Founded in 1967, the American College of Mohs Surgery is a membership organization of more than 1,500 fellowship-trained skin cancer and reconstructive surgeons specializing in the Mohs micrographic surgical technique pioneered by Dr. Frederic E. Mohs. The ACMS serves as the voice of the specialty, promoting and advancing the highest standards of patient care through fellowship training, research, education and public advocacy.
Registration closes today, May 3 for the American College of Mohs Surgery's 53rd Annual Meeting, taking place May 6-9, 2021 virtually, 2021 Annual Meeting attendees will experience the College's quality robust content digitally this year. All sessions will take place virtually as scheduled and will be available on-demand post-meeting for all paid registrants.
Episode 26 of the College's podcast series is now available. Episode 26 features David R. Carr, MD, MPH, FACMS, of Ohio State University. Dr. Carr is an Associate Professor in the Division of Dermatology, Director of Mohs Surgery, and the Fellowship Director for the MSDO Fellowship at OSU. Dr. Carr discusses Utility of Debulk Specimens During Mohs Micrographic Surgery for Cutaneous Squamous Cell Carcinoma; recently published in Dermatologic Surgery;