Welcome to the XXIII International Pigment Cell and Melanoma Research Conference!

Dear Colleagues:

It is with great pleasure that we invite you to attend the IPCC 2017 Conference in Denver, Colorado - August 26 thru August 30, 2017.

The theme of IPCC 2017 will be “Breakthroughs in Pigment Cell and Melanoma Research”. It will showcase the newest and most innovative scientific findings and techniques in the field of pigment cell and melanoma research and their application to treatment of disorders of pigment cells. In addition to providing a program of great interest to pigment cell scientists and clinicians, we will endeavor to attract investigators from other fields to present exciting new techniques and perspectives. There will be special emphasis on Regenerative Medicine and Stem Cell Biology in pigment cell biology, immune mechanisms of pigment cell disorders, and immune, biologic and targeted therapies for melanomas.

The fall season in Denver is beautiful. The Denver Sheraton Hotel is located in the heart of Downtown Denver and well within walking distance of many popular venues. You will enjoy access to the Denver Art Museum, Elitch’s Amusement Park, the Denver Natural History Museum, and the Denver dining, shopping and social scenes. Rail transportation from Denver International Airport to the Downtown will be open in 2016.

The Rocky Mountains are located an hour away by car. You can take a drive, hike the Rockies and enjoy the spectacular scenery. This is all the more reason to make Denver a place to visit and attend the IPCC 2017!

Sincerely,

 

 


Dr. David A. Norris

Co-Chair of IPCC 2017
Denver, CO
   
Dr. Richard Spritz
Co-Chair of IPCC 2017
Denver, CO
   

   


Dr. Neil Box
Chair, Program Committee
Denver, CO
 
Dr. Thomas Hornyak
President, PASPCR
Co-Chair of IPCC 2017
Denver, CO