SJS/TEN 2021 Meeting

 

 

Dear SJSTEN 2021 faculty members, colleagues, and friends,  

Thank you for your participation in the SJSTEN 2021 meeting which was successfully held as a virtual meeting during the weekend of August 28 and 29

Some highlights of the meeting:

Tribute to the late Dr. Jean-Claude Roujeau who passed away earlier this year– a true pioneer in SJS/TEN research and clinical care

and SJS survivor/family  and community workshop

·  A pharmacogenomics workshop

·  A poster discussion session for trainees

·  Over 25 keynote sessions on cutting edge topics related to SJS/TEN including some concurrent scientific sessions.

·  Panel discussions

·  Feature sessions on NIH funding, grants and publishing

For more information, and details about the meeting, please continue to check this page as we are updating it with materials from the meeting. Currently, recordings of all the sessions can be seen below.

Many thanks,

Your co-chairs

Elizabeth Phillips, Sherrie Divito and Charles Bouchard

 


 

Click here to download the meeting program 

 


 

Recordings of the talks, panel discussions and oral abstract presentations:

Pre-meeting Introduction by Dr. Elizabeth Phillips

 

Poster summaries

 

Day 1, Webinar 1: Pharmacogenomic Workshop

 

Day 1, Webinar 2: SJS Survivor, Family and Community Working Group

 

Day 1, Webinar 3: NIH Funding and Priorities for Research

 

Day 1, Webinar 4: Opening Session Talks by Alicia Bianco and Louis Chaix

 

Day 1, Webinar 5: Oral Abstracts Presentations

 

Day 1, Webinar 6: Registries, Electronic Health Records, Networks and New Studies; Innovation and Implementation

 

Day 2, Webinar 1: A Tribute to Dr. Jean-Claude Roujeau - by Dr. Maja Mockenhaupt

Registries, Electronic Health Records, Networks and New Studies; Innovation and Implementation

 

Day 2, Webinar 2: Report Back From Pharmacogenomics Workshop; Immunotherapy Toxicities

 

Day 2, Webinar 3: How to get published; Long-term Sequelae of SJS/TEN

 

Day 2, Webinar 4: Updates for Patients and Clinicians

 

Day 2, Webinar 5: Moving the field forward

 

Day 2, Webinar 6: Regulation, Innovation and Implementation

 

Day 2, Webinar 7: Report from SJS Survivor, Family, and Community Workshop