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About IPCC

The International Pigment Cell Conference (IPCC) is the official meeting of the International Federation of Pigment Cell Societies (IFPCS) and is organised triennially by one of its four regional societies. It has been a key international event for the members of the IFPCS since 1946. The IPCC attracts researchers, clinicians, and healthcare professionals from all over the world and is an ideal platform for delegates to develop and foster close collaborations and for the exchange of knowledge.

The Asian Society for Pigment Cell Research (ASPCR) will be organising the XXII IPCC from 4 to 7 September 2014 in Singapore. The conference will showcase the leading advances in basic and translational research in pigment cell biology and melanoma, and also address the burden of pigmentary disorders across Asia.

Event : XXII International Pigment Cell Conference (IPCC 2014)
Date : 4-7 September 2014

 

About the ASPCR

The Asian Society for Pigment Cell Research (ASPCR) is part of the International Federation of Pigment Cell Societies (IFPCS) which was founded in 1990 to foster interactions in the various disciplines of pigment cell research worldwide. The ASPCR’s main aim is to promote and encourage the exchange of information and collaboration between scientists and clinicians from Asia who are involved in basic and clinical research on pigmentary disorders and pigment cell biology.

 
 

All stated dates and timings for this conference are in accordance to the Singapore time, GMT +8.
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