The 2nd International Corneotherapy Symposium

The 2nd International Symposium on Corneotherapy 2013 was held over the week of May 10-17 in Leichlingen, Germany (Near Cologne) and attracted approximately 60 participants from all around the world.  It was at the symposium that the concept for the creation of the International institute for Applied Corneotherapy was born.

 

 Some of the delegates who attended the 2nd International Symposium on Corneotherapy 2013

 

This year, the symposium's agenda did not disappoint, and was a great exchange of information, knowledge and news between the attendees.

The growth of interest in, and demand for knowledge of Corneotherapy has seen the delegate numbers double from the previous year, and the creation of the association promises to bring more like minded individuals together to discuss all things Corneotherapy.

 

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General Information

 

International Association for Applied Corneotherapy

The International Association for Applied Corneotherapy (I.A.C.) is a registered, non-profit association with primary purposes and objectives of the advancement of scientific research and practical applications in the realm of Corneotherapy and related sciences.

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Executive Team

Executive Board:
Florence Barrett-Hill - New Zealand
Dr. Hans Lautenschlager, Ph.D. - Germany

Secretary:
Margaret Walsh - New Zealand

Scientific Advisory Board:
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Lars Norlén.
Department of Dermatology, University Hospital, Stockholm, Sweden.

Dr Ghita Lanzendoerfer-Yu, PhD.
Inorganic Chemistry. Independant consultant and writer- Germany

Education Commission:
Florence Barrett-Hill (NZ)
Rene Serbon (CAN)
Alexandra J. Zani (US)
Bev Greenwood (AUS)

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