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Aims of the European Society of Contact Dermatitis

The purpose of the ESCD is to promote interest, stimulate research, and disseminate information on all aspects of contact dermatitis and other environmental and occupational skin diseases.

To this end the ESCD arranges congresses covering its entire field every other year and supports symposia or conferences confined to themes of special interest.

"Contact Dermatitis" is the main journal of the ESCD for publication of clinical and scientific reports. The society also issues a periodic Newsletter for the benefit of the members.

Address: Thibautstr 3, Heidelberg 69115, Germany

Registration number: VR3405


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There is currently a problem with the integration between the ESCD site and that of Barclaycard. We're trying to get this resolved asap. In the meantime, we're grateful for your patience.

ESCD Research Grant 2014
The society is suporting a further small research grant this year. Applications to the secretary by 31st December 2014. Further information can be found by clicking here

Congress 2014 June 25-28: Barcelona, Spain

 

                          www.escd2014.com                                                                    

 

ESCD Congress 2016 September 14-17: Manchester, UK

European Photopatch test baseline series published
Details in the working parties tab for the photopatch test group

Methylisothiazolinone
The ESCD has written to the EU about the increasing incidence of contact allergy to this preservative and the reply can be found in the members only area.

Patch testing - test concentrations and vehicles for 4350 chemicals 3rd ed 2008 AC de Groot Publishing
an update to the book 2008-12 is available and gives details of testing a limited number of additional allergens. It also serves to give a taster to the content of the whole volume. Information under the education tab.

2012

ESCD Grant

Prof Magnus Bruze on behalf of the EECDRG, received this second Research Grant for a project entitled “Patch testing with disperse dyes in a textile dye mix”

ESCD Sponsored website

Career advice for those with skin disease is available from http://www.workhealthy.se/ sponsored by the ESCD and the Karolinska Institute, Sweden.

 

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