July 27

Experts to share tips for using lasers in aesthetic procedures

Lasers and Light Sources in Dermatology: How to Optimize Your Results and Avoid Complications (F030) Whether you are a novice or an expert in using lasers, you can learn the tips and tricks of ... > MORE

Plenary explores treatments, technologies

The Plenary is always a highlight of the Summer Meeting. Plan to attend from 9 to 11:30 a.m. on Friday in Grand Ballroom East. The session will feature five lecturers as well as the President’s ... > MORE

Dermoscopy course to review basics, highlight new uses

Dermoscopy from A to Z (C001) Dermoscopy is a key tool dermatologists and other skin care providers use to diagnose skin cancers earlier. A full-day course on Saturday will explain the common and ... > MORE

Molecular advances affect melanoma classification, treatment

Molecular Diagnostics and Emerging Therapies in Malignant Melanoma (F014) 1-3 p.m. Friday Sutton Complex Research has demonstrated that melanoma subsets can be classified at the molecular ... > MORE

Involving the patient is key in planning facial post-op repairs

Reconstructive Conundrums: A Patient-Centered Facial Subunit Approach to Post-Operative Repair (U018) Mohs surgery is an effective tool for removing cancerous lesions with precise margin control, ... > MORE

The promise of nanotechnology

The state of the art holds potential for reshaping diagnosis, treatment   Nanotechnology (U017) Noninvasive biopsies obtained by nanoparticles that sample tissue and are captured ... > MORE

Industry Non-CME Programs

Industry Non-CME (INC) Programs are scheduled each evening through Saturday at the New York Hilton Midtown. These programs do not qualify for CME credit, and all content is under the control of the ... > MORE