ISAD Research Fellowships 2022

The ISAD Research Fellowships are funded by a generous grant of Pfizer with the aim of supporting research training of junior Dermatologists‐Venereologists, or residents in Dermatology‐Venereology in a high standard academic center. There are two fellowships lasting 3 months and one fellowship lasting 6 months.

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A grant to specifically help our Ukrainian colleagues

Our Society has some contacts inside Ukraine with Pavel CHERNYSHOV at Bogomolets National Medical University in Kyiv, a long-term representative of his country at the European Task Force on AD (he translated the AD leaflet in Ukrainian and Russian), who at the time of this writing was still teaching his students with the background of […]

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February 2022 digest

Dear Colleagues, Dear Friends, Our Society recently received a letter from Dr Shakirat GOLD-OLUFADI, Consultant Physician and Dermatologist at University College Hospital, Ibadan, Nigeria, one of our laureates of the 2021 Sub Saharan Africa Grants, who had difficulties recruiting for her project titled “The impact of education in indigenous languages on atopic dermatitis and factors determining severity of […]

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ISAD Grants/SSAI: summary of assessment & funding

2021 ➜ ISAD Grants/Sub-Saharan Africa Initiative (SSAI) 1 Lamissa CISSÉ, Mali Comparative study of skin microbiota in cases of atopic dermatitis in children in Bamako and rural areas in Mali6.000 €, liaise with TZ and SA (2, 4), limit to age group 6-10 yo. 2 Khanyisile DLADLA, South Africa Identifying associations between the skin microbiome, […]

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Neglected tropical dermatoses and AD: place of teledermatology in the era of pandemic

Dear Colleague, The Malagasy Society of Dermatology (SOMADER) cordially invites you to participate in its XVIIth Annual Congress, which will be organized under the auspices of the National Academy of Medicine of Madagascar ANAMEM with the participation of The International Society of Atopic Dermatitis ISAD, The Global Action for Fungus Infection GAFFI, and the French-speaking […]

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January 2022 digest

Dear Colleagues, Dear Friends, I wish you a Happy New Year and I hope that you had a great holiday season. If 2022 starts with new sanitary warnings and constraints in many countries, vaccination has begun to facilitate travel and we hope that this trend will continue over the next months to allow us to […]

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