Toward a New Stage in the Practice of
Skin Lesions in Rheumatic Disease!


Join us for the 5th annual International Conference on Cutaneous Lupus Erythematosus in Tokyo, JAPAN, as a satellite meeting to the to the International Societis for Investigative Dermatology (ISID) meeting 2023

Dates: May 9 (Tue) -10 (Wed), 2023
Venue: Ito International Research Center of the University of Tokyo
7-3-1 Hongo, Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo

ISID (renamed from IID) is the five-yearly scientific meeting of the worldwide dermatological research and includes several pre- and post-satellite meetings. Approximately 2,000 delegates attend the meeting which combine prestigious guest lectures, plenary and concurrent sessions, sponsored symposia, poster presentations, a rich educational program and more.
The ICCLE conference, which is conducted in English, is a scientific meeting on Cutaneous Lupus Erythematosus and other rheumatic diseases. This satellite meeting of the ISID will bring together researchers, clinicians, young scientists and residents to assess the state-of-the-art, discuss controversy and present new data. It will lay important groundwork for further developments in the field. ICCLE is held on-site only and remote participation is not available.

ICCLE2023 office

Department of Dermatology
University of Fukui
23-3, Matsuokashimoaizuki, Eiheiji-Cho, Yoshida-gun, Fukui, 910-1193

ISID2023 Tokyo Satellite Meeting

International Program Committee

Minoru Hasegawa (Host, Chair)
François Chasset (France)
Benjamin Chong (USA)
David Florentino (USA)
Manabu Fujimoto (Host)
Filippa Nyberg (Sweden)
Shinichi Sato (Host)
Joerg Wenzel (Germany)
Victoria P. Werth (USA)

View the 2023 ICCLE program

(coming soon)

Abstract submission instructions

Abstract deadline is Jan 24 (Tue), 2023. More details to follow soon.

Please submit your abstract (studies or case reports on skin lesions of rheumatic diseases) no later than January 24 (Tues), 2023 to: with ICCLE2023 in the email header.
1. Abstract should be single-spaced.
2. Abstract should be typed using 12-point size Times New Roman font.
3. The title should be in block letters and bold.
4. Immediately after the title, the authors’ names and affiliations should appear. When listing authors from different affiliations, use reference numbers to organize.
5. Underline the abstract presenter’s name.
6. When using abbreviations, spell out in full the first mention, followed by the abbreviation in parentheses.
7. There is a limit of 2,300 characters for the text of your abstract submission (title, authors, institutions, abstract body and all spaces will be counted).

Abstract Template