Congratulations to Trainees Selected to Present at 2017 Annual Meeting

Six trainees will give oral presentations and twenty-four others will explain their abstracts from posters at the 2017 GRAPPA Annual Meeting and Trainee Symposium in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. The abstract submissions came from thirteen countries: Argentina, Brazil, Canada, Colombia, China, Ireland, Italy, Israel, The Netherlands, Romania, Turkey, the UK, and the USA while 29 universities and research institutions were represented. Topics range from genomics to treat-to target to composite measures. The work of both dermatology and rheumatology trainees and fellows was selected.
The scope, quantity, and quality of this year’s abstract submissions surpassed all previous years, according to the eight-person committee of evaluators. GRAPPA started the abstract submission/Trainee Symposium program in 2008 and it has grown every year.
Christopher Ritchlin, MD, MPH and Prof. Wolf-Henning Boehncke (Switzerland) will present the trainees with recognition certificates at the GRAPPA 2017 Annual Meeting Awards Dinner on Friday night, July 14. 

GRAPPA Mission

GRAPPA (Group for Research and Assessment of Psoriasis and Psoriatic Arthritis) is organized exclusively for non-profit, educational, and scientific purposes, specifically to facilitate sharing of information related to psoriasis and psoriatic arthritis, networking among different medical disciplines that see psoriasis and psoriatic arthritis patients, and to enhance research, diagnosis and treatment of psoriasis and psoriatic arthritis.

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GRAPPA 2017 Annual Meeting and Trainee Symposium in Amsterdam is the evening of July 13 and all day July 14-15. The travel bursary (for select members) has reached its limit, and the hotel is sold out.  Members who support their own travel and independent lodging are still welcome to attend but must register by June 15.  Use the Contact Us tab on the website to inquire. No walk-ins, please!
2018 Annual Meeting will be in Toronto, Canada, July 12 – 14. Mark your calendars!  Online registration will open in February 2018.