2018 Annual Meeting Preview

Symposia sessions for every subject and setting

The 2018 AAD Annual Meeting will offer a wide selection of symposia spread across all five days. Symposia sessions do not require tickets or prior registration. These sessions will be led by expert ... > MORE

‘Hot Topics’ speakers, topics announced

One of the Annual Meeting’s most sought-after sessions “Hot Topics” (S048) will be held on Monday, Feb. 19, from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. Like years before, this session allows attendees to choose the ... > MORE

Interesting industry sessions available in San Diego

Don’t miss out on a variety of Industry Non-CME (INC) Programs, which will be held Feb. 15-18, in San Diego. These unique sessions provide exhibiting companies the opportunity to present new research ... > MORE

Vital symposia to close out Annual Meeting scientific program

The 2018 AAD Annual Meeting concludes on Tuesday, Feb. 20, with two important symposia sessions. “What’s New in Dermatology” (S067) provides attendees with the latest dermatologic developments over ... > MORE

Spotlights on new advances in atopic dermatitis and psoriasis

Atopic dermatitis and psoriasis are among the most common reasons patients visit a dermatologist. Management for both conditions is changing dramatically as years of research produce new agents, new ... > MORE

Diagnosing distressing skin disorders

The Annual Meeting’s scientific program covers a wide selection of topics. Three sessions on Monday, Feb. 19, will engage audience members with the latest information and allow them to walk away with ... > MORE

Download the AAD Meeting Mobile App before the meeting!

Make sure to download the 2018 AAD Meeting Mobile App before you come to the meeting. You'll want to be ready to use its impressive functionality before you even get to the convention center. What can ... > MORE

Catch up on Late-breaking Research

What better place to learn about dermatology’s groundbreaking analysis than at the 2018 AAD Annual Meeting? The scientific program includes four “Late-breaking Research” sessions on Saturday, Feb. 17, ... > MORE

Guest speaker addresses physician burnout and the importance of wellness

Abraham Verghese, MD, the bestselling author of Cutting for Stone, joins the AAD Annual Meeting as this year’s Plenary guest speaker. Dr. Verghese will address a topic that is likely at the forefront ... > MORE

Achieve active participation in hands-on sessions

Firsthand education opportunities abound at the 2018 AAD Annual Meeting with more than 130 hands-on sessions, where attendees can enhance existing skills or learn new ones. The hands-on sessions ... > MORE