SOCS Networking and Educational Symposium in San Francisco – October 5, 2023

The recent “San Francisco Networking Symposium,” hosted by Ingrid Roseborough, MD, FAAD, on October 5, 2023 at Victory Hall was a resounding success! Attendees, ranged from seasoned professionals to rising stars, creating an enriching and engaging environment in the iconic setting of San Francisco.

The event seamlessly blended education and connection featuring enlightening presentations, insightful discussions, and opportunities that fostered meaningful engagement. Dr. Roseborough’s warm welcome sets the tone of active participation and exploration of collaboration avenues, inspiring attendees to ignite their passion and commitment to advancing in the field of dermatology. Our event boasted a lineup of distinguished speakers, including: Dr. Lavanya Krishnan enlighted us with insights into cutting-edge developments, while Dr. Tomi Lee Wall shared valuable perspectives on laser procedures in skin of color, Dr. Ekama Carlson delved into dermatological surgical procedures, and Dr. Jenna Lester provided expert advice on Artificial Intelligence in the field of dermatology. Their collective expertise inspired and knowledge-sharing at the networking event.

We extend our sincere appreciation to Dr. Ingrid Roseborough for her exceptional leadership and dedication to fostering connections and knowledge-sharing. Our gratitude also goes to Pfizer, whose vital support has transformed this gathering into a beneficial and enjoyable
evening for all.

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