Fee Schedule


Early Registration
On or before
Feb. 16

Regular Registration
Feb. 17-
March 31


ACMS Life Members



Must pre-register

ACMS Fellow and Associate Members;
and Associate Applicants




Current Fellows-in-Training or Dermatology Residents




Physicians must be currently participating in an approved residency or fellowship training program in Micrographic Surgery and Dermatologic Oncology. Physicians in a residency or fellowship training program must submit a letter of verification indicating the type of program in which they are enrolled from the program chair or fellowship training director with their registration form.

Non-Member Physicians




A letter of sponsorship from an ACMS member must accompany all non-member registration forms.

Mohs Surgical Assistants




Surgical assistants employed by an ACMS member may register and attend any scientific sessions, except for Morning Mini-Sessions. Surgical assistants must submit a letter of verification from their physician with their registration form.





This registration is available to guests of a physician who is registered for the meeting. It includes admittance to the exhibit hall and receptions. Guest registration does not permit admittance to any of the scientific sessions. Only registered guests will be allowed in the Exhibit Hall and receptions. No children under the age of 18 are allowed in the Exhibit Hall.

Morning Mini-sessions (Breakfast Sessions)

$55 Each

All ACMS members, Associate Applicants, current fellows-in-training, and residents who are registered for the meeting may sign up to attend a Morning Mini-Session. Pre-registration for these sessions is strongly encouraged as seats are limited. Registrants will receive tickets for the Morning Mini-Sessions; each session will have a room monitor who will only admit those who have the correct ticket. Tickets may be purchased at the registration desk until the session is sold out.

Digital Diagnostic Quality Control Exam


The Diagnostic Quality Control Exam is now entirely online. Instructions for accessing the digital DQC exam will be sent to your email address leading up to the Annual Meeting. Access to the Diagnostic Quality Control Exam is $50 for ACMS members and free to fellows-in-training. Only ACMS members who register for the exam and complete it online will receive a certificate. Certificates are mailed approximately 4-6 weeks after the meeting. CME credit is offered for taking the digital Diagnostic Quality Control Exam.


Important Dates

January 2017
5:  Pre-registration & hotel room block open
12:  Abstract submission deadline

February 2017
15:  Fellows-in-Training Clinicopathological
       Case Competition submission deadline
16:  Early meeting registration ends

March 2017
3:  Exhibit booths must be paid in full
24:  Hotel room block closes
31:  Pre-registration ends; must register
       onsite after this date
31:  No Exhibitor refunds after this date

April 2017
27-30:  Annual Meeting

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