Frontiers Lectures

Dermatology has numerous interfaces with basic science fields. Thus, a constant update in these areas is crucial for the further development of dermatological research. The purpose of the Frontiers in Skin Biology and Dermatology lectures is to provide overviews about about emerging fields in science including non-dermatological topics that are relevant for experimental and clinical dermatology. These talks are principally intended as essential updates for "non-experts". The Frontiers lectures are likely to be two of the most popular sessions at the 2017 ESDR meeting.

This year, the Frontiers talks will be combined with Plenary Sessions 1 and 2.

Frontiers in Skin Biology and Dermatology 1

Date: Thursday 28 September 2017, 11.15-12.45
Room: Europa Hall
Chairs: Juha Kere, Matthias Schmuth, Maria Sibilia

Supported by:

Keratinocyte Transcriptomics from Skin Biopsies to Single Cells

Cell-Specific Functions of Epidermal Growth Factor Receptor (EGFR) Signaling in Inflammation and Cancer

Juha Kere Maria Sibilia

followed by Plenary 1 talks

Frontiers in Skin Biology and Dermatology 2

Date: Friday 29 September 2017, 10.05-11.30
Room: Europa Hall
Chairs: Matthew Caley, Amy Foulkes, Sara Wickström

Biomechanical Regulation of Epidermal Stem Cell Fate
Sara Wickström

followed by Plenary 2 talks