The American Dermatological Association recognizes, discusses and develops solutions for problems in the area of dermatologic health care, research and education.
The American Dermatological Association (ADA) supports the health and well-being of all individuals regardless of race, religion, gender identity or expression, age, disability, or sexual orientation. The ADA and its members unequivocally repudiate racism, prejudice, intolerance, and acts of hatred both within and outside of our specialty and aspire to eliminate the destructive effects of social injustice and racial disparities on the health of our nation’s people. We offer unwavering support and admiration for the diverse community of dermatologists and other healthcare providers who are dedicated to healing.
ADA Board Members
Board of Directors
* Jeffrey Callen, MD, President
* Brian Berman, MD, PhD, Immediate Past President
* Maria Hordinsky, MD, Vice President
* Robert Brodell, MD, Secretary-Treasurer
* Thomas Helm, MD, Asst. Secretary-Treasurer
* David Pariser, MD, Historian
* Desiree Ratner, MD, Director
* Murad Alam, MD, Director
* Sabra Sullivan, MD, Director
* Hensin Tsao, MD, Director
* Daniel M. Siegel, MD, Director
* Andrew Alexis, MD, First Five Year, Director
ADA 140th Annual Meeting
Mark Your Calendars
2020 Annual Meeting - Laguna Niguel, CA
Dates: October 28th – November 1st, 2020
To make a contribution to ADARE
ADARE is, the American Dermatological Association Research and Education Fund. ADARE was organized to promote research in the field of dermatology. Over the years the fund has financed research grants for medical residents and follows and has supported lectureships and the society’s historical archives.
All contributions made to ADARE, a 501(c)(3) entity, are tax deductible.
Payments can be made by check or credit card.