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10th World Congress for Hair Research

DAY 1

DAY1

(Tuesday, October 31) Annex Hall 2

13:30-16:30

Learning Course for Residents and Beginners

DAY 2

Chair: Shigeki INUI (Osaka University Graduate School of Medicine, Japan) Co-chairs: Taisuke ITO (Hamamatsu University School of Medicine, Japan) Yutaka SHIMOMURA (Yamaguchi University Graduate School of Medicine, Japan)



Structure of the hair follicle: It is beautiful, but a little bit complicated

LC-1

Yutaka SHIMOMURA

Yamaguchi University Graduate School of Medicine, Japan

Genetic regulators of hair follicle development and cycling

LC-2

DAY 3

Claire HIGGINS

Imperial College London, United Kingdom

Alopecia areata

LC-3

Taisuke ITO

Hamamatsu University School of Medicine, Japan

Primary cicatricial alopecias (PCA)

DAY 4

LC-4

Matthew HARRIES

The University of Manchester, Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust, Manchester, United Kingdom

Congenital hair disorders

LC-5

Mazen KURBAN

Poster

American University of Beirut, Lebanon

Update on the post-finasteride controversy

LC-6

Kenneth WASHENIK

New York University School of Medicine, United States

 tyling without shedding: Novel topical formula reduces hair shedding by S contracting the arrector pili muscle

LC-7

Andy GOREN

Room C-1

Annex Hall 2

University of Rome (“G. Marconi”), Italy

16:30-17:00

Coffee Break

17:00-17:40

Opening Ceremony

Moderators: Hideoki OGAWA, Ryoji TSUBOI, Satoshi ITAMI, Manabu OHYAMA

17:40-18:10

Special Lecture

Chair: Kensei KATSUOKA (Emeritus professor, Kitasato University, Japan)

SL

Cultural history of the Japanese hair style Rieko OHARA

Sodoreihou Kimono College, Japan

Annex Hall 1

Room C-2

Annex Hall 1 18:30-20:00

Welcome Reception

Program

DAY2

(Wednesday, November 1)

9:00-10:30

Concurrent Session 1

DAY 1

Annex Hall 2

Stem Cells and the Niche United States) Keynote Speaker

CS1-1

Reciprocal interactions between epidermal stem cells and their environment

DAY 2

Chair: Emi K. NISHIMURA (Tokyo Medical and Dental University, Japan) Co-chairs: Mayumi ITO (The Ronald O. Perelman, New York University School of Medicine, United States) George COTSARELIS (Milton B. Hartzell Professor and Chairman, University of Pennsylvania, Perelman School of Medicine,

Hironobu FUJIWARA

RIKEN Center for Developmental Biology, Japan

Would healing and hair follicle regeneration Mayumi ITO

The Ronald O. Perelman Department of Dermatology, Department of Cell Biology, United States

CS1-3

 egulation of the hair follicle stem cell niche during hair growth, pigmentation R and ageing A*Star Institute of Medical Biology, Singapore

Coffee Break

10:40-11:40

Plenary Session 1

Chair: Ryoji TSUBOI (Tokyo Medical University, Japan) Co-chairs: Maria HORDINSKY (University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States) Abraham ZLOTOGORSKI (Hadassah-Hebrew University Medical Center, Israel)

Poster

Clinical

PS1-1

DAY 4

Carlos CLAVEL

10:30-10:40

DAY 3

CS1-2

The role of sunscreen and facial skin care products in frontal fibrosing alopecia William C. CRANWELL

Sinclair Dermatology, Victoria, Australia

 linical evaluation of FGF5 inhibiting formulations for the treatment of hair loss C in women and men Dominic BURG

Cellmid Limited, Australia

PS1-3

Folliculitis decalvans: A clinicopathological study of thirty-two cases

Annex Hall 2

PS1-2

Masaki UCHIYAMA PS1-4

 omparison of the treatment outcome of oral tofacitinib with other conventional C therapies in extensive refractory alopecia areata Jung Won SHIN

Room C-1

Tokyo Medical University, Japan

Seoul National University Bundang Hospital, Korea

PS1-5

Curtis T. THOMPSON

Oregon Health & Sciences University, United States

11:40-12:05

Abraham ZLOTOGORSKI (President of European Hair Research Society, Hadassah-Hebrew University Medical Center, Israel)

Annex Hall 1

Chair:

EHRS John Ebling Award

Room C-2

 lopecia areata like pattern: A histopathological pitfall in both diffuse and A patchy alopecia

10th World Congress for Hair Research

DAY 1

12:15-13:15

Luncheon Seminar 1 Sponsored by Aderans Company Limited

Chair: Satoshi ITAMI (Osaka University Graduate School of Medicine, Japan) Co-chair: Valerie RANDALL (Centre for Skin Sciences, University of Bradford, United Kingdom) LS1-1

Prostaglandins and androgenetic alopecia George COTSARELIS

DAY 2

University of Pennsylvania, United States

LS1-2

 evisiting the Warburg effect and the importance of hair follicle metabolism in R health and disease Mike PHILPOTT

13:20-14:30

Keynote Lecture 1

Chair: Hideoki OGAWA (CEO Juntendo University, Japan) Co-chairs: Won Soo LEE (Department of Dermatology, Yonsei Wonju University, Korea) Rodney D. SINCLAIR (University of Melbourne, Epworth Hospital and Sinclair Dermatology, Australia) KL1-1

DAY 4

DAY 3

Centre for Cell Biology and Cutaneous Research, Blizard Institute Barts and The London School of medicine and Dentistry, Queen Mary College London, United Kingdom

 issecting the hair follicle dermal stem cell lineage towards understanding their D role in hair growth and hair loss Jeff BIERNASKIE

University of Calgary, Canada

KL1-2

Stem cells orchestrate hair follicle aging program

Poster

Emi K. NISHIMURA

Tokyo Medical and Dental University, Japan

14:30-16:00

Concurrent Session 2

Androgenetic Alopecia Annex Hall 2

Chair: Shigeki INUI (Osaka University Graduate School of Medicine, Japan) Co-chairs: Gwang Seong CHOI (Department of Dermatology, Inha University College of Medicine, Korea) Annika VOGT (Clinical Research Center for Hari and Skin Science, Department of Dermatology, Charite-University Medicine Berlin, Germany)

Keynote Speaker

CS2-1

Exploring andrologen signaling axis in androgenetic alopecia Shigeki INUI

Osaka University Graduate School of Medicine, Japan

CS2-2

Recent update on the treatment of androgenetic alopecia

Room C-1

Gwang Seong CHOI Inha University, Korea

CS2-3

Ramon GRIMALT

Universitat Internacional de Catalunya, Spain

CS2-4

Room C-2

Post-finasteride syndrome  roteomic analysis in dermal papilla (DP) from male androgenetic alopecia (AGA) P after treatment with low level laser therapy Ratchathorn PANCHAPRATEEP

Chulalongkorn University, King Chulalongkorn Memorial Hospital, Thailand

CS2-5

 opical application of siRNA against androgen receptor for treatment of T androgenic alopecia and female pattern of hair loss Elena FEINSTEIN

Annex Hall 1

Quark Pharmaceuticals, United States

CS2-6

 ong-term efficacy of finasteride in 801 Japanese men with androgenetic L alopecia Toshihiro YOSHITAKE

Kitasato University School of Medicine, Japan

Program

16:10-17:10

Afternoon Seminar DAY 1

Sponsored by MSD K.K.

Up to Date of Hair Science

Chair: Taisuke ITO (Hamamatsu University School of Medicine, Japan)

Strategies to promote vellus-to-terminal reconversion: Concepts & perspectives

AS-1

University of Manchester, United Kingdom

Ten-year efficacy of finasteride in 105 Japanese men with androgenetic alopecia

AS-2

Akio SATO

DAY 2

Ralf PAUS

Department of Regenerative Plastic Surgery, Kitasato University School of Medicine, Japan

Room C-1

DAY 3

9:00-10:30

Concurrent Session 3

Alopecia Areata (Research)

Chair: Taisuke ITO (Hamamatsu University School of Medicine, Japan) Co-chairs: Yuval RAMOT (Center for Genetic Diseases of the Skin and Hair, Hadassah-Hebrew University Medical Center Jerusalem, Bianca Maria PIRACCINI (University of Bologna, Italy)

CS3-1

 reclinical evaluation of new therapies for alopecia areata using P cell-transferred C3H/HeJ mouse model

DAY 4

Israel)



Eddy Hsi Chun WANG

Columbia University, United States

CS3-2

 CR analysis of single human intralesional CD8+ T-cells as first step towards T the identification of pathogenic antigen(s) in alopecia areata Marta BERTOLINI

Poster

Keynote Speaker

University of Muenster, Germany

CS3-3

 esident dermal γδ1+T-cells operate as autoimmunity-promoting stressR sentinels in human skin: Relevance for alopecia areata Youhei UCHIDA

CS3-4

Identification of autoantigens in the mouse model of alopecia areata Christina I. TEJEDA

Columbia College of Physicians and Surgeons, United States

CS3-5

 lopecia density and extent (ALODEX) score, a method for the assessment of A hair loss in alopecia areata

Room C-1

Elise A. OLSEN

Duke University Medical Center, United States

10:30-10:40

Coffee Break

12:15-13:15

Luncheon Seminar 2

Chair: Luis A. GARZA (Johns Hopkins University, United States)

Dandruff and seborrheic dermatitis: Distinct causes for concern?

Room C-2

Sponsored by Unilever

Exploring Dandruff & Scalp Health: A Comprehensive Approach LS2-1

Annex Hall 2

University of Muenster, Germany

Luis A. GARZA

LS2-2

Microbes and dandruff: Emerging understanding Cheri CHU

Unilever R&D Shanghai, China

LS2-3

Technical approaches to controlling dandruff Luisa COLLINS

Unilever R&D Port Sunlight, United Kingdom

Annex Hall 1

Johns Hopkins University, United States

10th World Congress for Hair Research

DAY 1

14:30-16:00

Hair Follicle Morphology and Cosmetology

Chair: Jiro KISHIMOTO (Shiseido Global Innovation Center Regenerative Medicine Research, Japan) Co-chairs: Ohsang KWON (​Department of Dermatology, Seoul National University College of Medicine, Korea) Leslie JONES (​University of Melbourne, Department of Medicine, St. Vinsent's Hospital, Melbourne, Australia)

Keynote Speaker

DAY 2

Concurrent Session 4

CS4-1

Hair cosmetics and ethnicity: Unveiling the secrets Maria Fernanda R. GAVAZZONI

Universidade Federal Fluminense, Brazil

CS4-2

 haracteristic structure of curved human hair and technology to relax the C curved hair shape Shinobu NAGASE

DAY 3

Kao Corporation, Japan

CS4-3

Hair in different ethnicities

Norma Elizabeth VAZQUEZ-HERRERA Tecnologico de Monterrey, Mexico

CS4-4

What kind of surface property is felt as damaged hairs?

DAY 4

Minori KAKIZAWA

Shiseido Co., Ltd., Japan

CS4-5

Nutraceutical promoters of autophagy prolongs human hair growth ex vivo Benedetto GRIMALDI

Istituto Italiano Di Tecnologia, Italy

Poster

CS4-6

 harmaceutical action of arachidonate 12-lipoxygenase inhibitors on S100A3 P citrullination in human hair cuticles Kenji KIZAWA

Biological Science Research Laboratory, Kao Corporation, Japan

16:10-17:10

Sponsored Seminar

Annex Hall 2

Wig Service in Japan

Sponsored by Aderans Company Limited / Artnature Inc.

Chair: Shigeki INUI (Osaka University Graduate School of Medicine, Japan) Co-chair: Yutaka NARISAWA (Saga University, Japan) SS-1

 ig for psychosocial quality of life of hair loss patients: Questionnaire-based W evidence Shigeki INUI

Room C-1

Osaka University Graduate School of Medicine, Japan

SS-2

 n the advanced nature of Japanese hair industry and superiority of products / O services Atsumori HIRAI

Artnature Inc., Japan

SS-3

Technologies of totally custom made wigs Yuji HIRAHARA

Room C-2

Aderans Co., Ltd., Japan

Room C-2 9:00-10:30

Concurrent Session 5

Annex Hall 1

Hair Transplantation Visiting Old, Learn New Chair: Akio SATO (Tokyo Memorial Clinic Hirayama, Japan) Co-chairs: Yoshinori ISHII (Omiya Skin Clinic, Japan) Masahisa NAGAI (Renaissance Clinic Fukuoka, Japan) CS5-1

Significant clinical factors related to unexpected wide surgical strip scar Hyo KANG

Miracle Hair Restoration Clinic, Korea

Program

CS5-2

Hair transplantation in China Wen Yu WU

CS5-3

Consideration on FUE megasession for East Asian Young Geun RYU

DAY 1

Huashan Hospital, FuDan University, China

Forhair Clinic Seoul, Korea

CS5-4

The art of hair restoration La Jolla Hair Restoration Medical Center, United States

Keynote Speaker

CS5-5

 new approach to hair cell therapy: Combining medical and scientific A innovation in hair ‘cloning’

DAY 2

Timothy P. CARMAN

Bessam FARJO

Farjo Hair Institute, United Kingdom

Nagai method state of the art technique beyond limits Masahisa NAGAI

Renaissance Clinic Fukuoka, Japan

Coffee Break

12:15-13:15

Luncheon Seminar 2 (Relay)

14:30-16:30

Concurrent Session 6

DAY 4

10:30-10:40

DAY 3

CS5-6

Hair Transplantation

Plastic Surgery), AICPE, Italy) Keynote Speaker

CS6-1

Poster

14:30-15:30 Chair: Kuniyoshi YAGYU (Kioicho Clinic, Japan) Co-chairs: Andrea MARLIANI (University of Firenze, Italy) Piero TESAURO (ISHRS member, Incoming President SITRI (Italian Society of Hair Science), SICPRE (Italian Society of

Hair transplant and therapy: How and when can this combination work? Piero TESAURO

Private Practice, Italy

Emerging therapies in the treatment of androgenetic alopecia Kenneth WASHENIK

New York University School of Medicine, United States

CS6-3

The hair clock, or (to put it another way) why is hair growth cyclical? Andrea MARLIANI

University of Florence, Italy

Keynote Speaker

CS6-4

 ricoanalisis or microscopy in polarized light T new perspectives for the study of the hair

Room C-1

15:30-16:30 Chair: Kenneth WASHENIK (New York University School of Medicine, United States) Co-chair: Robert LEONARD, JR. (Leonard Hair Transplant Associates, United States)

Annex Hall 2

CS6-2

Gaetano AGOSTINACCHIO

Studio Medico Dermatologico Agostinacchio, Italy

WITHDRAWN

CS6-6

 tyling without shedding: Novel topical formula reduces hair shedding by S contracting the arrector pili muscle Andy O. GOREN

Room C-2

CS6-5

University of Rome ("G. Marconi"), United States

 icatricial alopecia secondary to dermatoses: Is it appropriate to treat C surgically? Nilofer FARJO

Farjo Hair Institute, United Kingdom

Annex Hall 1

CS6-7

10th World Congress for Hair Research

DAY 1

DAY3

(Thursday, November 2) Annex Hall 2

Morning Seminar 1

7:50-8:50

Sponsored by P&G

DAY 2

Chair: John GRAY (P&G, Beauty, South Africa) Co-chair: Jeni THOMAS (P&G, Hair Care, United States)

MS1-1

 air fiber “quality of life” from scalp to tips: New insights & treatment strategies H for pre- and post-emergent hair

Jennifer M. MARSH, Jim R. SCHWARTZ

DAY 4

DAY 3

The Procter & Gamble Company, Cincinnati, Ohio, United States

MS1-2

Global view on extrinsic and intrinsic factors affecting hair fiber quality of life

Ralph M. TRÜEB

Center for Dermatology and Hair Diseases, and University of Zurich, Wallisellen (Zurich), Switzerland

9:00-10:30

Concurrent Session 7

Scarring Alopecia

Chair: Kazutoshi HARADA (Tokyo Medical University, Japan) Co-chairs: Andrew MESSENGER (University of Sheffield, United Kingdom) Jerry SHAPIRO (New York University School of Medicine, United States)

Keynote Speaker

CS7-1

Treatment of Cicatricial Alopecias

Poster

Jerry SHAPIRO

New York University School of Medicine, United States CS7-2  Treatment of Cicatricial Alopecia

Wilma F. BERGFELD

Cleveland Clinic Foundation, United States

CS7-3

Frontal fibrosing alopecia: Is there an environmental cause?

Andrew G. MESSENGER

Annex Hall 2

University of Sheffield, United Kingdom

CS7-4

 istopathological findings in affected and unaffected scalp areas of lichen H planopilaris and frontal fibrosing alopecia

Isabella DOCHE

University of Sao Paulo, Brazil CS7-5  Dissecting

cellulitis of the scalp: A case series in Taiwan and discussion on the pathogenesis

Room C-2

Room C-1

Chao Chun YANG

National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan

10:30-10:50

Coffee Break

10:50-11:30

Keynote Lecture 2

Chair: Wilma F. BERGFELD (Cleveland Clinic Foundation, United States) Co-chair: Jianzhong ZHANG (Department of Dermatology Peking University People's Hospital Chinese Society of Dermatology, China) KL2-1  Toward the treatment of permanent chemotherapy-induced alopecia

Ohsang KWON

Annex Hall 1

Seoul National University College of Medicine, Korea

Program

11:40-12:40

Luncheon Seminar 3 DAY 1

Sponsored by Shiseido

Hair Follicle Regeneration, "Basic and Clinical Translation" Chair: Shiro NIIYAMA (Department of Dermatology Toho University Ohashi Medical Center, Japan) Co-chair: Jiro KISHIMOTO (Global Innovation Center, Shiseido Co., Ltd., Japan) LS3-1

Claire A. HIGGINS

Department of Bioengineering, Imperial College London, United Kingdom

LS3-2

 utologous cell-based therapy for hair loss using Dermal Sheath Cup Cells A (DSCC). Basic concept and clinical research study in Japan

DAY 2

Integrated omics approaches to understand dermal papilla inductivity

Jiro KISHIMOTO

Global Innovation Center, Shiseido Co., Ltd., Japan

DAY 3

12:50-13:50

Plenary Session 2

Research

PS2-1

Optical imaging for diagnostic indices in alopecia areata Jessica LIN

DAY 4

Chair: Satoshi ITAMI (Osaka University Graduate School of Medicine, Japan) Co-chairs: George COTSARELIS (University of Pennsylvania, Perelman school of Medicine, United States) Ulrike BLUME-PEYTAVI (Department of Dermatology and Allergy, Charite Universitats Medicin Berlin, Germany)

University of California, Irvine, United States

 fter skin wounding, noncoding dsRNA coordinates prostaglandins and Wnts A to promote regeneration Luis A. GARZA

Johns Hopkins University, United States

PS2-3

Poster

PS2-2

 linical and biometrological characterisation of female hair ageing: Monocentric, C comparative study in young and elderly not alopecic women Valerie MENGEAUD

Pierre Fabre Dermo cosmetique, France

 air follicles engage in chemosensation: Olfactory receptor OR2AT4 regulates H human hair growth Jeremy CHERET

Monasterium Laboratory, Germany

PS2-5

Three dimensional ultrastructural analysis of hair follicle dermal sheath cells

Annex Hall 2

PS2-4

Haruyo YAMANISHI

Shiseido Global Innovation Center, Japan

Concurrent Session 8 

Hair Anti-Aging

Sponsored by P&G

Keynote Speaker

CS8-1

Medical and cosmetic treatments for aging male and female hair Ralph M. TRÜEB

Room C-2

Chair: Sotaro KURATA (Beppu Garden-Hill Clinic, Japan) Co-chairs: Ralph M. TRÜEB (Center for Dermatology and Hair Disease University of Zurich, Switzerland) Won-Soo LEE (Department of Dermatology, Yonsei Wonju University, Korea)

Room C-1

14:00-15:30

Center for Dermatology and Hair Disease University of Zurich, Switzerland

Emi K. NISHIMURA

Tokyo Medical and Dental University, Japan

CS8-3

Key quest and strategy for anti-hair aging and anti-hair shaft aging Won Soo LEE

Yonsei Wonju University, Korea

15:30-15:50

Coffee Break

Annex Hall 1

CS8-2  The mechanism of aging-associated hair graying and hair thinning: toward the discovery of pharmacological targets

10th World Congress for Hair Research

DAY 1

15:50-17:30

Concurrent Session 11  Sponsored by Aderans Company Limited

New Horizon of Hair Disease Management and Research

DAY 2

Chair: Sotaro KURATA (Beppu Garden-Hill Clinic, Japan) Co-chairs: Kenneth WASHENIK (New York University School of Medicine, United States) Yuliya OVCHARENKO (V. N. Karazin Kharkiv National University; Institute of Trichology, Ukraine)

Keynote Speaker

CS11-1  Hair follicle transit amplifying cells exhibit stem cell-like properties for regeneration after chemo- and radio-therapeutic injury

Sung Jan LIN

National Taiwan University, Taiwan

of anagen by red LED possiblly through paracrine mediators for dermal papilla

DAY 3

CS11-2  Elongation

Shigeki INUI

Osaka University Graduate School of Medicine, Japan CS11-3  Development

of new treatment for chemotherapy induced alopecia - basic and clinical study -

Masafumi INOMATA

DAY 4

Oita University Faculty of Medicine, Japan CS11-4  Incidence of permanent chemotherapy-induced alopecia among breast cancer patients: A five-year prospective cohort study

Danbee KANG

Center for Clinical Epidemiology, Samsung Medical Center, Sungkyunkwan University School of Medicine, Korea

Poster

CS11-5  Retrospective review of triggers, demographics, and stress of patients diagnosed with telogen effluvium at a specialty alopecia clinic

Martina PORTER

Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, United States

CS11-6

 ext generation drug delivery systemsN which parameters are associated with improved penetration in hair follicles? Annika VOGT

Annex Hall 2

Charite-University Medicine Berlin, Germany

CS11-7

Maria A. MARTINEZ

Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico, Mexico

Room C-1

Room C-1

9:00-10:30

Concurrent Session 9

Stem Cell and Tissue Engineering

Chair: Yasuyuki AMOH (Kitasato University School of Medicine, Japan) Co-chairs: Robert M. HOFFMAN (AntiCancer inc. University of California San Diego, United States) Shigaku IKEDA (Juntendo University Graduate School of Medicine, Japan)

Keynote Speaker

Room C-2

OCT in inflammatory scalp deseases

CS9-1

Hair follicle-associated-pluripotent (HAP) stem cells Robert M. HOFFMAN

AntiCancer Inc. University of California San Diego, United States

CS9-2

Mesenchymal niche regulated regional epithelial regeneration Ting CHEN

National Institute of Biological Sciences, Beijing, China

Annex Hall 1

CS9-3  Self-organization

Mingxing LEI

of skin organoid with hair primordia formation in vitro

University of Southern California, United States

CS9-4

Implanted HAP stem cells encapsulated in polyvinylidene fluoride membrane cylinders promote effective recovery of peripheral nerve injury

Koya OBARA

Kitasato University School of Medicine, Japan

Program

CS9-5

 unctional validation of candidate trichogenes identified from 3D-cultured F human dermal papilla cells

DAY 1

Young K. SUNG

Kyungpook National University, Korea

10:30-10:50

Coffee Break

11:40-12:40

Luncheon Seminar 4  DAY 2

Management of Androgenetic Alopecia

Sponsored by Taisho Pharmaceutical Co., Ltd. Taisho Toyama Pharmaceutical Co., Ltd.

Chairs: Seiji ARASE (Emeritus, Tokushima University, Japan) Xingqi ZHANG (The First Affiliated Hospital of Sun Yat-sen University, China)

 owards improved treatment options for androgenetic alopecia (AGA): T From PRP to a novel humanized mouse model of AGA Amos GILHAR

DAY 3

LS4-1

Technion Israel Institute, Israel

LS4-2

Non-responders to oral medications in AGA Seoul National University Bundang Hospital, Korea

14:00-15:30

Concurrent Session 10

DAY 4

Chang Hun HUH

Diagnostic Techniques: Trichoscopy and Beyond

Keynote Speaker

CS10-1

Trichoscopy: An update

Poster

Chair: Manabu OHYAMA (Kyorin University School of Medicine, Japan) Co-chairs: Chang Hun HUH (Seoul National University Bundang Hospital, Korea) Antonella TOSTI (Miller School of Medicine, University of Miami, United States)

Antonella TOSTI

University of Miami, United States

CS10-2

Misaki KINOSHITA-ISE

Kyorin University School of Medicine, Japan

CS10-3

Casts and pseudocasts Isabella DOCHE

Annex Hall 2

 ow to make full use of trichoscopy in practice?: Introduction of the diagnostic H flow chart and tips to enhance the diagnostic accuracy

University of Sao Paulo, Brazil

 air fungal infection: Precise diagnosis and therapeutic effect evaluation by H dermoscopy and fluorescent staining Yuping RAN

Sichuan University, Chengdu, China

CS10-5

Follicular map - a novel approach to quantitative trichoscopy

Room C-1

CS10-4

Michal KASPRZAK TrichoLAB, Poland

Optical coherence tomography for the investigation of frontal fibrosing alopecia

Norma Elizabeth VAZQUEZ-HERRERA Tecnologico de Monterrey, Mexico

15:30-15:50

Room C-2

CS10-6

Coffee Break Annex Hall 1

10th World Congress for Hair Research

DAY 1

15:50-17:30

"Frontiers from the World" - Selected Presentations

Chair: Weixin FAN (First Affiliated Hospital of Nanjing Medical University (Jiangsu Province Hospital), China) Co-chairs: Ramon GRIMALT (Universitat Internacional de Catalunya UIC-Barcelona, Barcelona, Spain) Daniel ASZ-SIGALL (Onco-Dermatology Clinic, National University of Mexico, Mexico) Juan FERRANDO (Hospital Clínic and Barcelona University Medical School, Barcelona, Spain) SP-1

The clinical presentation of acute telogen effluvium

DAY 2

Xingqi ZHANG

The First Affiliated Hospital of Sun Yat-sen University, Guangzhou, China

SP-2

Trichoscopy of pigmented scalp Fernanda TORRES

Dermatology in Private Practice, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

SP-3

What´s new in frontal fibrosing alopecia

DAY 3

Sergio VANO-GALVAN

Ramon y Cajal Hospital, University Hospital, Madrid, Spain University of Alcala, Spain

SP-4

 air follicle transplantation for the treatment of scalp of the linear scleroderma H on the scalp- a case report Weixin FAN

DAY 4

First Affiliated Hospital of Nanjing Medical University (Jiangsu Province Hospital), China



SP-5

Frontal fibrosing alopecia vs lichen planopilaris in Singapore

Joyce S.S. LEE

National Skin Centre, Singapore

Poster

SP-6

 acial papules in frontal fibrosing alopecia: Beyond vellus hair follicle F involvement Rodrigo PIRMEZ

Santa Casa da Misericórdia do Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

SP-7

Infections and infestations of the scalp Daniel ASZ-SIGALL

National University of Mexico, Mexico

Annex Hall 2

Room C-2 9:00-10:30

Hair Diseases, Endocrinology and Metabolism

Chair: Motonobu NAKAMURA (University of Occupational and Environmental Health, Japan) Co-chairs: Ralf PAUS (The Centre for Dermatology Research, Institute for Inflammation and Repair, University of Manchester, United

Room C-1

Concurrent Session 12

Keynote Speaker

Kingdom)

Leona YIP (Consultant Dermatologist, Barton Specialist Centre, Australia)

CS12-1  Human diseases and mouse models

Motonobu NAKAMURA

University of Occupational and Environmental Health, Japan

CS12-2

 he hair follicle as a chemosensory organ: Exploring the role of olfactory T receptors in human hair biology

Room C-2

Ralf PAUS

The Centre for Dermatology Research, Institute for Inflammation and Repair, University of Manchester, United Kingdom

CS12-3

 fficacy of a nutritional supplement, standardized in fatty acids and E phytosterols, on hair loss and hair health in both women and men

Federica ZANZOTTERA

Annex Hall 1

ROELMI HPC, Italy CS12-4  Reversal of the hair loss phenotype by modulating the estradiol-ANGPT2 axis in the mouse model of female pattern hair loss

Yujiro ENDO

Lion corporation, Japan

CS12-5

 case of cantu syndrome, a congenital hypertrichosis with the similar condition A to minoxidil use Kentaro OHKO

Kochi Medical School, Kochi University, Japan

Program

CS12-6

 ssociation analysis between female pattern hair loss and iron deficiency in A adults Peking Union Medical College Hospital, China

10:30-10:50

Coffee Break

14:00-15:30

Concurrent Session 13

Chair: Kotaro YOSHIMURA (Jichi Medical University, Japan) Co-chairs: Sung Jan LIN (Institute of Biomedical Engineering, National Taiwan University, Taiwan) Luis A. GARZA (Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, United States) CS13-1

Chia-Ching WU

National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan

CS13-2

Inflammatory factors in hair follicle regeneration

DAY 3

Assembling of layer-by-layer dermal papilla spheres for hair follicle induction

DAY 2

Hair and Regenerative Medicine

Keynote Speaker

DAY 1

Lanqin FU

Yaojiong WU

Tsinghua University, China

CWL080061, a novel Wnt signaling activator, in hair regeneration Joo Young CHA

Drug Discovery Center, JW Pharmaceutical Co, Seoul, Korea

CS13-4

DAY 4

CS13-3

The role of hair follicles in dermal remodelling and scar reduction Magdalena PLOTCZYK

Imperial College London, United Kingdom

Influences of oxygen tension in expansion culture of human dermal papilla/ sheath cells on hair regeneration Koji KANAYAMA

Poster

CS13-5

University of Tokyo, Japan

15:30-15:50

Coffee Break

Concurrent Session 14

Alopecia Areata (Clinical)

Chair: Norimitsu SAITO (Yokohama Rosai Hospital, Japan) Co-chairs: Amos GILHAR (Skin Research Laboratory,Technion Israel Institute, Israel) Woo Young SIM (Kyung Hee University, Korea) CS14-1

Future therapies for alopecia areata Amos GILHAR

Technion Israel Institute, Haifa, Israel

CS14-2

Therapeutic response to various treatment for alopecia areata Norimitsu SAITO

Room C-1

Keynote Speaker

Annex Hall 2

15:50-17:20

Yokohama Rosai Hospital, Japan

CS14-3

Wilma F. BERGFELD

Cleveland Clinic Foundation, Cleveland, Ohio, United States

CS14-4

Effectiveness of tofacitinib for alopecia areata

Room C-2

 reatment of pediatric alopecia areata with anthralin: A retrospective review of T 37 cases

Woo Young SIM

Kyung Hee University Hospital at Gang-dong, Korea

 reatment of alopecia areata with the topical janus kinase inhibitor, tofacitinib T 2% ointment: A pilot study of 10 patients Brett KING

Yale University School of Medicine, United States

Annex Hall 1

CS14-5

10th World Congress for Hair Research

(Friday, November 3) Annex Hall 2

Morning Seminar 2

7:50-8:50

Epithelial-mesenchymal Interaction in Hair Follicle Development and Regeneration

Sponsored by Kao Corporation

Chairs:

Motomu MANABE (Akita University Graduate School of Medicine, Japan) Mike PHILPOTT (Centre for Cell Biology and Cutaneous Research, Bilzard Institute, Barts and The London, United Kingdom)

MS2-1

 asic study to clinical phase, a fully functional organ regenerative therapy for B hair follicle Koh-ei TOYOSHIMA

DAY 3

DAY 2

DAY 1

DAY4

RIKEN Center for Developmental Biology, Japan

MS2-2

Mesenchymal niche control of hair follicle formation, growth and regeneration Michael RENDL

DAY 4

Principal Investigator, The Black Family Stem Cell Institute; Department of Cell, Developmental and Regenerative Biology; Department of Dermatology; Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences; Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, NY, United States

9:00-10:30

Concurrent Session 15

Female Pattern Hair Loss Poster

Chair: Rie UEKI (Juntendo Tokyo Koto Geriatric Medical Center, Juntendo University Faculty of Medicine, Japan) Co-chair: Rodney D. SINCLAIR (University of Melbourne, Epworth Hospital and Sinclair Dermatology, Australia) CS15-1

Female pattern hair loss: Evaluation and diagnosis Elise A. OLSEN

Duke University Medical Center, United States Keynote Speaker

CS15-2

Treatment of female pattern hair loss Rodney D. SINCLAIR

Annex Hall 2

University of Melbourne and the Epworth Hospital, Australia

CS15-3

The characteristics of female pattern hair loss Shuxia YANG

Peking University First Hospital, China

CS15-4

Prevalence of hair shedding among women Andy O. GOREN

Room C-1

University of Rome ("G. Marconi"), United States

CS15-5

Byung Cheol PARK

Dankook University Hospital, Korea

Room C-2

10:30-11:15

Annex Hall 1

 omprehensive transcriptome profiling of balding and non-balding scalps in C female pattern hair loss using next generation sequencing

Coffee Break

11:15-12:15

Luncheon Seminar 5 Sponsored by GlaxoSmithKline

Chairs: Gary ONG (Stiefel, a GSK Company, Singapore) Manabu OHYAMA (Kyorin University School of Medicine, Japan) Panelists: Bernadette ARCILLA (Stiefel, a GSK Company, Philippine) Gary ONG (Stiefel, a GSK Company, Singapore) Manabu OHYAMA (Kyorin University School of Medicine, Japan) Shigeki INUI (Department of Regenerative Dermatology, Osaka University, Japan) LS5

Meeting patient and physician treatment expectations in androgenetic alopecia Gary ONG1), Bernadette ARCILLA2) 1) Stiefel, a GSK Company, Singapore 2) Stiefel, a GSK Company, Philippine

13:00-13:15

Closing Ceremony

Program

Room C-1

Concurrent Session 16

Hair Follicle Biology

DAY 1

9:00-10:30

Chair: Takashi MATSUZAKI (Shimane University, Japan) Co-chairs: Mike PHILPOTT (Centre for Cell Biology and Cutaneous Research Bilzard Institute, Barts and The London School of

Keynote Speaker

CS16-1

Medicine and Dentistry Queen Mary University London, United Kingdom)

Gill WESTGATE (Center for Skin Sciences, Faculty of Life Sciences, University of Bradford, United Kingdom)

The Tao of skin appendage follicles and the application Randall B. WIDELITZ

DAY 2



University of Southern California, Keck School of Medicine, United States

CS16-2

Hair stem cell regulation and regeneration National Yang Ming University, Taiwan

CS16-3

 D13, a marker for onychofibroblasts within nail matrix onychodermis: C Comparison of its expression in the nail unit and in the hair follicle

DAY 3

Chih Chiang CHEN

Dong Youn LEE

Samsung Medical Center, Sungkyunkwan University, Korea

 n important role of cutaneous lymphatic vessels in coordinating and A promoting anagen hair follicle growth Sunyoung YOON

DAY 4

CS16-4

ETH Zurich, Switzerland

CS16-5

Jonathan A. HARDMAN

The Centre for Dermatology Research, University of Manchester, MAHSC, and National Institutes of Health Biomedical Research Center, United Kingdom

Poster

 uman scalp hair follicles engage in and depend on autophagy for hair growth H (anagen) maintenance

Room C-2 9:00-10:30

Concurrent Session 17

Chair: Yutaka SHIMOMURA (Yamaguchi University Graduate School of Medicine, Japan) Co-chairs: Mazen KURBAN (American University of Beirut, Lebanon) Claire A. HIGGINS (Imperial College London, United Kingdom)

Keynote Speaker

CS17-1

Non-syndromic forms of hereditary hair diseases

Annex Hall 2

Genetics

Yutaka SHIMOMURA

Yamaguchi University Graduate School of Medicine, Japan

Insights into the genetics of hair diseases Mazen KURBAN

American University of Beirut, Lebanon

CS17-3

 esearch on congenital hair loss disorders in China R Diagnostic algorithm and mutational studies of congenital hair loss disorders Peking University People’s Hospital, Beijing, China

CS17-4

 novel diagnostic hair feature observed under polarizing microscope in A congenital keratinizing disorders including Netherton syndrome Daisuke UTSUMI

Room C-2

Cheng ZHOU

Room C-1

CS17-2

University of the Ryukyus, Japan

 o identify markers of non-scarring forms of alopecia on the basis of correlation T analysis of growth factors and apoptosis factors Fatima V. AZIMOVA

Republican Specialized Scientific and Practical Center of Dermatology and Venereology, Uzbekistan

Annex Hall 1

CS17-5

10th World Congress for Hair Research

DAY 1

Annex Hall 1 12:15-13:00

Meet the Experts

Maria HORDINSKY University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States

Andrew MESSENGER University of Sheffield, United Kingdom

DAY 2

Ralf PAUS University of Manchester, United Kingdom

Mike PHILPOTT Centre for Cell Biology and Cutaneous Research Bilzard Institute, Barts and The London School of Medicine and Dentistry Queen Mary University London, United Kingdom

Michael RENDL

DAY 3

Principal Investigator, the Black Family Stem Cell Institute (BFSCI) and Developmental and Regenerative Biology (CDRB) and Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai (ISMMS), United States

Jerry SHAPIRO The Ronald O. Perelman Department of Dermatology, New York University School of Medicine, United States

Rodney D. SINCLAIR University of Melbourne, Epworth Hospital and Sinclair Dermatology, Australia

Randall B. WIDELITZ

Annex Hall 1

Room C-2

Room C-1

Annex Hall 2

Poster

DAY 4

University of Southern California, Keck School of Medicine, United States