5th ESDR Satellite Symposium DERMATOENDOCRINOLOGY

Date: Wednesday 27 September 2017
Time: 14.00-18.00
Room: Wolf Dietrich 1,2

Organizers & Discussion: Ralf Paus (Manchester, UK) & Markus Böhm (Münster, Germany)

All participants must register for the ESDR 2017 main meeting if not otherwise specified. One-day registrations are available for satellite meetings. Presentations must be loaded in the Media check room.

This satellite symposium is kindly supported by:

   
 

Program

14.00-14.05 Welcome & Introduction
Thomas Luger (Münster, Germany)
14.10-14.37 Lecture 1
Psychoemotional stress responses of the skin: Lessons from hair, mice, and female students
(20 min + 7 min discussion)
Eva Peters (Berlin & Giessen, Germany)
14.37-15.04 Lecture 2
Substance P and calcitonin gene-related peptide: Key regulators of cutaneous microbiota homeostasis
(20 min + 7 min discussion)
Marc Feuilloley (Evreux, France)
15.04-15.18 Oral presentation from selected ESDR abstracts
The role of corticotropin releasing hormone in connective tissue - and mucosal-type mast cell biology
(10 min + 4 min discussion)
Koji Sugawara (Osaka, Japan)
15.18-15.45 Lecture 3
Retinoids as modulators of skin inflammation and skin microbiome: Lessons from acne
(20 min + 7 min discussion)
Antti Lauerma (Helsinki, Finland)
15.45-16.15 Coffee Break
16.15-16.45 Keynote Lecture
The encocannabinoid system as a novel regulator of mitochondrial activity in human epidermis (20 min + 10 min discussion)
Attila Olah, Debrecen, Hungary
16.45-17.12 Lecture 5
Role of galanin in cutaneous biology
(20 min + 7 min discussion)
Barbara Kofler (Salzburg, Austria)
17.12-17.26 Oral presentation from selected ESDR abstracts
Mineralocorticoid receptor: pathophysiology and therapeutic innovations
(10 min + 4 min discussion)                        
Tuan Nguyen (Paris, France)
17.26-17.53 Closing Lecture
Is hidradenitis/acne inversa an endocrine disorder?
(25 min + 9 min discussion)
Christos Zouboulis (Dessau, Germany)
17.53-18.00 Closing Remarks
18.00-19.00 ESDR Reception for Satellite Meeting Attendees