The Acne Core Outcomes Research Network (ACORN) consists of an international group of dermatology clinicians and researchers who have come together to develop improved outcome measures of acne for use in clinical trials. Once developed, it is hoped that these outcome measures may be adopted in the research community to create a generation of data that will facilitate comparison of acne...Read More
New research on the pathogenesis of rosacea has begun to shed light on the sequence of events leading to clinical manifestations of rosacea. The AARS sanctioned a recent meeting dedicated soley to rosacea, and with the collaboartion of AARS members and Board of Directors, the findings of this research have been published in the March 2013 Supplement to Cutis.Read More
The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) endorsed the AARS's first detailed, evidence based clinical guidelines for the diagnosis and treatment of pediatric acne. The guidelines, titled, "Evidence-Based Recommendations for the Diagnosis and Treatment of Pediatric Acne," appeared in the May 2013 supplement to Pediatrics, published online May 6, 2013. ...Read More
The 2nd Annual AARS Scientific Symposium took place on May 7, 2013 from 4:30 PM - 6:30 PM during the 2013 International Investigative Dermatology (IID) Conference in Edinburgh, Scotland. The meeting highlighted work from past AARS Clinical Research Grant recipients and current AARS members from around the world. ...Read More
As part of our educational initiatives, the AARS conducts interviews with members of the Society and the Board of Directors regarding pertinent topics in acne and rosacea. These Clinical Audiopearls feature a different member of the AARS discussing updates and innovations in the treatment and management of these diseases. See what has...Read More
'Acne Vulgaris' is edited by AARS Honorary Chairman Dr. Alan Shalita (in memoriam), AARS Past President Dr. James Del Rosso, and AARS Founding Member Dr. Guy Webster, and was published with the hope that it would lead to further research, discussion, and refinement of our concepts of both the pathogenesis and treatment of acne.Read More
You can now support the AARS every time you buy items from Amazon.com. AmazonSmile is the same service as Amazon, except that for every purchase you make a percentage of the price will be automatically donated to AARS by Amazon.
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