European Epidermal Barrier Research Network

European Epidermal Barrier Research Network

European Epidermal Barrier Research Network

European Epidermal Barrier Research Network

Poster Prize


Poster Prize Winners



2017
  • Analysis of keratinocyte response to Trichophyton rubrum dermatophyte infection in a model of reconstructed human epidermis
    Emilie Faway
    Namur, Belgium

  • Inactivation of DNase1L2 and DNase2 in keratinocytes suppresses DNA degradation during epidermal cornification and results in constitutive parakeratosis
    Heinz Fischer, Maria Buchberger, Erwin Tschachler, Leopold Eckhart
    Vienna, Austria

  • Human skin response to environmental pollution
    Guiseppe Percoco
    Longjumeau, France

2016
  • Alterations in epidermal eicosanoid metabolism contribute to inflammation and impaired late differentiation in FLG-mutated AD
    Stefan Blunder
    Innsbruck, Austria

  • Modulation of the dermal matrix improves barrier formation in full thickness human skin models
    Arnout Mieremet
    Leiden, The Netherlands

  • Nrf2 activation enhances cutaneous wound healing by expansion of hair follicle stem cell populations
    Sukalp Muzumdar
    Zurich, Switzerland

2015
  • Organic osmolytes increase tight junction protein expression in human skin
    Cecile El Chami, Iain Haslam, Martin Steward, Rasmus Prætorius Clausen, Catherine O´Neill
    Manchester, United Kingdom

  • Imaging membrane lipid microdomains in live human keratinocytes
    Abdallah Mound, Maryse Hermant, Vesela Lozanova, Donatienne Tyteca, Christelle Guere, Katell Vie, Catherine Lambert de Rouvroit, Florence Debacq-Chainiaux, Yves Poumay
    Namur, Belgium

  • Rab11A GTPase is essential for lamellar body trafficking in the human epidermis
    Marie Reynier, Sophie Allart, Elise Gaspard, Alain Moga, Dominique Goudounèche, Guy Serre, Michel Simon, Corinne Leprince
    Toulouse, France

2014
  • Reaction and regeneration to SLS according to filaggrin status and phenotype
    Bandier J.,
    Gentofte, Denmark

  • Alterations induced by IL-4, IL-13 and IL-25 in a reconstructed human epidermis are reminiscent of atopic dermatitis
    De Vuyst E, Giltaire S, Lambert de Rouvroit C, Chrétien A, Salmon M, Poumay Y.,
    Namur, Les Isnes, Belgium

2013
  • Caspase-14: transcriptional regulation and functional implications
    Michael Devos, Philippe De Groote, Janne Prawitt, Barbara Gilbert, Inge Bruggeman,
    Kirsten Leurs, Saskia Lippens, David Dombrowicz, Peter Vandenabeele, Wim Declercq
    Ghent, Belgium

  • Phenotypical characterisation of mice deficient for the channel activating protease 2/Tmprss4
    Anna Keppner
    Lausanne, Switzerland

 


last update: May 2018