SCDA President, Dr. Timothy Woodall, Leads Annual Medical Education Meeting in Charleston, SC
Dr. Timothy Woodall, president of the nationally recognized South Carolina Dermatological Association, led and organized the annual medical education meeting for over 150 dermatologists from 5 states.
The two day meeting, held in Charleston, SC, April 8-9, welcomed many expert guest physicians including Ruth Ann Vleugels, MD, from Harvard Medical School, lecturing on the Dermatologist’s Role in a Multisystem Disease as well as Advanced Management of Cutaneous Lupus Erythematosus.
Dr. Richard White Lectures at SCDA Meeting on Inherited Cancer Syndrome
Dr. Richard White, Secretary-Treasurer-Elect of the South Carolina Dermatological Association, lectured at the recent SCDA's annual education meeting on The Role of the Dermatologist in Inherited Cancer Syndromes. Dr. White also presented a similar lecture at the American Academy of Dermatology’s Annual Meeting in New Orleans this year.
To an audience of over 150 dermatologists from 5 states, Dr. White discussed ways in which dermatologists can identify and screen for patients and families who may be at risk for an inherited cancer syndrome such as breast, ovarian, colon, renal, pancreatic, and melanoma.
Dr. White’s wife, Brook White, is a genetics counselor at Carolinas Medical Center in Charlotte, NC.
If you are interested in learning more about skin cancer treatments, skin cancer surgery, medical dermatology or cosmetic dermatology in the Rock Hill, South Carolina, and Charlotte, North Carolina metro area, click here to request an appointment with Dr. Timothy Woodall, Dr. Richard White, or Ms. Kristin Berka. Or you can call our office, The Palmetto Skin & Laser Center, at (803) 329-6030 to schedule your appointment.