The 7th World Congress for Hair Research. Hosted by EHRS - the European Hair Research Society.

4th - 6th May 2013, Edinburgh, Scotland

HAIR 2013

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Dear Friends and Colleagues,
On behalf of the Organising Committee I would like to thank all the delegates, guests, sponsors and exhibitors for participating in the World Congress for Hair Research in Edinburgh and making it such an enjoyable and rewarding meeting.
This congress represented hair research societies worldwide (including the European, North American, Japanese, Korean, Indian and Australasian Societies) and was the major event in the calendar for those with an interest in hair, including specialist physicians, dermatologists, surgeons and scientists from academia and industry. The societies will next meet together in Jeju Island Korea from May 14-17, 2014 at the 8th World Congress for Hair Research.
The fields of basic and clinical hair research continue to expand both scientifically and geographically. Nearly 600 delegates attended from 47 countries from all around the world, making this one of the largest Hair Research meetings in recent years.
The programme included contributions from leading scientists and clinicians in the plenary sessions and we provided ample opportunity for up and coming scientists and clinicians to share their latest research during the concurrent sessions of talks selected from highest scoring submitted abstracts. Delegates enjoyed several sponsored science symposia and the dedicated poster sessions in the exhibition hall.
The massed pipe band playing traditional Scottish music was a very popular highlight at the welcome reception in Edinburgh Castle and over 400 delegates and guests attended the congress dinner at Dynamic Earth.
Thank you once again for your active participation and I invite you to register your interest in the 8th World Congress in Jeju Island 2014:


Andrew Messenger
WCHR2013 Chair


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