Start Date: Wednesday, September 30, 2020

End Date: Friday, October 2, 2020

Abstract Submission: 1 April 2020 – 1 August 2020

Abstract Notification: 15 August 2020

Venue: The congress will take place at the Olympic International Hotel located in West Tehran with easy access to main highways and major airports ( olympic hotel Website/ ).

Official Language: English will be the official language of the Congress.

Scientific Program: The program includes lectures, free communications, workshops, and technical exhibition.

General Topics
• Medical Dermatology
• Evidence Based Dermatology
• Dermatologic Surgery
• Lasers in Dermatology
• Cosmetic Dermatology
• Dermatopathology
• Tropical Dermatology
• Teledermatology
• Hair & Nail Disorders
• Pigmentory Skin Disorders

Registration *
Fee: ######
‏Low income countries (as set forth by the World Bank guidelines): ###### Euro as an Associate Member, or ###### Euro for those eligible for an e-Membership.
‏* The registration includes entrance to all scientific sessions (except designated workshops) and exhibitions areas, congress bag, lunch and breaks, as well as transportation with shuttle buses.The registration fee will be paid cash on-site.
IRAN in Brief
Iran is a country with the total area of 1,648,195 sq. km in the Middle East. The capital of Iran is Tehran (Teheran).The Iranian civilization was founded 6000 years ago in the southwestern part of present Iran. The most famous dynasties of the Persian Empire were the Achaemenids, the Parthians and the Sassanids. Some of these dynasties ruled over vast parts of the Asian continent for over 450 years. History has seen over 20 ruling dynasties in Iran. Before 1935 it was officially known as “Persia”. In 1935 the official name changed to “Iran” and after the 1979 Islamic Revolution, the official name was changed to “Islamic Republic of Iran (IRI)”. Iran is also well-known for caviar, hand-woven carpets, saffron, pistachios, rice, tea, etc.

TEHRAN in Brief
Tehran is the capital of Iran and Tehran Province. With a population of around 9 million in the city and 16 million in the wider metropolitan area, it is the largest city of Iran and the 2nd-largest city in
Western Asia, and the 3rd-largest in the Middle East.
There are many cultural places to visit in Tehran including Golestan Palace, Niyavaran Palace Complex, Sa’dabad Palace Complex, Saheb Gharani-e Palace, Tabiat (Nature) Bridge, Bagh-e
Ferdows, Tehran’s Bird Garden, Carpet Museum, Jewelry Museum, National Museum of Iran, and Milad Tower. The average temperature in Tehran in April is very mild between 12-23°C and occasionally parched with periodic rain.

Currency: The Currency in Iran is the Rial. You can exchange your foreign currency with Rials at your hotel or banks. Credit cards are currently not accepted in Iran.

Visa Information: All foreign visitors to Iran should have a passport valid for at least 6 months. A valid visa is required for most foreign nationalities. For certain nationalities (e.g. USA, Canada, and the UK) it may take 3-6 months in order to obtain a visa, so it is strongly recommended to apply for a visa well in advance. Please refer to congress website ( or contact congress secretariat ( for more information.

Local regulations: Importation and consumption of alcoholic beverages are forbidden in Iran. Women are required to cover their hair (Hijab).

Pre And Post-Congress Tours: Iran is a historical country and 10% of the World historic attractions are located in Iran. Tours for Tehran, Isfahan, Shiraz, Yazd, Caspian Sea, Kish Island, etc., will be arranged before and after the congress for those who are interested to visit these magnificent sights.