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  • EPISKIN seminar

    JUNE 22 and 23, 2017


    Episkin is organizing a seminar on Safety and Efficacy applications of 3D human tissue models as alternative methods for Animal Testing.

    For more informations : http://www.episkin.com/news00010b76.asp 

  • An interview of Dr Berangere Fromy, CNRS

    An interview of Dr Berangere Fromy, CNRS

    Dr Berangere Fromy, CNRS Research Director in the Laboratory of Tissue Biology and Therapeutic Engineering of Lyon declares that "Changes in the rheological properties of the skin open very promising prospects" to the web magazine Premium Beauty News.

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  • 28th European Dermocosmetology Days

    28th European Dermocosmetology Days

    Pierre-Henri Gouyon, Researcher and Professor at the French Museum of Natural History and Agro Paris Tech opened the 28th European Dermocosmetology Days hold in Lyon on Jan. 30 and 31 and dedicated to "personalized genomics and epigenetics as a future prospect for dermocosmetology".

    see the interview (74.7 kb)

  • Journée FORMUL’TECH

    Nouveaux codes de la beauté : les clés de la formulation

    Une journée de conférences en français abordant à la fois une approche de l’activité de notre cerveau liée aux décodages sensoriels (odeurs, couleurs et toucher) et la mise en oeuvre spécifique de certaines matières premières.

    Voir le programme (104.9 kb)

    Voir le bulletin d’inscription (57.6 kb)

  • JANUARY 30 & 31 2017: 28th European Dermocosmetology Days

    JANUARY 30 & 31 2017: 28th European Dermocosmetology Days

    The 28th European Dermocosmetology Days will take place in Lyon on January 30 and 31, 2017 and will focus on "Personalized genomics and epigenetics, the future of dermocosmetology?"

    A simultaneous english translation is provided


    The innate, the acquired, the information ... the thread of life
    Pr Pierre-Henri GOUYON- Institut de Systématique, Evolution, Biodiversité – MNHN-CNRS, UMR 7205

    Ethics of personalized genomics
    Dr Catherine DEKEUWER-CARRIER- Université Lyon 3 

    Genomic and epigenomic approaches for deciphering gene circuitries involved in the control of human epidermal precursor cell immature status
    Dr Nicolas FORTUNEL– CEA

    Long non-coding RNAs control epidermal homeostasis
    Dr Markus KRETZ- Universität Regensburg

    MicroRNAs in skinhomeostasis and aging

    Epigenetics and skin/nervous system connections
    Pr Serge NATAF- CHU Lyon (Hospices Civils de Lyon), INSERM 1060 

    Epigenetic regulation of elastic fibers: from pathology to skin care
    Dr Romain DEBRET- UMR5305 (IBCP-CNRS/UCBL) / BASF Beauty Care Solutions

    Impacts of short and repeated climate change on the differentiation and matrix remodeling of a reconstructed human skin model
    Christelle GUERE – Laboratoires Clarins

    Epigenetic science: discovery of new target biomarkers involved in skin aging
    Laurie VERZEAUX – Silab

    Fighting against photo-aging by blocking the effect of small size UVB-activated non-coding RNA
    Olivier PAQUATTE– Safic Alcan / Ichimaru Pharcos

    Genomics and Bioinformatics: rocket science from biotechnology to create new efficacies in dermocosmetology?
    Bethsabée COUTAZ- Activen

    Personalized medicine and genomics: “science fiction or reality”
    Philippe BENECH- Genex

    Multi-omic approaches soon available in dermocosmetics
    Gilbert SKORSKI- Phylogene

    MicroRNAs as mediators of intercellular communication
    Gaëlle SAINT-AURET – Genel

    New advances in Chromatin and miRNA studies
    Sarantis CHLAMYDAS- Active Motif

    Epigenetics associated to environmental stresses and skin aging
    Marisa MELONI– VitroScreen

    Taking the guesswork out of skin care - a journey from the DNA lab to the consumer
    Elisabet HAGERT – Allél

    An approach for customizing skin care
    Helen KNAGGS– Nu Skin Enterprises

    Personalized genomics and how to market new dermocosmetic products
    Malena LAGERHORN – Infinigra AB

    Encapsulation strategy of "genetic materials": issues and difficulties
    Dr Giovanna LOLLO– LAGEP

    Which regulation for these new products?
    Stéphanie MOULIN (EquiTox) and Anne CHARPENTIER (Skinobs)

    How to take care of our telomeres to be healthy?
    Lydia LEDOUX- Digital Beauty®

    See the registration form (71 kb)

    See the program (517.5 kb)

  • Skinobs : the 1st web platform dedicated to in vivo efficacy cosmetics

    Skinobs.com (http://skinobs.com/index.php?lang=en) is the1st platform dedicated to in human efficacy cosmetics testing. In 2 clicks and for free, Skinobs allows cosmeticians to identify the in vivo efficacy methods and the testing laboratories suitable for any product claim. It is a comprehensive and independent tool which optimizes the development of products in terms of performance, cost, speed, and innovation. R&D managers, formulators, marketers and regulatory authorities in charge of the products or ingredients evaluation will find Skinobs a unique support that answers all their questions about skin testing: what method, what device, what CRO’s...?

    Skinobs. News (http://skinobs.com/news/en/) is the 1st market and technology intelligence tool for cosmetic testing (available from 2015), covering topics linking chemical analysis, toxicology,tolerance, in vitro and in vivo efficacy, use tests and sensory tests.

  • June 7: Scientific seminar on the 3D SKin printing

    June 7: Scientific seminar on the 3D SKin printing

    The Centre Européen de Dermocosmétologie and the SFBMEc (French Society of Extracellular Matrix Biology) are organizing a scientific seminar on the 3D Skin print (Tuesday June, 7 from 9am to 5pm)


    Tissue engineered skin as a challenging step toward successful 3D Printing?
    Laure GIBOT (IPBS-CNRS UMR5089 - Toulouse)

    Bioprinting of skin models
    Fabien GUILLEMOT (Poietis - Pessac)

    3D sensitive skin
    Colin MC GUCKIN (CTI Biotech - Meyzieu)

    Recent developments of Electrospun Nanofibers as 3D Scaffolds for Skin Tissue Engineering
    Frédéric BOSSARD (Université Joseph Fourier – Grenoble)

    Nanofibrillar scaffolds for tissue engineering and skin repair
    Alain COLIGE (Laboratoire de Biologie des Tissus Conjonctifs - Université de Liège, Belgique)

    Biomaterials & hydrogels 
    Latifa DAHRI CORREIA (Ayawane – Lyon)

    3D Fab: Skin substitutes thanks to the contribution of the 3D bio printing
    Christophe MARQUETTE (CNRS / Université de Lyon)

    Human Skin Bioprinting using Scaffold free Approach
    Amélie THEPOT (LabSkin Creations - Lyon)

    See the program (135.6 kb)

    See the registration form (67.2 kb)

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