Welcome to the XXV International Pigment Cell Conference!
The theme of IPCC 2023 will be “Looking for translational opportunities by persevering in basic pigment cell research”. It will showcase the newest and most innovative scientific findings and techniques in the field and their application to the treatment of disorders of pigment cells. It has been one of our goals that, in addition to compiling a program of great interest to pigment cell scientists and clinicians, we also will make a special effort to attract investigators from other fields to present exciting innovative techniques, which may open new perspectives and opportunities.
|Call for abstract||20 September 2022|
|Registration form available||14 November 2022|
|Early BIrd registration deadline||15 February 2023|
|Abstract submission deadline||01 March 2023||--Extended--|
|Regular registration deadline||15 April 2023|
|Late registration deadline||30 May 2023|
|Conference beginning||30 May 2023|
Greg Barsh will be giving a lecture at the Opening Session on the 30th of May: Genetics and genomics of mammalian color patterns.
Picture: Stanford Medicine.
Professor Abdel-Malek Zalfa will offer the Closure Lecture on the 2nd of May.
Picture: UC College of Medicine
Prof. Yoko Funasaka, the IFPCS President, announces the awarded researchers:
- 2023 IFPCS Myron Gordon Award: Robert Kelsh (Bath, UK)
- 2023 IFPCS Seiji Memorial Lecture: Thomas Hornyak (Baltimore, MD, USA)
- 2023 ESPCR HS Raper Medal: Alessandra Napolitano (Naples, Italy)
- 2023 JSPCR Takeuchi Medal: Takahiro Kunisada (Gifu, Japan)
- 2023 PASPCR Aaron Lerner Award: David Fisher (Boston, MS, USA)
- 2023 PCMR Thomas B. Fitzpatrik Medal: Sang Ho Oh (Seoul, Korea)
Bizkaia Aretoa, Bilbao
This building is located in one of the most emblematic parts of Bilbao. L-shaped, it opens out onto the estuary and the Guggenheim Museum, right in the centre of Avenida Abandoibarra, between the Padre Arrupe footbridge and the bridge known as the Puente de Deusto.