Thursday – June 9 Thursday – Program Overview TimeActivityLocation08.00 – 09.00I – Educational SessionsChemical analysis and additional testing in ACD | More infoBlue RoomPerformance and assessment of patch tests | More infoGreen RoomHow to obtain and interpret ingredient information | More infoRed Room09.00 – 09.10 Session change09.10 – 10.40II – Focus Sessions & Free CommunicationsImmunology of contact dermatitis | More infoRed RoomEpidemiology | More infoBlue RoomFree communications 2 | More info Green Room10.40 – 11.15 Coffee break – Exhibition & posters Five nominees for the poster award will present their posterExpo11.15 – 12.45III – Focus Sessions & Free CommunicationsFragrances | More infoBlue RoomAcrylates and resins | More infoGreen RoomSkin reactions to recreative drugs and tattoos | More infoRed RoomFree communications 3 | More infoOrange Room12.45 – 13.45 Lunch break – ExhibitionExpo13.15 – 13.45Industry Session – Satellite Lunch Symposium | More infoOrange Room13.45 – 15.15IV – Focus Sessions & Free CommunicationsHand eczema | More infoBlue RoomGloves and rubber | More infoRed RoomFree communications 4 | More infoGreen Room15.15 – 15.45 Coffee break – Exhibition & posters Five nominees for the poster award will present their posterExpo15.45 – 17.15V – Focus Sessions & Free CommunicationsPreservatives and cosmetic allergens | More infoBlue RoomTextile dyes and footwear | More infoGreen RoomFree communications 5 | More infoRed Room17.15 – 17.25 Session change17.25 – 17.55Industry Sessions | More info19.00 – 00.00Conference Dinner | More infoBeurs van Berlage View Wednesday Program View Friday Program Conference Dinner Conference dinner The conference dinner will take place in the biggest room of the conference location. The evening will start at 19.00 hrs and will end at 00.00 hrs. Dinner tickets You can book a ticket for this special dinner via the online registration form. The fee is € 50 ex VAT and includes dinner and drinks. 08.00 – 09.00 – Educational Sessions I TimeActivityLocationChemical analysis and additional testing in ACDBlue RoomChair: An Goossens 08.00 – 08.20Chemical analysis of rubber materials Ola Bergendorff08.20 – 08.40Imaging mass spectrometry, a novel approach to the study of hapten detection in complex matrices Lina Hagvall08.40 – 09.00Teamwork in occupational dermatology, the use of chemical methods and spot tests? Ola Bergendorff TimeActivityLocationPerformance and assessment of patch testsGreen RoomChair: Mihály Matura 08.00 – 08.20 Crucial factors in the reliability of patch tests Mihály Matura08.20 – 08.40A journey from the label on the syringe to the skin; do we really test with the substance we intend to use? Martin Mowitz08.40 – 09.00How to read and assess patch test reaction correct? Magnus Bruze TimeActivityLocationHow to obtain and interpret ingredient informationRed RoomChair: Vera Mahler | Co-chair: Jakob Dahlin08.00 – 08.20The safety data sheet – useful or useless? Ulrik Ahrensbøll-Friis08.20 – 08.40Nail polish ingredients: posh & lush? Jakob Dahlin08.40 – 09.00The marvel of tattoo art – ingredients reloaded Steffen Schubert 09.10 – 10.40 – Focus Sessions TimeActivityLocationImmunology of contact dermatitisRed RoomChair: Stefan Martin | Co-chair: Marc Pallardy 09.10 – 09.30Different immunological mechanisms can lead to distinct clinical presentations of allergic contact dermatitis Thomas Rustemeyer09.30 – 09.50Role of Nrf2 in allergic contact dermatitis Saadia Kerdine-Römer09.50 – 10.10The role of local memory in allergic contact dermatitis Charlotte Bonefeld10.10 – 10.20Unique molecular signatures distinguish skin inflammatory reactions induced by chemical allergens and irritants Marine-Alexia Lefevre10.20 – 10.30Assessment of cytotoxicity and sensitization potential of intradermally injected tattoo inks in reconstructed human skin Joey Karregat10.30 – 10.40Discussion TimeActivityLocationEpidemiologyBlue RoomChair: Wolfgang Uter | Co-chair: Pieter-Jan Coenraads 09.10 – 09.30Trends and current spectrum of contact allergy in Europe – results from the ESSCA network Wolfgang Uter09.30 – 09.50The epidemiological profile of occupational allergiccontact dermatitis in Turkey Esen Özkaya (virtual presentation)09.50 – 10.10Metal allergy in metalworkers and causative exposures Farzad Alinaghi10.10 – 10.30Beyond a Screening Series: the NACDG Experience Erin Warshaw10.30 – 10.40Long-term follow-up of hand eczema in hairdressers: a prospective cohort study of Danish hairdressers graduating from 1985 to 2007 Martin Havmose TimeActivityLocationFree Communications 2Green RoomChair: Caterina Foti 09.10 – 09.20CI Solvent Yellow 14 (Sudan I) identified as the allergen in a plastic part of glasses Ulrik Ahrensbøll-Friis09.20 – 09.30The impact of site on patch testing results: a pilot study Siobhan McCarthy09.30 – 09.40Eugenol and isoeugenol: understanding anti- and prooxidant activities in the skin mediated by radical intermediates Yannick Port-Lougarre09.40 – 09.50Application of a next generation risk assessment framework for skin sensitisation using non-animal data: geraniol case study Nicola Gilmour09.50 – 10.00Topical corticosteroid phobia among Danish pharmacy staff Jakob Toft-Hansen10.00 – 10.10Patch test sensitization to 4,4′-diaminodiphenylmethane manifesting as a delayed positive reaction Shi Yu Derek Lim10.10 – 10.20Assessment of the skin sensitization potential of fragrance ingredients using the U-SENS™ Assay Isabelle Lee10.20 – 10.30D-limonene photoallergic contact dermatitis by proxy Maria Guimaraes10.30 – 10.40Contact hypersensitivity in the elderly Dominik Németh 11.15 – 12.45 – Focus Sessions TimeActivityLocationFragrances Blue RoomChair: Jeanne Duus Johansen | Co-chair: Pieter-Jan Coenraads 11.15 – 11.35Immune responses to fragrance allergens Charlotte Bonefeld11.35 – 11.55How to test for fragrance allergy – are the current baseline markers useful? John McFadden11.55 – 12.15The role of (auto) oxidation in fragrance allergy: the case of geraniol, citronellol, linalool and limonene Lina Hagvall12.15 – 12.30Co-culture systems to assess hazard and potency of fragrance sensitisers Brunhilde Blömeke12.30 – 12.45Discussion TimeActivityLocationAcrylates and resinsGreen RoomChair: Kristiina Aalto-Korte | Co-chair: David Orton11.15 – 11.35Screening for Contact Allergy to 2-hydroxyethylmethacrylate Deirdre Buckley11.35 – 11.55Assessment of exposure to acrylates in a clinic of occupational dermatology Katri Suuronen11.55 – 12.15An overview on contact allergy to synthetic resin systems Kristiina Aalto-Korte12.15 – 12.35Contact allergy to plastic items Marléne Isaksson12.35 – 12.45Nature-Inspired Epoxy Resins: Synthesis and Skin Sensitizing Properties of Pinoresinol Diglycidyl Ether (PinoDGE) Niamh O’Boyle TimeActivitySkin reactions to recreative drugs and tattoosRed RoomChair: Thomas Rustemeyer 11.15 – 11.35Clinical presentation of adverse tattoo reactions Norbert Ipenburg11.35 – 11.55Sunlight induced tattoo reactions Thomas Rustemeyer11.55 – 12.15Patch testing tattooed patients – first results of the IVDK network Steffen Schubert12.15 – 12.35Tattoo Allergy: Towards a Patch Test Series to Identify Culprit Compounds Ines Schreiver12.35 – 12.45Discussion TimeActivityLocationFree Communications 3Orange RoomChair: Elke Weisshaar 11.15 – 11.25Relationship between allergic contact dermatitis (CAD) and atopic dermatitis (AD) in pediatric patients Egidio Freitas11.25 – 11.35Feasibility of remote assessment in atopic dermatitis Aviël Ragamin11.35 – 11.45Atopic dermatitis: Epidemiology, lifestyle factors and COVID-19-related impact in the Dutch general population Junfen Zhang11.45 – 11.55Aluminium-adsorbed vaccines and risk of vaccination granulomas in children: A Danish population-based cohort study Stine Hoffmann11.55 – 12.05Dupilumab in daily practice for the treatment of Pediatric Atopic Dermatitis: 16-week clinical and biomarker results from the BioDay registry Esmé Kamphuis12.05 – 12.15Role of patch testing in chronic spontaneous urticaria Dan Slodownik12.15 – 12.25Cutaneous and oral aluminium- provocations of children with aluminium-induced vaccination granulomas. Stine Hoffmann12.25 – 12.35Non-immunologic contact urticaria to sorbic acid Hilde Lapeere12.35 – 12.45Discussion 13.45 – 15.15 – Focus Sessions TimeActivityLocationHand eczemaBlue RoomChair: Marie-Louise Schuttelaar & Peter Elsner13.45 – 14.00Epidemiology of hand eczema in the general population Anna Sophie Quaade (virtual presentation)14.00 – 14.15Lifestyle and work-related factors in hand eczema: a cross-sectional questionnaire based study in the Dutch general population Laura Loman14.15 – 14.30Pathogenesis of vesicular and hyperkeratotic hand eczema Angelique Voorberg14.30 – 14.45Treatment of hand eczema: dupilumab and JAK inhibitors Peter Elsner14.45 – 14.55Effect of upadacitinib on hand eczema in patients with atopic dermatitis: daily practice data from the BioDay registry Laura Loman14.55 – 15.15Discussion TimeActivityLocationGloves and rubberRed RoomChair: Ola Bergendorff | Co-chair: Nils Hamnerius 13.45 – 14.05Impact of Rubber Manufacturing, Distribution and Regulation on Allergen Content Curt Hamann14.05 – 14.25Update on allergens in accelerator free gloves and results of chemical analysis of gloves by mass spectrometry Marie-Noelle Crepy14.25 – 14.45Patch testing rubber chemicals Kristiina Aalto-Korte14.45 – 15.05Thiuram monosulphides in rubber Ola Bergendorff15.05 – 15.15Decline of diphenylguanidin contact allergy among HCW after changed pattern of medical glove procurement Nils Hamnerius TimeActivityLocationFree Communications 4Green RoomChair: Sanja Kezic 13.45 – 13.55Allergic contact dermatitis caused by elastic bands from FFP2 mask Pedro Miguel Garrido13.55 – 14.05Survey of skin eruptions associated with the use of personal protective equipment (PPE) among the healthcare workers during the COVID-19 pandemic Golara Honari14.05 – 14.15Occupational contact dermatitis in physical therapists Marcos Hervella14.15 – 14.25Is there an etiological role for polyethylene glycol (PEG)-2000 in COVID arm due to mRNA vaccines? David Pesqué14.25 – 14.35Contact allergy investigations in healthcare workers with face mask-related skin disease Inese Hauksson14.35 – 14.45A closer look at allergic contact dermatitis caused by topicalophthalmic medications Pedro Alves14.45 – 14.55Contact allergy in diabetes patients using medical devices Josefin Ulriksdotter14.55 – 15.05Periorbital allergic contact dermatitis from topical ophthalmic medications: primum non nocere Zeynep Yılmaz Keskinkaya15.05 – 15.15Contact allergy to antifungals: results of a 12-year retrospective study Tiago Gomes 15.45 – 17.15 – Focus Sessions TimeActivityLocationPreservatives and cosmetic allergensBlue RoomChair: Mark Wilkinson | Co-chair: Olivier Aerts15.45 – 16.05Preservative and baseline fragrance allergens: IVDK data of the last ten years – what’s next? Steffen Schubert16.05 – 16.25A European cosmetic series: current practice and a proposal Emma Horton16.25 – 16.45Rare, new & underestimated cosmetic allergens Olivier Aerts16.45 – 17.15Personal Care Product Trends in North America: Allergy in the Metrosexual Era Erin Warshaw TimeActivityLocationTextile dyes and footwearGreen RoomChair: Marléne Isaksson | Co-chair: Rik Scheper 15.45 – 16.05What we know about textile dermatitis Laura Malinauskiene16.05 – 16.25How can we improve the diagnosis of contact allergy to textile dyes? Annarita Antelmi16.25 – 16.45Still a problem with chromium-induced shoe dermatitis- discussion on required chemical analyses, regulatory measures, and labelling Yolanda Hedberg16.45 – 17.05Potential allergens in footwear Ola Bergendorff17.05 – 17.15Discussion TimeActivityLocationFree Communications 5Red RoomChair: Radoslaw Spiewak 15.45 – 15.55Occupational allergic contact dermatitis in pediatric patients Zeynep Yılmaz Keskinkaya15.55 – 16.05Allergic contact dermatitis caused by (3-mercaptopropyl) trimethoxysilane in windscreen replacement work Sari Suomela16.05 – 16.15In vitro assessments of a novel sensitizer in accelerator-free gloves Kathrin Zeller16.15 – 16.25Occupational contact dermatitis among young people in Denmark – A survey of causes and long-term consequences Jeanne Duus Johansen16.25 – 16.35Implementation of a distance learning hand eczema prevention program for healthcare workers during the Covid-19 pandemic Rosella Gallo16.35 – 16.45Occupational sodium metabisulfite allergy in a baker with hand dermatitis Carsten Hamann16.45 – 16.55Photoallergic contact dermatitis from benzophenone in amusement park wrist bands Jakob Dahlin16.55 – 17.05Outbreak of occupational allergic contact dermatitis from a smartphone screen protector glue Maria Pastor-Nieto17.05 – 17.15Discussion I would like to register for the ESCD Congress 2022!