Plenary 1 & Frontiers in Skin Biology and Dermatology 1

Date: Thursday 28 September 2017
Time: 11.15-12.45
Room: Europa Hall

Chairs: Juha Kere, Matthias Schmuth, Maria Sibilia

Plenary oral presentations have been combined with Frontiers Lectures to make one session. Plenary talks are 8 minutes plus 2 minutes discussion.

The Frontiers in Skin Biology and Dermatology Lectures in this session are supported by:


11.15-11.40 Frontiers in Skin Biology and Dermatology Lecture (20 minutes + 5 minutes discussion)

Keratinocyte Transcriptomics from Skin Biopsies to Single Cells
Juha Kere (Huddinge, Sweden)
  Plenary Presentations
11.40-11.50 001 (Poster 292)
Regulatory T cell is essential for deletion of autoreactive CD4+ T cells to desmoglein 3 in peripheral tolerance
H Iriki,1,2 H Takahashi,1,2 N Wada1 and M Amagai1,2 1 Dermatology, Keio University School of Medicine, Tokyo, Japan and 2 Laboratory for Skin Homeostasis, RIKEN IMS, Yokohama, Japan
11.50-12.00 002 (Poster 088)
Understanding the role of ABCA12 in the Pathogenesis of Harlequin Ichthyosis

F Enjalbert,1 P Dewan,1 M Caley,1 B Fell,1 M Morse,3 DP Kelsell,1 A Enright2 and EA O’Toole1 1 Cell Biology Cutaneous Research, QMUL, London, United Kingdom, 2 Wellcome Trust Genome Campus, EMBL, Hinxton, Cambridge, United Kingdom and 3 ImmunoInflammation Therapy Area, GSK, Stevenage, United Kingdom
12.00-12.10 003 (Poster 310)
Unopposed IL-36 activity promotes clonal CD4+ T-cell responses with IL-17A production in generalized pustular psoriasis

A Arakawa, S Vollmer, P Besgen, B Summer, T Ruzicka, P Thomas and JC Prinz Dermatology, LMU, Germany, Germany
12.10-12.20 004 (Poster 658)
Wound Healing and Tissue Remodelling Low-dose CCL2 allows the rescue of maternal delayed healing through fetal progenitor cells recruitment

M Castela,1 M Sbeih,1 D Nassar,1 M Jachiet,1 Z Wang1 and S Aractingi2 1 Centre de Recherche Saint-Antoine-INSERM UMRS_938, Paris, France and 2 Faculté de médecine Paris 5 Descartes, Paris, France
12.20-12.45 Frontiers in Skin Biology and Dermatology Lecture (20 minutes + 5 minutes discussion)

Cell-Specific Functions of Epidermal Growth Factor Receptor (EGFR) Signaling in Inflammation and Cancer
Maria Sibilia (Vienna, Austria)