected the top ten needs and concerns of patients with Mastyctosis and MCAS. We worked for over two years to analyse the collective data about patient needs and together published an important paper in JACI in Practice, Vol. 10 Issue 8.
At the October TMS Conference, the core author group spoke on the paper and its key results and proposed solutions:
- Valerie Slee, RN, BSN, The Mast Cell Disease Society, Inc. (TMS), Board Chair
- Susan Jennings, TMS, Research Co-Chair
- Jess Hobart, The UK Mastocytosis Support Group, Co-Chair
- Kristin Sinclair, The Australasian Mastocytosis Society (TAMS), Vice Chair, Treasurer, Membership and Co-founder
- Mercedes Martin, Spanish Association of Mastocytosis and Related Diseases, Scientific Advisor
- Celeste Finnerty, The Mast Cell Disease Society, Vice Chair for Research; Co Chair, Research Committee; Support Group Leader
Emerging treatments targeting mast cells and mediators with Dr Jeremy McComish
Saturday, 27 August 2022, 4–5 pm AEST
Dr Jeremy McComish, Victorian-based Allergist and Immunologist, spoke about emerging treatments targeting mast cells and mediators.
I think I have MCAS. What do I do?
Sunday, 26 June 2022, 4–5 pm AEST
Professor Pete Smith, one of Australia’s leading allergists, presented on MCAS – what it is, diagnosis and treatments.
Managing surgical procedures and anaesthesia
Saturday, 23 April 2022, 4–5 pm AEST
Professor Connie Katelaris MBBS PhD FRACP presented on managing surgical procedures and anaesthesia with a mast cell disease.
COVID-19 and Mast Cell Diseases: A patient’s perspective
Saturday, 26 February 2022, 4–5 pm AEDT (in recognition of Rare Disease Day on 28.2)
David Mayne, TAMS Chair, and a patient with CM/ISM, shared the latest research and his personal journey with mast cell disease and COVID-19.
2021 Awareness Day education and support webinar
Saturday, 23 October 2021, 4–5 pm AEDT (in recognition of Mast Cell Awareness Day on 20.10)
- Mast Cell Diseases 101 with Dr Celia Zubrinich, Consultant Physician with a special interest in all aspects of allergy.
- Coping with a chronic illness with Antonia Taylor, Coach, Counsellor and founding Director of Envision Services.
Did you miss out on the above webinars? Become a TAMS member to access the recordings.