Late-breaking research returns to the Annual Meeting


Four “Late-breaking Research” sessions will be presented on Saturday, March 4.

Are you looking for the most groundbreaking research in dermatology? Then look no further than the 2017 AAD Annual Meeting’s ever-popular “Late-breaking Research” sessions. There will be four different forums on Saturday, March 4, on the following topics:

  • F056 – Late-breaking Research: Clinical Trials (9-11 a.m.)
  • F072 – Late-breaking Research: Clinical Studies/Pediatric (1-3 p.m.)
  • F073 – Late-breaking Research: Procedural Dermatology (1-3 p.m.)
  • F085 – Late-breaking Research: Basic Science/Cutaneous Oncology/Pathology (3:30-5:30 p.m.)

These forums will highlight the latest observations in clinical, surgical, and pediatric dermatology, as well as dermatopathology, therapeutics, and basic researchResearchers were invited to submit abstracts describing their most recent results. The researchers whose submissions received the top scores will discuss their findings in a brief oral presentation during one of the themed forums.

After attending these sessions, attendees will be able to accurately describe groundbreaking scientific developments in dermatologic research, and apply information from recent investigations into their own clinical practices.

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