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.
Dr. Clark Otley of Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota; Dr. Daniel Eisen of the University of California, Davis Medical Center; Dr. Eva Hurst of Washington University St. Louis School of Medicine; and Dr. Michel McDonald of Vanderbilt University will transition on to the ACMS Board of Directors at the 2019 Annual Meeting this May. Dr. Otley begins his one-year term as Secretary/Treasurer before serving as Vice President in 2020-21 and President in 2021-22. Drs. Eisen, Hurst and McDonald will serve as Directors on the Board until 2022.
Listen now to the latest episode of the ACMS podcast series, Conversations in Mohs Surgery. Host Dr. Thomas Knackstedt interviews Dr. Barry Leshin, immediate past president of the ACMS, who discusses the past year leading the College, his career as a Mohs surgeon, starting his own practice, and lessons learned in 30+ years of practice.