A message from the SCOPE president
Dear SCOPE members and other colleagues,
The "SCOPE meetings" have become major meetings for clinicians and basic scientists working in the challenging fields of cutaneous problems (e.g. skin cancer and skin infections) in organ transplant recipients.
After fruitful meetings in Berlin, Lyon, London, Stockholm, Barcelona, Dublin, Venice, Thessaloniki, Oslo, Dundee, Istanbul, Gdansk, Leiden, Vienna, Tel Aviv, Prague and Zurich we are now meeting in Barcelona, Spain for SCOPE´s 19th year anniversary.
The Congress will cover all aspects of skin problems in organ transplant recipients and ways of intervention and treatment. Invited lectures will be given by experienced researchers in this specific field. The participants are invited to submit an abstract of which the most interesting will be selected for oral presentation.
Aside from oral presentations there will also be ample time for informal contacts between clinicians and scientist who are involved in skin care in organ transplant recipients to exchange ideas and treatment options in this field. This exchange of knowledge is the key factor for innovative development in SCOPE.
We will make every effort to ensure the success of the meeting, hoping many clinicians and researchers will participate in the scientific and social program of this meeting.
It is my pleasure to invite you to this unique Meeting of SCOPE in Barcelona, Spain.
Deniz Seckin, President of SCOPE
SCOPE's 19th Annual Meeting 2019
September 26th - 29th 2019, Barcelona, Spain
SCOPE meeting schedule
The program of the meeting is not finalized, updates will be published later on this site. The annual meeting will start on Thursday, September 26th at 5p.m. (MEZ).
Travel directions to Motel One, Barcelona, Spain
Travel directions to the hotel can be found here.
Venue and accommodation
The meeting will take place at Hospital Universitary Vall d'Hebron in Barcelona, Spain. We will have the transfers from the hotel to the hospital organized.
Smart casual for the meeting; stout walking shoes or trainers for the afternoon outings. Smart casual such as ties and jackets (not suits) for dinners. The social program is not finalized, updates will be published later on this site.