Future Leaders Symposium

Amphitheatre C

The ESDR Future Leaders Symposium facilitates interaction and collaboration between young ambitious researchers and current world leaders in the field of investigative dermatology. Organised by alumni of ESDR’s Academy for Future Leaders in Dermatology, this year’s symposium focuses on the theme of “Innovation in Dermatology research”. Given great global, social and political change, the program will consider how innovation has and will play a part in ensuring the ongoing success of investigative dermatology.

The 2019 Future Leaders Symposium is supported by:

 

Organising Committee

ESDR
Katia Boniface (Bordeaux, France)
Matthew Caley (London, UK)

Julien Seneschal (Bordeaux, France)

JSID
Sei-ichiro Motegi (Gunma, Japan)
Atsushi Otsuka (Kyoto, Japan)

This session is open to all registered ESDR delegates. 

Program

13.00-13.15 Welcome and Introduction
Katia Boniface, Sei-ichiro Motegi
  Session 1
Chairs:
Katia Boniface, Sei-ichiro Motegi


 

13.15-14.00 Scientific Presentations (12 minutes plus 3 minutes questions)

Proteomic research in dermatology
Beatrice Dyring-Andersen (Copenhagen, Denmark)

Interferonopathies: from diagnosis to treatment
Mathieu Rodero (Paris, France)

Gene therapy for recessive dystrophic epidermolysis bullosa: a translational journey
Su Lwin (London, UK)

14.00-14.15 LEO Foundation Award Ceremony

 

14.15-14.45 Coffee Break

 

Session 2
Chairs:
Matthew Caley, Atsushi Otsuka


 

14.45-15.00 Scientific Presentation (12 minutes plus 3 minutes questions)

PD-L1 on mast cells negatively regulates effector CD8+ T-cell activation in the skin
Tomoko Hirano (Kyoto, Japan)

15.00-15.40 Keynote Speakers

•  An immunological way to classify inflammatory skin diseases
Kilian Eyerich (Munich, Germany)

Science and Leadership
Liv Eidsmo (Stockholm, Sweden)

15.40-15.45 Research Techniques Made Simple (RTMS)
Sara Brown (Dundee, UK)
15.45-16.50 Session 3: Interactive Presentations



Part 1: Leadership

Naomi Chambers (Manchester, UK)
Chris Griffiths (Manchester, UK)

Part 2: Publications
Mark Udey, JID Editor (USA)

16.50-17.00 Closing Remarks

 

17.15- Depart for Future Leaders Dinner*

*Pre-registration for the Future Leaders Dinner has closed. A limited number of places may be available on the day. Please check during the coffee break on the day. Priority will be given to alumni from the ESDR Future Leaders Academy, Summer Research Workshops, SID Residents Retreat, JSID Kisaragi Juku and young scientists under 40.