Update #1: February 2010

In the last days our platform moved to a new server infrastructure to enhance the quality and availability of our services. Due this change there were temporary problems concerning the availability of the ids homepage and the ids forum. Since this morning all services are again back on track.

Furthermore it is our pleasure to forward you the Announcement of the ISDIS meeting during the annual meeting of the AAD in Miami. Meeting Announcement ISDIS Please join us for the 5th annual meeting of the International Society for Digital Imaging of the Skin (ISDIS), http://www.i-s-d-i-s.com . The meeting will be held in conjunction with the annual meeting of the American Academy of Dermatology in Miami. The meeting is a unique opportunity to interact with other clinicians and researchers who are leaders in the field of skin imaging and enthusiastic about implementation of non-invasive imaging in the clinic.

Time: Friday, March 5th, 2010, 5:30-7:00 pm

Place: Shelborne Beach Resort, 1801 Collins Avenue, Miami, Florida

Scientific Program: We have lined up an outstanding faculty of skin imaging experts to speak on clinically important topics on new and emerging skin imaging technologies including:

  • Magnetic resonance imaging of skin
  • Automatic change detection system for total body photography
  • Melafind: use in private practice
  • Reflectance confocal microscopy assessment of shave biopsy margins in vivo

Speakers: Allan Halpern MD, Edward Cowen MD, Clara Curiel MD, Harold Rabinovitz MD and Alon Scope MD.

THERE IS NO REGISTRATION FEE. We do, however, request that you RSVP by email to Elizabeth Kent, Dr. Halpern’s assistant, atkente@mskcc.org (please include name, academic degree, institutional affiliation, email) so that we may anticipate the size and nature of our audience. Please feel free to forward this announcement to invite colleagues who might like to attend the meeting.

We look forward to seeing you at the meeting.

Allan Halpern & MD Alexander Zemtsov

 

The IDS,

Geppi & Peter