Association of Professors of Dermatology

Association of Professors of Dermatology


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2020 APD ANNUAL MEETING - VIRTUAL CONFERENCE
Due to faculty and attendee travel restrictions and general uncertainty of the coming months, the APD will not be holding its 2020 Annual Meeting in-person in Chicago as originally planned.  Alternatively, we are thrilled to present the 2020 APD Annual Meeting as a Virtual Conference via Zoom. The APD Program Committee has assembled an exciting agenda over two days in the coming months of relevant topics for all in academic dermatology.

PART 1 - Saturday, July 18, 2020 >> AGENDA
PART 2 - Saturday, October 3, 2020 >> AGENDA

Details | Registration | Agendas | Faculty | Accreditation | DTEG
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REGISTRATION IS OPEN!  CLICK HERE TO REGISTER

CALL FOR DTEG ABSTRACTS
(posted 6/19/20) >> CLICK HERE
  2020 APD Lowell Goldsmith Lecturer
Rear Admiral retired (RADM Ret) Boris D. Lushniak, MD, MPH
Professor and Dean, School of Public Health
University of Maryland
College Park, MD
presenting
Public Health and Dermatology - The ABCs (Anthrax, BCCs, COVID-19 and more)

IMPORTANT MESSAGE:
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For any other questions, please contact Director of Membership, Katie Brown, katie@theassociationcompany.com. Thank you for your patience.

MISSION STATEMENT
The mission of the Association of Professors of Dermatology is to advance dermatology through exceptional education, science, and clinical care.

VISION STATEMENT
The Association of Professors of Dermatology is the recognized leadership organization of and voice for academic dermatology. It is a vitally important vehicle for networking and communicating among dermatology programs throughout North America, facilitating the exchange of information regarding best practices and excelling in programming aimed at the recruitment, retention, and mentorship of academic faculty and future leaders. The APD will be the leader in setting the standard for ethical practice, professionalism, and excellence in academic administration.