On behalf of the Medical Dermatology Society (MDS) Board of Directors, I would like to thank all the members, sponsors, and future members for attending the 2021 Virtual Symposium.
The MDS continues to grow and remain ever adaptable, motivated, and responsive to addressing the needs of our patients and to the growing field of medical dermatology. The MDS is also committed to sharing knowledge, facilitating collaborative opportunities, and supporting the career development of diverse young dermatologists to carry forward our mission and the future of our field.
My sincere gratitude to the members of the MDS Committees and Board who have worked throughout the year to ensure this year’s meeting and activities throughout the year was a success. We hope you are all safe and well and know that the MDS will continue to adapt to the challenges of the pandemic and will always follow science to provide the best information for our members and protect our members and patients. We sincerely hope the world is in a position to allow us to meet in person at the 2022 MDS Annual Meeting in Boston – but we will continue to prepare for either hybrid or virtual conferences, should the need arise.
Misha Rosenbach, MD
Thank you to all that attended the virtual MDS meeting on March 2, 2021. Unfortunately, due to the overall costs involved and not being able to hold an in-person program, the MDS elected to forgo the offering of CME credits for this year’s programming. We are hopeful that in 2022 we will be able to meet in person and resume the collaboration and networking the MDS is known for.
If you attended the MDS virtual meeting on Tuesday, March 2, 2021, and need verification of attendance, please reach out to the MDS office directly. MDS Administrative office can be reached via email: email@example.com