The leading European skin allergy meeting, SAM, is digital this year, taking place on 12–13 March 2021.
The meeting provides up-to-date information for clinicians, covering basic, translational and clinical aspects on atopic dermatitis, allergic contact dermatitis, mast cell driven diseases, cutaneous drug allergy, anaphylaxis, food allergy and the skin, hand eczema and occupational eczema, among others. We welcome acclaimed experts presenting keynote lectures.
ESCD members save €85. Please join us and register.
ACDS announced a lower associate membership rate for physicians located outside of North, South and Central America.
Associate Membership $150 ($35 one-time application fee)
Includes electronic access to the Dermatitis Journal (Excludes CAMP Access)
Associate Upgrade Option add $150 to access paper or online copy of the Dermatitis Journal and CAMP Access
Read more about the associate membership at ACDS
Save the date! The American Contact Dermatitis Society (ACDS)’s 32nd Annual Meeting takes place in San Francisco, CA on 18 March 2021.
The EBS taskforce has produced 22 new allergen information leaflets, bringing the total to 32 PILs.
Well done to all involved! The Society gratefully thanks Mark Wilkinson and Margarida Gonçalo for leading the taskforce. The project was led by Olivier Aerts, Marléne Isaksson, Marie-Louise Schuttelaar and Radoslaw Spiewak who collectively wrote the leaflets and coordinated the response to initial feedback.
ESCD now has a dedicated support email address for membership support.
If you have a question, please use the envelope button in the bottom right of the screen, or the form on the contact page.
Retired members can now pay an additional fee to have a printed copy of the journal delivered to their home.
Please visit the renew membership page to see this option. If you would like to upgrade, please use the contact form to request this.
The congress has moved to next year, 2021 on 1-3 September, Amsterdam.
Visit the conference website
Online General Assembly Meeting on 15 December 2020
More details to follow.
The Vichy Exposome Grant, created & supported by VICHY Laboratoires, promotes and encourages research to characterize the skin exposome.
Eligible applications may consist in research projects in the field of exposome and the human skin, including projects dealing with skin conditions and diseases, either fundamental or clinical, conducted in any hospital, university or other not-for-profit research institution.
Deadline for application is February 1st, 2021
The awardees will be announced in March 2021 during the 2021 AAD Annual Meeting.
General Assembly Meeting (GAM) 2020
Tuesday 15 December 2020
Via Zoom link (to be provided)
The 2021 congress is now in June 2022, previously September 2021.
New Congress date:
8–10 June, 2022
The next Congress (2024) is in Dresden, Germany.
The candidate for ESCD President Elect is Jeanne Duus Johansen. Vote at the online General Assembly Meeting on 15 December 2020 16:00–18:00 CET
Jeanne Duus Johansen
National Allergy Research Centre,
Dep. of Dermatology and Allergy, Gentofte Hospital,
University of Copenhagen
Jeanne Duus Johansen is 61 years and since 2002 Director of The National Allergy Research Centre and later professor at the Department of Dermatology, Gentofte Hospital, University of Copenhagen, with responsibility for a research group in the field of contact dermatitis, a national database of contact allergy and Head of the Allergy Test Clinic at the Department of Dermato-allergology, Gentofte Hospital. Supervisor for 50 Ph.D.-students regarding allergy, hand eczema, epidemiology, occupational contact dermatitis, skin barrier, prevention and gene-environment interactions. Author of 470 peer-reviewed scientific papers mostly on contact dermatitis, many book chapters and editor of several international textbooks. Jeanne Duus Johansen has served as national representative in the ESCD in several rounds and has been chairing the ESCD working group for the guideline on patch testing.
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