Duhring Dermatology Lectureship Conference 2016-2017

Duhring Dermatology Lectureship Conference 2016-2017

Duhring Dermatology Lectureship Conference 2016-2017

Sessions

Topic Session datesort icon
Skin Microbiome 2/4/16
Syphilis in the 21st Century: Sex, Sores, Science and Surveillance 2/11/16
Cutaneous T-Cell Lymphoma-New Horizons 3/10/16
The nail in systemic disorders 4/7/16
Our Future- It's all about our people 5/5/16
Telewound care and wound healing 6/2/16
Genodermatoses: Guide for the Beginner and Aficionado 6/9/16
Challenges and Lessons Learned from Practicing Dermatology in Botswana 8/4/16
Molecular Mechanisms Governing Natural Variation in Ectodermal Appendages 9/1/16
Current Ethical Issues Facing the Dermatologist Investigator 9/8/16
Aging Skin: Clinical and Basic Mechanisms 9/15/16
Genomic Sequencing Analysis of Cutaneous T-Cell Lymphoma 10/6/16
Calciphylaxis 10/13/16
Lessons Learned from Bullous Pemphigoid 11/3/16
Burden, Barrier and Biologics 12/1/16
Psoriasis- Biology and Novel Insights 12/8/16
IL-1B and IL-17 responses against Staphylococcus aureus skin infection 2/2/17
The Role of Hair Follicles and the Microbiota in kin Immunity 2/9/17
Cutaneous Innervation and Neurodermatology: Clues to the Pathogeneis of the Symptomatic Scalp 3/9/17
Pemphigus in the dog: Spontaneous homologues of the human disease 4/6/17
Personalizing Care of Severe Cutaneous Drugs Reactions 4/13/17
Histopahtologc, immunohistochemical and molecular in cutaneous oncology 5/4/17
Use of a Dermatology ECHO Model to Improve Specialty Positioning 5/11/17
Discovery Through Inquisitiveness 5/25/17
Blood-borne microvesicles and stem cells in wound repair- How complex interactions may explain some clinical and epidemiological observations 6/1/17
Genetics and genomics of skin color patterns 9/14/17
Advanced Melanoma 10/5/17
Skin Deep into Targeted Anticancer Therapies 10/12/17
Practical Approaches to Treating Common Dermatologic Disorders in Skin of Color 11/2/17
Waging War on Melanoma Early Detection in Oregon & Beyond 11/9/17
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