Basic course on diagnosis and treatment of hair disorders
Interactive Q&A clinic-dermatoscopy-histopathology and treatment
Dominique Van Neste, Mª Fernanda Gavazzoni, Dimitrios Ioannides
13:00 - 13:35 Inflammatory alopecias with scarring (LPP, FFA, FAPD, FD, DC, others) Maria Fernanda Gavazzoni
13:35 - 14:10 Non-scarring alopecias (AGA or MPHL and concommittant hair loss AA, effluvium, and others) Dominique Van Neste
14:10 - 14:45 Clinical cases (6 min/each Q&A case) Dimitrios Ioannides
14:45 - 15:00 Questions/discussion
Basic Science Course for Hair Researchers
Desmond Tobin, Gill Westgate
13.00 - 13.05 Welcome address from the Chairs
13.05 - 13.30 Are we any closer to finding the hair follicle autoantigen(s) in alopecia areata. Desmon Tobin
13.30 - 13.55 Maintaining your mane: Hair shaft production and synthesis in health and disease. Tom Dawson
13.55 - 14.20 Curly hair; just rooted in biology and genetics?. Gill Westgate
14.20 - 14.45 Lab based approaches for studying hair follicle development and cycling. Claire Higgins
14.45 - 15.00 Discussion and Questions
Course on Epigenetics
Vladimir Botchkarev, Elena Ezhkova
13.00-13.05 Introductory remarks
13.05-13.25 Epigenetic regulatory mechanisms as a driving force of phenotypic plasticity and evolutionary adaptation. Vladimir Botchkarev.
13.25-13.45 DNA hydroxymethylation and TET enzymes in the control of hair growth. Andrei Mardaryev.
13.45-14.05 TBD. Colin Jahoda.
14.05-14.25 Polycomb genes in the control of hair follicle development and cycling. Elena Ezhkova.
14.25-14.40 ATP-dependent chromatin remodeling and hair growth control. Michael Fessing.
14.40-14.55 MicroRNAs as regulators of hair follicle cycling and immune privilege. Natalia Botchkareva.
14.55-15.00 Concluding remarks
Course on Trichoscopy