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The 13th Annual Meeting on Skin Challenges 2022 will be held in Lisbon, Portugal this November

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Mitochondria-Microbiota Task Force

Skin Ageing & Challenges 2022

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Endorsed by International Society of Microbiota (ISM), and headed by Prof. Jean Krutmann, IUF – Leibniz Research Institute for Environmental Medicine, Leibniz, Germany, the 13th International Conference on Skin Ageing & Challenges 2022 will be held on 17-18 November in Lisbon, Portugal.

What we will talk during Skin Ageing & Challenges 2022?

Skin Ageing & Challenges 2022 will discuss the following: Skin microbiome and mycobiome, skin cancer, atopic skin inflammation, wound healing, engineered stem cells and silk biomaterials, exosome technology, mitochondrial transplantation, skin ageing, skin rejuvenation, senolytic flavonoids, skin photo-protection, facial aesthetics, diet and skin, artificial intelligence, electronic skin, the impact of olfactory receptors on microbiota & wound healing, and more…


Who will attend Skin Ageing & Challenges 2022?

Industrials who will attend:

The 13th edition will gather many industrials, among which: Kimera Labs, L’Oréal, PerfectCorp Allergan Aesthetics, an Abbvie Company, Colgate – Palmolive, DSM Nutritional Products, Episkin SA, HCS Pharma, i-On Skincare, 3JBS Genu-in, Liposphere, LVMH Recherche, Mary Kay Inc, Natura, Pierre Fabre Laboratories, Rohto Pharmaceutical Co. Ltd., Rousselot, Shanghai Cheermore Biotech Co., VDF/Futureceuticals, and others.

Academics who will participate:

Católica Biomedical Research Centre, Católica Medical School, Centre national de la recherche scientifique (CNRS), Chemnitz University of Technology, Chung-Ang University, Functional Medicine University, Hochschule Albstadt-Sigmaringen, INSA Toulouse, ISLA Santarém, Jeonbuk National University, Juntendo university, Kanazawa University, Leibniz Research Institute for Environmental Medicine, Loughborough University, Ludwig Boltzmann Research Group, and others.

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About the Skin Ageing & Challenges 2022 Speakers:

Jean Krutmann, Leibniz Research Institute for Environmental Medicine, Germany – Welcome Note & Introduction Remarks

Elsa Logarinho, i3S Association, University of Porto, Portugal – Induction of the Transcription Factor FOXM1 Drives Healthspan Extension in Progeroid and Naturally Aged Mice

Christa Rhiner, Champalimaud Foundation, Portugal – Regeneration in the Fly Brain: Wake-Up Signals for Quiescent Neural Stem Cells

Thomas Haarmann-Stemmann, Leibniz Research Institute for Environmental Medicine, Germany – A Gene Variant of AKR1C3 Contributes to Interindividual Susceptibilities to Atopic Dermatitis Triggered by Particulate Air Pollution

Charlotte Esser, Leibniz Research Institute for Environmental Medicine, Germany – Rapid Detection and Online Analysis of Human Skin Microbial Changes by Flow Cytometry (FlowSoFineTM)

Duncan Ross, Kimera Labs, Inc., USA – Science and Clinical Applications of Exosomes

Ricardo Vardasca, ISLA Santarém, Portugal – Recent Artificial Intelligence Developments for Skin Cancer Detection

Marvin Edeas, Institut Cochin, INSERM, Université de Paris, France – Olfactory Receptors, Microbiota & Wound Healing

Christa Rhiner, Champalimaud Foundation, Portugal – Regeneration in the Fly Brain: Wake-Up Signals for Quiescent Neural Stem Cells

Bernhard Homey, University Hospital in Düsseldorf, Germany – Mechanisms Interconnecting Genotype, Transcriptome and Microbiome during Atopic Skin Inflammation

Kazuhiro Ogai, Kanazawa University, Japan – Skin Microbiome Profile of Healthy Cameroonians and Japanese

Piul S. Rabbani, New York University School of Medicine, USA – Extracellular Vesicle Therapy for Skin Injuries

Hongwei Ouyang, Zhejiang University School of Medicine, China – Skin Regeneration with Engineered Stem Cells and Silk Biomaterials

Philipp Bosshard, University Hospital Zurich, Switzerland – The Fungal Skin Microbiota in Health and in Atopic Dermatitis

Louis Chen, EVP and Chief Strategy Officer at PerfectCorp, Taiwan – Unlocking the Power of AI Skin Tech in the Dermatology Industry

Nichola Starr, University of Nottingham, United Kingdom Elucidating the Molecular Landscape of the Stratum Corneum Using 3D OrbiSIMS

Uraiwan Panich, Mahidol University, Thailand Novel Mitochondria-Targeted Sulfide Delivery Molecules Prevent Photo-Ageing

Marek Konop, Warsaw Medical University, Poland – Doctor Jekyll and Mr Hyde – Two Faces of Opioids in a Wound Treatment

Saranya Wyles, Mayo Clinic Department of Dermatology, USA Exosome Technology: Pearls & Pitfalls for Skin Rejuvenation

Sun Hwa Kim, Korea Institute of Science and Technology, Korea – Extracellular Vesicles: Potential Theranostic Platforms for Skin Diseases and Aging

Kohei Ogura, Kanazawa University, Japan – Skin Physiology and Two Staphylococci Associated with the Recurrence of Pressure Injuries

Xi Huang, i-On Skincare, Inc., USA – Menopause, iron, and aging skin: Is there a connection?

Oliver Schmidt, Chemnitz University of Technology, Germany Electronic Skin that Anticipates and Perceives Touch from Different Directions

Mikolaj Ogrodnik, Ludwig Boltzmann Research Group Senescence and Healing of Wounds, Austria The Zone of Tissue Activation Delineates Immediate and Long-Term Response of Skin to Wounding and Associates with Markers of Senescence and Regeneration

Jia Xian Law, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia Extracellular Vesicles in Facial Aesthetics

Laurent Marrot, L’Oréal, France Atmospheric Pollution Impairs Skin Barrier Function: Focus on PM-Associated Pollutants Under UVA Exposure

Inês Milagre, Instituto Gulbenkian de Ciência, Portugal Turning Back the Clock – Harnessing Reprogramming to Rejuvenate Cells

Woo Jun Sul, Chung-Ang University, South Korea Skin Microbiome and Mycobiome in Aging


More about the speakers and topics.

Skin Ageing & Challenges 2022 Agenda.


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