Scientific Meeting
The FRT’s annual Scientific Meeting is an international top-level symposium.

Every year, the Scientific Meetings go over any acquired knowledge on one skin cell. Mornings are reserved for fundamental approaches, while afternoons are devoted to approaches applied to physiopathology, pharmacology and therapeutic.

These are multi-subject meetings. Each presentation starts with a general overview of the terminology used, and continues with the speaker’s own research.

A commented bibliography is published in Experimental Dermatology since 2000.

The cycle covers approximately a 10 year period.
Scientific Meeting
The FRT’s annual Scientific Meeting is an international top-level symposium.

Every year, the Scientific Meetings go over any acquired knowledge on one skin cell. Mornings are reserved for fundamental approaches, while afternoons are devoted to approaches applied to physiopathology, pharmacology and therapeutic.

These are multi-subject meetings. Each presentation starts with a general overview of the terminology used, and continues with the speaker’s own research.

A commented bibliography is published in Experimental Dermatology since 2000.

The cycle covers approximately a 10 year period.
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Old meetings
  • 2019 - SKIN APPENDAGES – DEVELOPMENTAL AND PATHOPHYSIOLOGICAL ASPECTS

    Friday 22 November 2019, at Paris Musée des Moulages de l’Hôpital Saint-Louis, 1 avenue Claude Vellefaux - 75010 Paris.
  • 2018 - THE ROLE OF THE EXTRACELLULAR MATRIX IN SKIN PHYSIOLOGY AND PATHOLOGY

    Friday 16 November 2018, at Paris Musée des Moulages de l’Hôpital Saint-Louis, 1 avenue Claude Vellefaux - 75010 Paris.
  • 2017 - NEURO-IMMUNE COMMUNICATION IN THE SKIN

    Friday 17 November 2017, at Paris Musée des Moulages de l’Hôpital Saint-Louis, 1 avenue Claude Vellefaux - 75010 Paris.
  • 2016 - MICROBIOME AND SKIN

    Friday 2 december 2016, at Paris l’amphithéâtre de l’HEGP, 20 rue Leblanc - 75015 Paris.

THE OTHER WEBSITES OF THE FOUNDATION

An international non-governmental and non-profit organization. Its main goal is to support therapeutic progress in dermatology
An international network on chronic inflammatory skin diseases for professionals and patients
An international network on rare genetic skin diseases for professionals and patients
A free reference book on the management of human skin