- Gao ZS, Yang ZW, Wu SD, Wang HY, Liu ML, Mao WL, Wang J, Gadermaier G, Ferreira F, Zheng M, van Ree R, Peach allergy in China: A dominant role for mugwort pollen lipid transfer protein as a primary sensitizer. J ALLERGY CLIN IMMUN 2013;131 (1):224-226 [PubMed]
- Burney PGJ, Potts J, Kummeling I, Mills ENC, Clausen M, Dubakiene R, Barreales L, Fernandez-Perez C, Fernandez-Rivas M, Le TM, Knulst AC, Kowalski ML, Lidholm J, Ballmer-Weber BK, Braun-Fahlander C, Mustakov T, Kralimarkova T, Popov T, Sakellariou A, Papadopoulos NG, Versteeg SA, Zuidmeer L, Akkerdaas JH, Hoffmann-Sommergruber K, van Ree R, The prevalence and distribution of food sensitization in European adults. ALLERGY 2014;69 (3):365-371 [PubMed]
- Datema MR, Zuidmeer-Jongejan L, Asero R, Barreales L, Belohlavkova S, de Blay F, Bures P, Clausen M, Dubakiene R, Gislason D, Jedrzejczak-Czechowicz M, Kowalski ML, Knulst AC, Kralimarkova T, Le TM, Lovegrove A, Marsh J, Papadopoulos NG, Popov T, del Prado N, Purohit A, Reese G, Reig I, Seneviratne SL, Sinaniotis A, Versteeg SA, Vieths S, Zwinderman AH, Mills C, Lidholm J, Hoffmann-Sommergruber K, Fernández-Rivas M, Ballmer-Weber B, van Ree R, Hazelnut allergy across Europe dissected molecularly: A EuroPrevall outpatient clinic survey. J ALLERGY CLIN IMMUN 2015;136 (2):382-391 [PubMed]
- Smith M, Jäger S, Berger U, Sikoparija B, Hallsdottir M, Sauliene I, Bergmann KC, Pashley CH, de Weger L, Majkowska-Wojciechowska B, Rybníček O, Thibaudon M, Gehrig R, Bonini M, Yankova R, Damialis A, Vokou D, Gutiérrez Bustillo AM, Hoffmann-Sommergruber K, van Ree R, Geographic and temporal variations in pollen exposure across Europe. ALLERGY 2014;69 (7):913-923 [PubMed]
- Santos A, van Ree R, Profilins: Mimickers of Allergy or Relevant Allergens?. INT ARCH ALLERGY IMM 2011;155 (3):191-204 [PubMed]
Ronald van Ree was originally educated in history but switched to biochemistry and immunology, the field in which he defended his thesis at the University of Amsterdam in 1994 on the topic of grass pollen allergens and their interaction with the immune system. From 1994 until 2005 he headed the Allergy Research Laboratory at Sanquin Blood Supply Foundation in Amsterdam. In July 2005 he moved to the Academic Medical Center in Amsterdam where he was appointed as Associate Professor at the Department of Experimental Immunology. There he is head of the Laboratory for Allergy Research. In June 2009 Ronald van Ree was appointed as Full Professor of Molecular and Translational Allergology. The main areas of interest of the Allergy Research group are:
Protein-chemistry and molecular biology of respiratory and food allergens: what makes an allergen an allergen?
Innovative approaches for in vitro and in vivo diagnosis of IgE-mediated allergy: from allergen extracts to molecular diagnostics.
Innovative biopharmaceutical approaches for allergen-specific immunotherapy: recombinant technology, novel adjuvants and administration routes.
Immuno-epidemiology of respiratory and food allergies: the role of allergen exposure, environment, diet, infections and lifestyle in the development of allergy.
Mouse models of allergy and asthma: how are sensitization and disease expression regulated?
Ronald van Ree has participated in many EU Framework Program projects, amongst which as co-ordinator of the CREATE project (FP5) developing certified reference materials for allergen products, as vice-coordinator in the Integrated Project (FP6) on Food Allergy, EuroPrevall, in the GLOFAL project (FP6) aiming at integrating food allergy research in developing countries in EU framework program, as co-ordinator of the ongoing project (FP7) on immunotherapy for food allergy FAST (2008-2015), and more recently as ExCom member of the iFAAM project (FP7) on risk management of food allergy. In February 2014 he has taken up the coordinatorship of a new recently granted EU project BM4SIT targeting at innovative approaches for allergen-specific immunotherapy (novel adjuvant in combination with a designed hypo-allergen). He is on the editorial board of several leading journals in the field of allergology, and is associate editor of International Archives of Allergy and Immunology. He is the academic co-chair of the HESI-PATC. Ronald van Ree has published around 275 papers in peer-reviewed journals, and several book chapters.
Molecular mechanisms of disease induction, symptom expression, immunotherpay and prevention in IgE-mediated allergy
The main areas of interets of the Allergy Reserach group are:
- Protein-chemistry and molecular biology of respiratory and food allergens: what makes an allergen an allergen?
- Innovative approaches for in vitro and in vivo diagnosis of IgE-mediated allergy: from allergen extracts to molecular diagnostics.
- Innovative biopharmaceutical approaches for allergen-specific immunotherapy: recombinant technology, novel adjuvants and administration routes.
- Immuno-epidemiology of respiratory and food allergies: the role of allergen exposure, environment, diet, infections and lifestyle in the development of allergy.
- Mouse models of allergy and asthma: how are sensitization and disease expression regulated?
Theme: Infection and Immunity / Public Health and Epidemiology
This research group participates in CIA
Prof. dr. R. van Ree
- Other, European Academy of Allergy and Clinical Immunology
- Membership of editorial board / Editorship, CLINICAL AND TRANSLATIONAL ALLERGY
- Membership of medical or scientific committee, WHO/IUIS, WHO/IUIS Allergen standardization Committee
- Membership of medical or scientific committee, WHO/IUIS, WHO/IUIS Allergen Nomenclature Committee
- Contribution to guidelines and protocols, Food Allergy and Anaphylaxis Guidelines / European Academy of Allergy and Clinical Immunology
- Membership of medical or scientific committee, HESI-ILSI, Protein Allergenicity Technical Committee (co-chair)
- Membership of advisory board / Consultant, HAL Allergy BV
- Membership of advisory board / Consultant, Citeq BV
- Europese Unie
- HAL Allergy bv
- ILSI Health and Environmental Sciences Institute