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Registration for ESDR 2021 is open

Registration for ESDR 2021 is open

Join the Virtual 50th Anniversary ESDR Annual Meeting.The ESDR Board and Program Committee are determined to organise a scientifically valuable, innovative and highly enjoyable ESDR 2021 Annual Meeting in a virtual format. Discover the scientific program overview and...

Promoting Science for Skin Regeneration

Promoting Science for Skin Regeneration

April 8-9, 2021: VIRTUAL MEETING, A new Society for Regenerative Biologists Please see the meeting website for further information, registration and submission of abstracts (isrbio.org) Effective skin wound healing is critical to...

ESDR 2021 MOVES TO VIRTUAL

ESDR 2021 MOVES TO VIRTUAL

Dear Colleague, As you will recall, we postponed our 50th Anniversary meeting to be held in Amsterdam in 2020 in the hope that by September 2021 we would be able to do justice to the event and hold it face-to-face in Amsterdam. In view of the present and continuing...

ESDR mourns Prof Hiroshi Shimizu

ESDR mourns Prof Hiroshi Shimizu

We are very sad to learn of the passing of Prof Hiroshi Shimizu. Honorary member and great friend to the ESDR. Outstanding scientist, author, leader and mentor we will remember Hiroshi’s energy, conviviality and warmth. Our condolences to his family, friends and...

European Virtual Magic Wand educational program

European Virtual Magic Wand educational program

The European Virtual Magic Wand Program will offer a unique opportunity for dermatologists in Europe interested in innovation an opportunity to learn how to identify unmet clinical needs and to learn the process of biomedical innovation.  We are now accepting...

International day of women and girls in science 2021

International day of women and girls in science 2021

The annual International Day of women and girls in science is celebrated on 11 February. This Day is a reminder that women and girls play a critical role in science and technology communities and that their participation should be strengthened. Discover the 2021 ESDR...

ESDR mourns Prof Malcolm greaves

ESDR mourns Prof Malcolm greaves

We are sad to announce that Professor Malcolm Greaves passed away on Sunday 10 January.Prof Greaves was an important figure in the history of the ESDR, having served on the Board and as President. Our condolences to his family, friends and colleagues. We will miss...