Part of a progressive medical subspecialty, ASDS member dermatologists perform medically necessary and cosmetic procedures to improve the health, function and beauty of skin through every stage of life.
Performing more than 5 million cosmetic procedures each year, ASDS member dermatologists offer many treatments that are less intense, safer and have quicker recovery times than ever before.
Any suspicious new growths or changes should be examined by a dermatologist immediately. ASDS member dermatologists are trained to select the best treatment choice based on the individual patient.
Offering a range of office-based cosmetic procedures, ASDS member dermatologists can select the appropriate treatment choice to meet your individual goals.
Love what you see in the mirror! No matter what the occasion, you'll look and feel your best when ASDS member dermatologists combine their training and expertise with the widest range of options available.
A first-of-its-kind scientific study reveals dermatologists are the
premier innovators in 14 of 18 categories of non-invasive and minimally
invasive cosmetic medical procedures.
ASDS members offer free skin cancer screenings year-round as part of
the Choose Skin Health program.
Share your expert knowledge and latest research with colleagues by submitting abstracts by May 15 for the 2017 ASDS Annual Meeting, Oct. 5-8, in Chicago. Authors may submit up to three abstracts each for oral or poster presentation. Highly-rated oral abstracts will be placed in conjunction with key, highlighted main general sessions. Inquire about commercially-sponsored poster abstracts.
ASDS membership is the single, most powerful means to advance your skills and understanding of cosmetic, Mohs, reconstructive and general dermatologic procedures and to enhance your practice image among consumers and referring physicians. ASDS helps deepen your expertise, elevate your practice and ultimately experience better results. Join today!
Develop the essential skills to become a leader in dermatologic surgery by applying by April 21 for the 2017-18 ASDS Future Leaders Network. The free one-year curriculum matches young professionals with mentors for leadership and project management training along with a focused project impacting the specialty.
Apply online now for a Cutting Edge Research Grant (CERG). In 2017, up to $100,000 will be awarded in amounts up to $20,000 per recipient for research relevant to dermatologic surgery and/or cutaneous oncology. Proposals for board-directed research topics, evidence-based medicine, comparative efficacy research, quality studies or patient safety studies is strongly encouraged.
Share dermatologic surgery expertise worldwide while enhancing training and patient care among the international community with the International Traveling Mentorship Program. To join the network of 150 international mentors and hosts, fill out the application online. Limited travel reimbursement is available for approved program participants.
Corporate partners are encouraged to exhibit at the ASDS Annual Meeting and educational courses throughout the year that are targeted to both beginning and experienced dermatologic surgeons.
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Learn about the various partnership opportunities available for 2017 that will maximize market potential by providing exceptional visibility, outreach and value.
Reach key decision-makers in dermatologic surgery by advertising in a variety of targeted publications that can assist in delivering messages and promoting products or services.
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H. William Higgins II, M.D., M.B.E., of Providence, Rhode Island, recently was recognized as an emerging leader of the American Society for Dermatologic Surgery with the ASDS Award for Outstanding Service.
Four members of the American Society for Dermatologic Surgery recently were recognized with the President’s Award for their extraordinary contributions to the Society or the specialty as a whole.
Thomas E. Rohrer, M.D., began his term as President of the American Society for Dermatologic Surgery and the American Society for Dermatologic Surgery Association during the 2016 ASDS Annual Meeting in New Orleans.
The American Society for Dermatologic Surgery (ASDS) recently awarded Jean D. Carruthers, M.D., of Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, the Samuel J. Stegman Award for Distinguished Service.
The American Society for Dermatologic Surgery has awarded a total of $99,522 to seven new clinical research projects through its Cutting Edge Research Grant program.
ASDS is recognized as the premier specialty group representing dermatologists performing all procedures – cosmetic, general, reconstructive and Mohs. ASDS members are experts in treating skin and soft tissue with surgical and non-surgical methods.