sábado, 24 de septiembre de 2011
The Vitiligo Research Foundation
The International School of Vitiligo & Pigmentary Disorders.
Barcelona, Spain 2-5 November 2011
New York, Aug. 30, 2011
In today's competitive world of Dermatology , education and continuous training are the key to success and employability .
Pigmentary Disorders of the skin are seen very often by the Dermatologists and not always properly diagnosed and treated.
Training supported and funded by the VRF provides you with the competitive edge because of its strong clinical-practical orientation in the field of Pigmentary Disorders of the Skin.
Following this residential interactive meeting funded by the VRF, the attendees will be able to :
- understand the biology of human melanocytes;
- develop a strategy to diagnose all clinical forms of vitiligo and related disorders and the other common ( benign and malignant ) pigmentary disorders;
- identify the most rational and well accepted conventional and innovative therapies for treating both the symptoms and the signs of the pigmentary disorder and the self-esteem decline of the sufferers .
A special session for discussing the most paradigmatic clinical cases presented by the same attendees has been included in the scientific program.
Residents and practicing dermatologists will be encouraged to actively engage in the discussion at each and every stages of the workshop.
Each Scientific Community of all European Countries is entitled to appoint one resident or young practicing dermatologist as participant to the School in agreement with the National Dermatological Society .
Prof. Dr. Torello Lotti , MD
Professor of Dermatology
Chairman , Executive Scientific Committe VR Foundation, Inc.
1, Penn plaza, suite 6205
New York, NY 10119 USA
Tel. 1-855 -966-3555