Scientific Program

STRUCTURE OF THE CONGRESS

The structure of the UHRS 2019 Congress follows the tradition of holding meetings of European and World Hair Research Congresses and will include scientific reports, plenary sessions, workshops, satellite symposia, participation of patient organizations, poster presentations and abstracts are also planned. 

UNIQUE FEATURE - TRIHOSCOPIC COURSE

A unique feature of the scientific program of the UHRS Congress 2019 is the trichoscopic course from the founders of the World Trichoscopy Society (WTS) - Professor Lidia Rudnicka (Poland), Professor Antonella Tosti (USA), Dr. Rodrigo Pirmez(Brazil) and Dr. Daniel Segal (Mexico). Participants will be able to learn trichoscopy from the authors of this technique. During the trichoscopic course a Workshop is planned, which will be conducted by the founder of this diagnostic direction, Professor Antonella Tosti. The delegates of our Congress will have the opportunity to see and learn a practical algorithm of trichoscopy.

HISTORICAL EVENT IN THE SPHERE OF TRICHOLOGY

To the dates for the Congress, we devoted a historic event in the field of trichology - the publication of the Russian version of the Atlas of Trichoscopy (Atlas of Trichoscopy), released in 2012, edited by Professor Lidia Rudnicka of the world famous publishing house Springer. A gift for all participants of UHRS2019 will be a presentation of the Russian edition of the Atlas on trichoscopy with an autograph session.

TOP TOPIC OF THE SECOND DAY

The top topic of the second day is devoted to regenerative techniques in trichology. Modern areas of research and future methods of therapeutic treatment are follicular stem cells as well as the technology of cultivation of hair follicle tissues. The key speaker of the second day of UHRS2019 is Prof. Rui Oliveira Suárez (Portugal). His plenary report will be devoted to modern possibilities in hair regeneration. Methods of using autologous cells in trichology, the achievements of biologists and geneticists on the modeling of follicular neogenesis and innovative methods in trichopharmacology that promote follicular regeneration will be highlighted.

SOCIAL ADAPTATION OF PATIENTS WITH CRITICAL HAIR CONDITIONS

An individual session will be devoted to social adaptation of patients with critical hair conditions. Practical recommendations will be highlighted in the work of the tandem of psychologists, trichotherapists and specialists in surgical hair restoration, as well as modern innovative methods of aesthetic correction of tricopathologies. Within the framework of the Congress, a unique satellite is planned from the world-famous leading manufacturer of hair prostheses Cesare Rogazzi (Italy) on the use of a hair replacement system designed for patients whose treatment is currently not effective. Aesthetic trichology will be continued by Workshop on trihopigmentation from specialist in reconstructive hair surgery Jamila Pulatova (Uzbekistan). The workshop will highlight the author's algorithms of combined methods of trichotherapy, transplantation and trichopigmentation of hair.

SESSION FOR YOUNG SPECIALISTS

And, traditionally, the scientific program of the Congress UHRS 2019 provides for a session for young professionals. If in your practice you had interesting clinical cases, rare diseases, or non-standard course of them, if you are a participant of a fundamental or clinical hair study and you would like to share your observations with colleagues, we invite you to submit abstracts to participate in the Congress. Ukrainian Hair Research Society presents 1 travel grants for participation in WCHR2019, which will be held in Barcelona, ​​Spain, from April 24 to April 27 2019. Travel grants as well as prizes and awards will be presented at the closing ceremony of the Congress.

GALA DINNER

In the evening of February 9 we invite our delegates to a gala dinner held in the very heart of the capital. We are hosted by the restaurant "Lipsky" to enjoy Ukrainian hospitality and originality of national cuisine in the atmosphere of ancient Kiev!

Day 1

800 - 900

Registration/welcome coffee

900 - 910

Introduction

Yuliya Ovcharenko, Lidia Rudnicka, Aleksandr Litus

910 - 930

What's new in trichology

Yuliya Ovcharenko (Ukraine)

930 - 945

Lidia Rudnicka (Poland)

Trichoscopy structures (hair shafts, dots, scaling)

Rodrigo Pirmez (Brazil)

What is normal in trichoscopy? Tips, Tricks and artifacts

Lidia Rudnicka (Poland)

Alopecia areata

Antonella Tosti (USA)

Androgenetic alopecia

Daniel Sigall (Mexico)

Trichotillomania and mechanical hair shaft injury

Yuliya Ovcharenko (Ukraine)

Genetic hair shaft disorders

Kuzma Khobzei (Ukraine)

Trichoscopy equipment

Kuzma Khobzei (Ukraine)

Live trichoscopy

Lidia Rudnicka, Antonella Tosti, Rodrigo Pirmez, Daniel Sigall, Rui Oliveira Soares, Nino Lortkipanidze, Inessa Serbina, Sofia Papanikou, Yuliya Ovcharenko

Pannel discussion

Day 2

900 - 920

Keynote lecture

Oleksandr Litus (Ukraine)

Role of epigenetics in development of dermatoses

920 - 1030

Session 1 Clinical Cases

Natalya Kruk (Belarus)

Trichopathies in children

Ekaterina Denisova (Russia)

Possibilities of surgical correction of the affected scalp areas in patients with extensive form of lichen planus

Larisa Parkadze (Georgia)

Role of phsycocorrection in treatment of trichological patients

Madina Mirzakeyeva (Kazakhstan)

Problems of hair loss in patients with mental diseases related to neuroleptic therapy

Ivan Baranov (Ukraine)

Comparison of cell therapy methods in trichology and hair transplantation

Alina Mantula (Украина)

Hallopeau syndrome

Irina Boyko (Ukraine)

Polyrevitalising mesotherapy in complex treatment of AGA. Productive cases.

Svitlana Diachuk (Ukraine)

Neoplasms on scalp in the practice of trichologist. Mistakes in diagnostics and tactics

Diana Dorosh (Ukraine)

Efficacy of antioxidant therapy in complex treatment of AGA

1030 - 1100

Coffee break/Workshop Hair Replacement Systems Part 1

1200 - 1300

Lunch/Poster Session

1300 - 1330

Rodrigo Pirmez (Brazil)

Classic lichen planopilaris and frontal fibrosing alopecia

Nino Lortkipanidze (Georgia)

Discoid lupus erythematosus

Antonella Tosti (USA)

Alopecia areata incognita

Daniel Sigall (Mexico)

Dissecting cellulitis and folliculitis decalvans

Daniel Sigall (Mexico)

Tinea capitis and parasitic scalp infection

Inessa Serbina (Ukraine)

Inflammatory scalp diseases

Sofia Papanikou (Greece)

Interactive Cases

1500 - 1510

Discussion

1510 - 1540

Coffee/Poster Session

1540 - 1555

Trichoscopy of eyebrows and eyelashes

Kuzma Khobzei (Ukraine)

1555 - 1610

Dermoscopy features of scalp tumors

Raimonds Karls (Latvia)

1610 - 1625

Trichoscopy in hair transplantation

Rui Oliveira Soares (Portugal)

1625 - 1640

Uncommon cases of hair loss in children

Antonella Tosti (USA)

1640 - 1655

Trichoscopy in general medicine

Lidia Rudnicka (Poland)

1655 - 1725

QUIZ

Yuliya Ovcharenko, Kuzma Khobzei

1725 - 1800

Atlas presentation/Autograph session

Yuliya Ovcharenko, Lidia Rudnicka

2000 - 2300

Gala Dinner

The transfer to the Gala Dinner venue will be waiting for the guests at the Hotel Intercontinental at 7.30 pm

1100 - 1300

Plenary session: Regeneretaive and Reconstructive Trichology

Rui Oliveira Soares (Portugal)

PRP/Stem cells in AGA – What is the evidence?

Yuliya Ovcharenko (Ukraine)

Autologous cell therapy in trichology. Revolution or evolution?

Pedro Eredia (Spain)

PRGF of biotechnology institution BTI: change of plasm therapy paradigm. Efficacy of PRFG in trichology from the side of evidence-based medicine

Vladimir Tsepkolenko (Ukraine)

Experience of using autofibroblasts in skin and hair regeneration

Akaki Tsilosani (Georgia)

Which method of hair transplantation is better?

Jamila Pulatova (Uzbekistan)

Abilities of trichopigmentation in reconstructive trichology

1300 - 1400

Lunch/Workshop Trichopigmintation

1400 - 1540

Session 2: School of Alopecia

Abraham Zlotogorski (Israel)

What’s new in alopecia areata treatment?

Alizhon Baltabaev (Kirghizia)

Influence of vitamin D content on clinical severity of alopecia areata

Fatima Azimova (Uzbekistan)

Signal molecules in alopecia areata

Aida Gadzhigoroeva (Russia)

Are there any prospects in the treatment of alopecia areata?

Inessa Serbina (Ukraine)

Problems of comorbidity in alopecia areata: should a new approach be implemented?

Ruta Barkauskaite (Lithuania)

Alopecia areata: what treats and what causes harm at the doctor’s office. Psychologist’s view

1545 - 1615

Coffee break/Workshop Hair Replacement Systems Part 2

1615 - 1745

Session 3: Innovations in Trichotherapy

Tatyana Protsenko (Ukraine)

Hair loss: differential diagnosis, strategy and management tactics

Diana Dorosh (Ukraine)

Efficacy of antioxidant therapy in complex treatment of involutive alopecia

Murat Turkoglu (Turkey)

Phytoextracts and their influence on the gene expression level of selective factors in immortalized keratocytes of a human

Kuzma Khobzei (Ukraine)

Seborrheic dermatitis and Co. Practical advice.

Yuliya Ovcharenko (Ukraine)

Search for personalized AGA treatment

1745 - 1800

Awards, Grants, Rreviews, Closing Ceremony of the Congress"

Yuliya Ovcharenko, Aleksandr Litus