Our team is excited to announce our participation in the upcoming International Societies for Investigative Dermatology Meeting (ISID) in Tokyo, Japan.
This conference is a leading global platform for scientists, researchers, and clinicians to share their latest research and innovations in the field of dermatology.
Attendees will have the opportunity to hear from Prof. Ralf Paus (Founder & CEO), Dr. Marta Bertolini (Acting CEO & CSO) and Dr. Ilaria Piccini (Deputy CSO & Team Leader) about our newest, compelling research highlights on skin and hair conditions and diseases and to get to know about our capabilities in supporting your pre-clinical and clinical research.
We will have both oral presentations and e-posters to showcase our work.
Oral Presentation, CONCURRENT MINI-SYMPOSIUM 7 (CM7-07), MAY 12, 16:30-16:40
IL-15 contributes to atopic dermatitis pathogenesis: lessons from a novel humanized mouse disease model. Presenter: Ilaria Piccini
Poster Presentations, 11th and 12th of May, 18.40-19.10
Skin, Appendages, and Stem Cell Biology
1386- Estetrol Prolongs Anagen in healthy female scalp hair follicles by Positively Modulating Dermal Papilla Functions and generation of Progenitor Stem Cells Ex Vivo
1419 - Pre-clinical in-vitro assays for high throughput screening of drug candidates for protection and restoration of immune privilege in alopecia areata
1420 - Ashwagandha-derived exosome-like nanoparticles promote human hair growth ex vivo
LB1776 - Optimized culture conditions of Hidradenitis Suppurativa skin for preclinical screening ex vivo
LB1777 - A novel ex vivo model of human hair follicle immune privilege collapse reveals the potential of farudodstat, a DHODH inhibitor, as a therapeutic for alopecia areata treatment
Innate Immunity, Microbiology, Microbiome
1032 - Characterization of the human scalp hair follicle microbiome reveals differential spatial distribution, abundance and viability of intrafollicular microbiota and modulation of hair growth and metabolism by Staphylococcus epidermidis
LB1641 - Short-term IL-23 neutralization reduces IL-23 transcription and number of activated pro-inflammatory mononuclear phagocyte (MNPs) in psoriasis skin ex vivo
Adaptive and Auto-Immunity
55 - IL-15 contributes to atopic dermatitis pathogenesis: lessons from a novel humanized mouse disease model
If you would like to schedule an appointment with us, please feel free to contact Dr. Leslie Ponce at email@example.com or Ramanjot at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We look forward to seeing you in Tokyo!