INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON DUPUYTREN DISEASE

This conference is being organized by the International Dupuytren Society, hosted by the University Medical Center Groningen UMCG and supported by the Federation of European Societies for Surgery of the Hand FESSHand the International Federation of Societies for Surgery of the Hand IFSSH. The conference will include academic research presentations and panel discussions regarding Dupuytren disease and related conditions. The goal of the conference is raising awareness regarding Dupuytren disease, sharing new concepts and ideas, and promoting cooperative efforts to work for a cure.

The symposium will be a gathering of researchers and clinicians with a wide spectrum of interests: cell biology, genomics, surgery, pharmacotherapy, radiotherapy, biomechanics, therapy, as they relate to Dupuytren disease and related conditions.

22 / 23 May 2015, Groningen, The Netherlands

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The Groningen conference is following the symposium held in May 2010 in Miami, Florida (Conference History). Results of that conference have been published in Charles Eaton, Heinrich Seegenschmiedt, Ardheshir Bayat, Giulio Gabbiani, Paul Werker, and Wolfgang Wach (Eds.) "Dupuytren's Disease and Related Hyperproliferative Disorders" Springer, 2012 ebook.

 

International Conference on Dupuytren Disease and Related Diseases

Groningen, The Netherlands

22 / 23 May 2015

 

    

                       Hosted by the

  University Medical Center Groningen

                                   

                  

              

 

This conference is organized by the  International Dupuytren Society and endorsed by the Federation of European Societies for Surgery of the Hand FESSH, the International Federation of Societies for Surgery of the Hand IFSSH, and the

Dutch Society for Surgery of the Hand NVvH.

                                         

 

    

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     Baron G. Dupuytren

        (1777 - 1835)

   

 

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Endorsed by the Federation of the European Societies for Surgery of the Hand FESSH