How to Access to Skin Ageing & Challenges 2020 Virtual Platform?

Dear Attendees of Skin Ageing & Challenges 2020 Congress and Workshop,
 
Please find here the last practical information which allows you full access to Virtual Platform.

All attendees will receive an invitation Email to Access and Download the platform shortly by the following schedule.

1) If you are registered for the Workshop, you will receive an email on Nov 3, at 15:30 PM (Paris Time).

2) If you are only registered for Skin Ageing & Challenges 2020, you will receive an email on Nov 3, at 16:30 PM (Paris Time).

 

How to combine Skin Microbiota Workshop with Congress registration?

If you registered only for the workshop, you cannot access the Platform of the Congress and vice-versa. If you would like to access both, you need to complete the registration. Please contact us for more information about this process.

Skin Ageing & Challenges 2020 Virtual Congress has a free, official App which you can be able to:
  • View the event agenda and plan your schedule
  • Access Livestreams and Videos directly within sessions and utilize the session Q&A
  • Set up Virtual meet-ups with your fellow attendees to connect remotely
  • Create and converse through various Discussion Topics in the Community Board
  • Get presentation documents and slides

We look forward to seeing you soon at the Skin Ageing & Challenges 2020 Virtual Congress!

Skin Ageing & Challenges 2020 team

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Among Short Oral Presentations already accepted

Polyamines: novel regulators of human epidermal pigmentation
Leah A. Vardy, Skin Research Institute of Singapore, Singapore

Accelerated Skin Wound Healing Enabled by Wearable Nanogenerators
Xudong Wang, University of Wisconsin Madison, USA

Polysaccharide‐rich hydrogel formulation combined with photobiomodulation repairs UV‐induced photodamage in mice skin
Lia Mara Grosso Neves, Federal University of São Carlos, Brazil

Unveiling polymeric nanoparticles – skin interaction through synchrotron-based infrared microspectroscopy
Sofia A. Costa Lima, University of Porto, Portugal

The role of fatty acid synthase (FASN) in the initial stages of senescence and ageing
Midusa Mahenthiran, Barts And The London Smd – Blizard Institute, United Kingdom

Mobile Skin sensor based on LED spectroscopy and its application to human skin
Seongwook Choi, Givata Co., Ltd, Republic of Korea

Ferroptosis, cell death depending of lipid oxidation in skin cell lines
Malgorzata Adamiec, Silesian University of Technology, Poland

In vitro effect of lactic acid bacteria with sphingomyelinase activity on melanin metabolism in human melanocytes
Francesca Lombardi, University of L’Aquila, Italy

Plant-based biocomposites as potential antibacterial patches for skin wound healing
Fabrizio Fiorentini, Smart Materials Group, Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia, Italy

MITOTAG: Development of a new generation of antioxidants for skin aging
José Teixeira, Mitotag, Portugal

 

We have extended the abstract submission deadline till October 19, 2020.

Please submit your abstract here: Abstracts Submission

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The role of fatty acid synthase (FASN) in the initial stages of senescence and ageing

During the Skin Challenges 2020, Dr. Midusa Mahenthiran from Barts And The London Smd – Blizard Institute, United Kingdom will present a short oral presentation entitled “The role of fatty acid synthase (FASN) in the initial stages of senescence and ageing“.

Introduction: Senescence plays a major role in pathological processes such as ageing and cancer. It is characterised by a secretory state known as senescence-associated secretory phenotype (SASP), which involves release of factors such as interleukin 1α (IL-1α), IL-1β and IL-6 and small extracellular vesicles (EVs). [1] This study explored the role of fatty acid synthase (FASN) in senescence and its potential as a therapeutic target for ageing.

 

Skin Ageing & Challenges 2020
November 5-6, 2020 – Virtual Congress
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Best Image Contest – Skin Challenges 2020 Congress

Among the Best Images contest submitted images, the organizing committee selected Dr. Lia Mara Grosso Neves’s submission.

Dr. Neves also will present a short oral entitled “Polysaccharide‐rich hydrogel formulation combined with photobiomodulation repairs UV‐induced photodamage in mice skin” during the Skin Challenges 2020 Virtual Congress.

Summary of talk: The development of new therapies for the treatment of photoaging has gained importance in the last decades. In this scenario, natural products represent interesting tools for the prevention and treatment of skin aging. The therapy called photobiomodulation (PBM) refers to the use of photons, in a non-thermal irradiance, to alter the biological activity of cells and tissues. Non-ablative lasers have been increasingly used in the aesthetic treatment of fine wrinkles and skin photoaging. Will be demonstrated the biomodulatory effects of a polysaccharide-rich hydrogel formulation extracted from Lycium barbarum fruits combined with PBM repairing the UVR-induced photodamage on the skin of hairless mice.

If you wish to submit your images for Best Images contest, please follow the link here.

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Wayne Liu

How AI is re-shaping the consumer skin care journey

Mr. Wayne Liu, from Perfect Corp, USA, will join the Skin Challenges 2020 Congress and present a talk entitled “How AI is re-shaping the consumer skin care journey”.

Perfect Corp is realizing a unique vision at the intersection of tech and beauty. The suite of AR beauty apps featuring the award-winning YouCam Makeup and YouCam Perfect merges high-tech virtual and mobile platforms with a passion for makeup and beauty.

Skin Ageing & Challenges 2020
November 5-6, 2020 – Porto, Portugal
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Dr. Thomas Haarmann-Stemmann

Interaction of different UV wavelengths present in natural sunlight

Dr. Thomas Haarmann-Stemmann, from Leibniz Research Institute for Environmental Medicine, Germany, will present his study on “Interaction of different UV wavelengths present in natural sunlight” during Porto Skin Ageing & Challenges Congress 2020 which will be held in Porto, on November 5-6, 2020.

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November 5-6, 2020 – Porto, Portugal
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Dr. Tamara Schikowsk

Skin aging in Indians living in highly polluted areas

Dr. Tamara Schikowsk, from Leibniz Research Institute for Environmental Medicine, Germany, will give a presentation entitled “Skin aging in Indians living in highly polluted areas” during  Porto Skin Ageing & Challenges Congress 2020 which will be held in Porto, on November 5-6, 2020.

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November 5-6, 2020 – Porto, Portugal
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Dr. Rainer Simmering

Chances & Challenges when investigating the skin microbiome

Dr. Rainer Simmering from Henkel AG & Co. KGaA, Germany will join the Skin Ageing & Challenges 2020 Congress which will be organized on November 8-9 as virtual congress and will give a presentation entitled “Chances & Challenges when investigating the skin microbiome“.

Summary of the Talk: To understand the skin microbiome uses modern technologies are used and many hypotheses aim to understand the composition of the respective ecosystem. Even though the knowledge of the microbial composition is of great importance, it might not always be properly assessed and the results might get misinterpreted. On top the phylogenetic information might not explain always the functionalities observed in a microbial ecosystem. The talk aims to discuss the changes the knowledge of the skin microbiome will have in the future but also will pinpoint some pitfalls.

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November 5-6, 2020 – Virtual Congress
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The role of AI in skin cancer diagnosis

Dr. Ricardo Vardasca, from the University of Porto, Portugal, will join the Skin Challenges 2020 congress and give a talk entitled “The role of AI in skin cancer diagnosis“.

Summary of the Talk: The usage of different imaging modalities to assist in skin cancer diagnosis is a common daily practice, although the integration and understanding of the whole parameters given by the different images can be a challenging task for physicians, so artificial intelligence (AI) methods can be implemented to assist them in this process.

This talk will be focused on all the distinct imaging modalities used in dermatology for skin cancer diagnosis that has already been coupled with AI classification methods.

Some background, examples of applications and further directions of research will be proposed and disclosed in the topic.

Skin Ageing & Challenges 2020
November 5-6, 2020 – Porto, Portugal
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