• Skin and other pigment cells, bridging clinical medecine & science
  • Cap Ferret
    Visit Cap Ferret & Bassin d'Arcachon
  • Bordeaux greatest old vines
  • Place de la Bourse by night
  • Saint Emilion
  • Bordeaux finest wine degustation
  • Arcachon
  • Girondins de Bordeaux soccer team
  • Regent Grand Hotel & Grand Théâtre
  • Dune du Pyla near Arcachon
  • Palais des Congres, iPCC2011 venue
  • Palais des Congres, iPCC2011 venue
  • Palais des Congres, iPCC2011 venue


Official XXIst International Pigment Cell Conference website - 21-24 Sept 2011, Bordeaux - France | updated: September 27, 2011

Thank You!

From Alain TAÏEB, President

Michael Jackson's "Black or White" closed the 21st IPCC last Saturday afternoon in the Palais des Congrès of Bordeaux after Takahiro Kunisada's brilliant Fitzpatrick's Lecture.

On behalf of my colleagues of the organizing committee and of the ESPCR, I would like to thank all participants and invited speakers for making this meeting a remarkable success, especially for sharing new data and concepts. Hopefully this should translate soon into new treatment options for our patients. I would like also to thank our institutional and industrial sponsors for their generous help.


The photographs taken at the meeting and backstage are now available thanks to Lluis Montoliu, IFPCS webmaster, at ifpcs.org

The next IPCC will be organized by Prof Boon-Kee Goh in 2014 on behalf of the ASPCR in beautiful Singapore: ipcc2014.org / twitter: @ipcc2014

Thanks again to all of you and best wishes,

Alain Taïeb President,
IPCC 2011
September 2011

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