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NON-MELANOMA SKIN CANCER
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UK TREND Atopic Eczema Stratified Medicine Workshop as part of the Newcastle University Proximity to Discovery Programme, held at the BAD.
UK TREND Non-Melanoma Skin Cancer meeting held at BAD Annual Meeting in Liverpool.
UK TREND atopic eczema stratified medicine workshop as part of the Newcastle University Proximity to Discovery Programme
Second Non Melanoma Skin Cancer meeting held at the BAD
An open meeting for UK TREND was held at the BAD Annual Meeting in Birmingham on 7 July 2016. Programme is available here.
March 2016 - Open Non-Melanoma Skin Cancer meeting was held at the BAD
An open meeting and a Hot Topic session (see here) were given at the BAD Annual Meeting in Manchester in July 2015.
A poster and presentation was given to the BSID meeting in Southampton.
UK TREND facilitated an Atopic Eczema Open Meeting on Wednesday 25 March, a second meeting to develop key research themes and collaborative working is also planned.
Methotrexate compared to azathioprine for the treatment of moderate-to-severe atopic eczema in adults: a multi-centre, randomised controlled trial (MAZE). A planning meeting was held on 13 February at the British Association of Dermatologists(BAD) it was attended by clinicians, scientists, statisticians and representatives from patient support groups.
UK TREND attended the Psoriasis from Gene to Clinic 7th International Congress held in London on 11-13 December
UK TREND 1st Open Meeting was held on Thursday 13 November 2014 Programme is available here.
The official launch of the UK-TREND at Willan House on Thursday 5 June 2014. Programme is available here.
Senior dermatology researchers including representatives of UK-TREND met the CMO, Prof Dame Sally Davies in October 2013. The 3-hour meeting principally focused on the crisis in dermatology clinical care, but the importance of UK dermatological research was also emphasised
UK TREND e-Delphi exercise starts to prioritise which research questions the dermatology research community needs to address
Inaugural meeting of the UK TREND Steering Committee