PLANNING AND TOPICS

SPIM 2024 - 9thedition

SKIN HOMEOSTASIS

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  • Dr Enikö SONKOLY

    Dr Enikö SONKOLY

    Department of Medical Sciences, Uppsala University (IMV) View more
  • Prof. Kathleen J. GREEN

    Prof. Kathleen J. GREEN

    Robert H. Lurie Comprehensive Cancer Center of Northwestern University View more
  • Prof. Tiago R. MATOS

    Prof. Tiago R. MATOS

    Amsterdam University Medical Center View more

EMERGING CONCEPTS

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  • Dr Eric LAGADEC

    Dr Eric LAGADEC

    Astrophysician at the Lagrange Laboratory of the Observatoire de la Côte d'Azur-UCA View more
  • Prof. Fabrice PIROT

    Prof. Fabrice PIROT

    Edouard Herriot Hospital, LBTIT UMR 5305, Faculty of Pharmacy View more
  • Prof. Stuart JONES

    Prof. Stuart JONES

    King's College London, UK View more

SKIN BARRIER

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  • Prof. Akemi ISHIDA-YAMAMOTO

    Prof. Akemi ISHIDA-YAMAMOTO

    Asahikawa Medical University (Japan) View more
  • Prof. Arup K. INDRA

    Prof. Arup K. INDRA

    Oregon Health & Sciences University View more
  • Prof. David MOORE

    Prof. David MOORE

    University of Edinburgh View more

AGING

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  • Prof. Nektarios TAVERNARAKIS

    Prof. Nektarios TAVERNARAKIS

    Medical School, University of Crete View more
  • Dr Anita KRISKO

    Dr Anita KRISKO

    University Medical Center Goettingen View more
  • Dr Charareh POURZAND

    Dr Charareh POURZAND

    Centre for Bioengineering and Biomedical Technologies, University of Bath, UK View more
  • Dr Miguel GODINHO-FERREIRA

    Dr Miguel GODINHO-FERREIRA

    IRCAN University Côte d'Azur - INSERM U1081 - UNS PARIS VII View more

The Greentech awards

State of the art in skin physiology

In its will to promote knowledge on skin physiology, and to encourage younger generation of scientists to search further, the Fondation d’Entreprise GREENTECH, organizer of the SPIM – will grant an award to 2 participants in the following categories.

Junior Scientist Award: €15,000

9 junior scientists will be selected and invited by the scientific committee for an oral presentation of their research. Travel and accommodation will be supported by the Committee.

For paper submission guidelines, click here

Best Poster Award: €4,000

All participants, whether they are junior researchers or not, have the opportunity to present a poster related to research on skin physiology. The winning poster will be selected through a vote involving all SPIM participants.

For paper submission guidelines, click here

What is the SPIM?

State of the art in skin physiology

The SPIM is a unique scientific meeting at the crossroads of research excellence and international conviviality. Putting latest research work and discoveries on skin physiology at its center, the event aims at sharing and mixing thoughts, views and investigation methods between various disciplines without dogmatic position.

It involves experts from all specialisations (physiologists, biochemists, dermatologists and pharmacologists) and all countries (USA, Great Britain, Germany, Italy, Japan, France, etc) and encourages cross-collaboration to push further scientific understanding of skin physiology and metabolic interactions, for both healthy and disorder skin states.

Each SPIM has been and is designed in collaboration with our scientific committee gathering renowned Scientists and Physicians with large experience in the area of skin physiology, dermatology and cosmetology.