1st International Symposium Update on Rosacea
The UCD Charles Institute of Dermatology host its first international symposium entitled 'Update on Rosacea' on Friday 14th and Saturday 15th March 2014 at the UCD Charles Institute, Belfield.
The cause of rosacea is unknown and the management of this common condition with its chronic and recurring symptoms can be a
challenge. This symposium will bring together leading international experts to present the latest clinical and research updates on rosacea.
The programme, running all day Friday and Saturday morning, will include invited speakers, short presentations and poster sessions
on current approaches to management and future prospects for improved treatment.
Dermatologists, residents in training, family practitioners with an interest in dermatology, scientists and others who may be interested are welcome to participate.
Registration is free for residents or scientists in training.
We look forward to seeing you in Dublin on 14-15 March 2014 for the First International Symposium focused on Rosacea.
About the UCD Charles Institute
Launched in June 2008, the UCD Charles Institute is the first academic institute devoted to dermatology in Ireland. The Institute was created by the City of Dublin Skin & Cancer Hospital (Hume Street Trust) and University College Dublin to advance education and research in dermatology. It is a centre within the UCD School of Medicine & Medical Science and the building links UCD Health Science Centre, UCD Systems Biology Ireland and UCD Conway Institute in a spacious, state-of-the-art research facility.