May 16-19, 2018 – Rosen Shingle Creek Resort, Orlando, Florida
Michel Gilliet, MD- ESDR
On behalf of the European Society for Dermatological Research, I join the Presidents of the Society for Investigative Dermatology and the Japanese Society for Investigative Dermatology in inviting you to the 2018 International Investigative Dermatology Meeting (IID2018) in Orlando from May 16th to 19th, 2018.
Akimichi Morita, MD/PhD – JSID
Every 5 years, members of all the investigative dermatology and cutaneous biology societies throughout the world gather together to exchange information and facilitate collaboration. The combination of high-quality science, outstanding interactions with international colleagues, and the enjoyable city of Orlando will make this a valuable and unforgettable experience.
The history of joint scientific meetings for Investigative Dermatology begins in 1985 when the JSID and the SID held a joint meeting in Washington, DC. In the following year a joint meeting between the ESDR and SID was held in Geneva, Switzerland. These two meetings highlighted the advantage of “unity” for all of investigative dermatology. In 1989 the first “Tri-Continental” Meeting of the ESDR, JSID, and SID took place in Washington, DC. This meeting brought together scientists from the three societies with a plan to continue meeting every five years, alternating among sites in Japan, Europe, and the United States.
THE ROSEN SHINGLE CREEK RESORT
Rosen Shingle Creek features a combination of superior service and cutting-edge technology – within minutes of the Orlando International Airport. As one of Central Florida’s largest full-service meeting destinations, they offer a variety of onsite activities to choose from. Guests will savor each moment and superior location makes them convenient to SeaWorld Orlando® and Universal Orlando® Resort, and the recreation activities are equally impressive. From tennis and golf, to fishing and luxurious spa treatments, the property provides the amenities that will keep you happy throughout your stay.