Dermatologists must stay abreast of new and evolving apps, devices, molecular and genetic tests, and strategies for melanoma care. Which of these advances are ready for "prime time" and will be truly useful in your practice? Learn about these options before your patients ask. We will describe, explain, and update you on the most promising new methods and technologies available for melanoma. Liberal question and answer periods and panel discussions are included to encourage audience engagement and to ensure exploration of controversial topics.
Dr. Leachman / Welcome, Introduction of Speakers and Program
Dr. Curiel-Lewandrowski / Introduction to Augmented Dermatology
Dr. Tschandl / What Dermatologist Should Know About Machine Learning and Practice Implementation
Dr. Malvehy / Melanoma Detection by New Generation 2-D and 3-D Total Body Scanning
All faculty / Panel Discussion on AI and Total Body Imaging
Dr. Rigel / Spectroscopic and Electrical Impedance Devices: Learning Lessons and Current State of Implementation
Witkowski / Reflectance Confocal Microscopy: Optical Biopsies That Augment Everyday Skin Cancer Workflow
Dr. Tkaczyk / Emerging Imaging Modalities for Melanoma Diagnosis and Surveillance
Dr. Chen / Can New Technologies Be Incorporated Into Everyday Dermatology: Apps, TeleMedicine, and Wearables?
All faculty / Panel Discussion On The Most Promising New Gadgets
Dr. Gerami / Diagnostic and Predictive Molecular Tests
Dr. Ferris / Primary Care Based Skin Cancer Screening
Dr. Leachman / War on Melanoma, Oregon & Beyond
Dr. Swetter / Melanoma Disparities in California: Targeting High Risk Populations Through Community Engagement