The next ESPCR meeting will be held in Brussels 12-14 Sep 2019, hosted by Véronique del Marmol. “A bridge between the pathology and physiology of the melanocyte” Deadline: 1st June. Great list of speakers confirmed. Please register and submit your work to be presented in Beussels
We are most pleased to announce our next Fritz Anders Lecture awardee: Marisol Soengas @msmelanoma @CNIO_Cancer for her achievements in melanoma research. She will receive a Medal and deliver the Lecture at the forthcoming ESPCR 2019 meeting in Brussels https://t.co/01NewP2tEZ
Greetings from Chicago airport, a stop on my way to Denver (Colorado) invited by Richard Spritz @CUDenver to deliver tomorrow a talk about the situation of people with #albinism in #Africa who face terrible challenges well beyond what it’s already experienced in Western countries4
This is the Yamagata Terrsa, the venue for the #IPCC2020 @ifpcs conference that will be held in Yamagata, 18-21 june 2020, hosted and organized by Prof. Tamio Suzuki, Department of Dermatology of University of Yamagata. @EuSPCR https://t.co/erER82lwdk
Tamio Suzuki is a reference dermatologist in Japan, collecting and analyzing all cases of #albinism detected in this country. Tamio identified HPS3 and HPS4 genes causing Hermansky-Pudlak syndromic albinisms while he was a postdoc in Richard Spritz’s lab in Denver. @HPSNetwork2
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