Lecture

Dermatologic Clinical Trials in the Bay Area and New Therapies for skin cancers, pre-skincancer and beyond

Presented by Dr. Anne Chang, MD

Assistant Professor, Stanford Department of Dermatology.

Objectives

  • Identify the different levels of evidence to evaluate clinical trials
  • The state of current level of evidence pertaining to two common diseases in older adults: pruritus and advanced skin cancer
  • Gaps in knowledge in treating two common diseases in older adults: pruritus and advanced skin cancer
  • Important considerations when referring patients for a clinical trial
  • How to search for the appropriate clinical trial for your patient

Location

Patient Viewing Location:
Stanford Medical Outpatient Center Department of Dermatology
450 Broadway, Pavilion B, 4th Floor
Redwood City, CA
(7:30 am-9:00 am)
Lecture and Discussion Location:
Stanford Medical Outpatient Center Department of Dermatology
450 Broadway, Pavilion B, 2nd Floor
Redwood City, CA
(9:00 am – 12 noon)
Parking is available on-site, no permit required

Schedule

07:30-08:00: Breakfast and Sign-in (Pavilion B, 4th Floor, Dermatology Clinic)
08:00-09:00: Patient Viewing (Pavilion B, 4th Floor, Dermatology Clinic)
09:15-09:30: Welcome/introduction
09:30-10:15: Weiss/Zackheim Lectureship entitled “Cutting edge dermatologic therapeutics: recent clinical trials in older adults” (Pavilion B, 2nd Floor, Conference Room)
10:15-11:30: Case Presentations (Pavilion B, 2nd Floor, Conference Room)
11:45 to noon: Discussion and closing remarks