Join the CITYCARE team on 21/01/2021 @ 3pm CET for a virtual workshop about "Pollution as a possible switch of cutaneous pathophysiology"

UNIFE is organizing a virtual workshop about "Pollution as a possible switch of cutaneous pathophysiology" on the 21st of January.

The event will start at 3pm and end around 6.30pm. Registration is free of charges but must be made before January 20th by sending an email to (*).

The full scientific program and the bio of the speakers can be found in the PDF document below.


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