2014 Annual Meeting Wrap-Up

New heights scaled at AAD Meeting in Denver

If the weather remains unpredictable every year, one thing you can forecast is the success of the premiere dermatology meeting of 2014, the AAD's Annual Meeting, this year in Denver. The ... > MORE

Research session shines light on interesting new treatments

Several promising treatments for psoriasis, rosacea, atopic dermatitis, pruritus, and cancers, and even the effect of botulinum toxin on mental health were presented March 22 in a six-hour, two-part ... > MORE

International group seeks to close gaps in psoriasis research

To improve outcomes for the treatment of psoriasis, an international group of stakeholders has developed an initiative to gather more treatment data about the disease. The progress of the initiative ... > MORE

Evidence and expertise needed to translate psoriasis guidelines into practice

Strong clinical evidence and up-to-date guidelines do not automatically translate into good clinical practice. It takes expert guidance and advice to apply guidelines in the clinical setting and ... > MORE

Researchers target signaling pathways to develop pruritus treatments

An update of that research with a look at where it may be headed was presented March 24 at the AAD Annual Meeting during “Chronic Pruritus: Bedside to Bench Perspectives” (S042). The session featured ... > MORE

An #AAD14 Twitter selfie face off!

This year AAD Meeting News hosted its first ever Twitter photo contest during the 72nd Annual Meeting in Denver. And not just any photo contest — a selfie contest. From classic up-close selfies taken ... > MORE

Awards conferred for top posters

The American Academy of Dermatology Poster Exhibits Task Force announced the recipients of the 2014 Poster Awards during the 72nd Annual Meeting in Denver. The Academy congratulates all the authors on ... > MORE

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