December 8

Exciting Plenary, new scientific sessions, and more in San Francisco

By Joan Guitart, MD Chair, AAD Scientific Assembly Committee At the AAD's 73rd Annual Meeting, you will see the return of the sessions you have found useful in the past, as well as several ... > MORE

New hands-on simulation workshops offered

The Academy is offering several new hands-on workshops in three areas: nail surgery, suture techniques, and dermal filler injections. Expert faculty will demonstrate a variety of procedures in each of ... > MORE

Get out your smartphone and send us a film!

We are kicking off our inaugural Annual Meeting video contest (a/k/a “the Academy's Awards for Best Short Film”). Send us a short video — no more than a minute long — about why you're attending the ... > MORE

New RAPID session will improve and document care

AAD is offering a new session, “RAPID: A QI Program Targeting Risk Factor Reduction in Psoriasis” (W014), from 1 to 3 p.m. Saturday, March 21. The RAPID (Risk Assessment Program to Improve and ... > MORE

Present your ground-breaking research at the Annual Meeting

The Academy invites all members to submit their abstract presentations for review and selection for the “Late-Breaking Research in Dermatology” forums at the 73rd Annual Meeting,. These forums ... > MORE

Advance registration and housing for 73rd Annual Meeting now open!

It's that time of year — time to register for the American Academy of Dermatology's Annual Meeting, March 20-24, 2015, in San Francisco. Like last year, advance registration and housing for the 73rd ... > MORE

New Board Prep for Residents course — get right on it now!

There's a lot of buzz, and deservedly so, about the “Board Prep for Residents” (CRS C005) session that has been slated for the AAD's 73rd Annual Meeting in San Francisco. New for 2015, the AAD will ... > MORE

AAD in San Francisco in 2015: Why the Bay Area matters to dermatology

By Patricia Engasser, MD The 2015 AAD Annual Meeting is being held in one of the most interesting and exciting places in the world today. Living here is akin to living in Florence at the birth ... > MORE