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Nominations open for Women in Dermatology showcase

Is there a female Canadian dermatologist you believe deserves recognition for their professional, academic, or leadership contributions to dermatology in Canada?

Photo by Ilmicrofono Oggiono, via Flickr

This Spring, The Chronicle of Skin & Allergy will publish a special commemorative edition titled Women in Dermatology, showcasing the significant contributions women make to the profession of dermatology in Canada.

As part of that issue we will be spotlighting 10 female dermatologists who have had a significant impact on the specialty in this country, with brief biographies highlighting their careers. Nominations for dermatologists to be included are now open.

Please submit nominations by email to by no later than 5:00 p.m. EST Friday, March 29.

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