ADA ANNUAL MEETING October 7-11, 2015 Ritz Carlton — San Juan, Puerto Rico Program & Registration Information PROGRAM WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 7, 2015 8:00 am 8:00 am 8:30 am 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm 4:00 pm – 7:00 pm 6:00 pm – 8:30 pm BOARD OF DIRECTORS MEETING AND BREAKFAST Breakfast Meeting THE BOARDROOM LUNCH FOR BOARD OF DIRECTORS AND GUESTS LA LUNA ROOM REGISTRATIONTOP OF GRAND STAIRCASE OPENING RECEPTION Dress: Casual A D A 1 3 5 TH A N N U A L M E E T I N G THE GAZEBO 2 OCTOBER 7 - 11, 2015 PROGRAM THURSDAY, OCTOBER 8, 2015 7:00 am – 12:00 pm REGISTRATION PREFUNCTION AREA 7:00 am – 8:00 am CONTINENTAL BREAKFAST FOR ADA MEMBERS VISTA MAR TERRACE FIRST EXECUTIVE SESSION SALON I, II & III 7:30 am Opening Remarks Eugene A. Bauer, MD, Secretary-Treasurer 7:45 am Induction of New Members: Active, Associate, and International Honorary Members Henry Lim, MD, President 8:30 am PRESIDENTIAL ADDRESS: Future of Dermatology Henry Lim, MD, President 9:00 am – 9:30 am YOUNG LEADERSHIP AWARD AND LECTURE SALON I, II & III Introduction by Thomas Kupper, MD Connective Tissue Disease and Dermatology: How Does Skin Factor In? Ruth Ann Vleugels, MD, MPH Ruth Ann Vleugels, MD, MPH, serves as Director of the Autoimmune Skin Disease Program at Brigham and Women’s Hospital and Co-Director of the Rheumatology-Dermatology Clinic at Boston Children’s Hospital. Her clinical and research interests center on autoimmune connective tissue diseases in both children and adults, as well as on the intersection of dermatology and systemic disease. Her clinical research, which focuses on rare autoimmune skin diseases and emerging medical therapies, has been supported by a Medical Dermatology Career Development Award from the Dermatology Foundation. Dr. Vleugels developed and serves as the Program Director of a year-long Dermatology-Rheumatology Fellowship, which is the only formal training opportunity of its kind nationwide. She is passionate about teaching and medical education and therefore completed a Rabkin Fellowship in Medical Education and serves as the Associate Director for Education at Brigham and Women’s Dermatology and the Course Director of the Pathophysiology of the Skin Course at Harvard Medical School. She has received numerous teaching and mentoring awards from both Harvard Medical School and Harvard Dermatology. 9:30 am – 9:50 am MEMBER BREAK A D A 1 3 5 TH A N N U A L M E E T I N G PREFUNCTION AREA 3 OCTOBER 7 - 11, 2015 PROGRAM THURSDAY, OCTOBER 8, 2015 continued 9:50 am – 12:00 pm THURSDAY, FIRST SCIENTIFIC SESSION UPDATE PLATFORM Session Moderator: Janet Fairley, MD 9:50 am What’s New in Melanoma for the Dermatologist David Polsky, MD, PhD 10:20 am Updates on Psoriasis Therapy Craig Leonardi, MD 10:50 am Stains and Studies: What’s New in Dermatopathology that Every Dermatologist Should Know Clay Cockerell, MD 11:20 am HOT TOPICS AND CONTROVERSIES (ARS Integration Required) Maintenance of Certification version 2.0: 2015 updates Thomas Horn, MD 12:00 pm SESSION ADJOURNS SALON I, II & III AFTERNOON AT LEISURE EVENING ACTIVITIES FOR ALL 6:00 pm – 10:00 pm DINNER HONORING NEW MEMBERS AND SPOUSES/GUESTS All ADA Members and Registered Guests (Attire: Classy Casual) 6:00 pm Reception 7:00 pm Dinner Introduction of New Members and Spouses/Guests A D A 1 3 5 TH A N N U A L M E E T I N G 4 VISTA MAR TERRACE OCTOBER 7 - 11, 2015 PROGRAM THURSDAY, OCTOBER 8, 2015 continued ACTIVITIES FOR REGISTERED SPOUSES/GUESTS 8:00 am – 10:00 am 6:00 pm – 10:00 pm SPOUSE/GUEST BREAKFAST (We strongly encourage attendance) Please join us in welcoming our newest members’ spouses/guests. The hotel concierge will be joining us to describe the facility and to acquaint us with San Juan’s environment. LA LUNA ROOM DINNER HONORING NEW MEMBERS AND SPOUSES/GUESTS All ADA Members and Registered Guests (Attire: Classy Casual) VISTA MAR TERRACE OPTIONAL ACTIVITY FOR ALL (Pre-registration and payment required) 1:30 pm Old San Juan Driving & Shopping Tour A definite “must do” while visiting Puerto Rico. Mutliple stops include the San Cristobal Fort, the Old City, the El Morro Fort, San Jose Church, El Convento, the San Juan Cathedral, and Capilla del Cristo. Our tour is capped off by a shopping spree at Plaza de Armas, visiting artesian shops as well as the outlet stores on Cristo Street. MEET IN HOTEL LOBBY FEE: $68.00 per person (Reserve early!) A D A 1 3 5 TH A N N U A L M E E T I N G 5 OCTOBER 7 - 11, 2015 PROGRAM FRIDAY, OCTOBER 9, 2015 7:00 am – 12:00 pm REGISTRATION PREFUNCTION AREA 7:00 am – 8:00 am CONTINENTAL BREAKFAST FOR ADA MEMBERS VISTA MAR TERRACE 7:30 am FRIDAY EXECUTIVE SESSION Election of Officers and Director Henry Lim, MD, President SALON I, II & III 8:00 am – 9:30 am FRIDAY, FIRST SCIENTIFIC SESSION UPDATE PLATFORM (ARS system) Session Moderator: Desiree Ratner, MD SALON I, II & III 8:00 am Updates on Acne Guy Webster, MD 8:30 am Updates in Cutaneous Lymphoma Joan Guitart, MD 9:00 am Crystal Ball Updates in Billing and Coding: Next Year and Beyond Daniel Siegel, MD 9:30 am – 9:45 am MEMBER BREAK PREFUNCTION AREA 9:45 am – 12:00 pm FRIDAY, SECOND SCIENTIFIC SESSION (OPEN TO MEMBERS, SPOUSES AND GUESTS) Session Moderator: Erik Stratman, MD SALON I, II & III 9:45 am – 10:25 am PUERTO RICO HISTORIAN Luis Gonzalez Vales, PhD Inroduction by Nestor Sanchez.MD A history major, graduating with a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Puerto Rico, Dr. Gonzalez Vales earned his Masters from Columbia University in New York, where he also completed doctoral courses. He was a professor of history at the University of Puerto Rico and associate dean of the College of General Studies Río Piedras Campus, University of Puerto Rico. He served as executive secretary of the Council for Higher Education and was appointed by the Legislature of Puerto Rico and the Governor as Official Historian of Puerto Rico. Dr. Gonzalez Vales is the director of the Puerto Rican Academy of History and member of the Academy of Arts and Sciences of Puerto Rico. He is a corresponding member of the Real Academia de la Historia, a member of merit of the Portuguese Academy of History, Corresponding Member of the Hispanic American Royal Academy of Arts, Sciences and Letters of Cadiz and corresponding member of several Academies of History of Latin America. He received in 1995, an honorary doctorate from the Pontifical Catholic University of Ponce, Puerto Rico, and was named Humanist of the Year by the Puerto Rican Endowment for the Humanities in 1999. Parallel to his university management, he pursued a military career that reached the rank of Major General of the United States Army. * New Member A D A 1 3 5 TH A N N U A L M E E T I N G 6 OCTOBER 7 - 11, 2015 PROGRAM FRIDAY, OCTOBER 9, 2015 continued 10:30 am–12:00 pm SPECIAL FOCUS ON PROFESSIONALISM “Is it me or is it him? Self-awareness in Professional and Personal Relationships” Amy McDonald, PhD Introduction by Erik Stratman, MD Amy MacDonald, PhD, is a licensed clinical psychologist who lives in Batavia, Illinois. In addition to her psychotherapy and coaching practice, she leads workshops on self-awareness, interpersonal effectiveness, work-life thriving, leadership, communication, conflict resolution and building an optimal satisfying life. She will be speaking. on self-awareness in professional relationships. This training will focus on gaining a better understanding of the ways people relate, think, perceive, and behave in personal and professional settings by· identifying key factors that clarify the role of self and others in both productive and conflict interactions and with the use learning tools to address common relational problems. 12:00 pm SESSION ADJOURNS AFTERNOON AND EVENING AT LEISURE MORNING ACTIVITIES FOR REGISTERED GUESTS 8:00 am – 9:30 am 9:45 am – 12:00 pm 9:45 am 10:30 am BREAKFAST FOR REGISTERED SPOUSES/GUESTS LA LUNA ROOM PLEASE JOIN OUR ADA MEMBERS FOR THIS JOINT SESSION SALON I, II & III PUERTO RICO HISTORIAN — Luis Gonzalez Vales, PhD SPECIAL FOCUS ON PROFESSIONALISM — Amy McDonald, PhD “Is it me or is it him? Self-awareness in Professional and Personal Relationships” OPTIONAL ACTIVITIES FOR ALL REGISTERED GUESTS 1:30 pm BACARDI TOUR AND DISTILLERY MEET IN HOTEL LOBBY FEE: $90.00 per person (Pre-registration and payment required) Explore the BACARDI VISITOR CENTER, where the Most Awarded Rum in the World is carefully crafted. The Visitor Center highlights our heritage and tradition from 1862 when our founder Don Facundo Bacardi Masso originated today’s most popular rum. Each of the six (6) rooms of Casa BACARDI Visitor Center provide an immersive, full sensory experience. Visitors enjoy BACARDI through sight, sound, touch, smell and taste. Guests will be able to learn about BACARDI’s rum making process, its legendary cocktails and, to top it off, they will enjoy the best hand crafted cocktail prepared by the Bacardi Brand Specialists (Mixologists) at the Pavilion Bar. Following ambient sounds that transport visitors to another time and place, the compelling story of the Bacardi family, the Bacardi Company and the intricate process of premium rum production is explored. 6:00 – 7:00 pm BEGINNER SALSA CLASS (No Fee for this event) LA LUNA ROOM Beginner Salsa class: It’s as easy as eating the chips! Sign up with a partner or come on your own. What to bring: Comfortable shoes and your personality. If you think you have two left feet, then this is the class for you! Nancy O’Meara graciously volunteered to teach this class. She is the choreographer/ director to the stars : Jennifer Lopez, Marc Anthony, Chayanne, and Enrique Iglesias just to name a few. A D A 1 3 5 TH A N N U A L M E E T I N G 7 OCTOBER 7 - 11, 2015 PROGRAM Saturday, October 10, 2015 7:00 am – 12:30 pm REGISTRATION 7:00 am – 8:00 am FIRST 5-YEAR MEMBER BREAKFAST SESSION SALON V Note: This session is limited to ADA members elected from 2011-2015 and Board members to discuss issues of common interest. 7:00 am – 8:00 am CONTINENTAL BREAKFAST FOR ADA MEMBERS VISTA MAR TERRACE 7:30 am – 11:20 am SATURDAY, FIRST SCIENTIFIC SESSION SALON I, II & III PREFUNCTION AREA NEW MEMBER POTPOURRI Session Moderator: Janet Fairley, MD 7:30 am AAD Activities in Washington Elaine Weiss, JD* 7:40 am Biosimilars Alison Ehrlich, MD, MHS* 7:50 am Advances in Atopic Dermatitis Therapeutics Emma Guttman-Yassky, MD* 8:00 am Skin Cancer – Bedside to Bench and Back John A. Carucci, MD, PhD* 8:10 am New Insights on the Pathogenesis of Human Psoriasis M. Peter Marinkovich, MD* 8:20 am Why Diagnosing Melanoma Makes you Age Scott Menzies, MD* 8:30 am Cosmetic Derrmatology in Mexico Francisco Atamoros Perez, MD* 8:40 am Silvery Hair Syndrome: Experience in 40 Pediatric Patients Carola Duran McKinster, MD* 8:50 am Melanoma Incidence and the Tanning Bed Conundrum Jerry Brewer, MD* 9:00 am New and Emerging Therapies for Non-Melanoma Skin Cancer Neal Bhatia, MD* 9:10 am Melanoma Therapeutic Resistance Roger S. Lo, MD, PhD* 9:20 am The Revolution of Imaging Technology Clara Curiel-Lewandrowski, MD* 9:30 am – 9:50 am MEMBER BREAK PREFUNCTION AREA * New Member A D A 1 3 5 TH A N N U A L M E E T I N G 8 OCTOBER 7 - 11, 2015 PROGRAM Saturday, October 10, 2015 continued 9:50 am – 11:20 am UPDATE PLATFORM (ARS SYSTEM) Session Moderator: Desiree Ratner, MD 9:50 am 10:20 am Contact Dermatitis Updates, Challenges and TIps Chris Mowad, MD 10:50 am What is New and Noteworthy in Aesthetic Dermatology Seth Matarasso, MD 11:20 am – 1:00 pm 11:20 am – 11:40 am SALON I, II & III Alternative Payment Models for Dermatology Marta Van Beek, MD SATURDAY, SECOND SCIENTIFIC SESSION Session Moderator: Mary Maloney, MD SALON I, II & III HOT TOPICS / CONTROVERSIES: Nevi Management: What Does the Evidence Tell Us? Suephy Chen, MD 11:40 am – 1:00 pm TEST YOUR KNOWLEDGE! A Team-Based Dermatology Challenge Session Moderators: Erik Stratman, MD and Edward Cowen, MD The following new members will be assisting with the facilitation of the ADA Quiz Challenge, as indicated below. Please help us in making them feel welcome. Roy Chan, MD* Abrar Qureshi, MD* Kimberly Ann, Bohjanen, MD* Daniela Kroshinsky, MD* Giuseppe Micali, MD Julia Ann Riley Nunley, MD* Antonio Torrelo, MD 1:00 pm SESSION ADJOURNS SATURDAY AFTERNOON AT LEISURE A D A 1 3 5 TH A N N U A L M E E T I N G 9 OCTOBER 7 - 11, 2015 PROGRAM Saturday, October 10, 2015 continued ACTIVITIES FOR REGISTERED GUESTS 8:00 am – 9:30 am 9:30 am BREAKFAST FOR REGISTERED GUESTS LA LUNA ROOM BOOK CLUB Discussion being led by Gail Gilkey LA LUNA ROOM “When I Was A Puerto Rican” by Esmeralda Santiago In her book “When I Was A Puerto Rican” Esmeralda Santiago tells the story of starting life in a rural village in Puerto Rico where she could smell the mango trees at night and pick the juiciest guavas from a bush when she needed a snack. She describes what her life was like in the fifties living with many siblings. As the oldest she often helped her mother care for them, and her father with building projects. We meet her parents, extended family, neighbors, and school community and experience her joys and frustrations of being a jibaro (country dweller). Still, the family continually tries to improve their lot, fighting poverty, accidents, and marital strife. Puerto Rico is unique as an American territory where the citizens are free to travel to the mainland US. When Esmeralda’s parents split, her mother and all seven children join the grandmother in New York City and a new life begins in the barrios of Brooklyn. Again, Esmeralda fills the pages with the hot fragrance of salchichas (sausages) and her fear of being an immigrant adolescent trying to learn English and stay away from dangerous situations. She comes to hate the barrio, but, remarkably, finds a way out. How Esmeralda gets accepted to the High School of Performing Arts in Manhattan is a funny story. After graduating from there she goes on to Harvard College in Boston. (You may or may not be able to find a copy of this book at your local library. Amazon.com and BarnesandNoble.com have copies, as does the author’s own website, www.esmeraldasantiago.com.) OPTIONAL ACTIVITIES FOR ALL (Pre-registration and payment required) 1:30pm ADA GOLF TOURNAMENT EAST COURSE – Box lunch included DORADO BEACH Fee: $200.00 pp (minimum of 8 to occur) RESORT AND CLUB Robert Trent Jones, Jr.’s restoration of the historic East Course to the original vision put forth by his father brings this classic seaside course into the 21st century with a subtle rebirth as a modern masterpiece. 1:30pm ADA ROUND-ROBIN TENNIS TOURNAMENT Snacks will be provided FEE: $55.00 per person (minimum of 8 to occur) A D A 1 3 5 TH A N N U A L M E E T I N G RITZ-CARLTON TENNIS COURTS 10 OCTOBER 7 - 11, 2015 PROGRAM Saturday, October 10, 2015 continued EVENING ACTIVITIES FOR ALL Photo Session for New Members, Spouses and Board of Directors (Attendance required) 5:30 pm SHARP! — SIDE GALLERY President’s Cocktail Reception & Dinner Dance Attire: Black Tie 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm 7:00 pm President’s Cocktail Reception PREFUNCTION I, II & III President’s Dinner / Dance Registration Required SALON I AND II Due to the large number of members signing up for the President’s Dinner and then not attending, we will be collecting a 50.00 refundable deposit, per person, attending the Dinner which will be refunded to you when you check in at the Cocktail Reception. A D A 1 3 5 TH A N N U A L M E E T I N G 11 OCTOBER 7 - 11, 2015 PROGRAM Sunday, October 11, 2015 7:30 am – 11:00 am REGISTRATION PREFUNCTION AREA 7:30 am – 8:30 am BOARD OF DIRECTORS MEETING THE BOARDROOM 8:00 am – 9:30 am FAREWELL BREAKFAST BUFFET (ADA MEMBERS SPOUSES AND GUESTS) VISTA MAR TERRACE 8:00 am – 9:40 am SUNDAY SCIENTIFIC SESSION Speed Read: Top Literature from the Past Year Reviewed in a Hurry Session Moderator: Erik Stratman, MD SALON I, II & III 8:00 am What’s New in the Pediatric Dermatology Literature Howard Pride, MD 8:20 am What’s New in the Dermatological Surgery Literature Clark Otley, MD 8:40 am What’s New in the Cosmetic Dermatology Literature Jeffrey Dover, MD 9:00 am What’s Coming Next? The Basic Science Literature Daniel Kaplan, MD 9:20 am New Medical Dermatology Literature that Changed My Approach to Practice Warren Heymann, MD 9:40 am THIRD EXECUTIVE SESSION (ADA MEMBERS) Proposed New Members for 2016 Eugene Bauer, MD, Secretary-Treasurer Suggestions for Next Year’s Scientific Program 10:00am SALON I, II & III MEETING CONCLUDES ACTIVITIES FOR REGISTERED GUESTS 8:00 am - 9:30 am FAREWELL BREAKFAST FOR REGISTERED GUESTS (ADA Members and Registered Guests) VISTA MAR TERRACE 2016 ADA Annual Meeting Bacara Resort, Santa Barbara, CA October 19-23, 2016 A D A 1 3 5 TH A N N U A L M E E T I N G 12 OCTOBER 7 - 11, 2015 Concierge Recommended Activities Castillo Tours at The Ritz – Carlton, San Juan offers the following optional activities for the tour prices shows. Please contact them directly for more information or to make a reservation. Activity Sheet Information (787) 253-8092 Departure: Return: Historical Old San Juan $61.00 pp 1:30 pm 6:30 pm ½ Day Rainforest (El Yunque) $59.00 pp 8:30 am 1:00 pm Rainforest Hiking (El Yunque) $77.00 pp 9:10 am 2:30 pm Rainforest / Luquillo (El Yunque) $80.00 pp 9:10 am 4:00 pm Camuy Caves / Observatory $106.00 pp Subterranean Cave System, Largest Radio Telescope. Entrance not included. (Only Wednesday & Saturday) 7:30 am 5:00 pm Catamaran Trip $74.00 pp Meet Boat 9:30 am 3:30 pm 8:35 am 4:30 pm Zip line Canopy Tour $125.00 pp not including tax 8:00 am 12:00 pm 1:30 pm 5:00 pm San Cristobal Fort, Museum with Historical African and Indian Heritage, Historical Buildings and shopping.( Avail.Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday) Entrance fees incl. La Coca Waterfall, Yokahu Tower, Baño Grande, 20 min. Caimitillo trail. (Avail. Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday) Yokahu Tower, hike to la Mina Falls (35 min. one way), dip in Falls (20 min.) NO CHANGING CABIN. (Only Wednesday & Sunday) ½ day Rainforest, stop for lunch (NOT included) 2.5 hours swimming at Beach. (Only Friday and Sunday) Sailing, Snorkeling & Lunch $95.00 Incl. Transp. Please bring $3 per person to pay for DRNA charges at the Dock 8 traverses, 14 platforms, one rappel Toro Verde Zip Line $165.00 pp 8 zip lines + The Beast (2nd longest zip line in the world) 8:00 am 4:30 pm Please inquire about the following tours: • Deep Sea Fishing • Light Tackle Fishing • Fresh Water Lake Fishing • Scuba • Private Boat Charters • Horseback Riding • ATV (All-Terrain Vehicle) Caveland Adventure Tours conducted by Castillo Tours have tax included in price. ALL TOURS REQUIRE A MINIMUM OF PASSENGERS. Tours need to be cancelled 24 hours prior for refund. Return times are approximate. A D A 1 3 5 TH A N N U A L M E E T I N G 13 OCTOBER 7 - 11, 2015 GENERAL INFORMATION HOTEL INFORMATON Hotel Reservation Cancellations: Your reservation is subjected to a 30-day cancellation policy which implies a one-night charge if reservation is cancelled within thirty (30) days before arrival date. Availability for American Dermatological Association Meeting special rate will expire on Monday, September 7, 2015. Indulge in the enchanting rhythms and flavors of a breathtaking San Juan beach resort. THE RITZ-CARLTON HOTEL AMENITIES THE RITZ-CARLTON, SAN JUAN 6961 Ave Gobernadores Carolina, Puerto Rico 00979-7000 U.S.A. Phone: +1 (787) 253-1700 Website: www.ritzcarlton.com/en/Properties/SanJuan Guest Room Features & Amenities • Flat-screen LCD televisions featuring cable, main channels, sports channels and latest movies • Sumptuous marble baths • Gourmet in-room coffee and tea • 400 thread count, 100% cotton Frette linens • Goose down and non-allergenic foam pillows • Plush lightweight bathrobes and generously sized terry bath towels • Lighted make-up mirror, hair dryer and scale A luxury resort location just 15 minutes away from the airport and the cosmopolitan culture and night life of Old San Juan... Let one of the most elegant San Juan luxury resorts, The RitzCarlton, San Juan awaken your senses as you fall under the spell of its enchanting rhythms and flavors. Our casual yet elegant luxury hotel envelops guests in a timeless Caribbean setting – perched on a two-mile stretch of a golden sandy beach. Puerto Rican fritters, mamposteao rice and mofongo introduce adventurous palates to the local cuisine. Rum flights find their way on to afternoon agendas. And the percussiondriven beats of bomba and plena enliven the atmosphere with Puerto Rico’s beloved musical heritage. Enjoy a leisurely stroll down the Avenida Isla Verde as your senses also delight in crashing ocean waves, gentle sea breezes and the welcoming sights of our San Juan beachfront hotel and resort. Property Features & Amenities • Oceanfront pool and Jacuzzi • Luxury resort Spa and Fitness Center • A dazzling casino • Two oceanfront tennis courts • Pool pavilions and beach cabanas available for an extra cost • Complete concierge services • The Ritz-Carlton Signature Shop • Overnight laundry service • Twice-daily housekeeping service including nightly turndown • Safe-deposit boxes on property • 24-hour room service • 24-hour valet parking • Complimentary overnight shoeshine HOTEL RESERVATIONS AND POLICES To make reservations by phone: Please call the Ritz Carlton’s Regional Reservations Office 1-800-241-3333 OR Contact the In-House Reservations Specialist, VerónicaSostre, Monday Friday 9 am - 5 pm Atlantic Standard Time at 787-253-8051 or via email [email protected] For our group rate, mention that you are with the ADA. To book online, visit www.ritzcarlton.com 1. Select San Juan as your Hotel 2. Select program dates and click Find 3. Click on Special Rates field located on the right hand side of your monitor 4. Enter your group code from choices below on Group Code ROOM CHOICES City View King ($282) – DERDERA City View Doubles($282) – DERDERD Pool View King ($329) – DERDERB Pool View Doubles ($329) – DERDERY Ocean View King ($399) – DERDERC Ocean View Doubles ($399) – DERDERP Ocean View Balcony King or Double ($459) – DERDERF (Please contact property to guarantee bed size) 5. Proceed with your booking A D A 1 3 5 TH A N N U A L M E E T I N G 14 OCTOBER 7 - 11, 2015 GENERAL INFORMATION PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES Mares Forged and inspired by the natural abundance of tropical life, Mares is a casual dining destination offering a range of the Atlantic and Caribbean’s finest cuisine. Chef Simon Porter’s cuisine reflects his island experiences and appreciation for purity and simplicity. Mares’ design is warm and bright with subtle allusions to its Caribbean heritage. Café-style atmosphere. Indoor dining or al fresco overlooking the pool and gardens, Monday to Sunday. • Breakfast: 7 a.m. to 11 a.m. • A la carte Breakfast: 11 a.m. to 12 p.m. • Lunch: 12 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. • Coffee Bar available daily from 6 a.m. to 11 a.m. • Sushi menu served daily from 5 p.m. – 10 p.m. Services for persons with disabilities are available. If special arrangements are required for an individual to attend this meeting, please notify the ADA Headquarters Office at (954) 452-1113 in advance of the meeting. SUGGESTED MEETING DRESS — RESORT CASUAL Ties are not needed during the scientific sessions. Collared sports shirts are preferred for gentlemen. Dinner honoring New Members on Thursday is classy casual and the President’s Dinner on Saturday is black tie. AIR TRANSPORTATION Luis Muñoz Marín International Airport is approximately five minutes from the hotel. Ocean Bar and Grill Enjoy the newly renovated restaurant. By reflecting the lushness of the island, the Ocean Bar and Grill reveals a fresh look that incorporates a new level of sophistication and refinement. Take in ocean views as you experience the pleasures of the hotel’s most casual restaurant Beachfront with direct access to the beach and pool with views of the white sand beach and the Atlantic ocean. Al fresco lunch specialties, sandwiches and salads, exotic drinks available in the restaurant and beach or poolside. • Lunch: 11:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. • Dinner: Wednesday-Saturday, 6:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. • Bar: 10:30 a.m. to 7 p.m. GROUND TRANSPORTATION Guests can arrange for private transportation to and from the airport or to engage in leisure activities throughout their stay through First Class Chauffeurs at (787) 296-5466. DRIVING DIRECTIONS FROM THE AIRPORT: 1. Head northwest 2. Continue straight onto Puente Teodoro Moscoso 3. Take the ramp to Avenida Los Gobernadores 4. Keep right at the fork to continue toward Avenida Los Gobernadores 5. Keep right at the fork and merge onto Avenida Los Gobernadores 6. Keep right to stay on Avenida Los Gobernadores 7. Continue onto Carretera Boca De Cangrejos 8. Make a U-turn 9. Keep right to stay on Carretera Boca De Cangrejos 10. Turn right 11. Destination will be on the right The Lobby Lounge immerses the senses in the wonders of Puerto Rico’s cuisine and culture. Puerto Rico’s diverse cultural influences -Spanish, Taino and African- are reflected in the music, cuisine and rums. Our menu is designed to allow the sampling of many flavors through tapas style food portions and beverage flights including martinis, wines and rums. We invite you to partake and revel in the enchanting flavors and rhythms of this island, La Isla del Encanto. • Daily happy hours on beer, wine and selected cocktails • Extensive wine list, available by the glass or the bottle • Sushi menu served daily from 5 p.m. - 10 p.m. • Resort elegant attire requested • Open Sunday - Wednesday 12 p.m. - 12 a.m. and Thursday - Saturday 12 p.m. - 1 a.m. DINING AT THE RITZ-CARLTON BLT Steak at the Ritz-Carlton, San Juan offers refined steakhouse dining, the coziness of a French bistro and sleek, modern décor. Savor our signature warm popovers, along with specially selected steaks, fresh seafood and satisfying sides. Weekly blackboard specials highlight seasonal flavors and local ingredients. Dinner is served daily 6 p.m. to 11 p.m. Extensive wine list of more than 400 bottles. Il Mulino New York Savor a taste of Italy in the Caribbean as you dine in the elegant, old-world atmosphere of Il Mulino New York and linger over the vibrant flavors inspired by the cuisine of Italy’s Abruzzi region. Signature dishes include Spaghettini Bolognese, Rack of Lamb, Veal Chop, and legendary Langoustines. Impressive wine list. Professional wait staff skilled in the classic European tradition of tableside cooking. A D A 1 3 5 TH A N N U A L M E E T I N G 15 OCTOBER 7 - 11, 2015 GENERAL INFORMATION MEETING REGISTRATION ACCREDITATION The Board of Directors has established an Annual Meeting registration fee of $645.00 and a spouse/guest fee of $445.00. Accompanying children must be registered at $200.00 each. A physician spouse/partner who accompanies the physician and who would like CME Credit must attend the educational session and pay the member registration fee. This activity has been planned and implemented ina ccordance with the Essential Areas and policies of the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education(ACCME) through the joint sponsorship of Eastern Virginia Medical School and The American DermatologicalAssociation. Eastern Virginia Medical School is accredited by the ACCME to provide continuing medical education forphysicians. A $150.00 discount will apply to those members and spouse/ guests who have submitted their registration materials and payment by the September 7, 2015. There are NO discounts available if complete registration materials and payment are NOT received by that time. Registrations received on or after September 7, 2015 are increased to $795.00 for members and $595.00 forspouse/guests. CREDIT DESIGNATION Eastern Virginia Medical School designates this liveactivity for a maximum of 13.0 AMA PRA Category1 CreditsTM. Physicians should only claim credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity. DISCLOSURE OF CONFLICT OF INTEREST Registration for members includes admission to all general and executive sessions, daily breakfasts, opening reception, The Dinner Honoring NewMembers, joint session with members and the President’s Dinner on Saturday. If you wish to register a spouse/guest,please indicate his/her name on the advance registration form. The spouse/guest registration entitles admittance to the spouse/guest breakfasts, opening reception, Literary Discussion, Dinner Honoring New Members, joint sessions with members and President’s Dinner on Saturday. Registration is required for children and they will be identified with a special badge. Children’s registration includes opening reception and breakfasts only. Members and guestsa re reminded that conflict of interest disclosure is required of all speakers and participants. Speakers from the audience are also required to indicate any relevant conflicts of interest if they discuss a given topic. BYLAWS ARTICLE III, SECTION 4(B.1) If any Active Member shall fail to attend at least one (1) Annual Meeting out of any three(3) consecutive Annual Meetingsw ithout anexcuse acceptable by the Board of Directors, such member’s membership shall terminate upon presentation by the Secretary to the Board of Directors of a report of such failure. This reports hall be presented to the Board of Directors at their next meeting following the Annual Meeting at which the delinquency became complete and such member or members shall be notified by mail of the termination of their membership. NEW THIS YEAR FOR THE PRESIDENT’S DINNER Due to the large number of members signing up for the President’s Dinner and then not attending, we will be collecting a 50.00 refundable deposit, per person, attending the Dinner which will be refunded to you when you check in at the Cocktail Reception. ADMINISTRATIVE REGULATIONS Attendance at the scientific programs of the annual membership meeting shall be limited to members, spouses/guests of members and guests invited by the Board of Directors. CANCELLATIONS & REFUNDS Refunds, less a $50 administrative fee, will be refunded upon written notice of cancellation. In order to qualify for a refund of fees, cancellation notice must be received in writing to the headquarters office no later than October 1, 2015. According to standing policy, reaffirmed by the Board of Directors on February 3, 2011, there will be no refunds after the October 1, 2015 cut-off date. Please note, there is no provision for partial registration fees or refunds for activities not attended. A D A 1 3 5 TH A N N U A L M E E T I N G 16 OCTOBER 7 - 11, 2015 BOARD OF DIRECTORS AMERICAN DERMATOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION, INC. MEMBERSHIP COMMITTEE Term Expires Nicholas A. Soter, MD, Membership Secretary...................................2017 Erin E. Boh, MD, Chair....................................2015 Vincent A. DeLeo, MD....................................2015 James Ertle, MD.............................................2016 Nicholas Soter, MD.........................................2017 Ilona Frieden, MD.............................................018 Eugene Bauer, MD, Ex-Officio HONORARY MEMBERSHIP Term Expires COMMITTEE Thomas Ray, MD, Chair..................................2015 Bruce Wintroub, MD......................................2016 Wilma Bergfeld, MD.......................................2017 Lawrence Gibson, MD....................................2018 Eugene Bauer, MD, Ex-Officio NOMINATING COMMITTEE Term Expires Wilma F. Bergfeld, MD, Chair........................2015 David L. Ramsay, MD......................................2015 Steven Stone, MD...........................................2016 Brian Berman, MD..........................................2017 Kathryn Schwarzenberger, MD.......................2018 Eugene Bauer, MD, Ex-Officio EDUCATION COMMITTEE Term Expires Jack Resneck. Jr., MD, Chair...........................2015 Timothy Berger, MD ......................................2016 Victor Marks, MD...........................................2017 Harvy Lui, MD.................................................2018 A D A 1 3 5 TH A N N U A L M E E T I N G PROGRAM COMMITTEE Term Expires Erik Stratman, MD, Program Chair................................................2015 Mary Maloney, MD........................................2016 Desiree Ratner, MD........................................2017 Janet Fairley, MD............................................2018 Eugene Bauer, MD, Ex-Officio AUDITINGCOMMITTEE Term Expires Roy G. Geronemus, MD, Chair.......................2015 Andrew Lazar, MD, Chair................................2016 Larry Millikan, MD..........................................2017 Barbara Mathes, MD......................................2018 Eugene Bauer, MD, Ex-Officio ETHICS COMMITTEE Term Expires Hilary E. Baldwin, MD, Chair..........................2015 Anne Burdick, MD..........................................2016 Samuel Moschella, MD .................................2017 Harold Brody, MD...........................................2018 Eugene Bauer, Ex-Officio ENDOWMENT COMMITTEE (no terms assigned) Ralph Daniel, MD Rex Amonette, MD Kenneth Tomecki, MD David Pariser, MD INVESTMENT COMMITTEE David Pariser, MD, Chair Eugene Bauer, MD Brian Berman, MD Rex Amonette,MD David Bickers, MD Janet Hickman,MD MEETING SITE COMMITTEE TermExpires Eugene Bauer, MD, Chair Suzanne M. Connolly, MD..............................2015 David Ramsay, MD..........................................2016 Lawrence Schachner, MD...............................2017 Anthony Benedetto, MD................................2018 Sabra Sullivan, MD.........................................2019 ALTERNATE PATHWAYS Term Expires COMMITTEE Lynn A. Cornelius, MD....................................2015 Susan Weinkle, MD........................................2016 James Taylor, MD............................................2017 Sabra Sullivan, MD.........................................2018 Eugene Bauer, Ex-Officio 17 OCTOBER 7 - 11, 2015 A D A 1 3 5 TH A N N U A L M E E T I N G | O C T O B E R 7 - 1 1 , 2 0 1 5 ADVANCE REGISTRATION FORM PLEASE TYPE OR PRINT ATTENDEE NAME NAME _____________________________________________________________________________________PHONE __________________________________________ E-MAIL _______________________________________________________________ SPOUSE/PARTNER EMAIL______________________________________________________ ADDRESS _____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ CITY ______________________________________________________________STATE/REGION _______________ ZIP CODE ______________________________ REGISTRATION FOR THE MEETING DOES NOT RESERVE A HOTEL ROOM. ADA MEMBER ADA MEMBER SPOUSE/PARTNER RECEIVING CME o Registered by September 7, 2015 $645 oRegistered by September 7, 2015 $645 oRegistered by October 7, 2015 $795 o Registered by October 7, 2015 $795 oRegistered after October 7, 2015 $1,000 o Registered after October 7, 2015 $1,000 Includes: Educational Sessions, Executive Sessions, Breakfasts, Opening Reception, Dinner Honoring New Members, FEE$___________________ President’s Dinner and Farewell Breakfast Buffet. ADA SPOUSE/GUEST CHILDREN oRegistered by September 7, 2015 $445 o $200 per child ______# of children = $___________ oRegistered by October 7, 2015 $595 Includes: Breakfasts and Opening Reception only oRegistered after October 7, 20115 $795 Includes: Breakfasts, Opening Reception, joint session with ADA members, Literary Discussion, Dinner Honoring New Members, President’s Dinner and Farewell Breakfast Buffet TOTAL GUEST FEES$___________________ NAME(S) OF SPOUSE(S)/GUEST(S): _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ MEMBER T-SHIRT: o Men’s o Women’s o S o M o L o XL o XXL GUEST T-SHIRT: o Men’s o Women’s o S o M o L o XL o XXL NAME(S) OF ACCOMPANYING CHILD/CHILDREN (must be registered above): __________________________________________________________________ SOCIAL FUNCTIONS FEE: No additional charge if registered for the meeting, however you MUST reserve for each event. # OF ATTENDEES Wednesday, October 7 Opening Reception (6:00 – 8:30 PM) _______ Thursday, October 8 Dinner Honoring New Members (6:00 PM) _______ Saturday, October 10 President’s Cocktail Reception and Dinner (6:00 PM) PRESIDENT’S DINNER - REFUNDABLE DEPOSIT REQUIRED Deposit of $50 per person will be refunded when you check in at the Cocktail Reception Indicate menu choice for each attendee: ___ Beef ________ @$50 D EPOSIT $ _________________ ___Chicken ___Vegetarian Sunday, October 11 Farewell Breakfast Buffet (Served from 8:00 – 9:30 AM) OPTIONAL TOURS AND SPORTS EVENTS _______ # OF ATTENDEES Thursday, October 8 Old San Juan Tour (1:30 PM) (Note: 20 person minimum) _______ @ $68 FEE $ __________________ Friday, October 9 Bacardi Tour and Distillery (1:30 PM) (Note: 20 person minimum) _______ @ $90 FEE $ __________________ Friday, October 9 Beginner Salsa Lesson (6:00 PM) No fee; indicate # of people _____________ Saturday, October 10 Book Club (9:30 AM) No fee; indicate # of people _____________ Saturday, October 10 Round Robin Tennis Tournament – snacks included (1:30 PM) (Note: 8 person minimum for this program) ________ @ $55 FEE $ __________________ ________ @ $200 FEE $ __________________ Saturday, October 10 Golf Tournament – box lunch included (1:30 PM) (Note: 8 person minimum for this program) TOTAL FEES $__________________ PAYMENT METHOD Make checks payable in US dollars to ADA and MAIL to: ADA, PO Box 551301, Davie, FL 33355. Please allow an additional 5 days for processing. If paying by credit card, complete the information below and FAX to: (954) 252-2093 OR MAIL to: ADA, PO Box 551301, Davie, FL 33355. o VISA o MasterCard Credit Card # ______________________________________________________________________________________________________ Exp. Date ________________________ Signature __________________________________________________________________________________________________ Address of Credit Card Billing __________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Refunds, less a $50.00 administrative fee, will be available for cancellations received in writing at the society office on or prior to October 1, 2015. After that date, no refunds will be provided. There will be no provision for partial registration fees or refunds for activities not attended.