The two-day seminar of the SGS proderm Academy

When developing raw materials and topical end products, it is crucial that studies are conducted directly on the living skin of humans. Without advanced in vivo methods, reliable and trustworthy statements on skin tolerance and efficacy are often impossible to achieve.

The Academy of SGS proderm has invited international experts to give a comprehensive overview of selected methods and technologies that are focusing on in-vivo skin testing and enable the generation of meaningful results in the context of dermatological studies.

The seminar ‘Advances in Skin Evaluation, Measurement Techniques and Claims’, which will take place from 29.2.-1.3.2024 in Hamburg, combines theory with practice. All methods will first be presented in a lecture aimed at conveying basic know-how as well as special characteristics. Afterwards, the technologies will be presented live with hands on, so that the participants of the seminar can directly gain
application experience.

When selecting the methods to be presented, we attached great importance to corresponding to the versatility of dermatological methods,” says Stephan Bielfeldt, Course Director of the seminar.
In this respect, the seminar program takes into account long-established and frequently used procedures as well as innovative premium approaches.

The topics at a glance:

  • Standard instruments (capacitance, skin elasticity, skin pH)
  • In Vivo Confocal Raman Spectroscopy
  • Transepidermal Waterloss
  • Photographic Techniques
  • Line-field Confocal Optical Coherence Tomography
  • Skin Profilometry
  • Alternative in vivo Sun Protection Measurement (HDRS)
  • Image Evaluation and Analysis

Both days of the event will start with a keynote lecture on the science of skin. For this, SGS proderm could win two well-known scientists and experts in dermatological research: Prof. Ehrhardt Proksch (Christian-Albrechts-University Kiel) and Prof. Martina Meinke (Charité, Berlin). In addition, the faculty consists of expert representatives of the different dermatological device manufacturers and scientists from SGS proderm.

The faculty:

  • Stephan Bielfeldt | Senior Expert Science & Innovation | SGS proderm
  • Dr. Lori Ciortea | Biox Systems
  • Gabriel Koeller | Application Engineer | Eotech
  • Colombe Lopez | Application Engineer Damae Medical
  • Edouard Macé | CEO | Eotech
  • Prof. Martina Meinke | Group Leader Experimental Skin Physiology | Charité Berlin
  • Dr. Gerwin Puppels |Managing Director | River D
  • Prof. Ehrhardt Proksch Christian-Albrechts-University Kiel
  • Dr. Matthias Seise | Group Leader Development and Technical Services | SGS proderm
  • Christiane Uhl | Head Sales | Courage & Khazaka

We want to make the seminar as attractive as possible for the participants,“ says Birte Wehr, Seminar Manager at SGS proderm. In addition to a high-quality program content, the event team relies on the centrally located Hotel MADISON, Hamburg as the venue for the event. Here, participants have access to an infrastructure that combines the seminar‘s core elements of lectures, practical examples, networking, dinner and accommodation in one place.

Further information is available on the SGS proderm website: sgs-proderm.de


About SGS Group:

SGS is the world's leading company in inspection, testing, verification and certification. Founded in 1878, SGS, headquartered in Geneva Switzerland, with more than 96,000 employees and an international network of over 2,600 offices and laboratories, sets globally recognized standards for quality and integrity. In Germany, the SGS Group has been active since 1920 and has a nationwide presence with around 4,000 employees at more than 50 locations. It also includes SGS-TÜV Saar GmbH and SGS Institut Fresenius GmbH. Together, we are working to create a better, safer and more connected world Further information can be found online here: www.sgs.com.

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