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British beauty scientist educates over 300 Pakistani dermatologists

Lahore/Islamabad, November 17, 2007: Dr. Steve Shiel, Principal Scientist from P&G Beauty, the makers of Head & Shoulders, addressed over 300 dermatologists today at the 26th PAD and 5th SARAD Conference of Dermatology. He presented his paper titled, “Dandruff: Physiology, Aetiology and Treatment Strategies”.
Dr. Shiel, who has a PhD in Organometallic Chemistry from the University of Birmingham, has focused his research on understanding the desires of consumers around the world, and translating this understanding into breakthrough technical solutions.

Commenting on the PAD conference, Dr. Shiel said: “This conference is the perfect platform for discussing and understanding the needs of consumers in this region. P&G Beauty, makers of Head and Shoulders, is closely working with scientific associations all over the world in understanding and designing superior quality products. The Pakistan Association of Dermatologists has worked for a similar cause in Pakistan and it is a great pleasure for both P&G and Head and Shoulders to work with them in this area. We find them to be extremely dedicated to enlightening dermatologists on recent advancements that are highly relevant to their practices.”

“The PAD conference has been designed to keep Pakistan’s dermatologists updated on recent advancements in the field of beauty sciences. More so, this year’s theme New Horizons in Asia Dermatology aims to provide an insight into how dermatologists face various skin diseases and what are the different learnings from across the region that can be applied as remedies”, said Prof. Dr. Syed Atif Hasnain Kazmi, Chairman of the organizing committee for the 26th PAD conference, while sharing his views on PAD’s initiatives.

The Pakistan Association of Dermatologists (PAD) was founded in January, 1979. The idea for a body to represent Dermatologists of the Country was conceived for the simple reason that none existed. At the time of inception, PAD comprised of only 33 Life and Associate Members and today PAD has over 230 Life Members. The first National Conference of Dermatology was held at Karachi in 1982 whereas the first International Conference was organized at Rawalpindi in 1983. Since 1982, these Annual Conferences have become a regular event.
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