General Annual Meeting Information
The following awards are presented each year at the Annual Meeting:
Frederic E. Mohs Award for Career Achievement
This prestigious lifetime achievement award honors individuals who promote Mohs surgery throughout their career with their teaching, clinical practice, scientific contributions, innovation, mentorship, or service to the organization, in the spirit of Dr. Mohs. The award is presented each year at the Business Meeting during the Annual Meeting.
Theodore Tromovitch Award
Distinguished Service Award
Each year, the ACMS Executive Committee nominates a member or members of the College who devoted extraordinary time and/or effort to a particular College-related project, activity, or initiative in the past year or several years. The award is presented each year at the Business Meeting during the Annual Meeting.
Fellows-in-Training Clinicopathologic Case Competition
Fellows-in-training are invited to submit clinicopathologic slides and photographs of Mohs cases that have uncommon or rare pathology or that illustrate prototypical diagnostic challenges and keys to diagnosis or tumor detection. The winner will be invited to present the case during a plenary session at the Annual Meeting.
Please direct questions regarding the Fellows-in-Training Clinicopathologic Case Competition to Mary Randall at email@example.com or (414) 347-1103.
For details on poster presentations, view the Poster Specifications page.
Digital Diagnostic Quality Control Exam
The Diagnostic Quality Control Exam is entirely online. This allows for more flexibility to review the slides at the meeting, and allows completion of the exam before and after meeting. Instructions for accessing the digital DQC exam will be sent via the email address used for registration prior 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 will not be offered for taking the digital Diagnostic Quality Control Exam.