Previous Events

2024

Date Speaker Affiliation Location Title (and link to recording, if applicable)

January 22 Alex Means, MD Medical College of Wisconsin Oshkosh, WI, United States The crucial role of dermatology in asylum medicine

February 9 Black History Month - special panel (special date and time - Friday 12pm ET) Link to the recording

Chesahna Kindred MD, MBA Kindred Hair & Skin Columbia, MD, United States

Vito Rebecca PhD Johns Hopkins Baltimore, MD, United States

Richard Huggins MD Henry Ford Detroit, MI, United States

March 4 Daniel Butler, MD University of Arizona Tucson, AZ, United States Aging and dermatology: a look at how we change with time

March 25         Zachary Schwager, MD Lahey Health Burlington, MA, United States A case based update on the pathogenesis and management of pemphigus

with  Marc  Yale (President of the International Pemphigus and Pemphigoid Foundation)

April 15 Avrom Caplan, MD New York University New York, NY, United States Difficult-to-treat dermatophytoses (not recorded)

April 22 Eva R. Parker, MD, DTMH Vanderbilt Nashville, TN, United States The intersection of climate change and dematology (Special Earth Day seminar)

May 6 Theresa Lu MD, PhD Hospital for Special Surgery New York, NY, United States Understanding the skin-lymphatic-lymp node axis in lupus  (Special Lupus Awareness Month seminar with Lupus Chat panel) Note: recording will be posted at a future date

2023

Date Speaker Affiliation Location Title (and link to recording, if applicable)

January 9 John Barbieri MD, MBA Harvard Boston, MA, United States Optimizing patient centered care in acne: reducing antibiotic use and optimizing outcomes with isotretinoin

January 23 Portia Goldsmith, MD, FRCP Barts Health & Homertwon Univ Hosp London, England Contact dermatitis and patch testing (Not recorded)

February 16 Amy S Paller, MD Northwestern Chicago, IL, United States Update on Genetic Skin Disorders

February 27 Jules Lipoff, MD Temple Philadelphia, PA., United States Grappling with our history of racism in dermatology: the legacy of Albert Kligman (May be posted in future)

March 6 Ning Xu Landen, PhD Karolinska Institutet Stockholm, Sweeden Decoding the RNA regulome in human skin wound healing (Will be posted pending publication of data) 

April 10 Howa Yeung, MD, MSc Emory Atlanta, GA, United States Skin health in transgender and gender diverse persons: current disparities and future equity

June 19 Victoria Werth, MD University of Pennsylvania Philadelphia, PA, United States Cutaneous Lupus Erythematosus: Insights into disease heterogeneity and therapy

July 17 Rohit Aggarwal, MD, MS University of Pittsburgh Pittsburgh, PA, United States IVIG in Dermatomyositis

August 7 Neil Rajan,  MD, PhD Newcastle University Newcastle ,  United Kingdom Clinical insights from inherited tumor syndromes

August 28 Dr. Shreya Andric North Sydney Dermatology Sydney, Australia Energy based devices in medical dermatology 

September 11 Karolyn Wanat, MD Medical College of Wisconsin Milwaukee, WI, United States Granulomas gone wild (may be posted at a future date)

September 25 Karen Wiss, MD University of Massachusetts Worcester, MA, United States Epidermolysis bullosa - from blisters to butterflies (not recorded)

October 16 Hongzhen Hu, PhD Washington University New York, NY, United States Scratching the surface: ion channel mechanisms of itch (not recorded)

November 13 Rosalie Luiten, PhD Amsterdam Univ Med Center Amsterdam, Netherlands Vitiligo and melanoma: from autoimmunity to cancer immunotherapy

November 27 Silvija Gottesman, MD Northwell Health Hyde Park, NY, United States Lichenoid and granulomatous dermatitis

December 18 Maryanne Senna, MD Lahey Health Burlington, MA, United States Scarring alopecia and JAK inhibition (not recorded)


2022

Date Speaker Affiliation Location Title (and link to recording, if applicable)

January 24 Avery Lachance MD, MPH Harvard Boston, MA, United States Fibrosis and sclerosis: tackling the "hard" connective tissue disease patient (not recorded)

February 28 Markus Boos MD, PhD University of Washington Seattle, WA, United States Dermatology and sexual and gender and sexual minority / LGBTQIA2S+ health

March 7 Chia-Yu Chu MD, PhD National Taiwan University Hospital Taipei, Taiwan Drug eruptions: from clinical observation to basic research (not recorded)

March 21 Prof Reuven Bergman Rambam Medical Center Haifa, Israel Melanocytic nevus and malignant melanoma: two separate entities or a continuous spectrum? (not recorded)

April 11 Sherrie Devito Harvard Boston, MA, United States Identifying culprit T cells in severe skin disease (not recorded)

May 9 Dr. Richard Weller University of Edinburgh Edinburgh, Scotland Ultraviolet Radiation and Systemic Health 

May 16, 2022 Dra Marcela Saeb Lima Centro Medico ABC Mexico City, Mexico Neutrophils, not so good 

May 23, 2022 Liv Eidsmo, PhD University of Copenhagen Copenhagen, Denmark Mechanisms of TRM-cell driven pathology in human skin (Recording available pending publication  of data)

June 6, 2022 Shari Lipner, MD, PhD Weill Cornell New York, NY, United States Inflammatory Nail Disorders 

June 20, 2022 Roxana Daneshjou, MD, PhD Stanford University Stanford, CA, United States Artificial intelligence in dermatology: towards fair and equitable AI

June 30, 2022 SPECIAL PANEL SPECIAL PANEL ON MONKEYPOX

Dr. Nicolo Girometti Chelsea Westminster Hospital London, United Kingdom

Dr. Folakemi Cole-Adeife Lagos State University Lagos, Nigeria

Dr. Shakirat Gold-Olufadi Univ. College Hosp. Ibadan Oyo, Nigeria

Dr. Emily Shaw University College London Hosp. London, United Kingdom

July 18, 2022 Prof. Edel O'Toole Blizard Institute, Barts London, United Kingdom Palmoplantar keratodermas: clinical diagnosis and a therapeutic challenge 

July 25, 2022 Donald Glass MD, PhD UT Southwestern Dallas, TX, United States Genetic/Molecular Pathways Underlying Keloid Formation (Not recorded)

August 8, 2022 William Damsky, MD, PhD Yale New Haven, CT, United States Sarcoidosis and granuloma annulare: molecular evaluation and new approaches to therapy

August 29, 2022 Steven Chen, MD, PhD Harvard Boston, MA, United States More than meets the eye: Transforming cancer care through dermatologic irAEs (will be posted pending publication of data)

September 5, 2022 Keith Choate, MD, PhD Yale New Haven, CT, United States Genetic investigation of rare inherited and mosaic disorders reveals novel pathways for disease pathogenesis and therapeutics

September 26, 2022 Liz Dawes-Higgs, MD Concord Hospital Sydney, Australia An Update in Vulval Dermatology

October 10, 2022 Khalil Ghanem, MD, PhD Johns Hopkins Baltimore, MD, United States Syphilis in 2022

October 31, 2022 Shawn Kwatra, MD Johns Hopkins Baltimore, MD, United States Prurigo nodularis: from bench to bedside (Not recorded) 

November 7, 2022 Monisha Madhumita, MD Father Miller Medical College/Hosp. Karnataka, India Virtual reality and the transformation of dermatology (Recording will be posted pending publication of data)

November 28, 2022 Prof Anthony Bewley, BA, Hons, FRCP Barts Helath NHS Trust London, United Kingdom Latest developments in psychodermatology (Not recorded)

December 12, 2022 David Beck MD, PhD New York University New York, NY, United States Somatic mutations and inflammatory diseases (Not recorded)

December 13, 2022 SPECIAL SEMINAR SPECIAL SEMINAR ON CUTANEOUS T CELL LYMPHOMA

Courtney Johnson MD, PhD Johns Hopkins Baltimore, MD, United States

Christiane Querfeld MD, PhD Beckman Research Institute Duarte, CA, United States


2021

Date Speaker Affiliation Location Title (and link to recording, if applicable)

January 11 Esther Freeman MD, PhD Harvard Boston, MA, United States COVID-19 Dermatology Registry

January 25 J. Michelle Kahlenberg MD, PhD University of Michigan Ann Arbor, MI, United States The Pathogenesis of Cutaneous Lupus Erythematosus

February 15 Ginette Okoye MD Howard University Washington, DC, United States Mycosis Fungoides in Skin of Color (not recorded)

February 22 John Harris MD, PhD University of Massachusetts Worcester, MA, United States Translational Research in Vitiligo: Launching a New Era of Targeted Treatments

March 15 Patrick Brunner MD, MSC Medical University of Vienna Vienna, Austria The Skin Disease Memory in Atopic Dermatitis

March 22 Andrea Tovar Garza MD Uniq Dermatology Nuevo Leon, Mexico Vitiligo Update: From Pathogenesis to Surgical Treatment

April 19 Misha Rosenbach MD University of Pennsylvania Philadelphia, PA, United States Sarcoidosis & Granulomatous Skin Disease: Where we are and where we're going (not recorded)

April 26 Shakirat Gold-Olufadi MD University College Hospital Ibadan, Nigeria Sexually Transmitted Infections: Where We Are and Current Management

May 17 Mark Pittlekow MD Mayo Clinic Phoenix, AZ, United States Paraneoplastic Syndromes: Past, Present, and Divining the Future

June 21 Angel Byrd MD, PhD Howard University Washington, DC, United States Unraveling the Complexities of Immune Dysregulation in Hidradenitis Suppurativa (not recorded)

July 12 Dr. Sergio Vano Galvan Ramon y Cajal Hospital Madrid, Spain What's New In Hair Disorders 2021

July 19 Keitaro Fukada MD Keio University Tokyo, Japan AIM2 Regulates Anti-Tumor Immunity and Serves as a Viable Therapeutic Target for Melanoma Immunotherapy

August 2 Olayemi Sokumbi MD Mayo Clinic Jacksonville, FL, United States Clinicopathologic Conundrum in Dermatology: Lessons Learned From Patient Care (not recorded)

August 16 Jaehyuk Choi MD, PhD Northwestern Chicago, IL, United States Cellular and molecular bases of cutaneous T cell lymphomas?

September 13 Ramon Grimalt MD Universitat Int. de Catalunya Barcelona, Spain Autoinduced hair loss in children

September 20 Michael Rosenblum MD, PhD University of California San Fran. San Francisco, CA, United States Regulatory T cells in Skin

October 18 Dr. Christian Sadik University Medical Center Lubek, Germany Identification and validation of LTB4 and C5 as therapeutic targets in pemphigoid diseases (not recorded)

November 8 Hunter Shain PhD University of California San Fran. San Francisco, CA, United States The Genomic Landscape and Evolution of Skin Cancer

December 13 Paul Ngheim MD, PhD University of Washington Seattle, WA, United States Merkel cell carcinoma: towards more effective, less toxic management

2020

Date Speaker Affiliation Location Title (and link to recording, if applicable)

October 19 Brett King MD, PhD Yale New Haven, CT, United States Therapeutic innovations for patients with inflammatory skin diseases

November 16 Brian Kim MD Washington University St. Louis, MO, United States New Mechanisms of Itch in Atopic Dermatitis

December 14 Niroshana Anadasapathy MD, PhD Weill Cornell New York, NY, United States Balancing tissue homeostasis and tumor immunosurveillance through DC : T cell crosstalk