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posted on 12.04.2021, 09:01 by Wan-Chun Chang, Riichiro Abe, Paul Anderson, Wanpen Anderson, Michael R Ardern-Jones, Thomas M Beachkofsky, Teresa Bellón, Agnieszka K Biala, Charles Bouchard, Gianpiero CavalleriGianpiero Cavalleri, Nicole Chapman, James Chodosh, Hyon K Choi, Ricardo R Cibotti, Sherrie J Divito, Karen Dewar, Ulrike Dehaeck, Mahyar Etminan, Diane Forbes, Esther Fuchs, Jennifer L Goldman, James H Holmes, Elyse A Hope, Shuen-Iu Hung, Chia-Ling Hsieh, Alfonso Iovieno, Julienne Jagdeo, Mee Kum Kim, David M Koelle, Mario E Lacouture, Sophie Le Pallec, Rannakoe J Lehloenya, Robyn Lim, Angie Lowe, Jean McCawley, Julie McCawley, Robert G Micheletti, Maja Mockenhaupt, Katie Niemeyer, Michael A Norcross, Douglas Oboh, Cristina Olteanu, Helena B Pasieka, Jonathan Peter, Munir Pirmohamed, Michael Rieder, Hajirah N Saeed, Neil H Shear, Christine Shieh, Sabine Straus, Chonlaphat Sukasem, Cynthia Sung, Jason A Trubiano, Sheng-Ying Tsou, Mayumi Ueta, Simona Volpi, Chen Wan, Hongsheng Wang, Zhao-Qing Wang, Jessica Weintraub, Cindy Whale, Lisa M Wheatley, Sonia Whyte-Croasdaile, Kristina B Williams, Galen Wright, Sonia N Yeung, Li Zhou, Wen-Hung Chung, Elizabeth J Phillips, Bruce C Carleton
Stevens-Johnson syndrome and toxic epidermal necrolysis (SJS/TEN) are potentially life-threatening, immune-mediated adverse reactions characterized by widespread erythema, epidermal necrosis, and detachment of skin and mucosa. Efforts to grow and develop functional international collaborations and a multidisciplinary interactive network focusing on SJS/TEN as an uncommon but high burden disease will be necessary to improve efforts in prevention, early diagnosis and improved acute and long-term management. SJS/TEN 2019: From Science to Translation was a 1.5-day scientific program held April 26-27, 2019, in Vancouver, Canada. The meeting successfully engaged clinicians, researchers, and patients and conducted many productive discussions on research and patient care needs.

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Chang WC, Abe R, Anderson P, Anderson W, Ardern-Jones MR, Beachkofsky TM, Bellón T, Biala AK, Bouchard C, Cavalleri GL, Chapman N, Chodosh J, Choi HK, Cibotti RR, Divito SJ, Dewar K, Dehaeck U, Etminan M, Forbes D, Fuchs E, Goldman JL, Holmes JH 4th, Hope EA, Hung SI, Hsieh CL, Iovieno A, Jagdeo J, Kim MK, Koelle DM, Lacouture ME, Le Pallec S, Lehloenya RJ, Lim R, Lowe A, McCawley J, McCawley J, Micheletti RG, Mockenhaupt M, Niemeyer K, Norcross MA, Oboh D, Olteanu C, Pasieka HB, Peter J, Pirmohamed M, Rieder M, Saeed HN, Shear NH, Shieh C, Straus S, Sukasem C, Sung C, Trubiano JA, Tsou SY, Ueta M, Volpi S, Wan C, Wang H, Wang ZQ, Weintraub J, Whale C, Wheatley LM, Whyte-Croasdaile S, Williams KB, Wright G, Yeung SN, Zhou L, Chung WH, Phillips EJ, Carleton BC. SJS/TEN 2019: From science to translation. Journal of Dermatological Science. 2020;98(1):2-12.

Publication Date

7 March 2020

PubMed ID

32192826

Department/Unit

  • FutureNeuro Centre
  • School of Pharmacy and Biomolecular Sciences

Research Area

  • Neurological and Psychiatric Disorders

Publisher

Elsevier

Version

  • Accepted Version (Postprint)