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On behalf of the International Society of Dermatology (ISD), we are pleased to announce that the XIV International Congress of Dermatology (ICD) will be held from June 18 to 21, 2025, at the Rome Convention Center “La Nuvola”, under the auspices of the Italian Societies of Dermatology ADMG, ADI, ADOI, and SIDeMaST.

The ICD Congress was last held in Italy (Naples) in 1964, and we are delighted and enthusiastic that it is returning to Italy after 51 years.

Rome, the Eternal City, is a metropolis that blends eternal beauty, history, and spirituality. This city, as well as its host nation, Italy, is home to various world-renowned centres of excellence and training in dermatology. All roads lead to Rome!

The International Congress of Dermatology is held every 4 years, and with its theme The Roads of Dermatology, ICD 2025 will examine the future of Dermatology by bringing together physicians, researchers, and industry to promote and improve skin health for all. Together with ISD, whose mission is to improve care through sharing knowledge, increasing professionalism, and bringing together the diverse, global dermatology community, the ICD will be a congress without borders and will celebrate diversity, which will be represented by 6 roads that cross geographical boundaries and bring the world to the city where history and modernity meet.

Working diligently on two fronts has a common mission: inclusion in skin care through a global dermatology community that celebrates diversity.

We are delighted to welcome you to this fascinating and enlightening conference, where specialists from across the world will gather to exchange knowledge, share insights, and create collaborative discussions. Your participation adds significant value to our event, and we are convinced that your efforts will improve the overall experience for all attendees.

We look forward to welcoming you in Rome in 2025!

Prof. Giovanni Pellacani

Dr. Nancy Dattola

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