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Improving treatment options for childhood psoriasis
Improving treatment options for childhood psoriasis

EADV Virtual 2021

Read time: 60 mins
Last updated:18th Oct 2021
Published:18th Oct 2021

Biologic heroes: Are you keeping up with the rapidly evolving treatment landscape for paediatric psoriasis?

Explore the sessions from this EADV symposium from September 2021, addressing current issues faced when treating paediatric psoriasis. Join the panel of psoriasis experts including the Chair, Professor Amy Paller, and Professors Marieke Seyger and Matthias Augustin who discuss novel treatments to address previous unmet needs in the paediatric patient, as well as provide clinical insight into differentiating between the new and emerging psoriasis treatments

How are new treatments addressing unmet needs in paediatric psoriasis?
How do we differentiate between the emerging biologic treatments for paediatric psoriasis?

Achieving long-term clearance in paediatric psoriasis
Live Q&A

The Biologic heroes: Are you keeping up with the rapidly evolving treatment landscape for paediatric psoriasis?’ symposium held at the 30th European Academy of Dermatology and Venereology (EADV) Congress 2021, explored the current and emerging biological treatments that are now available for treating paediatric psoriasis. They highlight how these novel treatments have bridged the gap by addressing previous unmet needs that presented a clinical challenge in treating paediatric psoriasis. They provide their clinical expertise and analysis to differentiate which emerging treatments are most suitable for paediatric psoriasis patients as well as discuss treatment strategies for achieving long-term clearance of paediatric psoriasis.

Meet the experts

Professor Amy Paller, Paediatrics and Dermatology, Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine, Chicago, United States

Associate Professor Marieke Seyger, Paediatric Dermatology, Radboud University Nijmegen Medical Centre, Gelderland, Netherlands

Professor Matthias Augustin, Institute for Health Services Research in Dermatology and Nursing, University of Hamburg, Hamburg, Germany