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There is an International Dermoscopy Society Research Award 2015 for the upcoming World Dermoscopy Congress in Vienna (7000 euros). Additionally, 10 travel grants (1000 euros each) will be provided for clinicians coming from developing countries. Please follow the submission guidelines and requirements!

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Subspecialty meeting of the International Dermoscopy Society at the 22nd EADV Congress, Istanbul 2013.
Wednesday, 2 October, 2013 at 10:15 - 13:15

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