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Aiming to increase the number of scientists and clinicians who focus on treating and researching psoriasis, the IPC has launched the International Fellowship Program to provide training and real-world practice for early-career dermatologists or junior faculty who have completed their training within the last five years. For 2018, the program is awarding 3 fellowships to recipients who will be matched with IPC board members and councilors in their laboratories and clinics to observe and participate in researching and treating patients who have psoriasis. The program’s goals are to:

  • encourage and educate early-career dermatologists to treat psoriasis as a systemic disease with significant comorbidities
  • expose early-career dermatologists to key opinion leaders and encourage their participation in projects and dialogue that furthers the advancement of psoriasis research and treatment globally;
  • connect and strengthen early-career commitment to the field of psoriasis research and treatment.

IPC fellows will attend a major scientific congress during the year, such as annual meetings of the American Academy of Dermatology or the European Academy of Dermatology & Venereology. They will participate in IPC activities, including working groups and symposia. Learn more about the program.

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