17 November 2016

Scientific Highlights in the Brussels Programme

An excellent scientific programme is now available online for viewing: http://eadvbrussels2017.org/scientific-information/scientific-programme/

We aim to deliver an outstanding programme to our delegates and have endeavoured to include the latest developments and updates, innovative treatment modalities and new areas of clinical research and development, to keep up with the ever-changing world of skin diseases and improve European dermatology for our patients with skin diseases.

Here is a taste of some of the keynote lectures given by the below internationally recognised experts:

Plenary Lectures:
Can we prevent ageing? - Christopher Griffiths (GB)
Contact allergy - Ann Goossens (BE)
Update on the role and value of histopathology today - Bernard Cribier (FR)
Microbiome: A new player in dermatology - Stephan Weidinger (DE)
Treatment of STI’s – are we running out of options? - Colm O'Mahony (GB) 

What’s New:
What's new in inflammatory diseases? - Georg Stingl (AT)
What's new in the treatment of infectious diseases? - Olivier Chosidow (FR)
What's new in genetic skin diseases? - Giovanna Zambruno (IT)

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