Delegate Profile

Prof. Eva Peters

Company NameUniversitätsmedizin Charité & Justus-Liebig University

About

Prof. Eva Peters obtained a Degree in Medicine from the Humbold University (Berlin, Germany), an MD in Dermatology and a postdoctoral lecturer qualification in Psychoneuroimmunology from the same University. She also qualified as a psychooncologist and a trainer for atopic dermatitis and urticaria. In 1997, she first moved to the Boston University Medical School (USA) and then the Bradford University (UK) to deepen her knowledge in the skin´s endocrine functions. After an internship at the University of Hamburg 1998-1999, where she did extensive pharmacologic research on hair growth and greying in industrial cooperations, she returned to Berlin to start her own working group on skin neuro-immune interactions in 2004.

Since 2010 she holds a position both at the Universitätsmedizin Charité in Berlin and at the Justus-Liebig University in Giessen (Germany) and moved from stress-associated neuro-immune interactions in atopic dermatitis to their role in skin in general and in non-communicable diseases such as depression or diabetes. Her work is supported by Grants from the state of Hesse, the DFG and the BMBF.

She is a member of the Workinggroup Psychodermatology (APD) of the German Dermatologic Society (DDG) and Vice Speaker auf the Workinggroup Neuroendocrinoimmunology (AKNEI) of the German Immunologic Society (DFG) and an editor of PLOSone. She has filed a number of patents and received awards such as the Rahel Hirsch Habilitation Award of the Universitätsmedizin Charité in 2004 and the Pro-Derma Research Award Atopic Dermatitis in 2011. She has published around 100 original research and review articles and book chapters amounting to a Hirsch Index of 34. 

Conference Sessions

  • Emotions and beauty aspects in cosmetics: new insight and implications for the cosmetics formulator

    Tuesday14:00 - 17:3002 April 2019
    Workshop Room 1

    Cosmetic science and research in face care, haircare and body care has approached a ceiling in some extent: molecular biology, genetics and epigenetics are quit...

    • Language: English

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