EADV Congress to Present New Insights from DermatologyBy The European Academy Of Dermatology And Venereology eadv, PRNE
Sunday, September 19, 2010
8,000 Specialists Join for the Annual Meeting in Gothenburg
GOTHENBURG, Sweden, September 20, 2010 - About 8,000 dermatologists and scientists from all over the
world will attend the annual meeting of the European Academy of Dermatology
and Venereology (EADV) in Gothenburg from 6-10 October, 2010. The 18th EADV
Congress is dedicated to the presentation and discussion of the most recent
developments in clinical and experimental dermatology and venereology.
The alarming increase in HIV prevalence and the challenges of
early HIV diagnosis as well as new findings for a better cosmetic use of
Botulinum Toxin are among the key issues of this year's EADV Congress.
Moreover, the meeting will provide insights into novel diagnostic tools for
skin cancer, recent advances in dermatosurgery, new therapies of
immune-mediated skin disorders, as well as an update on dermatoscopy and
Making waves in dermatology - in line with this motto, two
press conferences are scheduled to present the latest findings in
dermatologic research and current therapeutic options.
We cordially invite you to attend the English media briefing: Friday, 8 October 2010, 10.00 am Swedish Exhibiton and Congress Centre, Gothenburg Room R4 on level 2 What's new in dermatology - Presenters and topics: Prof Dr Olle Larkö - President 19th EADV Congress Sahlgrenska University Hospital, Gothenburg, Sweden Alarming increase in the incidence of skin cancer Prof Dr Andreas Katsambas - EADV President A. Sygros Hospital, University of Athens, Greece Botulinum Toxin - Lessons learned from the past and promises for the future Prof Dr Luca Borradori (tbc) - EADV Scientific Programming Committee Bern University Hospital, Switzerland Rare autoimmune and systemic diseases Prof Dr Yann Barrandon Laboratory of Stem Cell Dynamics, Lausanne, Switzeland Stem cells for ex vivo gene therapy Dr Colm O'Mahony - Chair EADV Media & PR Committee Countess of Chester NHS Trust, Chester, UK HIV is here to stay - get used to it Further experts will be available for your questions: Prof. Brian Diffey (Newcastle, UK): Sun, vitamin D and the skin Dr Richard Warren (Manchester, UK): Pharmacogenomics Prof. Jorgen Serup (Copenhagen, Denmark): The importance of patient compliance in treatment outcome Prof. Angelika Stary (Graz, Austria): Evolving strategies in STI prevention
Media representatives are cordially invited to register online
or email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Full details of the meeting programme and further
information on the 19th EADV Congress can be found at
Media contact PublicScience Phone: +49-30-28099103 Luisenstr. 48 Fax: +49-30-28099105 D-10117 Berlin Email: press(at)EADVGothenburg2010.org Germany
Media contact: PublicScience, Luisenstr. 48, D-10117 Berlin, Germany, Phone: +49-30-28099103, Fax: +49-30-28099105, Email: press(at)EADVGothenburg2010.org
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