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In the “Mile-High City” of Denver, this meeting will feature an interactive program for attendees to explore opportunities to contribute in areas of research & patient engagement. This two-day seminar will be held at the Grand Hyatt Denver Hotel in Denver, CO, this September 28-29, 2018. A distinguished national faculty will provide insights, information and guidance on topics related to Contact Dermatitis, and state-of-the art approaches to diagnosis and management.
- How can we work together to fill gaps in dermatitis care?
- How can we better educate our patients and our colleagues?
- How do the innate and adaptive immune systems interact?
- How do we identify protein allergens that cause dermatitis?
- Dermatitis messages we need to deliver.
- International faculty
October 2018 Back to Top
Abstract submissions for the 30th Anniversary Meeting of the American Contact Dermatitis Society is now open. For more information and to submit, click here.
The American Contact Dermatitis Society offers fellowships for the purpose of relevant clinical studies directed toward the subject of contact dermatitis. Studies which focus on clinical problems or have applications to clinical problems will receive preferential consideration. These fellowships will not exceed $5,000 each and will favor those in the $3,000 to $5,000 range.
One of the fellowships, the James R. Nethercott Clinical Research Award Fund, honors the memory and achievements of Dr. James R. Nethercott and will provide a clinical research award in the amount of $5,000 for young investigators studying occupational dermatology and/or epidemiology of contact dermatitis.
Eligible Candidates: North, Central and South American medical students, residents, fellows and North, Central and South American dermatologists or investigators within the first five years of their practice, are eligible to apply for these fellowships. Either the applicant or the sponsor must be an ACDS member.
Applications for the 2019 Research Awards are due October 15, 2018 and a second deadline of April 15, 2019.
ACDS mentoring awards are granted for the purpose of assisting young dermatologists including dermatology residents, dermatology fellows, or dermatologist up to 5 years out of residency to become leaders/experts in the field of contact dermatitis by acquiring additional academic skills which may not be available at their training institutions.
The applications are reviewed every 6 months on April 15 and October 15 of each year.
For application, click here.