Past Conference Report
Dermatology 2022 – Where Science Meets Beauty!!
We are delighted to extend an invitation to you all to our forthcoming Dermatology Conference, the 2nd World Congress on Dermatology Research, which will take place in Dubai, UAE on December 05-06, 2022.
It is our great honor to invite each of you to our prestigious Dermatology 2022 conference. We believe in providing individuals with the most cutting-edge answers to dermatological issues, as like our last event, the World Congress on Dermatology Research which is held through virtually.
Those interested in future advancements in Dermatology should not miss this conference, since it will cover a wide range of subjects in dermatology, from fundamentals to practical applications.
All scientists, dermatologists, surgeons, nurses, research researchers, and students working in the field of dermatology and skin surgery will be able to contribute their knowledge at the Dermatology 2022. We provide you a lot of chances to express yourself and share your thoughts.
On December 05-06, 2022, we look forward to your important participation in a conference with renowned scientists from across the world, where we will present new and exciting results in Dermatology.
Program Director | Dermatology 2022
About the Conference
2nd World Congress on Dermatology Research is scheduled to be held on December 05-06, 2022 in Dubai UAE.
In the propitious Dermatology congress, we focus on the theme
“Advance Therapeutic Research and Modern Dermatological Techniques”
The event will include keynote talks, plenary talks, workshops, and an exhibition, covering a wide range of topics for the scientific community and providing excellent networking opportunities among dermatologists, leading universities, research institutions, and industry professionals with valuable insights and takeaways.
Some of the greatest regional and worldwide thinkers and faculty specialists in Dermatology and Cosmetology will lead the scientific programme. Businesses will be able to display and market the most up-to-date Dermatology equipment, machines, and products at the event.
The Dermatology 2022 is a two-day conference with Interactive Sessions & Sub-sessions focusing on innovation and new trends, as well as keynote presentations by Senior Scientists and industry professionals, panel discussions, poster contests, and a Young Researcher Forum. The conference programme will include interactive discussion sessions with well-known and thought-provoking speakers.
The purpose of the Dermatology 2022 conference is to bring together brilliant minds to offer talks that are ideas-focused and on a wide variety of scientific sessions, in order to inspire quicker learning. It will give a worldwide forum for sharing knowledge, fostering partnerships, discovering new clinical information, and staying current with contemporary trends and breakthroughs in Dermatology.
We look forward to your presence at the Dermatology 2022 at Dubai, UAE
• Associations and Societies of Dermatology
• Beauticians and Spa professionals
• Business Entrepreneurs
• CEO’s of Organizations
• Clinical Experts & Internal Medicine specialist
• Derma Biologists
• Dermatology and Derma Associations
• Dermatology educators, practitioners
• Dermatology Students, Scientists
• Diagnostic Laboratory professionals
• Health care Industries and Associations
• Manufacturing Medical Devices Companies
• Medicine Experts
• Plastic surgeons
• Professors, Associate Professors
• Research Institutes
• Research Scholars
• Training Institutes
• Examine the most recent advancements in Dermatology, Aesthetics, Anti-Aging Medicine, Laser Therapy, and Cosmetics.
• Utilize acquired knowledge in the treatment and care of patients
• Learn new and developing treatments for a variety of skin-related ailments.
• Implement evidence-based best practice tactics in daily practice using clinical practice recommendations and evidence-based guidelines to promote patient care.
• Use the several therapy options that are accessible to you.
Outlook & Opportunities
Dermatology 2022 Outlook:
• Keynote talks provided by the world's most prominent and recognized scholars
• Explore the latest in cutting-edge research
• Attending a conference energizes, rejuvenates, and motivates attendees.
• Act as career guides for new researchers and encourage them through rewards and momentums
• The Dermatology Conference sessions provide a unique and valuable contribution to all medical professionals who work with skin on a regular basis.
For Researchers and Faculty Members:
• Speaker Presentations
• Symposium hosting (4-5-member team)
• Poster Display
• Workshop organizing
For Universities, Associations & Societies:
• Academic Partnering
• Association Partnering
• Group Participation
• Collaboration proposals
For Students and Research Scholars:
• Young Researcher Forum (YRF Award to the best presenter)
• Poster Competition (Winner will get Best Poster Award)
• Student Attendee
• Group registrations
For Business Delegates:
• Book Launch event
• Audience participation
• Speaker Presentations
• Symposium hosting
• Networking opportunities
• Book Launch event
For Product Manufacturers:
• Workshop organizing
• Scientific Partnering
• Sponsorships opportunities
• Product launch
• Marketing and Networking with clients
• Exhibitor and Vendor booths
Sessions and Tracks
Session 01: Acne & Eczema - Types & its Treatment methods
Eczema is a skin disorder characterized by inflamed skin. Eczema arises in a variety of forms, the most common of which is atopic dermatitis. Eczema is characterized by dry, flaky, scaly skin, as well as redness and irritation. Although eczema cannot be cured, therapies such as skin hydration and stress reduction can help ease symptoms.
Acne is a skin disorder in which oil, dead skin, and bacteria clog the hair follicles, causing pimples to grow on the skin. Because of the shifting hormones, acne is most frequent among teens throughout puberty. Acne is also a typical side effect of menstruation. Cleaning and moisturizing the skin on a daily basis is an important part of acne therapy.
Blackheads and Whiteheads
Papules and Pustules
Fungal acne, Nodules and Cysts
Atopic Dermatitis and Allergic Contact Dermatitis
Nummular Eczema, Lichen Simplex Chronicus, and Prurigo Nodularis
Irritant Dermatitis and Seborrheic Dermatitis
Occupational Skin Diseases
Session 02: Challenges in Dermatology
Due to the nature and presentation of dermatological problems, clinical trials for dermatology are typically critical main objectives. Acne, eczema, and psoriasis are among the most common skin illnesses worldwide, posing a considerable burden and shame for patients. Dermatological treatment requires reducing the patient's anxieties, concerns, and expectations.
Social humiliation affects individuals who have severe acne, tanned often, or have dark pigmentation. Dermatologists must be sympathetic to their patients' emotional and psychological issues in order to do this. Patients have high expectations when they come to see you. The dermatology community is well-versed in dealing with such expectations.
Health care reform
Quality dermatologic care access
Demonstrating the value of Dermatology
Perceptions of dermatology
Preserving a broad specialty
Engaging and maintaining residents and young physicians
Session 03: Cosmetology: Surgeries and Procedures
The study and implementation of beauty treatments is known as cosmetology. It is divided into several disciplines, including beauty therapy and treatments for the face, hair, body, and general health. Cosmetic surgery alters your look in a long-term and significant way. These procedures are used to remodel physical structures and alter a person's look. Cosmetic operations, like any other type of surgery, need the services of a professional surgeon who is well-versed in the process, including recovery time, healing, and aftercare. Anesthesia and surgery-related issues, severe bleeding, infection, scarring, and inability to recover are all risks.
Cosmetic Product Development
Cosmeceuticals and Skin Care in Dermatology
Fundamentals of Laser and Light-Based Treatments
Laser Skin Resurfacing: Cosmetic and Medical Applications
Nonablative Laser and Light-Based Therapy: Cosmetic and Medical Indications
Noninvasive Body Contouring
Chemical Peels and Dermabrasion
Liposuction and Botulinum Toxin
Session 04: Dermatology and Aesthetic Science
Dermatology is a specialty of medicine that focuses on the diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of skin, hair, nail, oral cavity, and genital illnesses. Cosmetic enhancement and care are sometimes included. Skin problems can affect people's self-esteem, cause discomfort that makes daily activities difficult, and, in severe cases, put their lives in jeopardy.
Aesthetic dermatology strives to improve the look of healthy people's skin by attempting to treat or forestall skin ageing, minimise physical flaws, or simply enhance their appearance. It's common to presume that certain tools, approaches, or procedures will aid in the achievement of these objectives.
Wrinkle Relaxers (Botox, Xeomin, Dysport)
Soft Tissue Fillers
Treatment of Skin Discoloration
Session 05: Effects of Aging on Skin
The accumulation of structural and functional changes in an organism as a result of time is known as ageing. The alterations appear as a loss in fertility and physiological functions from the height of the organism's fertility through death. Damage accumulation could lead to biological systems failing, or to the concept of planned ageing, in which difficulties with internal mechanisms cause ageing. It's important to distinguish between programmed cell death and programmed ageing. There are also other factors that can accelerate the process of ageing in creatures, including humans, such as obesity and a weakened immune system.
Gerontology and Non-genetic theories
Wear-and-tear theory and Psycho-sociological theory
Cross-linking theory and Autoimmune theory
Glycation theory and Oxidative damage theory
Skin Changes and Diseases in Pregnancy
Pediatric and Adolescent Dermatology
Session 06: Green Cosmetics
The term "green" has become synonymous with "organic" or "healthy" in advanced Promotions. Many businesses rely on petrochemical fixes made from petrol, a non-renewable and financially risky resource. BHA and BHT, coal tar colours, formaldehyde-releasing additives, aluminium, and dibutyl phthalate are examples of chemicals that threaten the environment and human health.
Bio-based oleochemicals, on the other hand, are derived from renewable plant and microscopic organism sources, and are at the heart of the green cosmetics movement. Natural oils, agricultural plants, and bacteria are some examples of frequent sources of oleo compounds in combination with any conceivable sources. Fatty acids, castor oil, coconut oil, and phenoxyethanol are commonly found in green laboratories.
Session 07: Hair Loss Management and Advances in Trichology
Trichology is the study of human hair structure, function, and illnesses. The diagnosis and treatment of illnesses and abnormalities of the human hair and scalp is known as clinical trichology. It includes the investigation of illnesses of the human hair and scalp, as well as the determination of the cause(s) and treatment of these conditions.
It's normal to lose a strand of hair every day as part of the natural development cycle of your hair. The majority of people's hair regrows. However, sickness, hormonal fluctuations, stress, age, and genetic diseases can all disrupt the development cycle of your hair. The prevention and treatment of hair loss, also known as alopecia or baldness, as well as hair regeneration, are all part of hair loss management. Some conditions, such as hair loss during pregnancy may cure on their own, while others necessitate medical attention.
Male and female pattern baldness
Influence of Stress and Psychology on Hair
Hormonal causes of Hair loss
Follicular transfer for Hair Restoration
Grey and white hair-pigment loss
Diet, Supplements, Hair Care, Medical treatments and Medications
Session 08: Impact of Hormones on the Skin
The skin is one of the largest and most vital organs in our bodies. Small glands on the surface of the skin called sebaceous glands release a vital oil called sebum, which helps to keep your skin healthy. Hormones such as oestrogen, progesterone, and testosterone cause skin to alter. It acts as a physical barrier, regulates your temperature, and allows fluids such as perspiration and oils to pass through. Skin will vary as we age and go through different phases, therefore there is no such thing as a typical normal condition. The outside climate, as well as illness or diseases, can cause changes in our skin. Many receptors in your skin respond to a variety of messages, including your hormones.
Monthly cycle and Skin
Menopause and Skin
Genetics and Skin
Diet and Skin
Sleep and Skin
Session 09: Major risks from Cosmetic Products
A flawless complexion is a powerful weapon in the arsenal of feminine beauty. Cosmetics, particularly makeup, can, on the other hand, have a number of detrimental consequences on the skin, some of which are counterproductive. Bad makeup habits can lead to acne, wrinkles, and oiliness or dryness. Because of their composition, they clog pores, resulting in dark spots and pores. If you have oily or combination skin, your acne is more likely to worsen. The majority of cosmetics contain parabens, which are used as preservatives to inhibit the formation of harmful bacteria and mould. Skin allergies, on the other hand, are very frequent and cause irritation, pruritus, and rashes.
Dry or Oily Skin
Session 10: Melanoma and Non-melanoma Skin Cancers
The most prevalent sites for skin cancer are the head, face, lips, ears, neck, chest, arms and hands, and legs, all of which are exposed to the sun. It can, however, appear on areas that are infrequently exposed to the sun, such as the palms, beneath the fingernails or toenails, and the vaginal area. Melanomas are more likely to be hidden in those with darker skin. Melanomas can manifest themselves in any portion of the body. Because non-melanoma skin cancer seldom spreads, a biopsy is often the only test needed to identify the illness and define its stage, or extent.
Skin cancer types: Basal cell carcinoma, Squamous cell carcinoma and Melanoma.
Localized treatments and Surgery
Simple excision, Mohs micrographic surgery, curettage and electro-desiccation,
Cryosurgery and Laser surgery
Session 11: Nano cosmetics and Nanotechnology in Dermatology
Nanotechnologies have resulted in the development of a new generation of cosmetics with improved performance and characteristics. These nanomaterial are also employed in cosmetics that use a transdermal medication delivery mechanism. It is critical to evaluate the safety and toxicity of nanoparticle-containing cosmetics. The use of Nanotechnology in cosmetics distinguishes them from other goods in terms of quality.
Nanotechnology involves the creation of active nanoscale components for novel applications, highlighting advancements in the area that have increased the possibility for both intentional and inadvertent skin exposure. Nanoparticle skin diffusion as a result of inadvertent exposure is clearly important in terms of natural and health-related well-being and safety. Nanoparticles, on the other hand, must be able to penetrate the skin barrier, deliver their payload, and exit the body without causing hazardous side effects.
Polymeric Nano capsules
Lipid nanoparticles as carriers for cosmetic ingredients
Elastic liposomes and Druggable Targets for Skin Photoaging
Applications of Nanomedicine in wound Healing
Nano-Based Gene Therapy for Dermatological Diseases
Nanomedicine for Skin Cancers
Nanoparticles generated by ivy plants
Session 12: Oral Health and Skin Care
The mouth may be a portal for an individual's general health. Poor dental health can lead to a variety of health and skin issues, including obstinate acne, skin blemishes, and pimples. Bacteria can accumulate in the mouth and then enter the circulation, resulting in infection, inflammation, and illness. In this instance, facial breakouts, inflammation, and rashes are not excluded; even the best skincare program might result in skin problems if your dental health is bad. Gum disease or abscessed teeth can cause facial skin irritation and rashes. A person with gum disease or abscessed teeth generally has a lot of dangerous bacteria in their mouth, which can irritate and cause face rashes, breakouts, and even psoriasis because of the inflammation.
Pemphigoid and Pemphigus
Session 13: Perfumery & Cosmetic Sciences
A perfume is made out of a combination of oils and alcohol. A bottle of perfume comprises either chemically produced or organically obtained aroma oils. After that, the oils are diluted with medical-grade alcohol that is skin-safe. Alcohol serves to retain these oils as well as aid in projection and silage. Perfumes are designed to be gentle on even the most delicate skin. Cosmetic perfumes are complicated blends of hundreds of components. They are used in almost all cosmetics, not just fragrances, but also non-perfumed cosmetics such as general toiletries, skin care, sunscreens and associated goods, hair care and related items, and decorative cosmetics.
Essential Oils and Aromatherapy
Fragrance Allergies and Sensitivities
Phthalates as Fragrance Ingredients
Chemical Diversity of Floral Scent
Human Olfactory Receptor Families and Their Odorants
Session 14: Plastic Surgery and Dermatology for plastic surgeons
A dermatologist is an expert in the field of skin care. They help patients with hair, skin, and nail disorders by detecting and treating them. Plastic surgeons make their patients' looks and bodies seem better. Tissue transfers, laser surgery, and body reshaping are among their specializations. Dermatologists are primarily concerned with the maintenance of healthy skin as well as the treatment of skin problems. A plastic surgeon, on the other hand, is educated to operate on the appendix, thyroid, and other vital organs in an emergency and specialize in alternative or reconstructive operations to improve looks. Liposuction, breast augmentation, and other aesthetic treatments are among the procedures done by plastic surgeons.
Paediatric plastic surgery
Session 15: Platelet-rich plasma in cosmetic therapy
Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) is a face rejuvenation therapy that uses your own plasma to promote collagen formation and cell migration, allowing lines, creases, and wrinkles to be reduced. PRP is effective for patients since it is minimally invasive, has no danger of allergic response, and may be used to treat practically any part of the body without risk of negative effects. PRP can be utilised topically or intradermally in conjunction with fractional ablative laser resurfacing to improve skin renewal and acne scarring while allowing for a speedier recovery time.
Non-cosmetic Applications of PRP
Augmentation of the Wound Healing Response
Applications of Platelet-rich Fibrin Matrix
Enlarged pores and Skin texture issues
Effects of autologous PRP injections
Session 16: Psoriasis
Psoriasis is a kind of autoimmune disease. It causes skin cells to multiply quickly, resulting in lesions and plaques on the skin. Psoriasis is not a contagious disease. Psoriasis is considered to be caused by a mix of hereditary and environmental factors. The cutaneous signs of psoriasis can be treated with a variety of topical and systemic treatments. Treatment methods are chosen based on the severity of the condition, any related comorbidities, the patient's desire, effectiveness, and an assessment of the specific patient's reaction.
Epidermolysis bullosa dystrophica
Session 17: Role of Dietary supplements on Healthy Skin
Appropriate nutrition might be a good thing, and it could be an ideal strategy to receive the foundations of a balanced calorie count of the substance. Cancer prevention substances, such as beta-carotene, vitamin C, and vitamin E, selenium, and B vitamins, act as bodyguards for your skin cells and protect them from damage. Omega-3 is also important for skin health and beauty, since it helps to reduce inflammation and cell degeneration over time. Protein is required for cell renewal; as a result, we shed so many cells from our skin each day that we maintain a nutritional and protein balance.
Food and drug interactions
Vitamin E in Human Skin
Plant-Based Foods for Skin Health
Antioxidants and Collagen Supplements
Impact of Dietary Supplements on Skin Aging
Session 18: Skin Nutrition and Anti-aging Medicine
The spirit of a person is what makes them beautiful. Nutritional variables have an important part in the correct functioning of the skin. The relationship between nutrition and skin health, or more precisely impact the nutrition on skin ageing. There are two types of ageing processes in the skin. The first is intrinsic skin ageing, which is a type of chronological ageing that affects skin in the same way that it does all other organs. Extrinsic skin ageing, also known as wrinkled skin, is caused by external causes and environmental influences such as prolonged sun exposure and ultraviolet (UV) irradiations, as well as smoking, pollution, sleep deprivation, and poor diet.
Control of evaporation
Session 19: Surgeries and Therapies in Dermatology
Surgical dermatological techniques are effective in treating skin disorders quickly and produce long-lasting, aesthetically acceptable outcomes. Surgery, on the other hand, is not suited for every skin issue, and it might have negative consequences. It is the destruction of tissues utilising energy such as mechanical, electromagnetic, or chemical energy to modify a bodily component. There are a variety of treatments that may be utilised to treat dermatological disorders. Topical agents, dressings, systemic agents, laser and photodynamic treatment, and cryosurgery are a few examples.
Plastic Surgery & its Sub-specialties
Chiropractic Laser therapy
Lasers and its Therapeutic Applications
Drugs that control inflammation
Photosensitizer and Microdermabrasion
Radiotherapy and its types
Pluripotent and Multipotent
Session 20: Thread lifting
Skin changes are an inevitable aspect of growing older. Over time, your skin loses its firmness and flexibility. Sagging and wrinkles emerge as a result. Thread lift is a cosmetic technique that provides a less invasive alternative to facelift surgery. Thread lifts promise to tighten your skin by injecting medical-grade thread material into your face and then tightening the thread to draw your skin up. The goal of a barbed suture lift, often known as a facelift, is to raise and sculpt the form of your face or breasts. Thread lifts employ temporary, medical-grade suture material to "stitch" your skin taut.
Cheek vector lift and Jaw lift
Lip enhancement/Peri oral lines
Nasal labial folds, Neck lift, and Eyebrow lift
Use of barbed, smooth and twist Threads
Session 21: Venereology and Infectious Skin Diseases
Infectious diseases are skin infections caused by bacteria, viruses, parasites, or fungus. The majority of skin conditions are infectious. Venereology is a medical specialty that focuses on the study and treatment of skin and genital illnesses. Venereology is the study of diseases that can be spread via sexual interaction. Venereology encompasses the diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of sexually transmissible infections (STIs) and other medical diseases of the genital tract. It also covers the promotion of healthy sexual health and Venereology's Recent Advances.
Cellulitis, Impetigo, folliculitis
Melasma & Epidermoid cyst
Eczema, Rosacea, and Vitiligo
Case Studies & Whats New
Clinical Trials and Case Studies in Dermatology Practice
Clinical dermatology research is quickly developing in response to a regulatory environment that encourages clinical trials that are safer, more justified, and less stressful for study participants. It entails the diagnosis and treatment of a variety of rare and unique dermatological illnesses, as well as odd manifestations of typical dermatological issues. In medicine, a case report is a detailed description of a patient's symptoms, signs, diagnosis, therapy, and follow-up. Case reports may contain a patient's demographic information, albeit they generally focus on an exceptional or original incidence. Some case reports include a literature review of previously known cases. This session will include original case studies across the whole spectrum of dermatology, including prevention, diagnosis, treatment, therapeutic toxicities, and supportive care, quality-of-life, and survivorship difficulties. Share your experience of Case Study research at Dermatology 2022, by submitting your abstracts.
Dermatology is a rapidly evolving field, with new entities being discovered on a regular basis. Keep up with new and developing advancements in Dermatology as they emerge in the ever-changing world of medical science.
Share your recent research topic related to any in & out and all fields of Dermatology.
Submit your Abstract at https://dermatology.cmesociety.com/abstract-submission
Dermatology is the specialized branch of medicine focusing on the skin and treatment of skin-related diseases and conditions. This includes a variety of conditions, both pathological and cosmetic.
Between 2020 and 2025, the worldwide dermatological market will grow by USD 7.17 billion, with a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of over 11.7%. An ageing population, rising disposable incomes, improved health insurance coverage, and the growing need for early identification of dermatological disorders will all contribute to this market's rise.
The market for dermatological drugs will increase in tandem with the growth of the dermatology contraptions exhibition. The entire dermatological pharmaceuticals market has grown at a compound annual growth rate of 11.7 percent, and it is expected to expand to about USD 7.17 billion between 2020 and 2025. Given the manner that most pharmaceuticals used to treat actual dermatologic problems have neuropsychiatric side effects, there is a lot of interest for consistent and safe medications that don't require extensive testing. Through 2025, the need for increasingly safe medications will fuel the growth of the global dermatological prescriptions market.
The basic reason driving the entire dermatology contraptions market is the growing need for early detection. In order to enhance early area and prescriptions, the imaging industry is concentrating on imaging informatics, cross breed modalities, and follow-up medications.
Two developing examples projected to obtain balance through 2024 are relentless innovative forms of development and the growing prominence of dermatology in the restorative company.
The market for dermatological medications will continue to grow steadily through 2025, thanks to the biologics category. During the guess time range, this piece will talk to the largest portion of the pie, giving it an advantage over the little particles.
Because of the rising prevalence of skin disorders and the growing focus on limited bundles of dermatological cases inside the zones, North America and Europe are the primary markets. The United States is the largest commercial hub for dermatological medications, following only by Canada in terms of technique. The core nations, the United Kingdom, Germany, and France, maintain a substantial presence within the EU commercial hub.
This database focuses on the most often prescribed medications for the treatment of skin infections. The prevalence of problems such as obesity, hypertension, and sickness has been surpassed by the prevalence of psoriasis and skin disorders across the majority of nationwide populations. Skin diseases have exorbitant expenditures that include expert consultations, wellness centre care, prescribed medications, and over-the-counter products for treating or adapting to these conditions, as well as tilted costs due to profit losses.
Universities associates to Dermatology Research
• Stanford University
• University of Pennsylvania
• University of California San Francisco
• New York University
• University of Michigan
• Emory University
• Columbia University
• Thomas Jefferson University
• University of Pittsburgh
Top companies in Dermatology Device Market
• Takeda Pharmaceuticals
• Arcutis Bio therapeutics
• Seed Health
• Roivant Sciences Inc.