Plenary 2 & Frontiers in Skin Biology and Dermatology 2

Date: Friday 29 September 2017
Time: 10.05-11.30
Room: Europa Hall

Chairs: Matthew Caley, Amy Foulkes, Sara Wickström

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

Program

10.05-10.30 Frontiers in Skin Biology and Dermatology Lecture (20 minutes + 5 minutes discussion)

Biomechanical Regulation of Epidermal Stem Cell Fate
Sara Wickström (Cologne, Germany)
  Plenary Presentations
10.30-10.40 005 (Poster 523)
Reprogramming of energy metabolism during UVB-induced carcinogenesis
M Hosseini,2,1 R Rossignol1,3 and H Rezvani2,1 1 Bordeaux Univ, BORDEAUX, France, 2 INSERM U1035, Bordeaux, France and 3 Inserm 1211, Bordeaux, France
10.40-10.50 006 (Poster 524)
Regional variation in epidermal susceptibility to ultraviolet induced carcinogenesis reflects proliferative activity of epidermal progenitors

E Roy, H Wong, V Murigneux, L Fink and K Khosrotehrani UQ Diamantina Institute,Translational Research Institute, University of Queensland, Brisbane, QLD, Australia
10.50-11.00 007 (Poster 303)
The adaptive response of mesenchymal stem cells to danger signals regulate neutrophil activation in cutaneous wounds

S Munir, K Singh, A BASU and K Scharffetter-Kochanek Dermatology and Allergic Diseases, Ulm University, Ulm, Germany
11.00-11.10

008 (Poster 083)
iRHOM2-p63 pathway mediates survival and redox balance in keratinocytes

P Arcidiacono, CM Webb, D Blaydon, A Chikh and DP Kelsell Centre for Cell Biology & Cutaneous Research, Blizard Institute Queen Mary University, London, United Kingdom

11.10-11.20 009 (Poster 309)
A novel adipokine C1q/TNF-related proteins-3 decreases in psoriasis patients and ameliorates imiquimod-induced psoriasis-like skin lesions by inhibiting the proliferation and inflammatory cytokines expression of keratinocytes

K Xue and G Wang Dermatology, Xijing Hospital, Xi’an, China
11.20-11.30 010 (Poster 087)
Metabolic and stress kinase signaling control skin barrier function: implications for diabetic skin complications

E Wachsmuth,1 M Awazawa,2 S Aghdam,1 F Tellkamp,1 M Pasparakis,3 J Brüning2 and CM Niessen1 1 Dermatology, University Hospital Cologne, Cologne, Germany, 2 University of Cologne, Center for Endocrinology, Diabetes and Preventive Medicine, Cologne, Germany and 3 Cologne Excellence Cluster on Cellular Stress Responses in Aging-associated Diseases (CECAD), Cologne, Germany