11 April 2017

Geneva 2017 Congress Programme available online

The scientific programme for the 2017 Geneva Congress is now available for viewing online here

Simply click on the day you are interested in and then select your session of interest, to view the confirmed speakers and presentation titles. The programme is “live”, with updates added on a daily basis as soon as confirmations are received.

All major fields of dermatology, including the fast moving areas of dermato-oncology, psoriasis, inflammatory and allergic diseases, as well as dermato-surgery, infectious diseases, STIs, topical and systemic treatments, and clinic-pathological correlations will be presented by most renowned experts in these fields.

More than 700 star speakers with established publication records and high presentation scores over the past years have been strategically included in the programme. Eminent speakers will represent the Northern, Southern, Eastern and Western regions of the European continent, Asia, the Americas and Africa.  Well-known guests from other disciplines will also broaden our views with their extensive knowledge and experience. Tracks will be complemented by keynote lectures given by internationally recognised experts.

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