Mission of the NCDA

The mission of the North Carolina Dermatology Association is to bring into one federated organization the dermatologists of North Carolina so that they may interact for the purposes of professional education, advocacy for quality patient care and advancement of the practice of dermatology.

Meeting News

Registration now open for the 2022 NCDA Summer Meeting (July 22-24)

The meeting will be held on July 22-24, 2022 at the Marriott Resort in Hilton Head, SC
Exhibitors: Interested in sharing your products and services with meeting attendees? Please download an Exhibitor Prospectus for more information or contact Gail Stephenson with questions.

2022 NC Dermatology Association Annual Meeting Has Gone Virtual

NC Dermatology Association 2022 Meeting in Review

The NCDA hosted its 2022 Annual Meeting on January 22-23 in a virtual setting. The Annual Meeting program featured outstanding faculty who addressed current topics of interest to the practicing dermatologist and dermatopathologist. This year’s program focused on skin of color and included presentations on hidradenitis suppurativa, updates in laser and light treatments, and management of vitiligo and dyschromia. 

In addition to clinical presentations, there was an important legislative update and member business meeting.

The 2022 NCDA Executive Board was installed as well: 

    • President – Dr. Mattie Nicholas
    • Vice-President and Program Chair – Dr. Gilly Munavalli
    • Secretary/Treasurer – Dr. Raj Varma
    • Immediate Past President – Dr. Sarah Cash 


Many thanks to our 2022 Annual Meeting supporters who helped make this meeting possible!
  • Gold Level:  Abbvie, Bristol Myers Squibb, and Sanofi
  • Silver Level:  GPA Laboratories, North Carolina Medical Society, and UCB



Other News and Resources

Join Expert Faculty Dr. Mark Lebwohl in His Upcoming Virtual Small-Group, CME Meet-Ups!

Dr. Lebwohl is from the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai in New York. He will be leading the upcoming small-group meetings to discuss:

    • Lack of U.S. guidance that complicates pustular psoriasis diagnosis and management
    • Recent pathophysiologic findings for pustular psoriasis and implications of treatment 
    • Latest safety and efficiency data for new and emerging agents       

Click this link to go to the meet-ups registration site to find a time that works for you!

COVID-19 Resources from the American Academy of Dermatology

North Carolina Dermatology Association


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North Carolina Medical Society


North Carolina Dermatology Association

Street Address:  222 N. Person Street, Raleigh, NC  27601                                 Phone: 919.833.3836 or Toll Free (NC Only) 800.722.1350
Mailing Address:  PO Box 27167, Raleigh, NC  27611                                          Fax: 919.833.2023

Email: ncderm@ncmedsoc.org