Resident Round Up

The Skin Cancer Foundation’s 2018 Research Grants Awards Program
Skin Cancer Foundation
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The Skin Cancer Foundation is now accepting applications for support of pilot research projects related to all types of skin cancer. Researchers are invited to submit applications for one-year projects to be conducted in the dermatology departments of medical institutions within the United States. With the help of generous donors, The Skin Cancer Foundation has funded more than $1.6 million in res …
Bringing Teledermatopathology to Malawi
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An Interview with the Derm from the Heart Grant Awardees In 2015, Travis Morrell, MD, MPH and Ashley Hamstra, MD were awarded the Dermatologist from the Heart grant giving them the opportunity to bring a teledermatopathology lab to Malawi, Africa.   The Dermatologist from the Heart grant program is sponsored by La Roche-Posay and dedicated to young dermatologists committed to making their s …
5th installment of Krazy Kodachromes – LIVE NOW!
Krazy Kodachromes_5
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Our partner, Derm In-Review, is excited to announce that the 5th installment of Krazy Kodachromes is online now and ready for viewing! For the fifth installment, Dr. Adam Friedman along with award-winning educator Dr. Nasir Aziz provide their unique perspectives and insightful analysis during a live Kodachrome review session. Krazy Kodachromes is the latest study tool for dermatology …
Krazy Kodachromes – Live now!
Krazy Kodachromes
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Our partner, Derm In-Review, is excited to announce that the 4th installment of Krazy Kodachromes is online now and ready for viewing! Dr. Adam Friedman along with award-winning educators Dr. Yasmine Kirkorianand Dr. Frank Glass provide their unique perspectives and insightful analysis during a live Kodachrome review session. Krazy Kodachromes is the latest study tool for dermatolo …
From the ODAC experts: Board Review Pearls
boards pearls of wisdom
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Compiled by Dr. Sheila Jalalat Highlights: key word associations for boards Neal Bhatia, MD Read CME in JAAD every Month 55% of the Boards is Kodachrome based Minocycline hyperpigmentation- Type 1 is most common and involves areas of previous inflammation and scarring Minocycline hypersensitivity reaction – hepatitis and facial edema Minocycline causing Lupus-like drug react …