Lisbon, Portugal – 23 October, 2023
Credit: Skin Ageing & Challenges 2023
Lisbon, Portugal – 23 October, 2023
The International Society of Microbiota (ISM) is proud to present the 14th International Conference on Skin Ageing & Challenges 2023. This monumental event will unfold at the Altis Grand Hotel in Lisbon, Portugal, and virtually, on November 9-10, 2023.
Skin ageing, a multifaceted issue combining both basic research, mechanistic, clinical aspects and health concerns, is gaining significant attention in the scientific community.
This year’s conference promises to be a beacon of innovation, focusing on the latest research and trends to delay the side effects of ageing and skin ageing.
Highlights of the Conference Include:
- Deep dives into the intersections between Climate Change & Skin Health.
- Insights into the Skin Microbiome and its pivotal role in health and disease.
- Unveiling of the latest Innovations in Skin Ageing & Challenges for 2023.
You can learn more about the major talks, short oral presentations, and posters that will be presented by accessing the conference agenda.
Prof. Jean Krutmann, President of Skin Ageing & Challenges 2023, remarks, “Our objective is to bring forth a future vision on skin health, enabling us to live healthier, better, and longer. With the rapid strides in scientific research, it’s imperative that we share, discuss, and ideate on the global platform that this conference provides.”
Other Notable Features:
- Engaging panel discussions with global experts.
- Networking opportunities during coffee breaks and poster sessions.
- The prestigious “Skin Ageing & Challenges 2023 Awards” celebrating pioneering contributions to the field.
- Introduction of the visionary “Skin Challenges Task Force Group”.
The organizing committee invites researchers, dermatologists, health professionals, students, and anyone passionate about skin health to attend this transformative event. With an assemblage of the best minds in skin research, this conference promises to pave the way for the future of skin health.
Among attendees of Skin Ageing & Challenges 2023:
Industries: Abbvie, Allergan Aesthetics, Beiersdorf AG, Chanel, CompLife Group, Givaudan, Herbalife Nutrition, L’Oréal R&D, Laboratoire Native, Laboratoires Clarins, Laboratoires Expanscience, Lactobio A/S, Mibelle Group, No7 Beauty Company, Pharmasynthèse – Inabata, Skineome, Tianjin Finder Biotechnology Co., Unifarco, and many others…
Academics: Hochschule Albstadt-Sigmaringen, Boston University School of Medicine, Fondazione IIT , Fraunhofer Institute for Interfacial Engineering and Biotechnology, DKFZ German Cancer Research Center , Hautarztpraxis Glattbrugg, INSERM, Institut Cochin, IRB | Institute for Research in Biomedicine, IUF – Leibniz Research Institute for Environmental Medicine, Mahidol University, Medical University of Warsaw – MUW, Mid Sweden University, The National Institutes of Health , Stanford University, University of Alabama at Birmingham, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Universidade Federal de Santa Maria, University of Bath, University of California, Davis, Universidade de Coimbra, University of Exeter, The University of Manchester, Vanderbilt University Medical Center…
Skin Ageing & Challenges 2023 Media Partners: We wish to thank JEADV and CosmeticOBS.
For registration details, program specifics, or any additional information, please visit Skin Ageing & Challenges Website or contact us.
The International Society of Microbiota (ISM) is a global consortium focused on understanding microbiota across various ecosystems, including human health. They are dedicated to advancing research, sharing knowledge, and fostering collaborations in the field.