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PRELIMINARY PROGRAMME

28-31 OCTOBER 2015 - MARSEILLE, FRANCE

Table of contents
Welcome Address Page 3
Committees Page 4
Schedule at a glance

Page 6 -7

Scientific programme
Wednesday 28 October 2015

Page 8-10

Thursday 29 October 2015

Page 11-13

Friday 30 October 2015

Page 14-17

Saturday 31 October 2015

Page 18-19

Abstracts submission Page 20-21


General information & conditions

Page 22-24

Registration procedure Page 25-27


Accommodation Page 28-30
Transportation information Page 31
Social event Page 32

Key dates to remember


Deadline for submission of abstracts for free communications and posters: 7 June 2015
Early registration fees deadline: 19 July 2015
Hotel reservation deadline: 27 September 2015 (and then, upon availability)
Opening of the congress: 28 October 2015

Welcome Address
Dear Colleagues and Friends,
We are extremely happy to welcome you to the major joint meeting in the field
of Dermato-Oncology: the 11th EADO Congress and the 8th World Meeting of
Interdisciplinary Melanoma/Skin Cancer Centers, to be held October 28-31, 2015 in the
Palais du Pharo, Marseille, France.
Marseille is a city to be seen full of arts and culture and a perfect venue for a scientific
congress such as ours.
As Congress President, I have the great pleasure to host for the second time in Marseille
the EADO Annual Congress which previously took place in 2008. Since that date,
Marseille, the oldest city of France, was elected European Capitale of Culture in 2013,
which enables the city to show a new face with a mix of ancient and modern such as
the MUCEM museum, an inconic site symbol of the marriage between Marseille and
the Mediterranean, the new Vieux Port with its wide quays, a pleasure for strolling.
The EADO Annual Congress has grown to become one of the major events in the field with
an attendance varying between 700 and 1 200 delegates.
The World Meeting of Interdisciplinary Melanoma/Skin Cancer Centers started in 2007
and has since become a success story as well.
This joint meeting in 2015 will be the opportunity for international experts to discuss
surgery, adjuvant treatment, innovative diagnostic, imaging and treatment techniques
in skin cancers. Participation to this international multidisciplinary meeting is a strong
evidence of the crucial role of HCPs and researchers in the field of skin cancers.
But this meeting is also an outstanding occasion to meet dermatologists, oncologists,
surgeons, radiotherapists, anatomopathologists, clinical and research scientists and the
industry in the field of Dermato-Oncology from all over Europe, but also to a larger extent
from other continents.
We look forward to seeing you in October 2015 in the fascinating city of Marseille for new
scientific exchanges on skin cancers.
Professor Jean-Jacques Grob
Congress President
Department of Dermatology & Skin Cancer
University Hospital La Timone, Aix-Marseille University,
Marseille, France

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Committees
Local Organising Committee
Jean-Jacques Grob - France
Marie-Aleth Richard - France
Caroline Gaudy - France

Sandrine Monestier - France


Sylvie Hesse - France
Stphanie Mallet - France

Scientific Board
Brigitte Dreno - France
Reinhard Dummer - Switzerland
Claus Garbe - Germany
Jean-Jacques Grob - France
Axel Hauschild - Germany
Cleste Lebb - France
Grant Mac Arthur - Australia
Josep Malvehy - Spain

Jane Messina - USA


Hubert Pehamberger - Austria
Caroline Robert - France
Dirk Schadendorf - Germany
Vernon Sondak - USA
Alexander Stratigos Greece
John Thompson - Australia

EADO Board
Sibel Alper - Turkey
Peter Arenberger Czech Republic
Matilda Bylaite Lithuania
Vronique Del Marmol - Belgium
Brigitte Dreno - France
Reinhard Dummer - Switzerland
Colin Fleming United Kingdom
Ana-Maria Forsea Romania
Claus Garbe - Germany
Jean-Jacques Grob - France
Axel Hauschild - Germany
Christoph Hoeller - Austria
Lidija Kandolf Sekulovic - Serbia
Roland Kaufmann - Germany

Cleste Lebb France


Maria Isabel Longo - Spain
Josep Malvehy - Spain
Jeremy Marsden United Kingdom
Judith Olah - Hungary
Hubert Pehamberger - Austria
Giovanni Pellacani - Italy
Ketty Peris Italy
Caroline Robert - France
Eggert Stockfleth - Germany
Alexander Stratigos - Greece
Georg Weinlich - Austria
Iris Zalaudek - Austria

Notes

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Schedule at a glance (subject to changes)


Wednesday 28/10/2015

Thursday 29/10/2015
8.00
Parallel
session 1
Adjuvant therapy
9.30
10.00

Satellite symposium
MSD
13.00
13.30
14.00

15.30

Opening ceremony
Plenary
session 1
New drugs and
new trials
Coffee break
Opening of
poster area

16.00

18.45
19.15

Parallel
session 4
Free
communications 1

Plenary selected communication


Guest lecture
Satellite symposium
AMGEN

13.15
13.45

Poster
exhibition

Lunch break
Parallel
session 5
Melanoma
immunology

Parallel
session 6
Melanoma diagnosis /
pathology

Coffee Break / Poster exhibition

15.45
Advanced
dermoscopy
course

Parallel
session 7
Progress in targeted
therapy of melanoma

Parallel
session 8
Free
communications 2

Satellite symposium
NOVARTIS ONCOLOGY

Satellite symposium
ROCHE

17.15
17.30

17.30
Satellite
Symposium
ELEKTA

Parallel
session 3
New challenges in
drug combination and
strategies

11.45

15.15

Plenary
session 2
New drugs and
new trials

17.45

Coffee break / poster exhibition

11.30
12.15

12.00

Parallel
session 2
Epidemiology
/ challenges in
prevention and early
detection

Industry
satellite
symposium

Ice-breaker in exhibition area

18.30
20.00

Congress Dinner

Friday 30/10/2015

Saturday 31/10/2015

8.15

8.15

Parallel
session 9
Melanoma biology

9.45
10.15

Parallel
session 10
Genetics of melanoma /
UV and melanoma

Coffee break / poster exhibition


Parallel
session 11
Melanoma outcomes
measures / follow-up

Parallel
session 12
Management of brain
mets

11.45

Plenary selected communication

12.00

Guest lecture

12.30

Satellite symposium
BMS

13.30
14.00

15.30

11.45

13.00
13.15

Parallel
session 19
SCC and field
cancerization

Parallel
session 20
BCC and
advanced BCC

Parallel
session 21
Rare tumors

Coffee break / poster exhibition

Plenary session 3
The challenges of the skin cancer
centers
Closing ceremony

Parallell
session 14
Surgery of melanoma

Coffee break / poster exhibition

16.00
Parallel
session 15
Progress in
immunotherapy
of melanoma
17.30

11.15

Poster
exhibition

Lunch break
Parallel
session 13
Management of difficult
situations in melanoma

9.45

Parallel
session 18
Cutaneous
lymphoma

Parallel
session 16
My skin
cancer
practice,
EADO session

Parallel
session17
Free
communications
3

17.45
Satellite symposium
ROCHE

Industry satellite
symposium

18.45
20.00

Speaker's Dinner

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WEDNESDAY 28 OCTOBER 2015

Interactive course
(subject to changes)

14:00 17:30
Advanced dermoscopy course
Cours de perfectionnement en dermoscopie
Dermoscopy is an essential tool for the diagnosis and management
of skin cancers. The course is dedicated to those health care
professionals that have some experience in dermoscopy.
Seven of the best international experts in skin cancers and
dermoscopy will present clinical cases in an interactive format
to the audience with the intention to review interesting clinical
scenarios, clinico-pathological correlation and discussion of the best
management.
We will review diagnostic clues for melanoma and non-melanoma
skin cancer, dermoscopic monitoring of response to treatment and
prediction of prognosis, and dermoscopic markers for particular
genetic syndromes associated with high to skin cancer.
Cours de perfectionnement en dermoscop
La dermoscopie est un outil essentiel pour le diagnostic et la prise en
charge des cancers cutans. Le cours est ddi aux professionnels de
sant qui ont dj une exprience de la dermoscopie.
Sept des meilleurs experts internationaux des cancers cutans et de
la dermoscopie prsenteront aux participants des cas cliniques sous
forme interactive. Lobjectif est de discuter les scnarios cliniques les
plus intressants, les corrlations anatomo-cliniques et leur impact
sur la gestion des cas.
Nous discuterons des critres diagnostiques de mlanome et autre
cancer cutan, des critres qui permettent de suivre en dermoscopie
la rponse au traitement et dtablir le pronostic, ainsi que les
marqueurs de syndromes gntiques prdisposant au cancer.
Josep Malvehy (Spain), Giovanni Pellacani (Italy), Susana Puig (Spain),
Ralph Braun (Switzerland), Luc Thomas (France), Iris Zalaudek (Austria),
Ketty Peris (Italy)

WEDNESDAY 28 OCTOBER 2015

Scientific programme
(subject to changes)

12:00 13:00

Satellite symposium MSD


A New Order for Checkpoint Inhibitors
in Advanced Melanoma

13:30 14:00

Opening ceremony

14:00 15:30

Plenary session 1: New drugs and new trials

Ipilimumab
Cleste Lebb (France)
Pembrolizumab
Caroline Robert (France)
Nivolumab
Paolo Ascierto (Italy)
Ipilimumab + nivolumab
Jean-Jacques Grob (France)
Combo + pembrolizumab
Michele Maio (Italy)
T-VEC
Jrgen C. Becker (Germany)
Reserved
Reserved
15:30 16:00

Coffee break & opening of poster area

16:00 17:30
Plenary session 2: New drugs and new trials

Long term responses with vemurafenib and dabrafenib
Axel Hauschild (Germany)
Dabrafenib Plus trametinib
Georgina Long (Australia)
Vermurafenib plus Cobimetinib
Brigitte Dreno (France)
Encorafenib + binemitinib
Reinhard Dummer (Switzerland)
NRAS inhibition
Mark Middleton (United Kingdom)
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved

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Scientific programme

WEDNESDAY 28 OCTOBER 2015

(subject to changes)

17:45 18:45

Satellite Symposium ELEKTA :


New technologies in treatment of melanoma and
non-melanoma skin cancer

Industry satellite symposium

18:45 19:15

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Ice-breaker in exhibition area

THURSDAY 29 OCTOBER 2015

8:00 9:30

Parallel session 1: Adjuvant therapy


What is the right target population and the best comparator?
The US perspective
Vernon K. Sondak (USA)
What is the right target population and the best comparator?
The Europe perspective
Claus Garbe (Germany)
Update of results on adjuvant trials
Helen Gogas (Greece)
Perspectives on earlier use of drugs with demonstrated activity
at late stage
Alexander Eggermont (France)
Identification of aggressive melanoma
Josep Malvehy (Spain)
Neoadjuvant therapy
Vernon K. Sondak (USA)

8:00 9:30

Parallel session 2: Epidemiology /

challenges in prevention and early detection


Trends in melanoma epidemiology
Alexander Stratigos (Greece)
Will early detection solve the problem?
Josep Malvehy (Spain)
How to improve awareness of the population?
Vronique Del Marmol (Belgium)
Better understanding the key of melanoma recognition
Caroline Gaudy (France)
Best use of new imaging systems
Giovanni Pellacani (Italy)
What could be a cost-efficient organisation of early detection?
Florent Grange (France)
9:30 10:00

Coffee break & poster exhibition

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Scientific programme

THURSDAY 29 OCTOBER 2015

(subject to changes)

Parallel session 3: New challenges in drug


combination and strategies
10:00 11:30

Optimizing the immunotherapy / targeted therapy combinations


Keith Flaherty (USA)
Introducing new drugs beside the checkpoint-inh and the RAF-MEK
combo
Mark Middleton (United Kingdom)
Rechallenge with previous treatments
Paul Lorigan (United Kingdom)
Predicting response and loss of response
Olivier Michielin (Switzerland)
Scenario-driven strategies
Jean-Jacques Grob (France)
Reserved
10:00 11:30

Parallel session 4: Free communications 1

11:30 11:45

Plenary Selected Communication

11:45 12:15

Guest Lecture

Satellite symposium AMGEN:



Cancer immunotherapy-lessons so far and
future perspectives

12:15 13:15

13:15 13:45

Lunch break

13:45 15:15

Parallel session 5: Melanoma immunology


The new checkpoints of interest in cancer
Daniel Olive (France)
Long response and long responders
Georgina Long (Australia)
Host profiling and immune signature
John M. Kirkwood (USA)
What we can learn from adoptive therapy
Brigitte Dreno (France)
Reserved
Reserved

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THURSDAY 29 OCTOBER 2015

13:45 15:15

Parallel session 6: Melanoma diagnosis / pathology


What next-generation omics can offer to MM classification?
Alan Spatz (Canada)
Melanoma from unknown primary site: new approach of an old
question
Jane Messina (USA)
Borderline lesions: new approach of an old question
Arnaud De la Fouchardire (France)
Angiotropism and pericytic mimicry in melanoma progression
Raymond Barnhill (USA)
Spitzoid lesions: new approach of an old question
Jane Messina (USA)
Reserved

15:15 15:45

Coffee break & poster exhibition

Parallel session 7: Progress in targeted therapy


of melanoma
15:45 17:15

Update on resistance
Dirk Schadendorf (Germany)
New therapeutic candidate targets
Grant Mac Arthur (Australia)
How much dose and pharmacokinetics affect the results?
Philippe Saiag (France)
Monitoring drug response and therapeutic escape
Georgina Long (Australia)
Advance in multi-target therapies
Keith Flaherty (USA)
Targeting N-RAS mutated tumors
Axel Hauschild (Germany)
15:45 17:15
17:30 18:30

Parallel session 8: Free communications 2


Industry satellite symposium NOVARTIS ONCOLOGY

Satellite symposium ROCHE: Dual inhibition of the


MAPK pathway to maximize treatment benefit for BRAF
Mutant Melanoma patients

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Scientific programme

FRIDAY 30 OCTOBER 2015

(subject to changes)

8:15 9:45

Parallel session 9: Melanoma biology


Understanding clonal development and metastatic preferences of
different melanoma
Reinhard Dummer (Switzerland)
Epigenetics in melanoma
Michele Maio (Italy)
Understanding aggressiveness of melanoma
Lionel Larue (France)
Targeting cell cycle
Grant Mac Arthur (Australia)
Targeting downstream effectors
Caroline Robert (France)
Senescence and cancerization
Robert Balotti (France)

Parallel session 10: Genetics of melanoma / UV


and melanoma
8:15 9:45

New genes of importance for melanoma genetics


Brigitte Bressac de Pailleret (France)
Melanoma genetics in daily practice
Susana Puig (Spain)
Genotype / Phenotype
Julia Newton Bishop (United Kingdom)
Genes which may affect survival
Alexander Stratigos (Greece)
Interference between UV, vitamin D, and genetics
Julia Newton Bishop (United Kingdom)
What is the real role of UV in melanoma ?
Amaya Viros (United Kingdom)
9:45 10:15

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Coffee break & poster exhibition

FRIDAY 30 OCTOBER 2015

Parallel session 11: Melanoma outcomes measures /


follow-up
10:15 11:45

Which endpoint for which trial?


Axel Hauschild (Germany)
HR-QoL as an objective of trials with new treatments
Jean-Jacques Grob (France)
Should we change our surveillance algorithms to fit with new
therapies?
Cleste Lebb (France)
Blood and tissue markers primetime for prediction?
Dirk Schadendorf (Germany)
Reserved
Reserved
10:15 11:45

Parallel session 12: Management of brain mets


Neurosurgical specificities of Melanoma brain mets
Jean-Marie Rgis (France)
Combining on-demand gamma knife with new therapies
Sandrine Monestier (France)
Combining immunotherapy and radiation therapy
Laurent Mortier (France)
What can we expect from targeted therapy?
Philippe Saiag (France)
What place for whole brain radiation in adjuvant or palliative situation?
John Thompson (Australia)
Reserved

11:45 12:00

Plenary Selected Communication

12:00 12:30

Guest Lecture

12:30 13:30

Satellite symposium BMS: Melanoma in 2015:


Translating Emerging Data Into Clinical Practice

13:30 14:00

Lunch break

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Scientific programme

FRIDAY 30 OCTOBER 2015

(subject to changes)

Parallel session 13: Management of difficult situations


in melanoma
14:00 15:30

Management of patients with bad tolerance of targeted therapy


Caroline Robert (France)
Management of acute metastatic melanoma
Paul Lorigan (United Kingdom)
Metastatic uveal melanoma. How much results from metastatic
cutaneous MM can apply ?
Christoph Hoeller (Austria)
How to optimize cost efficiency of new treatments?
Hubert Pehamberger (Austria)
Reserved
Reserved
14:00 15:30

Parallel session 14: Surgery of melanoma


What is the overall message of large trials on sentinel mode?
John Thompson (Australia)
Surgery vs other treatment in lentigo maligna
Roland Kaufmann (Germany)
Node surgery after positive sentinel node
Alessandro Testori (Italy)
Operable advanced disease: still surgery or medical treatment as
soon as possible?
Claus Garbe (Germany)
Electroporation in skin cancers
Alessandro Testori (Italy)
How much can AJCC staging be improved (from anatomic criteria to
biological markers)?
Vernon K. Sondak (USA)

15:30 16:00

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Coffee break & poster exhibition

FRIDAY 30 OCTOBER 2015

Parallel session 15: Progress in immunotherapy


of melanoma
16:00 17:30

Update on Adoptive T cell therapy


Olivier Michielin (Switzerland)
Update on Intralesional immunotherapy
Claus Garbe (Germany)
How to optimize treatment with anti-PD1?
Paolo Ascierto (Italy)
How to optimize combination of checkpoint blockers with targeted
therapies?
Michele Maio (Italy)
Update in the understanding and management of immune adverse
events
Cleste Lebb (France)
What future for cytokines and vaccines?
John M. Kirkwood (USA)
16:00 17:30

Parallel session 16: My skin cancer practice,


EADO session

My message for sun protection


Marie-Thrse Leccia (France)
My algorithm for identifying patients who need nevus surveillance
Petr Arenberger (Czech Republic)
The way I manage everyday nevus surveillance
Matilda Bylaite (Lithuania)
The way I deal with melanonychia striata
Stphane Dalle (France)
The way I deal with Lentigo maligna
Ana-Maria Forsea (Romania)
The way I deal with ambiguous nevi in children
Stphanie Mallet (France)
16:00 17:30

Parallel session 17: Free communications 3

17:45 18:45

Satellite symposium ROCHE:


Building on experience: Optimizing treatment
outcomes for patients with advanced BCC



Industry satellite symposium

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Scientific programme

SATURDAY 31 OCTOBER 2015

(subject to changes)

8:15 9:45

Parallel session 18: Cutaneous lymphoma


Management of a patient with prelymphomatous skin lesions and
early stage mycosis fungoides
Marie Beylot-Barry (France)
Management of a patient with cutaneous CD30 +
lymphoproliferations
Maarten Vermeer (Netherlands)
Management of a patient with cutaneous B-Cell lymphoma
Florent Grange (France)
Management of a patient with Sezary syndrome
Pietro Quaglino (Italy)
Rare types of cutaneous lymphoma
Reinhard Dummer (Switzerland)
New targeted agents against CTCL
Martine Bagot (France)

8:15 9:45

Parallel session 19: SCC and field cancerization


Update on the management of invasive SCC skin
Alexander Stratigos (Greece)
Update on imiquimod
Iris Zalaudek (Austria)
Update on PDT
Nicole Basset-Seguin (France)
Update on ingenol mebutate
Marie-Aleth Richard (France)
Update on the other treatments
Susana Puig (Spain)
Choosing the best options for treatment of field cancerization
Eggert Stockfleth (Germany)

9:45 11:15

Parallel session 20: BCC and advanced BCC


Do we need a staging system to improve management of advanced BCC?
Jean-Jacques Grob (France)
Management of HHI adverse events and optimization of prescriptions
Caroline Gaudy (France)
Resistance to HHI
Nicole Basset-Seguin (France)
Is there any use of technology in the diagnosis of non-melanoma
skin cancers?
Giovanni Pellacani (Italy)
Update on the treatment of common BC
Iris Zalaudek (Austria)
Reserved

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SATURDAY 31 OCTOBER 2015

9:45 11:15

Parallel session 21: Rare tumors


Update on Merkel cell sarcoma
Jrgen C. Becker (Germany)
Update on DFSP
Philippe Saiag (France)
Cancers and neurofibromatosis
Patrick Combemale (France)
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved

11:15 11:45

Coffee break & poster exhibition

11:45 13:00

Plenary session 3: The challenges of the skin

cancer centers
Tissue banking and quality assurance
Alan Spatz (Canada)
Clinical organisation and Multidisciplinary board
Axel Hauschild (Germany)
International networking
Caroline Robert (France)
Melanoma Guidelines: from national to international guidelines
Claus Garbe (Germany)
What future for Melanoma registries
John Thompson (Australia)
Reserved
13:00 13:15

Closing ceremony

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Abstracts submission
The deadline for submission of abstracts is 7 June 2015
To submit your abstracts:
www.eado-melanomacenters-marseille2015.com
The Scientific Committee invites dermatologists, oncologists, surgeons, radiotherapists,
anatomopathologists, clinical and research scientists to actively participate in the 11th
EADO Congress & 8th World Meeting of Interdisciplinary Melanoma/Skin Cancer Centers
by submitting their abstracts.
The event will be an extraordinary occasion for scientific exchange. We look forward to
receiving abstracts for consideration and for inclusion in the scientific programme as an
oral or poster presentation.
Important dates:
Abstracts submission deadline: 7 June 2015
Selection results for oral and poster presentations: 29 June 2015
Late-breaking abstracts: the Scientific Committee recognizes that the results of some
research of primary importance will not be available by the general abstract submission
deadline of 7 June 2015.
Hence, the Scientific Committee offers a late-breaking abstract deadline for abstracts
that highlight novel and substantive studies of high impact.
The goal is to enrich the 11th EADO Congress & 8th World Meeting of Interdisciplinary
Melanoma/Skin Cancer Centers with outstanding studies that are completed after the
general abstract submission deadline but before 1 September 2015.
Please note that late-breaking abstracts are not a second chance for those who missed
the official abstract submission deadline. During the general abstract submission period,
authors are required to provide an abstract excluding the Results and Conclusions
sections, by the abstract submission deadline (7 June 2015).

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Instructions:
All abstracts must be written in English and submitted online via the event
website. Submissions by email, mail or fax will automatically be rejected.
The following subdivisions of your abstract are required:
Background
Methods
Results
Conclusion
Submission key words:
Field:
- melanoma,
- non-melanoma

- basic/translational research/ other
Category (min 1, max 2):

- epidemiology/ prevention,

- diagnosis/ follow-up/ imaging systems
- treatment
- surgery/radiotherapy/chemotherapy/others

- immunology/ immunotherapy

- molecular biology/targeted therapy

- pathology/biological markers
- other
The selected abstracts will be presented as oral presentations during free
communications sessions slots or as posters and will be published on USB keys available
to all participants.

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General information and conditions


Organizer

EADO (European Association of Dermato-Oncology) is an independent non-profit


organization dedicated to promote, coordinate and improve clinical and laboratory
research activities in the field of skin cancer including primary and secondary
prevention, early detection, clinical diagnosis and clinical and experimental research.
The EADO has an European and international membership of dermatologists, oncologists
and clinical as well as basic research scientists interested in the field of DermatoOncology.
The EADO provides leadership by formulating and disseminating quality standards and
guide-lines for diagnosis and treatment of skin cancer.
The EADO provides direction, coordination and organisations of clinical, therapeutical
and experimental trials in the area of skin cancer.
The EADO supports and organises meetings dedicated to the presentation of new
research findings, exchange of information and education for its members in the field of
Dermato-Oncology.
The EADO offers coordination and support of projects of the respective national skin
cancer groups.

www.eado.org
Venue and Dates
The 11th EADO Congress and 8th World Meeting of Interdisciplinary Melanoma/Skin
cancer Centers will be held from Wednesday 28 October to Saturday 31 October 2015 at
the Palais du Pharo Congress Center, Marseille, France.
Palais du Pharo 58, boulevard Charles Livon - 13007 Marseille, France
http://palaisdupharo.marseille.fr/en
The Congress is housed inside the Palais du Pharo (Pharo Palace), a 19th-century historic
landmark built by Napoleon III on a stunning headland overlooking the Old Port.
Prince-President Napoleon III visited Marseille in September 1852, a couple of months
before being crowned Emperor. He expressed his desire to build a residence on the
waters edge meant to embody Marseilles submission to the new rgime. Napoleon III
also saw it as a token of affection for his wife, Empress Eugnie, to whom he dedicated
the domain.

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General information and conditions


Begun in 1858, the construction was still underway when the French Second Empire
collapsed in 1871. Pharo Palace came under the ownership of the City of Marseille and
housed various medical and higher-education institutions.
Today, the Palace has been converted into a world-class convention center, covering close
to 40 000 square meters. Next to the twin Napoleon-era reception rooms, it features a
900-seat auditorium, conference rooms and an extensive exhibition hall.

Official language
Organized by an International Scientific Society, all presentations will be given in English.
Simultaneous interpretation will not be provided.

Congress Secretariat
EADO-MELANOMA 2015 MCI 45, cours Pierre Puget 13006 Marseille, France
Tel: +33 (0)1 70 39 35 64 Fax: +33 (0)1 53 85 82 83
Email: info@eado-melanomacenters-marseille2015.com
For more information about:
Abstracts submission:
abstract@eado-melanomacenters-marseille2015.com
Exhibition & Sponsorship:
exhibition@eado-melanomacenters-marseille2015.com
Registration & Accommodation:
registration@eado-melanomacenters-marseille2015.com
On-site secretariat (tentative opening hours):
Wednesday 28 October 2015: 11:00 19:00 Friday 30 October 2015: 8:00 19:15
Thursday 29 October 2015: 7:30 18:45
Saturday 31 October 2015: 8:00 14:00

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CME credits
An accreditation of the 11th EADO Congress & 8th World Meeting of Interdisciplinary
Melanoma/Skin Cancer Centers for the Continuing Medical Education will be asked to
the European Union of Medical Specialists (UEMS). More information on credits will be
posted on the Congress website.

Insurance & Liability disclaimer


The Conference Organisers and MCI cannot be held liable for any hindrance or disruption
of Congress proceedings arising from political, social, health or economic events or any
other unforeseen incidents beyond their control. The congress cancellation conditions
shall apply in any case. Registration of a participant entails acceptance of the cancellation
conditions.
It is recommended that participants obtain adequate cover for travel, health, accident
and cancellation insurance before they depart from their countries. ADEREM and MCI as
organizers will accept no liability for personal injuries sustained by or for loss or damage
to property belonging to congress participants and accompanying persons either during
or as a result of the Congress or during all tours and events

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Registration procedure
Access to all Congress activities is subject to registration.
Participants are encouraged to register in advance and as early as possible in order to
benefit from lower registration fees and larger selection of hotels.
You can register by submitting registration and payment via the Congress website:
www.eado-melanomacenters-marseille2015.com

Registration fees
Early
registration

Regular registration
From 20 July to 27
September 2015

Late & On-site registration


From 28 September 2015

Participant

450

525

625

Student
/ Resident *

130

160

190

250

250

250

Day Ticket

EADO members

10% discount on registration fee for EADO members.


Please indicate your EADO membership number during the registration
process to benefit from the discount.
Should you be interested in joining the EADO, please note that the
membership is free of charge.
Visit www.eado.org to join the association.

* A student is defined as a holder of a student identification card from a recognised educational institution or of an
international student card. Students must be studying full time to qualify for the discounted rate. A copy of your student
identification card is required when you submit your registration form. Without this copy, the full registration fee will
be charged.

Please note that for the French Continuing Medical Education agreement, the Late &
On-site registration rate applies.

Interactive course
Advanced dermoscopy course: 125 (registration rate for congress participant)
Advanced dermoscopy course: 250 (registration rate for course only, with access
to exhibition area, poster area and coffee break on 28 October 2015)
You can register to the above mentionned interactive course through online registration
system.
Please note: limited number of seats. Availabilities on a first-come, first-served basis.

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Congress Dinner:

Congress dinner: 90 per registered person

You can register to the above mentionned congress dinner through online registration system.
Please note: limited number of participants. Availabilities on a first-come, first-served
basis.

Registration fees for delegates cover:









Admission to scientific sessions and satellite symposia


Collection of abstracts (either on hard copy or CD-ROM)
Congress bag with congress documents
Ice-breaker on 28 October 2015
Lunches on 29 & 30 October 2015
Coffee breaks
Admission to exhibition
Admission to poster area

Registration policy

Deadline for pre-registration is 27 September 2015.

Should payment / registration be received thereafter, you will receive your

confirmation documents on-site at the Congress office

Registration and services booked can only be confirmed after receipt of full

prepayment

Registration on-site is possible during the entire congress within the opening

hours of the registration counters

Name change incurs a 20 handling fee

Modification(s) to your original registration(s) and/or hotel booking must be

notified in writing (by email, fax or mail) to the Congress Office

Should you have any special requests for the processing of your invoice, kindly

let us know when submitting your registration form. The re-issuing of an

invoice incurs a 20 handling fee

All fees are indicated in EUROS, and include 20% VAT

All prices listed are correct at time of publication, all rates and VAT rate are

subject to change
Cancellation policy
All cancellations must be notified in writing (by email, fax or mail) to the Congress Office
according to the following conditions and reimbursement will be processed AFTER the
congress:

Up to 19 July 2015: 70 will be withheld for administrative fee

Between 20 July and 27 September 2015: 50% of the total registration fee

amount will be withheld for cancellation fee

From 28 September 2015: no refund

In case of no-show or early departure, no refund will be proceeded

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Registration procedure
Method of payment
Payments should be made:
by credit cards (Visa, Eurocard, Master Card, American Express)
by cheque to the order of EADO MARSEILLE 2015 c/o MCI FRANCE
by bank transfer in EURO () to the order of

EADO MARSEILLE 2015 c/o MCI FRANCE to:
Bank name & address: LCL - Direction Entreprises - 19, bd des Italiens - 75002 Paris
Bank code: 30002 - Sort code: 05666 - Account number: 0000060133P - Key: 15
IBAN: FR91 3000 2056 6600 0006 0133 P15BIC / SWIFT: CRLYFRPPXXX
A copy of the bank transfer must be sent with the registration form. Do not forget to
mention on the bank transfer the name of the person you are paying for. The organizers
will not cover bank charges.
All costs have to be covered by the ordering customer and please mention free of charge
for the receiving account on all payments.

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Accommodation
Deadline for hotel reservations: 27 September 2015
After this date, any reservation requests received are subject to room availability and
cannot be guaranteed by the Organisers.
Hotel rooms at special Congress rates are being held for Congress participants in various
hotels of different categories near the Palais du Pharo Congress Center.
MCI France has been appointed as the official housing agent for the 11th EADO Congress
and 8th World Meeting of Interdisciplinary Melanoma/Skin Cancer Centers. No other
housing company or travel agency is authorized to place hotel reservations on behalf of
the Congress. Reservations made through any other agency cannot be guaranteed by the
Congress and may result in additional charges, incorrect hotel placement.
All rates are indicated in Euros, per night and per room (breakfast and local tax included).
Reservations must be made through the Congress Office to guarantee the indicated
rates negotiated for the Congress.
You can submit your reservation request by secure online registration and payment on
the Congress website: www.eado-melanomacenters-marseille2015.com

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Accommodation
List of hotels

Hotels

Cat

Room
type

Single
price B&B (1)

Double
price B&B (1)

Location

Sofitel Marseille Vieux


Port

Standard

211.50

240.00

Harbour
view

281.50

310.00

Novotel Marseille Vieux


Port

Superior

151.50

168.50

5 minute walk

MGallery Grand Htel


Beauvau Marseille Vieux
Port

Standard

181.50

207.00

20 minute walk
10 minutes by public transportation

Htel Carr Vieux Port

Standard

151.00

172.00

20 minute walk
10 minutes by public transportation

Standard

161.00

182.00

Superior

181.00

202.00

Rooftop
terrace

201.00

222.00

New Htel Vieux Port

5 minute walk

20 minute walk
10 minutes by public transportation

Escale Ocania Marseille


Vieux Port

Superior

202.00

214.00

20 minute walk
10 minutes by public transportation

Alize Marseille Vieux


Port

Standard

99.50

116.00

20 minute walk
10 minutes by public transportation

New Htel Marseille


Saint-Charles

Standard

101.00

122.00

30 minute walk
20 minutes by public transportation

Ibis Marseille Gare


Saint-Charles

Standard

110.00

121.00

20 minutes by public transportation

Holiday Inn Express Marseille Saint-Charles

Standard

120.00

121.00

20 minutes by public transportation

Ibis Marseille Euromditerrane

Standard

110.00

121.00

25 minutes by public transportation

Quality Hotel Marseille


Vieux Port

Studio

106.00

122.00

25 minute walk
15 minutes by public transportation

Htel du Sud

Standard

88.90

88.90

20 minute walk
10 minutes by public transportation

Htel Marseille Richelieu

Standard

160.00

160.00

10 minute walk

(1) Price including local tax. The local tax amount is valid at the time of publication, and is subject to change.

Important note: twin occupancy rooms are upon request to the Congress secretariat.

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According to their location, some hotels are at walking distance from the Congress
venue, some other a few minutes away by public transportation. There will be no shuttle
services provided by the Congress between the official hotels and the Congress venue.
Accommodation reservation procedure
Reservation per phone will not be processed.
All nights must be prepaid in advance. The amount corresponding to your
entire stay will be charged upon reservation and will be automatically
deducted from the total amount of your hotel bill at check out.
Upon receipt of your hotel reservation request, MCI France will mail you
an invoice/confirmation letter summarizing accommodation details and
specifying payment status.
In case of no-show, the prepaid night(s) will be held by the hotel.
If you shorten your stay, no refund will be made of the cancelled prepaid
room nights.
Bookings are ensured on a first come first served basis. However, in the
event that your preferred room type is no longer available at the time of
booking, the Organisers will do their utmost to accommodate your requests
with a similar alternative.
Hotel reservation cancellation policy - for individual reservations
All cancellations must be notified in writing (by mail, fax or e-mail) to the Congress
secretariat according to the following conditions:
Up to 28 August 2015: 50% of the deposit will be withheld for administrative fee
After 28 August 2015: no refund
For cancellation conditions for group reservations, please contact the Congress
secretariat.

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Travel & transportation information


Visa requirements
Travelling to France is relatively easy as it is in the Schengen Agreement zone. Obtaining
a visa to enter one Schengen State automatically entitles you to travel to and from all the
other Schengen countries. Maximum visa duration is three months. The Schengen states
are: Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany,
Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands,
Norway, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden and Switzerland). Please
note: the UK and the Republic of Ireland are NOT in this agreement.
If you need a visa to enter France, you must apply in person at the French embassy or
consulate in your country of residence. It is recommended you do this at least three
months before the intended date of travel. The documents you need vary depending on
where you live, please check the French Foreign Ministry website for comprehensive
details about visa requirements: www.diplomatie.gouv.fr.
Note: if another Schengen state is your main destination: you must apply to the consular
authority of that country. If your stay in various Schengen states is of equal length,
you must apply to the consular authority of the country through which you enter the
Schengen Area.
To request an official invitation letter for visa issued by the congress, please complete the
questionnaire available on the Congress website, chapter Registration & Accommodation,
Visa Requirements.

Travelling to Marseille
Marseille offers all facilities for welcoming participants in a very easy way with its
international airport Marseille Provence which is the 3rd most important French airport
and the top low-cost air terminal in Europe.
From here, there are hundred routes to 26 countries. Consult www.marseille-airport.
com for more details.
Shuttles from airport are convenient and cheap. Visit www.navettemarseilleaeroport.
com for more details.
Marseille can also be reached by train: the Mediterranean TGV (high speed train) reaches
the centre of Marseille (Saint-Charles station) from the centre of Paris in just three hours.

Air France

Air France is the official air carriers of the Congress.


To access the preferential fares granted for this event, use this link:
www.airfranceklm-globalmeetings.com
Event ID Code to keep for your booking: 23605AF

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Social event
Congress Dinner Thursday 29 October 2015
Le Palais de la Bourse

The Congress Dinner will be held in Marseilles Palais de la Bourse (Stock Exchange
Palace), one of the most perfect examples of Second Empire architecture to be found in
France.
It became the preferred meeting place for representatives of the regions economic
activities.
The Great Hall, designed by the architect Pascal Coste, is 35m long, 18m wide and 28m
high.
Price per person: 90 VAT included / 100 VAT included for accompanying person.
If you wish to attend the Congress Dinner, please book your seat during your registration
procedure on the Congress website.
Limited number of seats

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The Organising Committee thanks the following companies for their support:

Platinum sponsors

Gold sponsors

Silver sponsors

Bronze sponsors

Congress Secretariat
EADO-MELANOMA MARSEILLE 2015
MCI - 45 Cours Pierre Puget, 13006 Marseille - France
Tel: +33 (0)1 70 39 35 64 / Fax: +33 (0)1 53 85 82 83
info@eado-melanomacenters-marseille2015.com
For more information about:
Abstracts submission:
Registration & Accommodation:
Exhibition & Sponsorship:

abstract@eado-melanomacenters-marseille2015.com
registration@eado-melanomacenters-marseille2015.com
exhibition@eado-melanomacenters-marseille2015.com

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