Pre-Conference programme is open to all delegates who purchased full conference passes. Seats are limited.

Wednesday, 3 Sep 2014
08:00 - 10:30
Vitiligo Global Issues Consensus Conference
Venue: Pink/White Azalea Room
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10:30 - 11:00 Coffee Break
11:00 - 13:00
Vitiligo: A Clinically-Oriented Symposium
Venue: Pink/White Azalea Room
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13:00 - 14:00 Lunch Symposium by Laboratoires Genévrier
Venue: Pink/White Azalea Room
14:00 - 18:00 ANCILLARY MEETING 1
Vitiligo and Melasma in China - Integrated Medicine View

Venue: Red Azalea Room
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Pigmentary Disorders Society:
Common & Uncommon Pigmentary Disorders in Dark Skinned Patients

Venue: Pink/White Azalea Room
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17:00 - 18:00 Regional Societies Council Meetings
(Venue: Red Azalea Room), ESPCR (Venue: Yellow Orchid Room)
PASPCR (Venue: White Gardenia Room)
18:00 - 19:00 IFPCS 1st Council Meeting
Venue: Green Orchid Room
19:00 - 21:30 IFPCS Council Dinner
Venue: ME @ OUE
Programme as of 3 September 2014, subject to changes.
Day One
Thursday, 4 Sep 2014
Venue: Tower Ballroom

Welcome Address
Mauro Picardo (IFPCS), Davinder Parsad (ASPCR), Boon Kee Goh (IPCC)

Chairs: Davinder Parsad, Caroline Le Poole, Emi Nishimura

Presidential Lecture
SL1 Mauro Picardo
Vitiligo: An Update on Our Viewpoint

Aaron Lerner Lecture
SL2 William Pavan
Genetic and Genomic Analyses of Pigment Cell Development and Disease

Guest Lecture
GL1 Yann Barrandon
Regenerative Medicine of Skin
10:25 - 12:00 PLENARY SESSION 2
Melanocyte UV Response and DNA Repair

Venue: Tower Ballroom
Chairs: Zalfa Abdel-Malek, Kyoung-Chan Park, Shosuke Ito

GL2 David Mitchell
The Photobiology of Melanoma in Fish Models: The Importance of UV Wavelength, DNA Damage and Gender on Melanoma Etiology

IL1 Zalfa Abdel-Malek
Paracrine Factors as Guardians of Genomic Stability of Melanocytes

IL2 Chikako Nishigori
UV and Melanoma: Insights from Clinical View Points

CS1 Kelvin Yin
Exploring Signalling Pathways Co-Ordinating The Melanocyte Ultraviolet Response: Identification Of A Novel Role For NR4a Orphan Nuclear Receptors In Cellular Stress Response

CS2 Viki Swope
Skin Cancer Chemoprevention Strategy Using Melanocortin 1 Receptor-Selective Small α-MSH Analogs
12:30 - 13:30 Round-Table Discussion by Sinclair IS Pharma (by invitation only)
Venue: White Gardenia Room
12:30 - 13:30
Lunch Symposium
by L'Oréal
Venue: Banyan Ballroom
Lunch Symposium
by Galderma
Venue: Casuarina Ballroom
13:30 - 15:00 CONCURRENT SESSION 1
Developmental Biology

Venue: Casuarina Ballroom
Chairs: Lukas Sommer, Tomohisa Hirobe, Eiríkur Steingrímsson
Melanin Biophysics & Chemistry
Venue: Banyan Ballroom
Chairs: Kazumasa Wakamatsu, Alessandra Napolitano, Paul Meredith
Vitiligo Research
Venue: Acacia Ballroom
Chairs: Khaled Ezzedine, Prashiela Manga, Adrian Mar
IL3 Tomohisa Hirobe
Regulation of the Development of Mouse Melanocytes by Coat Color Genes
IL5 Paul Meredith
The Optical and Electrical Properties of Melanins: Archetypal Bioelectronic Materials?
IL7 Caroline Le Poole
Experimental Basis For Hsp70iq435a Therapy to Treat Vitiligo
IL4 Lukas Sommer
Common Mechanisms Regulating Neural Crest Development and Melanoma Formation
IL6 Kazumasa Wakamatsu
Elaboration of Approach to Structure of Neuromelanin Present in Various Brain Regions as Studied by Chemical Degradative Methods
IL8 Qing-Sheng Mi
Increased Circulating Th17 Cells and Decreased Circulating iNKT Cells in Human Non-segmental Vitiligo
CS3 Amy Saldana-Caboverde
ETS1 And SOX10 Act Synergistically During Early Melanocyte Development
CS7 Alessandra Napolitano
Human Red Hair Pheomelanin Is A Potent Pro-Oxidant Mediating UV- Independent Mechanisms Of Oxidative Stress In Red Hair Phenotypes
CS11 Prashiela Manga
A Role for the Unfolded Protein Response in the Etiology of Vitiligo
CS4 Eiríkur Steingrímsson
MIT Factors As Master Regulators of The V-Type H+ Atpase: Conservation Of Coordinate Transcriptional Regulation Of Subunit Genes In Fly And Vertebrates
CS8 Shosuke Ito
Tyrosinase-Catalyzed Oxidation Of Rhododendrol Produces Cyclic Quinone, The Ultimate Toxic Metabolite: Implications For Melanocyte Toxicity
CS12 Michael I Nishimura
A Quantitative Increase in Regulatory T Cells Control Development of Vitiligo
CS6 Hitomi Aoki
Conditional Deletion Of Kit Induces White Spotting Phenotype Through Cell-Autonomous Requirement Of Kit Signaling
CS 9 Tadeusz Jan Sarna
The Modulatory Effect Of Melanin On Susceptibility Of Retinal Pigment Epithelial Cells To Photic Stress
CS13 Lisa Komen
The Validity, Reliability and Acceptability of the SAVASI: A Newly Developed Self-Assessment Score In Vitiligo
  CS10 Yoko Niki
Palmitoylation Of Tyrosinase Regulates Melanin Synthesis Through Ubiquitination
15:30 - 17:00 CONCURRENT SESSION 4
Regulation of Pigmentation
Venue: Casuarina Ballroom

Chairs: José Carlos García-Borrón, Toyoko Akiyama, Lidia Kos
Melanosome Biogenesis & Transfer

Venue: Banyan Ballroom

Chairs: Graca Raposo, Hideya Ando, Jae Sung Hwang

Repigmenting Vitiligo: Of Art & Science

Venue: Acacia Ballroom

Chairs: Torello Lotti, Iltefat Hamzavi, Richard Wittal

IL10 Desmond Tobin
So Many Roads to Melanin - How Important are Bone Morphogenetic Proteins in Regulating Human Cutaneous Pigmentation?
IL12 Graca Raposo
The Biogenesis of Melanosomes and Intercellular Communication in the Skin
IL14 Iltefat Hamzavi
Update On Afamelanotide and NB-UVB for Vitiligo
IL11 José Carlos García-Borrón
Pathway-specific Regulation of Human Melanocortin-1 Receptor Signaling
IL13 Hideya Ando
A Role of Melanosome-Aggregated Globules in Melanosome Transfer and a Possible Contribution of Fibroblasts to Dermal Melaninc Pigmentation
IL15 Cheng-Che Lan
UVB Phototherapy in Vitiligo Treatment: Immune Regulation versus Biostimulation
CS14 Florian Rambow
Regulation of Pigmentation By MIR-330-5P Targeting Tyrosinase
CS17 Morie Ishida
Mechanism of the Melanosome Transport Inhibition Induced by a Constitutive Active RAB27a (Q78L) Mutant in Melanocytes: Development of a Novel Melanosome-Targeting Tag and its Applications
IL16 Thierry Passeron
Management of Refractory Vitiligo
CS15 Javier Pino
Regulation Of Murine
Pigment Production By Endothelin-3
CS18 Saaya Koike
TRIF and MAVS Pathway is Essential to Induce RAB27a and Melanosome Transportation by TLR3 Agonist Poly(I:C) in Human Epidermal Melanocytes
CS21 Khaled Ezzedine
How to Define "Repigmentation / Maintenance of Repigmentation" in Vitiligo - VGICC Consensus Position
CS16 Takeshi Fukumoto
Ultraviolet B-Induced Up-Regulation Of MCL-1L Mediated By The MEK-ERK1/2-STAT3 Signaling Pathway has a protective role in Apoptosis in Melanocytes
CS19 Cedric Delevoye
BLOC-1 Controls the Formation of Recycling Endosomes Required for Melanosome Biogenesis
CS22 Stanca Birlea
Mobilization of Melanocyte Populations from Stem Cells in the Hair Follicle by Ultraviolet Light Treatment of Human Vitiligo
  CS20 Akira Hachiya
Cooperation of Endothelin-1 Signaling with Melanosomes Plays a Role in Developing and/or Maintaining Hyperpigmentation
CS23 Thierry Passeron
Proactive Treatment of Non-segmental Vitiligo with 0.1% Tacrolimus Ointment: Double-blind Placebo Controlled Study
Venue: Island Ballroom
  End of Day
Programme as of 3 September 2014, subject to changes.
Day Two
Friday, 5 Sep 2014
07:45 - 08:30 Breakfast Symposium by Avène / Color Play Enterprise Pte Ltd
Venue: Tower Ballroom
08:30 - 10:00 PLENARY SESSION 3
Genetics of Pigmentation
Venue: Tower Ballroom
Chairs: Lluis Montoliu, Prasad Kumarasinghe, Tamio Suzuki

Seiji Memorial Lecture

SL3 Richard Sturm
Painting by Numbers – Genetics of Human Pigmentation and Ancestry

IL17 Greg Barsh
Genetics of Stripes and Spots

IL18 Richard Spritz
The Genetics of Vitiligo and Associated Autoimmune Diseases

CS24 Neil Box
Identifying Genes That Interact with UVR to Influence Nevi and Freckles

CS25 Jeppe Dyrberg Andersen
Searching for New Markers Associated with Eye Colour by Sequencing the Human OCA2-HERC2 Region
10:30 - 12:05 PLENARY SESSION 4
Colours of Life

Venue: Tower Ballroom

Chairs: Boon Kee Goh, Greg Barsh, Alain Taieb

GL3 Roger Hanlon
Ocean Colors Exemplified: Rapid Adaptive Skin Coloration and Patterning in Cephalopods

GL4 Nina Jablonski
Natural Selection and the Evolution of Skin Color Phenotypes

IL19 John Harris
Losing Color - Keratinocytes Drive Autoimmunity in Vitiligo through CXCL10

CS26 Kelly McGowan
A Horse of a Different Color: the DUN Locus Reveals a Novel Mechanism Underlying Camouflage Pigmentation
12:05 - 13:05 IFPCS 2nd Council Meeting
Venue: Green Orchid Room
12:30 - 13:30
Lunch Symposium
by Procter & Gamble
Venue: Banyan Ballroom
Lunch Symposium
by Roche
Venue: Casuarina Ballroom
13:30 - 15:00 CONCURRENT SESSION 7
Melanocyte and Stem Cell Biology

Venue: Casuarina Ballroom
Chairs: Thomas Hornyak, Takahiro Kunisada, Emi Nishimura
Metabolic and Intracellular Signaling
Venue: Banyan Ballroom
Chairs: Ze'ev Ronai, Robert Ballotti, Genji Imokawa
Advanced Surgical Interventions in Vitiligo
Venue: Acacia Ballroom
Chairs: Davinder Parsad, Nanja van Geel, Chengfeng Zhang
IL20 Thomas Hornyak
Functional Properties of Subsets of Melanocyte Stem Cells
IL22 Ze'ev Ronai
Rewired Signaling in Melanoma – A Journey along the PDK1 Axis
IL25 Nanja Van Geel
Non-cultured Cellular Grafting in Vitiligo: Pearls and Pitfalls
IL21 Takahiro Kunisada
Developmental Control of Dermal Melanocytes Progenitors
IL23 Eyal Gottlieb
Metabolic Vulnerabilities of Melanoma
IL26 Sanjeev Mulekar
Surgical Treatment in Difficult Sites
CS27 Takashi Yamauchi
Induction of Melanocytes from Multilineage-Differentiating Stress-Enduring (Muse) Cells Derived from Human Adipose Tissue
IL24 Laurent Marrot
Pigmentation, Oxidative Stress and Specific Epidermal Detoxification
IL27 Somesh Gupta
Treasure Hunt - Hair Follicle as a Rich Source of Melanocytes and Stem Cells for Transplantation in Vitiligo
CS28 Masatake Osawa
Phenotype-Based Gene Function Assessment Using a Melanocyte-Specific Transgenesis Approach
CS31 Ranjan Perera
MIR-211 Functions as a Metabolic Switch in Human Melanoma Cells
CS33 Dalia Bassiouny
Effect of Procedural-Related Variables on Melanocyte-Keratinocye Suspension Transplantation in Stable Vitiligo: a Clinical and Immunohistochemical Study
CS29 Craig Ceol
Dual Mechanisms Combine to Mediate Regeneration of Zebrafish Melanocytes Following Injury
CS32 Aaron Smith
Exploring the Role of IRF4 in Melanocyte Responses to Interferon-Gamma Signalling
CS34 Muhammad Razmi
Transplantation of Follicular and Epidermal Cell Suspension in Combination as a Novel Method in Vitiligo Surgery
CS30 Shweta Aras
To Investigate the Role of BAF60a in Melanocyte Differentiation
  CS35 Emily Gan
A 5-Year Review of Non-cultured Cellular Grafting for Vitiligo
15:30 - 17:00 CONCURRENT SESSION 10
Model Systems for Pigment Cell Biology and Disease
Venue: Casuarina Ballroom
Chairs: Ian Jackson, Hiroaki Yamamoto, Laila Benzekri
Neuroendocrinology and Regulatory Controls of Pigmentation

Venue: Banyan Ballroom
Chairs: Markus Böhm, Tamihiro Kawakami
Pigmentary Challenges: Panel Discussion

Venue: Acacia Ballroom

IL28 Ian Jackson
How Do Melanocytes Find Their Way?
IL31 Markus Böhm
 Prohormone Convertases and Melanoma - Emerging Players in Basic and Translational Research
Panel Discussion 1:
Nosologic Controversy of Lichen Planus Pigmentosus

Moderator: Davinder Parsad

Robert Schwartz
Prasad Kumarasinghe
Nawaf Al-Mutairi
Suat Hoon Tan
IL29 Hiroaki Yamamoto
Functional Divergence of Mammalian Melanocytes
CS40 Sora Choi
 Dopamine D4 Receptor Antagonist Inhibits Melanogenesis Through The Downregulation Of MITF Via Acceleration Of Akt and ERK Activation
Panel Discussion 2:
Acquired Hypopigmentary Disorders in Children

Moderator: Deepak Parikh

Sandipan Dhar
Alain Taieb
Tay Yong Kwang
CS36 Muriel Cario-André
Fibroblasts Regulate Both Physiological and Pathological Pigmentation of Skin in Vitro and in Vivo
CS41 Tamihiro Kawakami
 Retinoic Acid Triggers Difference Of Melanogenesis on Human Epidermal Melanocytes and Melanoblasts
CS37 Jie Qiu
Investigating the Modulation of Cutaneous Pigmentation in an Asian Reconstructed Pigmented Epidermis using Multiphoton Microscopy
CS42 Thierry Passeron
 Differences in Visible Light Induced Pigmentation According to Wavelengths: a Clinical and Histological Study in Comparison with UVB Exposure
CS38 Veronique Delmas
Altered E-Cadherin Levels and Distribution in Melanocytes Precedes Clinical Manifestations of Vitiligo
CS39 Omotayo Arowojolu
Activation of Melanocyte Antioxidant Response Pathways Following Exposure to Vitiligo-Inducing Phenols: Implications for Vitiligo Pathogenesis
18:30 - 21:30 Speakers Dinner (by invitation only)
  End of Day
Programme as of 3 September 2014, subject to changes.
Day Three
Saturday, 6 Sep 2014
07:45 - 08:30 Breakfast Symposium by Procter & Gamble
Venue: Tower Ballroom
08:30 - 10:05 PLENARY SESSION 5
Melanoma Biology
Venue: Tower Ballroom
Chairs: Lionel Larue, Nicholas Hayward, Minoru Takata

IL32 Boris Bastian
The Genetic Evolution of Melanocytic Neoplasms
IL33 Colin Goding
The Role and Regulation of MITF in Melanoma Heterogeneity

IL34 Nikolas Haass
Defining the Mode of Melanoma Heterogeneity by Real-time Cell Cycle Imaging

IL35 Richard Marais
BRAF and RAS Signalling: Basic Biology and Therapeutic Options

CS43 Tobias Bald
Targeted Activation of the Type I Interferon System in Combination with PD-1 Blockade is a Rational Strategy to Expose Immune Cell-Poor HGF-CDK4 Mouse Melanomas to Cellular Immune Surveillance
10:35 - 12:00 PLENARY SESSION 6
Targeted Therapies and Drug Resistance
Venue: Tower Ballroom
Chairs: David Norris, Peter Soyer, Vijay Setaluri

Peter Hersey
Targeting Resistance Pathways in Melanoma with Epigenetic Regulators

IL37 Thomas Tüting
Inflammation-induced Phenotypic Plasticity of Melanoma in Therapy Resistance and Tumor Progression

IL38 Marisol Soengas
Non-invasive Imaging of Neo-lymphangiogenesis for the Identification of Metastatic Niches and Anticancer Agents in Melanoma

CS44 Hanyin Cheng
Paracrine Effect Of Neuregulin 1 and Hepatocyte Growth Factor Drives Resistance to Mitogen-Activated Protein Kinase Kinase Inhibitors in Metastatic Uveal Melanoma

CS45 Yigun Shellman
Targeting Melanoma Bulk and Cancer Initiating Cells with a Combination of the Retinoid Derivative Fenretinide and a BCL-2 Inhibitor
12:00 - 13:00 The Regional Societies Assembly
(Venue: VIP Room next to Jurong Ballroom), ESPCR (Venue: Yellow Orchid Room)
(Venue: Green Orchid Room), PASPCR (Venue: White Gardenia Room)
12:30 - 13:30
Lunch Symposium
by NeoAsia
Venue: Banyan Ballroom
Lunch Symposium
by Skin M.D.
Venue: Casuarina Ballroom
13:30 - 15:00 CONCURRENT SESSION 13
Senescence Pathways and Melanoma

Venue: Casuarina Ballroom 
Chairs: Dorothy Bennett, Helmut Schaider
Genetics & Genomics of Melanoma
Venue: Banyan Ballroom 
Chairs: Nikolas Haass, Anja Bosserhoff, William Pavan

Melasma: New Findings, New Approaches
ASPCR John Pawelek Lecture

Venue: Acacia Ballroom
Chairs: Cheng-Che Lan, Amit Pandya, Joyce Lim

IL39 Dorothy Bennett
Melanocyte Senescence Pathways: The Impact of p16 Defects
IL41 Nicholas Hayward
The Genetic Architecture of Melanoma Predisposition
IL43 Hee-Young Kang
Vascular Characteristics of Melasma and Therapeutic Implications
IL40 Robert Ballotti
Senescence in Melanoma: A Stab in the Back?
IL42 Anja Bosserhoff
Role and Processing of miRs in Melanoma
IL44 Ai-Young Lee
Reduced H19 RNA in Melasma: Role of miR-675 Through its Direct Target
CS46 Cheng Feng Zhang
Suppression of Autophagy Dysregulates the Antioxidant Response and Causes Premature Senescence of Melanocytes
CS50 Patrick Laurette
Functional Characterisation of the Microphthalmia-Associated Transcription Factor (MITF) Interactome Identifies Novel Cofactors Essential for Melanoma Cell Growth
IL45 Penpun Wattanakrai
Laser Treatment of Melasma in Asians
CS47 Xiaoqi Wang
Inhibition of HDAC3 Accelerates Autophagy to Induce Melanoma Cell Death
CS51 Phil Cheng
Methylation Dependent SOX9 Expression Mediates Invasion in Human Melanoma Cells and is a Negative Prognostic Factor in Advanced Melanoma
CS54 Thierry Passeron
Prevention of Melasma Relapses with Sunscreen Combining Protection against UV and Short Wavelengths of Visible Light: a Prospective Randomized Comparative Trial
CS48 Myra Villareal
Diterpenoid Hirsein-A Activate Nuclear P38 Through GADD45b Upregulation: Possible Route For Induction Of Melanoma Cell Senescence
CS52 Ranjan Perera
The Molecular Function of the Long Non-coding RNA SPRY4-LT1 in Human Melanocytes
CS55 Sung Eun Chang
Gene Expression Profiling of Melasma in Korean Women
CS49 Jessica Teh
CDK4/6 as a Therapeutic Target in Melanoma
CS53 Peter Soyer
Genetic Association of Clinical and Dermoscopic Nevus Patterns in A Queensland Case-Control Study of Melanoma
CS56 Melyawati Hermawan
Telangiectases In Melasma - Could it be a Potential Clinical Severity Marker?
15:30 - 17:00 CONCURRENT SESSION 16
UV & non-UV Pathways to Melanoma
Venue: Casuarina Ballroom 
Chairs: Frances Noonan, Thomas Tüting, Pravit Asawanonda
Developmental Biology & Melanoma Animal Models
Venue: Banyan Ballroom

Chairs: Lionel Larue, Mel Ziman, Toshiharu Yamashita

Pigmentary Challenges in Skin of Colour
Venue: Acacia Ballroom

Chairs: Steven Thng, Robert Schwartz

IL46 Frances Noonan
Interaction between UVA and Eumelanin but not Phaeomelanin Results in Melanoma
IL48 Lionel Larue
Melanocyte Lineage and β-catenin Pathways
IL50 Boon-Kee Goh
Pigmentary Challenges in Asian Skin
IL47 Tobias Bald
UV-irradiation Promotes Melanoma Metastasis
CS61 Michael Hoelzel
A CRISPR/CAS9-Based "Modular" Murine Melanoma Model to Study Determinants of Multimodal Immunotherapeutic Regimens
IL51 Amit Pandya
Evaluation and Management of Post-inflammatory Hyperpigmentation
CS57 Heather Murray
Nucleotide Excision Repair in Response to UVA is Deficient in Melanoma
CS62 James Mahon
HSP70iQ435a Mediates Anti-Melanoma Responses in Mice
IL52 Leihong Flora Xiang
Challenges in Dermal Pigmentation
CS58 Ana Paula Benaduce
XPC Deficiency Enhances Melanoma Photocarcinogenesis in Transgenic K5-EDN3 Mice
CS63 Chung Chih Yang
Oxylipin Metabolomics Study of Melanoma Brain Metastasis and the Drug Effect of Liposomal Doxorubicin in Syngeneic Mice
CS65 Arshdeep Kaur
Lichenoid Photocontact Dermatitis vs Lichen Planus Pigmentosus: a Diagnostic and Management Dilemma in Asian Skin
CS60 Feng Liu-Smith
The NRF2 and NOX1 Mediated Redox Balance in UV-Induced Melanoma Development
CS64 Mitchell Fane
Investigating the Role of MITF-BRN2
Expression Axis in Metastatic Melanoma
CS66 Shital Amin Poojary
Erythema Dyschromicum Perstans vs Lichen Planus Pigmentosus: a Comparative Clinico-Histopathological Study
    CS67 Michihiro Kono
Reticulate Acropigmentation of Kitamura and Dowling-Degos Disease are Genetically Independent Disorders Distinct from Each Other
Venue: Green Orchid Room
18:30 - 21:30 Gala Dinner & Awards Ceremony
Venue: Seafood Paradise @ Singapore Flyer
  End of Day
Programme as of 3 September 2014, subject to changes.
Day Four
Sunday, 7 Sep 2014
08:30 - 09:30 PLENARY SESSION 7
Clinical & Translational Dermatology

Venue: Tower Ballroom
Chairs: Birgit Lane, Su-Ni Wong

GL5 Jean Krutmann
Environmentally-induced Skin Aging: Insights into New Molecular Mechanisms

DSS Prof Chan Heng Leong Memorial Lecture
GL6 Howard Chang
Patterning the Skin Epigenome
09:30 - 10:40 PLENARY SESSION 8
Women Leaders in Pigment Cell Research

Venue: Tower Ballroom
Chairs: Marie-Dominique Galibert, Chikako Nishigori, Rashmi Sarkar

Prof Masako Mizoguchi Memorial Address & Lecture
IL53 Zalfa Abdel-Malek

Professor Mizoguchi, A Bright Star that Shines in the East and West, and Will Not Fade
IL54 Pearl Grimes

Skin Pigmentation in Health & Disease: Novel and Seasoned Players
IL55 Emi Nishimura

Coupling of the Stress Sensitivity of Melanocyte Stem Cells to their Dormancy during a Hair Cycle
11:10 - 12:40 CONCURRENT SESSION 19
Hair Biology & Pigmentation
Venue: Casuarina Ballroom
Chairs: Desmond Tobin, Nilendu Sarma, Joyce Lee
Colourful Skin Optics
Venue: Banyan Ballroom
Chairs: Nikiforos Kollias, Sai-Yee Chuah
Lasers and Light Devices for Pigmentary Conditions
Venue: Acacia Ballroom
Chairs: Chee-Leok Goh, Thierry Passeron, Leihong Flora Xiang
IL56 Desmond Tobin
Neuroendocrine Control of Human Hair Pigmentation - An Update
IL58 Nikiforos Kollias
Human Pigmentation - The Colors of Skin
IL59 Woraphong Manuskiatti
Laser Management of Common Pigmentary Problems in Asians
IL57 Stéphane Commo
Study of Human Hair Pigmentation: Insights into Hair Graying and Beyond
CS71 Emmanuelle Tancrède-Bohin
In Vivo 3-D Quantification Of Melanin in Human Skin through Multiphoton Microscopy and Image Processing
IL60 Chee-Leok Goh
Recent Advances on Laser Tattoo Removal
CS68 Sandeep Joshi
Distinct Developmental Potentials Of MSCs From The Hair Follicle Bulge And Secondary Hair Germ
CS72 Philip Tong
The Use of Transgenic Reporter Mice and Intravital Multiphoton Microscopy to Study Mast Cell Development in Vivo
CS77 Hyo Sang Song
In Vivo Time Sequential Histological Evaluation of Pigment and Melanocytes after Q-Switched Alexandrite Laser Irradiation: Implication in Post-Inflammatory Pigmentary Changes
CS69 Minoru Yuriguchi
Pigmentation Of The Regenerated Hair Follicles After Wounding
CS73 Pranav Bhardwaj
Linking Skin Physiology Measurements to Skin Color by a Numerical Skin Color Model
CS78 Takakoyu Shibata
The Results and Side Effect Of Q-Switch Yag Laser Therapy For Various Skin Pigmentary Disorders
CS70 Vibhu Mendiratta
Premature Graying Of Hair - Paving The Way To Treatment
CS74 Steven Thng
Automated Scoring of Melasma Using Computerized Digital Image Analysis of Clinical Photographs - a Pilot Study
CS79 Hei Sung Kim
A Split-Face Comparison of Erbium: YAG Micropeel vs. Q-Switched Nd:YAG Laser for the Treatment of Light Freckles and Lentigines in Asian Skin
  CS75 Huaxu Liu
The Role of Reflectance Confocal Microscopy in the Evaluation of Hypopigmented Skin Disorders
CS80 Hyunjong Kim
Treatment of Periorbital Eczema Using Copper Bromide Laser In Atopic Dermatitis Patients
  CS76 Priyanka Singh
A New Tool to Predict Stability in Vitiligo
CS81 Jung Min Bae
Nevus Depigmentosus Treated by the 308-nm Excimer Laser: a Retrospective Single-Center Case Series
14:00 - 15:30 CONCURRENT SESSION 22
Hypopigmentary Disorders: Oculocutaneous Albinism and Others
Venue: Casuarina Ballroom
Chairs: Lluis Montoliu, Yoko Funasaka, Srie Prihianti
Perspectives of Skin Colour
Venue: Banyan Ballroom
Chairs: Michèle Verschoore, Pearl Grimes, Wai Kwong Cheong
Strategies in Skin Lightening
Venue: Acacia Ballroom
Chairs: Kyoung-Chan Park, Henry Foong, Roy Chan
IL61 Lluis Montoliu
Increasing the Complexity: New Genes and New Types of Albinism
IL63 Rashmi Sarkar
Impact of Pigmentary Disorders in Indian Patients
IL66 Kyoung-Chan Park
New Aspects of Melasma and Treatment
IL62 Wei Li
Mutation of SLC24A5 Causes OCA6
IL64 Fatimata Ly
Skin Bleaching in Sub Saharan African People: The Difficult Choice between Beauty and Health
IL67 Kiyoshi Sato
The Mechanisms of Skin Lightening Ingredients for Cosmetics
CS82 Ken Okamura
Oculocutaneous Albinism in Japanese Patients: Seven Novel Mutations and a Case of OCA3
IL65 Akimichi Morita
Environmental Factor and Pigmentation
IL68 Evangeline Handog
Skin Lightening Agents: The Evidence and my Experience
CS84 Chamila Ariyaratne
Idiopathic Guttate Hypomelanosis: A Clinical and Histopathological Spectrum from National Hospital, Sri Lanka
CS85 Jungim Na
Different Responses to UV According to Different Skin Color and Body Sites
CS88 Anita Damodaran
Multiple Modes Of Action Of Niacinamide in Regulating Skin Pigmentation
  CS86 Geraline Cow
Facial Skin Conditions among Southern Indian Women
CS89 Earl Lazo
4-Hexylresorcinol for Spots and Skin Tone Lightening in Asian And Caucasian Skin
  CS87 Daiki Murase
Variation in HSP70 Expression Contributes to Skin Color Diversity via Regulation of Melanogenesis
CS90 Cheng-Chen Huang
Identification of A11 as a Safer Skin Whitening Reagent using Zebrafish Embryo
15:30 - 15:45 Coffee Break
Venue: Foyer of Tower Ballroom
Venue: Acacia Ballroom
Chairs: Mauro Picardo, Frank Meyskens

Fitzpatrick Lecture
SL4 Fabian Filipp
Isozyme Shift in Cancer Metabolism
CS91 Viktoria Eleftheriadou
International Consensus on Core Outcomes Set for Vitiligo

Vitiligo Global Issues Consensus Conference Report
Alain Taieb

Closing Remarks & Announcing of IPCC2017
Boon Kee Goh, David Norris
  End of Day
Programme as of 3 September 2014, subject to changes.

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