We are happy to announce that Monasterium Laboratory will be participating in this year’s
EADV Congress − September 7-10, 2022 in Milan, Italy;
IFSCC Congress – September 19-22 in London, UK;
and ESDR annual meeting – September 29 – October 01 in Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
If you would like to schedule an appointment with us, please do not hesitate to contact Dr. Marta Bertolini (email@example.com). We will be happy to discuss our newest, compelling research highlights and to introduce you our capabilities in supporting your pre-clinical and clinical research, or project results if you are already collaborating with us.
Our participation to the congresses includes:
EADV Congress (participation of Dr. Marta Bertolini, Prof. Ralf Paus, Dr. Ilaria Piccini, and Dr. Leslie Ponce)
Booth A15 – Exhibition Hall: Meet the team and learn about our research highlights and expertise in clinical trial and pre-clinical models and services.
Industry HUB 2.10 – Exhibition Hall: Participate on Saturday, September 10th at 10.30 am to learn about “Clinically Predictive Models in Preclinical Dermatological Research” hosted by Prof. Ralf Paus, and Dr. Marta Bertolini with the exclusive participation of Prof. Kristian Reich, University Hospital Hamburg-Eppendorf - Hamburg, and take part in our enriching Q&A session.
Our team will also present 6 posters and hold 2 oral presentations.
IFSCC Congress (featuring our team leader, Dr. Markus Fehrholz)
Dr. Fehrholz will present 2 posters.
ESDR annual meeting (participation of Dr. Marta Bertolini, Prof. Ralf Paus, Prof. Tamás Bíró, Dr. Janin Edelkamp and Dr. Ilaria Piccini)
Meet the team at our Booth N°2 which we will share with our colleagues from QIMA LifeSciences.
Our team will hold oral presentations and present several posters. Please find the abstracts in the ESDR annual meeting abstract book.
Additionally, we will be co-hosting the Satellite Symposium on Dermatoendocrinology which will take place September 28th from 13:00 to 18:00 in room 5.
Prof. Ralf Paus will co-host the symposium and give a lecture on "Human scalp hair follicles operate a fully functional peripheral equivalent system of the central hypothalamic-pituitary-somatotropic (HPS) axis"