• Abstracts submission opening: October 22nd, 2015
  • Registration & Accommodation opening : November 30th, 2015
  • Abstracts submission deadline: The abstract submission deadline has been extended to January, 25th, 2016, Midnight, CET
  • Early registration fees deadline: March 31st, 2016
  • Hotel reservation deadline: February 12th, 2016 (and then upon availability) 

CME Accreditation

The congress has been accredited by the national authority “Société Française de Dermatologie”. To request CME credits, international participants are kindly asked to contact their national medical chamber and present their certificate of attendance.
In order to issue your certificate we kindly ask participants to scan the barcode on their badge every day. Please note that for technical reasons barcodes cannot be scanned after the congress. Certificates stating the total of your acquired credits will be sent by email after the congress. All credits achieved by French participants will be directly reported by the congress organizer to the “Société Française de Dermatologie".


With its incomparable historical sites and the richness of its heritage, Paris is often referred to as the most famous museum-city in the world.

The capital has almost as many faces as urban districts, ranging from the beautiful Saint Germain with its luxurious boutiques to the vibrant Montmartre with its artists on the Place du Tertre.

Come and relax around the Canal Saint Martin, climb the Eiffel Tower, walk around Notre Dame cathedral, step through the Arc de Triomphe's "heart", visit the Marais, stroll around the Jardin du Luxembourg, walk up to the Sacré Coeur or wander down the most beautiful avenue in the world, the Champs-Elysées.

Visit Paris

Paris is a dynamic and renowned cultural capital, always at the forefront of trends and new ideas. But it is also home to tradition and history. No matter what you are most interested in, you will always find it in the "City of Light"; something exciting to experience and to match your tastes and expectations!

Your visit will be an excellent opportunity to discover some of the most outstanding artistic and historic highlights of Paris and its surrounding areas.


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Maison de la Mutualité

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Inaugurated in 1931 by the French President Paul Doumer, the Maison de la Mutualité was one of the emblematic centres of the capital’s social and cultural life. The building is a magnificent example of Art Deco architecture and was fully renovated in 2011 by Jean-Michel Wilmotte, who restored the place to its former glory while adding sober, modern touches to the interior design. Today, the Maison de la Mutualité has once again become a major venue for events on the Left Bank.


Maison de la Mutualité
24, rue Saint-Victor
75005 Paris
Tel: +33 (0)1 83 92 24 00


GPS coordinates: 48.8486110 2.3504103


station Jussieu
stations Maubert-Mutualité, Cardinal Lemoine


Station Monge - Mutualité
Station Maubert - Mutualité
Station Cardinal Lemoine - Monge
Station Jussieu


RER B: Station Saint Michel Notre Dame

Train station: Montparnasse

Bicycle :

Station n° 5018 - 20 rue Monge
Station n° 5021 - 41 rue Jussieu
Station n° 5019 - 8-10 rue de Poissy
Station n° 5007 - 39 rue des Écoles

Car Parks

Parking Maubert Collège des Bernardins
37 boulevard St Germain
75005 Paris

Parking Lagrange
Maubert 15 rue Lagrange
75005 Paris

City transportation



A fast and ever-developing means of transport, essential to the Parisian’s life, the metro is probably the best and quickest way to travel within the city. Timetable: it operates from 5:30 to 0:30.

Information about the Metro can be obtained from the RATP


Local bus service is also available. Although slower than the Metro or the RER at certain hours of the day (depending on the traffic), the RATP buses (green) are frequent from 8:00 am to 20:00. The services are more irregular after 20:00. The Noctambus service (for night-birds) operates during the night: 10 bus routes lead from the heart of Paris.


Where can you find a taxi? At stations, airports and near main traffic thoroughfares in more than 470 taxi ranks. 14 900 taxis are in service in Paris.

You can identify a free taxi by the light on its roof and hail it. There will already be an initial charge on the meter. It is customary to leave a tip of up to 10% of the total fare.

Taxis G7: 3607 / +33 1 41 27 66 99
Taxis Bleus: 3609 / +33 1 49 63 10 10


Paris provides you with an excellent Self Service “bike hire” system named “VELIB”, available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Multi pick up and drop off location allows you to pick up your bike from one service point and drop off to another. An unusual and pleasant way to discover the city!
Information about the Bicycles system can be obtained from the VELIB Website:




Paris can easily be reached by plane, train or car, due to its location at the crossroads of Europe. It is served by two international airports (CDG and Orly) and a very convenient railway system. 


From Paris to the airports

Access to Roissy Charles de Gaulle airport (North of Paris), terminals 1 and 2:

• by RER Express train, from Châtelet or Gare du Nord Stations, line B
• by AIR FRANCE coach: departure beside the Palais des Congrès

Access to Orly airport (South of Paris), terminals West and South:

• from Denfert Rochereau : by RER Express train, line B or by Orly Bus
• by AIR FRANCE coach : departure from Invalides Station

The best fare for your airline ticket

Attractive discounts on a wide range of fares on all Air France and KLM flights worldwide
Event ID Code to keep for the booking: 23820AF
Valid for travel from 21/05/2016 to 02/06/2016

Useful web sites

RATP (City Transport Network):
MAPPY (itineraries/directions):
SNCF (French Railways Network):
ADP (Paris Airports):