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XXth IPCC, Bordeaux, France, 21-24 September 2011: preliminary programme

Tuesday, September 14th, 2010
IPCC 2011 - scientific programme

IPCC 2011 - scientific programme

Dear pigment cell colleagues and friends,

Following the June ASPCR meeting in GuangZhou and the recent ESPCR in Cambridge/Hinxton, informal meetings and numerous contacts have been made to propose a programme for next year’s Bordeaux IPCC. The ESPCR, as the host Society, and the IFPCS have validated those steps and you will be able to discover an advanced preliminary programme on the website. The proposed sessions will host invited and submitted contributions. The joint SMR-IFPCS day has been drafted by a special committee from the two Societies and work is still in progress until the SMR Sydney meeting which will allow to set more appropriately the priorities for the topics covered in Sept 2011 in Bordeaux. The next newsletters will focus on special events featured at the Bordeaux IPCC such as the Vitiligo Global Issues Consensus Conference, the EUMELANET and the IFPCS Developmental Group Workshops.

Flyers are now downloadable on the website, and please do not hesitate to contact me if you need help to advertise the meeting in your region.

We are also working actively on the social programme to make your visit to Bordeaux most enjoyable!

 Alain Taïeb, President, sept 2010 – IPCC 2011
iPCC2011 | XXIst International Pigment Cell Conference

Alain TAÏEB
Service de Dermatologie et Dermatologie Pédiatrique · Centre de Référence pour les Maladies Rares de la Peau; 1 rue Jean Burguet, Hôpital St André
33075 Bordeaux FRANCE

    * Tel: +33.556 79 47 05
    * Email: contact@ipcc2011.org

IFPCS Forum

Sunday, February 15th, 2009
IFPCS Forum

IFPCS Forum

The IFPCS Forum has been created within the members-only section of the IFPCS web site. There, all IFPCS Members are most welcome to contribute with their posts and replies to any topic related to Pigment Cell Research, our Society and its activities (Pigment Cell Societies’ annual meetings, International Pigment Cell Conferences, etc…).  If you are a member of IFPCS, please visit the IFPCS Forum and give it a try.


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