On this occasion, SILAB will hold two conferences presenting innovative imagery approaches:
- A deep learning approach to automatically classify skin inflammation of in vivo confocal images
Thursday, June 13, from 8:35 to 8:45, Skin imaging other than dermatoscopy session - Room White 1, by David Boudier, scientific communication manager, SILAB.
- In vivo and non-invasive imaging of the skin aging: new applications for the LC-OCT technology
Saturday, June 15, from 8:55 to 9:05, Dermatoscopy and skin imaging 2 session - Room Amber 7+8, by Pauline Rouaud-Tinguely, scientific communication project leader, SILAB. These studies were conducted in partnership with Damae Medical.
An e-poster on the research work of SILAB Softcare department, dedicated to the care of compromised skin, will show the results of a clinical study conducted on atopic patients:
Therapeutic performances of natural molecules from Ophiopogon japonicus in children and adults with atopic dermatitis.