The Society is formed for the following aims and objects:
a. To promote the study of the physical properties of mammalian skin and adnexa in order to develop understanding of their structure and function in health and disease.
b. To promote development of instrumentation and standardized methods for measuring the properties of skin.
c. To promote investigation of the effects upon physical properties of skin by such agents as (i) drugs, (ii) toiletries and other products designed for use on the skin, (iii) diseases, (iv) occupational effects, (v) environmental conditions and (vi) aging.
d. To develop further techniques and instruments, embodying sound engineering principles for the diagnosis and treatment of skin diseases.
e. To promote the study and development of synthetic materials for skin grafting and as dressings for wounds.
Avenue Eugène Schueller
Phone: +49- 33- 16868-9641
'The ISBS is the only society dedicated to investigative skin research technology.'
Joachim Fluhr, MD.
University Hospital Berlin
Clinic for Dermatology, Venerology and Allergology
+49 30 450 618 027
+49 30 450 518 959
John Azeke, Ph.D.
N. Muizuddin, Ph.D.
C. H. Oh, MD.
Silvia Perez, Ph.D.
M. Tate, Ph.D.
K-P. Wilhelm, MD
Tim Lee, Ph.D.