Conference Partners

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Aesthetic Dermatology Group

ADEG is a group of dermatologists teaching aesthetic dermatology in Singapore, which is a rapidly expanding subspecialty catering to maintenance and improvement of various aspect of aesthetic skin conditions. Some common areas of aesthetic dermatology include basic and specialized skincare, treatment of various pigmentation problems, management of photoaging, treatment of acne scarring and hair disorders.

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Arab Academy of Dermatology and Aesthetics

"The Arab Academy of Dermatology and Aesthetics was founded in 2011. It's a non-profitable scientific body and the largest, most influential and representative dermatology group in the Arab region. Along with its international members, it represents virtually all practicing dermatologists, Aesthetics specialist, and skincare experts encouraging scientific meetings and facilitating collaboration with different events worldwide. Advancing the frontiers of dermatologic care by promoting the exchange of ideas and embracing innovation and technological advances, overcoming accessibility barriers, optimizing data-driven improvements in care and expanding outreach to the Arab region across the global community."
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Association of Korean Dermatologists

AKD is the representing association of Korean dermatologist who practicing dermatology clinics or hospitals. AKD is established since 1998 and hosting international conference named Koreaderma since 2019.
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New Zealand Dermatological Society

The New Zealand Dermatological Society (NZDS) was established in 1948. Its members are specialist dermatologists, medical experts in skin diseases, conditions and their treatment. All fellows must participate in a Professional Development recertification programme and are Registered as Dermatologists by the Medical Council of New Zealand.

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Singapore Medical Association

Formed in 1959, the Singapore Medical Association (SMA) is the national medical organisation representing the majority of medical practitioners in both the public and private sectors.

The objectives of the SMA are:

  • to promote the medical and allied sciences in Singapore;
  • to maintain the honour and interests of the medical profession;
  • to foster and preserve the unity and aim of purpose of the medical profession as a whole;
  • to voice its opinion and to acquaint the Government and other relevant bodies with the policies and attitudes of the profession;
  • to support a higher standard of medical ethics and conduct; to enlighten and direct public opinion on problems of health in Singapore; and
  • to publish papers, journals and other materials in furtherance of these objectives.

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Taiwanese Dermatological Association

The Taiwanese Dermatological Association (TDA) was founded in 1975. Over the past 40 years, TDA has grown into a large organization with more than 1,000 members. The members come from the medical center, government, university, private practice, and researchers in basic dermatological science. The members of TDA are actively involved in international collaborative research projects including studies on cutaneous drug hypersensitivity, psoriasis, vitiligo and arsenic poisoning. With quite a number of internationally renowned speakers in basic research, drug adverse reaction, cosmetic laser, injectable, and skin surgery, TDA plays a leading role in the development of dermatology science and aesthetic medicine across Asia.

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