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Orlando Dermatology Aesthetic & Clinical (ODAC) Conference Announces Its 2010 Event
Date:6/3/2009

NEW YORK, June 3 /PRNewswire/ -- The Orlando Dermatology Aesthetic & Clinical (ODAC) conference is proud to introduce its 7th annual program, being held on January 15-18, 2010 at the Peabody Orlando in Orlando, Florida.

ODAC educates physicians and medical staff in the latest developments and techniques in therapeutic dermatology, dermatologic surgery and practice management, as well as recent technological advances in aesthetic dermatology. Through interactive workshops, live demonstrations and presentations from industry leaders, ODAC provides a comprehensive look at the practice of dermatology while offering Continuing Medical Education (CME) credits to conference delegates.

The ODAC conference is produced by Physicians' Continuing Education, Corp. (PCE) under the guidance of Perry Robins, MD and an experienced advisory board. The advisory board to-date includes: Joseph B. Bikowski, MD; C. William Hanke, MD, MPH, FACP; Deborah S. Sarnoff, MD, FAAD, FACP; Alan R. Shalita, MD; James Spencer, MD, MS; and Susan H. Weinkle, MD.

Dr. Perry Robins and several of the advisory board members will also be faculty at the four-day event. Other 2010 featured speakers to-date include: Martin Braun, MD; Mariano Busso, MD, PA; William H. Eaglstein, MD; Neil Alan Fenske, MD, FACP; Rebecca Fitzgerald, MD; Robert H. Gotkin, MD, FACS; Doris Hexsel, MD; Joseph Jorizzo, MD; Alexa Boer Kimball, MD, MPH; Leon Kircik, MD; Wendy E. Roberts, MD, FAAD; Mukta Sachdev, MD, FAAD; Richard Sadove, MD, FACS; Amy Taub, MD; Susan C. Taylor, MD; and Heather Woolery-Lloyd, MD.

Additionally, ODAC has added a new Resident Advisory Board for 2010, including Robert Anolik, MD, Whitney P. Bowe, MD, Adam Friedman, MD, and Christine Liang, MD. The new board was created to foster ODAC's mission to meet the needs of burgeoning dermatologists, as well as to assist in the ARTE in Dermatology program, which offers scholarships to qualified residents to attend the conference free of charge. For more information on the ARTE program, visit www.orlandoderm.org/arte.

As part of its mission to foster leadership, mentorship and networking among women dermatologists, the Women's Dermatologic Society will host a Networking Luncheon at ODAC 2010. There will be a $25 fee to attend the luncheon. To RSVP for this event, please contact the Women's Dermatologic Society at 1-877-WDS-ROSE or visit www.womensderm.org.

For more information on the 2010 Orlando Dermatology Aesthetic & Clinical conference, to submit poster sessions or to register, visit www.orlandoderm.org or call Stephanie Nowik at 646-453-5720.


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