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Expanding the frontiers of Dermatology and Trichology
- Dermatology Congress 2018


Allied Academies invites all the participants across the globe to attend on “International Congress on Dermatology and Trichology”, which is going to be held on Sep 17-18, 2018 at Warsaw, Poland. Dermatology Congress 2018 is an international occasion which brings together a completely unique and worldwide blend of big and medium businesses, leading universities and educational institutes and establishing a good platform throughout the globe.

This year the theme of the conference is Expanding the frontiers of Dermatology and Trichology.


•           Advancements in Dermatology

•           Skin Disorders

•           Eczema

•           Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA)

•           Parasitic Skin Diseases

•           Sexually Transmitted Skin Conditions

•           Viral Skin Diseases

•           Fungal/Yeast Skin Infections

•           Skin Cancer

•           Surgical Procedures for Skin Diseases

•           Trichology

•           Plastic Surgery

•           Cosmetic Dermatology

•           Hair Transplantation

•           Psoriasis

•           Contagious Skin Diseases

•           Acne

•           Skin Allergies

•           Epidermolysis Bullosa

•           Pigmentation Diseases


•           Dermatologists

•           Hair Restoration Surgeons

•           Trichologists

•           Hair Care Experts

•           Scientist

•           Manufacturing Companies

•           Researchers

•           Entrepreneurs

•           Cosmetologists

•           Doctors

•           Skin Care Experts


Allied group is organizing a global event on International Congress on Dermatology and Trichology which is going to bring all the eminent speakers, keynote speakers, business men, exhibitors, researchers, Scientist together on one platform for global networking.

Welcome Message

Dermatology Congress 2018 cordially invites all the delegates, keynote speakers, Dermatologists, Cosmetologist,  Businessmen, Hair care experts, Doctors, Researchers, Students, Exhibitors and poster presenters across the globe to attend the International Congress on Dermatology and Trichology which is going to be held on Sep 17-18, 2018 in Warsaw, Poland.
Allied Academies is a union of several esteemed academic and scientific associations known for promoting scientific spirit. Allied Academies was established in the year 1997 by Andrew John. Allied Academies organizes International Congress on Dermatology and Trichology 2018 conference along with 300+ Conferences across USA, Europe and Asia every year with support from 1000 more scientific societies and Publishes 400+ Open access journals which contain over 30000 renowned personalities as editorial board members.
·         Exclusive Sessions and Panel discussions on latest innovations in Dermatology and Trichology
·         Lectures by active practitioners
·         Keynote forums by Prominent Surgeons
·         Open Innovation Challenges
·         Poster presentations by Young Researchers
·         Global Networking sessions with 50+ Countries
·         Novel techniques to benefit your research
·         Best platform for Global business and Networking opportunities
·         Meet the editors of referred journals, Society and Association members across the Globe
·         Excellent platform to showcase the latest products and formulations in Dermatology and Trichology

Sessions and Tracks

Track 1: Advancements in Dermatology
Dermatology focuses on maintaining the health of the skin, which is also the body's largest organ. Conditions pertaining to the skin, hair and nails are also studied in this branch of medicine. Common skin conditions include warts, ringworm, impetigo, vitiligo, and psoriasis. Currently, dermatology brings together techniques from different disciplines, along with genetic research and the use of immunosuppressive agents. Of late, laser treatment has broadened the diagnostic and treating horizons in dermatology.
1.1 Esthetic 
1.2  Trichologist
1.3 Reflexology
1.4   Electrolysis
Track 2: Skin Disorders (Keratinization)
Disorders of cornification are characterized by abnormalities in the squamation of corneocytes. Abnormal keratinization disorders are classified into hereditary keratoses (e.g., Darier’s disease, ichthyosis) and acquired keratoses. The acquired keratoses are further sub-divided into inflammatory keratoses (e.g., psoriasis, lichen planus), and non-inflammatory keratoses (e.g., clavus, callus).

2.1  Lupus

2.2 Rubeola (Measles)

2.3 Keloid

2.4 Vitiligo

2.5 Hives

2.6 Cellulitis

2.7  pilonidal sinus

Track 3: Eczema
Eczema or dermatitis refers to various types of skin swelling, which persist for long durations. It is mostly characterized by dry, itchy skin, and eruptions on the face, on the hands and feet, behind the knees, and inside the elbows. The cause of this condition is yet unknown, but the condition is known to be non-contagious. However, it is known that both genetic as well as environmental factors contribute to its pathogenesis. The most commonly observed eczema is atopic dermatitis. It is very common in children and babies, but adults can also suffer from the condition. Treatments include skin creams, light therapy, medicines, and good skin care.

3.1 Contact dermatitis

3.2 Dyshidrotic dermatitis

3.3 Nummular dermatitis

3.4 Seborrheic dermatitis

Track 4: Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA)
MRSA is a “super bug”. This lethal skin infection initiates in the form of small red bumps, which are similar to pimples and bug bites. These bumps later develop into deep and painful abscesses. Though the bacteria are confined to the skin, they can gain access to other parts of the body. Upon entering the body, MRSA infects the blood, lungs, heart, bones, and joints. Treatments for MRSA comprise of surgery and antibiotics. Only two antibiotics, vancomycin and linezolid are potent enough to combat MRSA.

4.1 HA-MRSA 


Track 5: Parasitic Skin Diseases

A myriad of parasitic infections affect the skin and subcutaneous tissues. Based on the identity of the parasite, the condition might be transient or protracted. Furthermore, such infections might be localized or spread out over multiple tissues. In the former case, the skin might be the primary site of parasitic infection or the skin might be the site of a secondary invasion. All parasitic groups have species which are capable of infecting or affecting the skin or subcutaneous tissues.

5.1 Potozoan infections

5.2 Trematode infections

5.3 Cestode infections

5.4 Nematode infections

Track 6: Sexually Transmitted Skin Conditions
Sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) are generally transmitted through intercourse; however skin-to-skin contact is sufficient to transmit many STDs. These diseases are generally refractory to treatment and most of them can only be controlled, and not cured. Three of these conditions affect the skin along with other regions of the body: the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV), genital herpes, and genital warts.

6.1 HIV

6.2 Syphilis

6.3 Hepatitis

6.4 Zika Virus

6.5 Genital Warts(HPV)

6.6 Trichomoniasis

Track 7: Viral Skin Diseases
Viral skin diseases account for a significant percentage of the entire skin disease corpus. Most viral skin diseases are characterized by an exanthem (skin rash) and, an accompanying enanthem (lesions or rashes involving the mucosal membrane). Common viral skin diseases include Measles and rubella, Varicella zoster, Herpes simplex virus (HSV), Molluscum contagiosum, Human papillomavirus (HPV), and Coxsackievirus (A, B).
7.1 Respiratory Viral Infections  
7.2 Viral Skin Infections
7.3 Foodborne Viral Infections
7.4 Sexually Transmitted Viral Infections
7.5 Other Viral Infections
Track 8: Fungal/Yeast Skin Infections
Fungal infections are ubiquitous throughout the natural world. Fungi are hardy can survive almost anywhere; some fungi live naturally within the human body. In humans, fungal infections occur when the fungal load exceeds the handling capacity of the immune system. Infections of the skin caused by fungi are referred to as ‘mycoses’. They are pretty common and generally very mild in their manifestation. However, in severely immunocompromised individuals, fungal infections can be very serious. The most common example of fungal skin infection is the Athlete’s foot.

8.1 Tinea infection

8.2 Aspergillosis

8.3 Candidiasis

8.4 Coccidioidomycosis

Track 9: Skin Cancer
Skin cancer is one of the most frequently encountered forms of human cancer, with nearly 1 million people in the U.S. being diagnosed with some form of the disease each year. Three major types of skin cancer have been recognized: melanoma, squamous cell carcinoma (SCC), and basal cell carcinoma (BCC). The latter two are grouped together under the umbrella of non-melanoma skin cancers. Unusual types of skin cancers include Merkel cell cancer and dermatofibrosarcoma protruberans.

9.1 Basal cell skin cancer

9.2 Squamous cell skin cancer

9.3 Melanoma

9.4 Biopsy

9.5 Radio therapy

Track 10: Surgical Procedures for Skin Diseases
Skin surgery is routinely performed by plastic surgeons and dermatologists, and mostly uses local anesthesia. Various types of skin surgery include: skingrafting, electrosurgery, skin biopsy (shave biopsy, punch biopsy, and incisional and excision biopsy), curettage and cautery, flaps, Wound closure, Mohs micrographic surgery, subcision, vitiligo surgery, liposuction, and cryotherapy (liquid nitrogen) to name a few.

10.1 Skin Grafting

10.2 Skin Biopsy

10.3 Wound Closure

10.4 Curettage and Cautery

10.5 Electrosurgery

10.6 Excision of Skin Lesions

10.7 Mohs Micrographic Surgery

Track 11: Trichology
Clinical trichology is a branch of medical and cosmetic science and practice, which is concerned with, the diagnosis and treatment of conditions pertaining to the human hair and scalp. Trichologists are trained to diagnose and cure these disorders and provide advice pertaining to circumventing and managing them. A lot of problems such as itching, hair loss, dryness, and scaling of the scalp can be addressed by this branch of medicine. Furthermore, trichology can also be applied to forensic sciences in order to find criminal suspects.

11.1 Traction Alopecia

11.2 Female hair loss

11.3 Male pattern hair loss

11.4 Alopecia areata

11.5 Trichotillomania

11.6 Telogen effluvium

11.7 Cicatricial Alopecia
Track 12: Plastic Surgery
Plastic surgery deals with the alteration, reconstruction, or recovery of the human body. It can be further divided into sub-categories- (1) reconstructive surgical operation and (2) cosmetic or aesthetic surgery. Whereas reconstructive surgical operation is aimed at reconstruction or recovery of a body part or its functioning, cosmetic surgery is aimed at improving the appearance. The current global market of plastic surgery is pegged at about $20 billion and is expected to rise above $27 billion by 2019.

12.1 Burn surgery

12.2 Hand surgery

12.3 Micro surgery

12.4 Paediatric plastic surgery

Track 13: Cosmetic Dermatology
Cosmetic dermatology is focused on the improving appearance of the skin, hair, and nails. This branch of is targeted to minimize the signs of aging, remove common skin flaws, reverse sun damage, and treat disfiguring skin conditions. This domain of medicine uses advanced techniques like Laser Treatment in order to rejuvenate the skin and correct common skin irregularities.

13.1 Lipo suction

13.2 Face lifts

13.3 Acne

13.4 Scars

13.5 Age spots

Track 14: Hair Transplantation
Hair transplantation is a surgical procedure that requires transplanting hairfollicles from one region of the body to another. It is primarily used to manage and treat male pattern baldness. Ongoing research in dermal papilla cells and stem-cells found in hair follicles might open the door to treating baldness through hair multiplication or hair cloning. Hair transplantation is different from skin grafting in that the grafts contain almost the entire dermis and epidermis surrounding the hair follicle, and multiple tiny grafts are transplanted as opposed to a single strip of skin.

14.1 Harvesting methods

14.2 Strip harvesting

14.3 Follicular unit extraction

14.4 Robotic hair restoration

Track 15: Psoriasis    
Psoriasis is a chronic autoimmune disorder characterized by patches of abnormal epidermis. These patches are generally itchy, pink, and scaly.  Psoriasis is of five types: erythrodermic, guttate, inverse, plaque, and pustular. Of these, plaque psoriasis makes up nearly ninety percent of the cases. Psoriasis may also be associated with health conditions such as Type 2 diabetes, cardiovascular disease, and psoriatic arthritis.

15.1 Plaque Psoriassis

15.2 Guttate Psoriasis

15.3 Pustular Psoriasis

Track 16: Contagious Skin Diseases
Many skin conditions are dangerous as they are highly contagious. These include: Athlete's foot, cold sores, genital herpes, genital warts, head lice, herpes simplex, impetigo, Molluscum contagiosum, TineaCruris, nail fungus, ringworm, scabies, and shingles. Though these conditions are treatable, they cause a lot of discomfort to the patients. The management and prevention of these conditions lies in maintaining proper hygiene.  

16.1 Athlete's foot

16.2 Scabies

16.3 Cold sores

16.4 Head lice

16.5 Nail fungus

16.6 Ringworm

Track 17:  Acne
Acne or acne vulgaris as it is also known is a skin condition that occurs when the oil from the skin and the dead skin cells clog the hair follicles. This condition is characterized by pimples, oily skin, blackheads, whiteheads, and possible scarring. Acne primarily affects areas of the skin having a high number of oil glands, such as the face, back, and the upper part of the chest. Acne is most commonly observed amongst teenagers, though it affects individuals of all ages.

17.1 Whiteheads

17.2 Blackheads

17.3 Papules

17.4 Pustules

17.5 Nobules

17.6 Cysts

Track 18: Skin Allergies
Skin irritation can be caused by a variety of factors. These include allergic reactions to medications, foods, plants (poison ivy), plant products (pollen), immune system disorders, and infections (measles or chickenpox). Skin allergies might also cause hives and angioedema. The chances of skin allergies are higher if a person suffers from eczema or inflammation in the lower legs due to poor circulation

18.1 Atopic Dermatitis

18.2 Allergic Contact Dermatitis

18.3 Urticaria (Hives)

18.4 Angioedema

18.5 Hereditary angiodema (HAE)

Track 19: Epidermolysis Bullosa
Epidermolysis Bullosa is a family of hereditary skin diseases that cause the skin to become very fragile and blister easily. There is a great deal of variation in the signs and symptoms of this condition among the affected individuals. In mild cases, the blistering may be restricted to the hands, feet, knees, and elbows. Severe cases involve widespread blistering that might lead to disfigurement, vision loss, and other serious medical problems. Three major types of Epidermolysis Bullosa have been recognized: Dystrophicepidermolysis bullosa (DEB), Epidermolysis bullosa simplex (EBS), and Junctional epidermolysis bullosa (JEB). Several variants of these three major types of EB have been recognized, each with slightly different symptoms; currently, 27 variants of the condition have been recognized, more might be identified in the future. As of today this condition is incurable, patients suffering from the disease have to endure multiple treatment courses. Some afflicted individuals also have to obtain food through a feeding tube due to blistering in the oral cavity and esophagus.

19.1 Epidermolysis bullosa simplex

19.2 Junctional epidermolysis bullosa

19.3 Dystrophic epidermolysis bullosa

Track 20: Pigmentation Diseases
Skin pigmentation disorders affect the skin color. Some pigmentation disorders only affect particular patches of skin, whereas others affect the entire body. Too much melanin makes the skin dark whereas too little melanin, makes the skin lighter. Addison's disease, Pregnancy, and sun exposure can all make the skin dark. Vitiligo, on the other hand causes patches of the skin to turn light. Albinism is a hereditary condition that affects skin color. A person with albinism may lack skin color altogether, have lighter than normal skin color, or might have patchy skin missing color in certain places.

20.1 Albinism

20.2 Melasma

20.3 Vitiligo

20.4 Hyperpigmentation

20.5 Liver spot

20.6 Dystrophy

20.7 Jaundice

Market Analysis Report

Market Analysis

The global Dermatology market is currently valued at $20.0 billion USD and is expected to grow at a CAGR of 7.73%, reaching $33.7 billion in the year 2022. Dermatological conditions are the most widespread in the world. About a third of the US population suffers from atleast one skin problem. Acne accounts for 28.7% of total dermatological therapeutic market, followed by psoriasis at 26.4%, rosacea at 14.9%, and atopic dermatitis at 9%.


Cosmetology 2018 provides a worldwide stage to worldwide systems administration and trading most recent developments in cosmetology and Trichology . This conference is the largest event held in the field of cosmetology. Cosmetology 2018  provides a prospect for the representatives to update their information in the arena of Aesthetics, plastics and Reconstructive surgery, Cosmetic Dermatology Hair Care & Transplant, Cosmetology, Trichology, Business Aesthetics and applicable fields to present their investigation at this high-class scientific event with live workspaces, talk on recent researches, debates on present trends and poster Presentations. It is a stage for experts all around the world, to meet, interact and exchange new research thoughts. The Asia-Pacific region is projected to grow at the fastest rate for the forecast period. The market in the Asia-Pacific region is growing owing to the economic growth, new technological advancements, and changes in fashion trends.



Conference Highlights:

·         The Science of Aesthetics- Surgical procedures

·         The Science of Aesthetics: Non-Surgical Procedures

·         Reconstructive Surgery

·         Skin Rejuvenation and Resurfacing

·         Trichology-Managing Hair Loss

·         Alopecia

·         Cosmetic Dermatology

·         Current Research and Advances in Trichology

·         Natural and Safer Approaches to Skin and Hair Care

·         Aesthetic Business

To Collaborate Scientific Professionals around the World

Conference Date September 17-18, 2018
Speaker Oppurtunity Day 1 Day 2
Poster Oppurtunity Available
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Warsaw, Poland
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