|Dear IDS members, friends and colleagues, |
Welcome to the 8th issue of our new IDS newsletter. As the fight against the pandemic continues, we hope that some sense of “normal” is slowly making its way back to all our members’ daily lives. Hopefully, some news from us can bring some joy and inspiration!
1st Online Meeting of the International Dermoscopy Society
We are very happy to announce that registration is now open for the 1st Online Meeting of the IDS, which will replace the cancelled Regional Meeting in Warsaw, Poland. President Lidia Rudnicka and Secretary Grażyna Kamińska-Winciorek have prepared an exciting program covering dermoscopy, inflammoscopy, trichoscopy, onychoscopy and mucoscopy. The online event will take place on the same dates: October 15-17, 2020. Register now at: http://www.dermoscopy2020.com/ !
29th EADV Virtual Congress
We highly recommend the full-day semi-live dermoscopy sessions, which will be held on day 1 of the first virtual EADV Congress. Don’t miss the opportunity to listen to great lectures and interact with the excellent speakers involved in the program.
“Dermatofibromas” by Pedro Zaballos
“Erythroplasia Queyrat vs Balanitis” by Enzo Errichetti
New Podcasts in Spanish
“Frontal fibrosing alopecia” by Emilia Cohen-Sabban
“Necrobiosis lipoidica and granuloma annulare” by Emilia Cohen-Sabban
“Amelanotic and hypomelanotic melanoma” by Gabriel Salerni
“Difficult-to-diagnose melanomas” by Gabriel Salerni
“Extrafacial lentigo malignas” by Rosario Peralta
“Collision tumors” by Rosario Peralta
During the lockdowns worldwide, many of us have focused on increasing our research activity within dermoscopy. However, there are still several ongoing IDS studies that you can still be a part of. Don’t miss your chance to contribute to the following studies:
Register of nail unit congenital nevi, Coordinator: Luc Thomas
SCALP Monitoring project, Coordinator: Amanda Regio Pereira
Follow the IDSAs always, we invite you all to please explore Dermoscopedia.org to learn more about dermoscopy and please follow us on Facebook and Twitter!
We hope this newsletter finds you all in good health and really hope to meet you online or, even better, in person very soon!