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									                  Annual Report




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Dermatology Foundation
Investing
in the
Future of
Dermatology
Inside
Report from the Trustees ................................................................. 1
2002 Year in Review ........................................................................... 2
2003 Physician Scientist Career Development Awards ..............4
2003 Clinical Career Development Awards
     in Dermatologic Surgery .........................................................4
2003 Clinical Career Development Awards
     in Health Care Policy ............................................................... 5
2003 Dermatologist Investigator Research Fellowships .............5
2002 Corporate Honor Society .......................................................8
2002 Annenberg One Hundred......................................................10
2002 Leaders Society Roster ..........................................................11
2003 Research Career Development Awards ............................18
2003 Fellowship in Pediatric Dermatology ..................................19
2003 Research Fellowships ..............................................................20
2003 Patient Directed Investigation Grants ................................21
2003 Ichthyosis Research Grants ...................................................21
2003 Dermatopathology Research Grant ....................................21
2003 Program Development Grants .............................................22
2003 Research Grants ......................................................................22
Honorary Awards ..............................................................................24
Education for Today’s Practitioner ................................................26
Other Contributions from the Specialty ......................................27
Financial Report..................................................................................28
REPORT FROM THE TRUSTEES: to Meet the Needs of Medical and Surgical Dermatology
THE DERMATOLOGY FOUNDATION—Evolving




           T
                      oday, at the beginning of a new century, the Dermatology Foundation—like the specialty itself—is the
                      product of the rapid evolution medicine has experienced in the past 20 years. From minimally-funded
                      one-year grants and fellowships, the Foundation is fully committed to developing the research
                      and teaching careers of emerging physician-scientists through multi-year
                      awards. Currently, these multi-year allocations—with stipends of $55,000/
                      year—are supporting investigators in basic science and developing careers in
                      medical dermatology, dermatologic surgery and healthcare policy. In 2003, the
           Foundation allocated $2.7 million for 54 research projects—more than half of which
           were for the multi-year career development awards.
                  As the Dermatology Foundation marks its 38th year, we briefly reflect on its
           tradition of investing in people—dermatologists and patients—and its overall mission of        Jouni J. Uitto, M.D.,
                                                                                                          Ph.D.
           supporting dermatology’s research base. In its formative years, the Foundation identified
                                                                                                          President
           and funded young dermatologists who sought careers in investigative dermatology and
           teaching. While this innovative approach was a step in the right direction, the funding
           was modest. During 1967-68, the Foundation awarded a total of $70,000 in the form of
           14 one-year, $5,000 grants. This was made possible by the start up contributions of sev-
           eral specialty organizations, several corporations, as well as special gifts from individual
           dermatologists—who were the Dermatology Foundation’s first members.
                  During the 1970’s, one-year, $7,500 fellowships were added to the awards catego-
           ries, and funding more than doubled as the number of Foundation members grew along             Bruce U. Wintroub, M.D.
           with that of its industry partners. This growth pattern of support and funding continued Chairman, Board
           during the 1980’s at an increasingly accelerated pace so that by 1989 nearly $800,000          of Trustees
           was allocated to launch the careers of young, research and teaching-oriented dermatolo-
           gists.
                  The vision for the future combines elements of the Foundation’s historic roots and the anticipated needs
           of medical and surgical dermatology. The DF will continue its commitment to people—dermatologists and
           patients—and to its overall mission of supporting the specialty’s research and teaching base. The DF will
           reach out to dermatologists and industry for increased support of multi-year awards—which build research
           and teaching careers and identify the specialty’s emerging leaders in medical and procedural dermatology—by
           enlisting more contributors and broadening the levels of participation. The DF will continue and expand its co-
           operation with other specialty organizations to include development of research and teaching careers in such
           areas as dermatologic surgery, medical and pediatric dermatology, dermatopathology, ichthyosis, and psoriasis.
                  A look at the accomplishments in 2002 which follow reinforces our conviction that—together—we can
           achieve this vision. In fact, 2002 can be regarded as the first step in a new era of progressive dermatology that
           the DF’s founders put in motion nearly 40 years ago.

           Governance & Administration
           The following colleagues concluded their terms as members of the Board of Trustees. We are pleased to
           recognize them and to extend our appreciation for their stewardship: Drs. Karyanne O. Duncan, Alice P.
           Pentland and Jorge L. Sanchez.
                Hundreds of dermatologists from the broad spectrum of medical and surgical dermatology volunteer
           on behalf of the Foundation. The Trustees wish to honor the work of the Leaders Society and Annenberg
           Circle physician network, the Association of Professors of Dermatology for providing faculty members for
           the Foundation’s annual CME program and the deliberations of the Medical and Scientific Committee. We truly
           appreciate their willingness to spend countless hours on behalf of the specialty. On behalf of our fellow Trust-
           ees, we thank all members of the specialty and our corporate partners for their sustaining support.


           Jouni J. Uitto, M.D., Ph.D.                         Bruce U. Wintroub, M.D.
           President                                           Chairman, Board of Trustees




                                                                                                               2002 Annual Report   1
THE DERMA T O L O G Y F O U N D AT I O N



2002 YEAR IN REVIEW
       Record Giving for Research
       Members of the specialty and industry continued to express record
       financial support of the Foundation and its goal of building the
       research and teaching careers of investigators across the spectrum
       of 21st century dermatology:

                       $2 million from individual                           —10th consecutive year over 80%+
       FROM THE SPECIALTY
                       dermatologists—an all-time high
                                                                            63% of all Foundation members giving
                                A record 139 members of the An-             $1,000 or more—a jump of 8% over
                                nenberg Circle                              the previous year
                                37 new Annenberg Circle
                                members—record annual growth
                                                                          FROM INDUSTRY
                                A record 1,151 Leaders Society              Nearly $2 million from over 20
                                members                                     corporations and specialty societies
                                85% Leaders Society renewal rate            5 industry partners pledging $1 million
                                                                            to the DF. In 2002 Stiefel Laboratories,
                                                                            Inc. joined this prestigious and excep-
                                                                            tionally generous roster whose mem-
                             Top Regions in NEW Leaders
                                                                            bers also include Dermik Laboratories,
                             Society Members
                                                                            Inc.; Fujisawa Healthcare, Inc.; Galderma
                             Northern Illinois (16)
                             Northern Ohio (12)
                                                                            Laboratories, L.P.; and OrthoNeutro-
                             Bay Area, CA (11)                              gena
                             New York/Downstate (8)
                             Florida/North-Central; Michigan;
                               Pennsylvania/Eastern; Texas/Dallas
                                      & Texas/San Antonio-Austin (7)
                             Florida/South & Georgia/Atlanta (5)



                             Tops in Leaders Society
                             per Capita of AAD Members
                             Wyoming (100%)
                             Utah (34%)
                             Alabama (25%)
                             Hawaii & Iowa (22%)
                             Illinois, Michigan &
                                 Nebraska (18%)




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  Eleven corporations giving                    $2.7 MILLION—BUILDING RESEARCH CAREERS
  $50,000 or more to the DF’s
  2003 Research Awards Program:
  Avon Products, Inc.; Biogen Idec;            $1,500,000
  Dermik Laboratories, Inc.;                                    Dermatologic
                                                                  Surgery
  Fujisawa Healthcare, Inc.;                                        (4)
  Galderma Laboratories, L.P.;                 $1,250,000
  Medicis, The Dermatology                                       Health Care
  Company®; Novartis Pharmaceu-                                    Policy
                                                                     (3)
  ticals Corporation; Roche                    $1,000,000
  Laboratories; and Unilever Home
  & Personal Care-USA
                                                                 Physician-
                                                 $750,000         Scientist
                                                                    (10)

COMMITMENT TO THE FUTURE
  The Foundation’s Research                      $500,000
  Endowment Fund grew to new
  levels—$4.35 million—as a result
                                                                  Basic Skin
  of record total revenue of                     $250,000         Research         (12)             (16)
                                                                     (9)
  $4.2 million

                                                       $0
                                                                Multiyear      1-year Fel-       1-year
                                                                 Career         lowships         Grants
                                                                 Awards


                   For All of Dermatology—
                   A NEW GENERATION OF LEADERS IN RESEARCH AND TEACHING
                   At the 2002 Annual meeting, the Foundation provided 54 research awards
                   totaling $2.7 million. More than half of the individual awards are directed
                   to the development of research and teaching careers in medical and
                   procedural dermatology through one of the multi-year Career Develop-
                   ment categories, each providing $55,000/year for up to three years. In
                   this way, the DF’s funding provides invaluable career-track continuity for
                   dermatologists across the broad spectrum of the specialty’s investigative
                   and teaching arenas.




                                                                                                 2002 Annual Report   3
2003 PHYSICIAN SCIENTIST CAREER DEVELOPMENT AWARD
             Evangelos V. Badiavas, M.D., Ph.D.    THE ROLE OF BONE MARROW CELLS IN CUTANEOUS WOUND HEALING
             Roger Williams General Hospital
                                                    The emerging field of stem cell biology may open new avenues for treatment
                                                    of a variety of disorders. There is growing evidence that stem cells from one
             organ can make tissues of another organ. Our preliminary experiments indicate that some bone marrow cells can
             incorporate and possibly regenerate wounded skin tissues. This proposal will address identifying those bone mar-
             row cells that are capable of integrating into wounded skin and becoming skin tissues.




             Rachael A. Clark, M.D., Ph.D.         PRODUCTION OF HUMAN T CELLS USING A SKIN-DERIVED THYMIC
                                                   CONSTRUCT
             Harvard University
                                                 T cells protect the body from infection and cancer. New T cells develop in the
                                                 thymus, an organ that largely disappears by adulthood. After damage to the
             immune system, the ability to make new T cells is limited. We have reprogrammed skin cells to act as a surrogate
             thymus, allowing production of new T cells. It is our goal to eventually produce T cells that can be given to patients
             to treat infections and cancer.




             Nancy E. Thomas, M.D., Ph.D.          MELANOMA NRAS/BRAF MUTATIONS: A POPULATION-BASED
                                                   STUDY
             The University of North Carolina
             at Chapel Hill                       Melanoma, a potentially fatal and generally chemoresistant malignancy, is
                                                  rapidly increasing in incidence. NRAS and BRAF are the most commonly mu-
             tated oncogenes found in melanoma. In this study, the population-based frequency and mutational spectrum
             of NRAS/BRAF will be characterized and associated with subtype, potential precursors, risk and prognostic factors
             in primary melanoma. Clarifying the role of NRAS/BRAF in melanoma development, progression and heterogeneity
             would be expected to lead to better prevention, classification, and treatment.




2003 CLINICAL CAREER DEVELOPMENT AWARD IN DERMATOLOGIC SURÐGERY
                                                  IDENTIFICATION OF EPIDEMIOLOGICAL RISK FACTORS AND ELU�CI�DA�TION OF
             John A. Carucci M.D., Ph.D.          MOLECULAR MECHANISMS INVOLVED IN DEVELOPMENT OF CATASTROPHIC CUTA-
                                                  NEOUS CARCINOGENESIS IN ORGAN TRANSPLANT RECIPIENTS
             Cornell University
                                                      Organ transplant recipients are at increased risk for aggressive skin cancer.
                                                                The following issues will be addressed in a Dermatologic Surgery
             Unit that includes within its mission the advancement of care for organ transplant recipients with skin cancer: 1.
             identification of patients at highest risk for catastrophic disease and optimization of management of patients with
             overwhelming disease; 2. elucidation of unique mechanisms of tumor biology; and, 3. evaluation of novel prophylac-
             tic, suppressive, diagnostic and treatment strategies.


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2003 CLINICAL CAREER DEVELOPMENT AWARD IN HEALTH CARE POLICY
        Joel M. Gelfand, M.D.                 THE INCIDENCE OF CANCER IN PSORIASIS PATIENTS
        University of Pennsylvania
                                               There is increasing evidence linking psoriasis with an increased risk of cancer.
                                               We will perform a study in over 150,000 psoriasis patients to determine if
        cancer rates are increased in these patients using the General Practice Research Database in the United Kingdom.
        The results of this study will have important implications for the care of psoriasis patients and will develop an im-
        portant new tool to study a variety of population based outcomes in psoriasis patients.




        Jack S. Resneck, Jr., M.D.            NEW METHODS FOR EXAMINING DERMATOLOGY WORKFORCE
                                              ADEQUACY
        University of California,
        San Francisco                          Patients, referring physicians, and dermatologists themselves are complaining
                                               that the current supply of dermatologists is inadequate to meet the demand
        for services. Scientific evidence about the state of the dermatology workforce is insufficient, and past efforts
        to project needs have been plagued by numerous difficulties. This series of studies is designed to use new and
        innovative methods to project future workforce needs in dermatology so that training programs can respond ap-
        propriately.




2003 DERMATOLOGIST INVESTIGATOR RESEARCH FELLOWSHIP
       Noah Craft, M.D., Ph.D.                HOST-PATHOGEN INTERACTION IN CUTANEOUS LEISHMANIA
                                              INFECTION
       University of California,
       Los Angeles                           Leishmaniasis is a disfiguring parasitic disease of the skin affecting nearly
                                             twelve million people worldwide. The organism invades human cells, exploits
       molecules within these cells to support its growth, multiplies until it destroys the host cell, and then invades the
       next cell. We will use functional genetic screening techniques to identify molecules involved in parasite invasion and
       evasion of the skin’s immune system. Identification of these molecules may lead to new targets for drug therapy.




       Larisa Geskin, M.D.                    DEVELOPMENT OF DENDRITIC CELL-BASED VACCINE FOR
                                              TREATMENT OF CUTANEOUS T-CELL LYMPHOMA
       University of Pittsburgh
                                              Dendritic cells (DCs) are the most potent antigen presenting cells (APCs)
                                              and can elicit protective and therapeutic tumor immunity. We propose to
       develop DCs-based immunotherapies for the treatment of Cutaneous T-cell lymphoma (CTCL). We will develop
       immunization strategies utilizing autologous DCs as APCs and patient tumor cells as a source of antigen.
       Theoretically, CTCL represents a perfect target for DC-based immunotherapy given its immunologic character,
       and the great need for effective therapies.


                                                                                                        2002 Annual Report        5
             Anita N. Haggstrom, M.D.                 PROSPECTIVE STUDY OF HEMANGIOMAS OF INFANCY
             University of California,
             San Francisco                         Hemangiomas of infancy are the most common tumors of childhood,
                                                   occurring in approximately 10% of infants. While most infants have a limited,
             benign clinical course, many others experience considerable disfigurement, and a minority of infants have life-threat-
             ening complications. Our study is the first prospective, multi-center, cohort study of patients with hemangiomas of
             infancy that analyzes whether certain patient and maternal characteristics or prenatal and perinatal events correlate
             with the development or behavior of certain hemangioma subtypes.




             Mark D. Herron, M.D.                     UTAH PSORIASIS INITIATIVE AND PROGNOSTIC FACTORS
                                                      IN PSORIASIS PATIENTS
             University of Utah
                                                      The presence of obesity in psoriasis patients is common. The role of obesity in early
                                                      life on the natural history of disease, age of onset, severity of disease, progression of
             disease, and development of psoriatic arthritis in unknown. We predict the onset of obesity in early life may negatively im-
             pact psoriasis in adulthood. The goal of this study is to determine if obesity in early life predicts early onset of psoriasis
             and overall severity of disease. If this proves to be true, measures can be taken to reduce childhood and adolescent
             obesity, which may reduce risk of developing psoriasis. This research will also bring focus to the possibility of modi-
             fying existing psoriasis by treating underlying obesity.



             Lloyd S. Miller, M.D., Ph.D.             INNATE IMMUNITY TO BACTERIAL SKIN INFECTIONS
             University of California,
             Los Angeles                            The majority of cutaneous bacterial infections in humans is due to
                                                    Staphylococcus aureus and Group A Streptococcus. This proposed study will
             investigate the role of Toll-like receptors (TLRs), particularly TLR2 in mediating immune responses and generation
             of antimicrobial peptides directed against these common bacterial skin infections. This study will broaden our un-
             derstanding of cutaneous host defense and may lead to much needed novel antibacterial therapies, thereby expand-
             ing our arsenal against these infections.




             Esperanza C. Welsh, M.D.                 ENZYMATIC REMOVAL OF BIOFILM FROM A PARTIAL THICKNESS
                                                      WOUND ON A PIG MODEL
             University of Miami
                                                    This study is going to enable us to better understand other means by which
                                                    biofilms can be eliminated. Enzymatic therapy can be a new therapeutic “gun”
             by which resistant bacteria can be tackled. This would be the first study in which in a controlled fashion enzymes
             are used to eliminate biofilms in partial thickness wounds. The results of this study can impact not only Dermatol-
             ogy, but many other fields in medicine.




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AWARD RENEWALS
PHYSICIAN SCIENTIST CAREER DEVELOPMENT AWARD
Second Year Renewals
Sumayah Jamal, M.D., Ph.D.
New York University
REGULATION OF E-CADHERIN AND MCAM IN MELANOCYTES AND MELANOMA CELLS BY ENDOTHELIN-1

Alexandra Boer Kimball, M.D., M.P.H.
Stanford University
LAMININ 5 BETA 3 GENE TRANSFER FOR JUNCTIONAL EPIDERMOLYSIS BULLOSA

Kehua Li, M.D.
Thomas Jefferson University
TARGETED ABLATION OF THE BULLOUS PEMPHIGOID ANTIGEN 2 GENE

Michael E. Ming, M.D.
University of Pennsylvania
DEVELOPMENT OF CLINICALLY USEFUL MODELS PREDICTING THE OCCURENCE OF SECOND
PRIMARY MELANOMAS

Hensin Tsao, M.D., Ph.D.
Harvard University
THE ROLE OF THE XERODERMA PIGMENTOSUM C GENE IN THE PATHOGENESIS OF MELANOMA


Third Year Renewals
Melanie K. Kuechle, M.D.
University of Washington
THE ROLE OF CASPASES IN EPIDERMAL DIF�FER�EN�TI�A�TION AND DISEASE

Franziska Ringpfeil, M.D.
Thomas Jefferson University
MOLECULAR MECHANISMS IN PSEUDOXANTHOMA ELASTICUM



CLINICAL CAREER DEVELOPMENT AWARD IN DERMATOLOGIC SURGERY
Second Year Renewals
Kristen Marie Kelly, M.D.
University of California, Irvine
OPTIMIZING LASER TREATMENT OF PORT WINE STAIN USING CRYOGEN SPRAY COOLING

Ken K. Lee, M.D.
Oregon Health Sciences University
USE OF OPTICAL IMAGING IN THE EVALUATION OF SKIN PATHOLOGY

Jeffrey S. Orringer, M.D.
University of Michigan
NON-ABLATIVE LASER THERAPY: BIOCHEMICAL MECHANISMS AND CLINICAL CORRELATION



CLINICAL CAREER DEVELOPMENT AWARD IN HEALTH CARE POLICY
Second Year Renewals
Sarah L. Chamlin, M.D.
Northwestern University
THE EFFECTS OF ATOPIC DERMATITIS ON THE QUALITY OF LIFE OF CHILDREN AND THEIR FAMILIES:
INSTRUMENT DEVELOPMENT, TESTING AND REFINEMENT




                                                                                    2002 Annual Report   7
2002 CORPORATE PARTNERSHIP PROGRAM
Partners in Fulfilling the Foundation’s Mission of Advancing Patient Care through Research

              The Trustees express appreciation to all its corporate benefactors who support the Research Awards
              Program as well as Foundation publications, lectureships, the Annual Colloquium and the Leaders Society
              recognition program.



     PLATINUM BENEFACTOR
     ($200,000 to $500,000)



     Dermik Laboratories, Inc.
     Fujisawa Healthcare, Inc.
     Galderma Laboratories, L.P.
     Ortho Neutrogena
     GOLD BENEFACTOR
     ($100,000 to $199,000)



     Medicis, The Dermatology Company®
     Unilever Home & Personal Care–U.S.A.
     SILVER BENEFACTOR
     ($50,000 to $99,999)


     American Academy of Dermatology
     Avon Products, Inc.
     Biogen Idec
     L’Oreal Recherche
     Novartis Pharmaceuticals Corporation
8    Dermatology Foundation
2002 BENEFACTORS, PATRONS AND SPONSORS
            The Trustees also express appreciation to the following specialty societies, individuals and
            companies that help underwrite the Foundation’s Research Awards Program, continuing
            medical education programs and professional publications.

   DISTINGUISHED BENEFACTOR II                                   DISTINGUISHED BENEFACTOR I
   ($40,000 to $49,999)                                          ($25,000 to $39,999)
   Foundation for Ichthyosis & Related Skin Types                Allergan Skin Care
                                                                 Almay Inc., Division of Revlon Consumer Products
                                                                     Corporation
                                                                 Connetics Corporation
                                                                 Ferndale Laboratories, Inc.
                                                                 ICN Pharmaceuticals, Inc.
                                                                 Mary Kay Inc.
                                                                 Pfizer Inc.
                                                                 Pharmacia Consumer Healthcare
                                                                 Procter & Gamble Company
                                                                 Society for Investigative Dermatology




   BENEFACTOR III                                                BENEFACTOR II
   ($10,000 to $24,999)                                          ($5,000 to $9,999)
   3M Pharmaceuticals                                            Noah Worcester Dermatological Society
   American Society of Dermatopathology                          SkinMedica, Inc.
   Bioglan Pharmaceuticals Company
   Enhanced Derm Technologies (A Cardinal Company)
   Merz Pharmaceuticals                                          BENEFACTOR I
   Society of Pediatric Dermatology                              ($2,500 to $4,999)
   Stiefel Laboratories, Inc.
                                                                 Berlex Laboratories, Inc.
   The Cosmetic, Toiletry & Fragrance Association
                                                                 Georgia Society of Dermatologists
                                                                 J.W. Kieckhefer Foundation




   PATRON                                                        SPONSOR
   ($1,000 to $2,499)                                            ($100 to $999)
   Alabama Dermatology Society                                   Society of Dermatology Physician Assistants
   Buffalo-Rochester Dermatology Society
   Cleveland Dermatological Society
   Masters Dermatologic Association
   New England Dermatological Society, Inc.
   Pittsburgh Academy of Dermatology
   Tennessee River Dermatology, P.C.
   University Compounding Pharmacy of San Diego
   Women’s Dermatologic Society




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2002 ANNENBERG ONE HUNDRED
                               Since its inception in 1994, the Annenberg Circle has grown steadily. At the close of 2002, its
                               membership reached 139 dermatologists and lay members, creating the Annenberg One Hun-
                               dred. The Trustees of the Dermatology Foundation are deeply appreciative of the generosity of
                               the individuals whose names appear below. Their extraordinary commitment helps ensure the
                               growth of the Foundation’s Research Awards Program and comes at a time when dermatolo-
                               gists continue to evolve as the specialists in providing expert treatment for diseases of the skin,
                               hair and nails.
                                   Up to $10,000 of accrued Leaders Society membership can be applied to Annenberg Circle
                               participation. In order to ensure continuity in future research funding, a major portion of
                               each Annenberg Circle contribution is transferred to the Foundation’s Research Endowment
                               Fund.
     FROM THE SPECIALTY              J. Harvey Gardner, M.D.       Dennis E. Newton III, M.D.       Ben M. Treen, M.D.
     Tina S. Alster, M.D.            Barbara A. Gilchrest, M.D.    Margaret E. Olsen, M.D.          James E. Turner, M.D., Ph.D.
     Rex A. Amonette, M.D.           Michael H. Gold, M.D.         Thomas G. Olsen, M.D.            Stephen K. Tyring, M.D., Ph.D.
     Thomas W. Andrews, M.D.         David J. Goldberg, M.D.       Richard E. Otoski, M.D.          Jouni J. Uitto, M.D., Ph.D.
     Diane R. Baker, M.D.            Mitchel P. Goldman, M.D.      Gerald G. Overly, M.D.           Eugene J. Van Scott, M.D.
     Joel R. Barkoff, M.D.           Gloria F. Graham, M.D.        Lafayette G. Owen, M.D.          John J. Voorhees, M.D.
     Rodney S.W. Basler, M.D.        James H. Graham, M.D.         John A. Parrish, M.D.
                                     George W. Hambrick, Jr.,                                       Donald S. Waldorf, M.D.
     Paul W. Becker, M.D.                                          William T. Parsons, M.D.         Wallace N. Weber, M.D.
     Paul R. Bergstresser, M.D.         M.D.                       Nicholas V. Perricone, M.D.
                                     John R. Hamill, Jr., M.D.                                      Stephen B. Webster, M.D.
     Susan Bershad, M.D.                                           Rhonda Rand, M.D.                Bruce U. Wintroub, M.D.
                                     C. William Hanke, M.D.        Ronald P. Rapini, M.D.
     Karl R. Beutner, M.D., Ph.D.                                                                   Mitchell S. Wortzman, Ph.D.
                                     John M. Haraldsen, M.D.       Arthur R. Rhodes, M.D., M.P.H.
     Jag Bhawan, M.D.                                                                               James A. Yeckley, M.D.
                                     Harley A. Haynes, M.D.        Phoebe Rich, M.D.
     David R. Bickers, M.D.                                                                         Ruey J. Yu, Ph.D., O.M.D.
                                     Jean M. Holland, M.D.         Julee Richards, M.D.
     Kenneth B. Bielinski, M.D.                                                                     Herschel S. Zackheim, M.D.
                                     Coleman Jacobson, M.D.        Roy S. Rogers III, M.D.
     John Q. Binhlam, M.D.                                                                          Nardo Zaias, M.D.
                                     Marie-Louise Johnson, M.D.,   Robert L. Roschel, M.D.
     Jay E. Birnbaum, Ph.D.
                                     Ph.D.                         Jill R. Rosenthal, M.D.
     Marshall L. Blankenship, M.D.
                                     Waine C. Johnson, M.D.        Louis Rubin, M.D.
     Ronald R. Brancaccio, M.D.                                                                     FROM THE PUBLIC
                                     Robert E. Jordon, M.D.        Neil S. Sadick, M.D.
     Martin Braun III, M.D.                                                                         David D. Fadness
                                     William D. Ju, M.D.           Leslie F. Safer, M.D.
     Robert T. Brodell, M.D.         Jay C. Klemme, M.D.                                            Gavin S. Herbert
     Jeffrey P. Callen, M.D.                                       Richard K. Scher, M.D.
                                     Albert M. Kligman, M.D.,      Jimmy D. Schmidt, M.D.           Ira Lawrence, M.D.
     Robert G. Carney, Jr., M.D.                                                                    Thomas L. Mehl, Sr.
                                        Ph.D.                      Bryan C. Schultz, M.D.
     Marvin E. Chernosky, M.D.       Gerald G. Krueger, M.D.                                        Glenn A. Oclassen
     C. Ralph Daniel III, M.D.                                     Alan R. Shalita, M.D.
                                     Francis C. Lee, M.D.                                           Jonah Shacknai
     William P. Davey, M.D.                                        Steven K. Shama, M.D.,
                                     David J. Leffell, M.D.                                         Charles W. Stiefel
     Vincent A. DeLeo, M.D.                                            M.P.H.
                                     Albert M. Lefkovits, M.D.                                      Werner K. Stiefel
     William Dorner, Jr., M.D.                                     Albert Shapiro, M.D.             Thomas G. Wiggans
                                     James J. Leyden, M.D.
     Dan A. Dunaway, M.D.                                          Christopher R. Shea, M.D.
                                     Michael G. Mancuso, M.D.
     W. Christopher Duncan, M.D.                                   Laurence A. Sibrack, M.D.
                                     Eugene Mandrea, M.D.                                             Annenberg Circle Founder
     Gary A. Dyer, M.D.                                            David N. Silvers, M.D.
                                     Robert E. McCallister, M.D.
     Richard L. Edelson, M.D.                                      Mary C. Spellman, M.D.
                                     Robert J. McNamara, M.D.
     Boni E. Elewski, M.D.                                         John R. Stanley, M.D.
                                     Alan Menter, M.D.
     Melvin L. Elson, M.D.                                         Daniel M. Stewart, D.O.
     Ervin H. Epstein, Jr., M.D.
                                     Andrew L. Messenger, M.D.
                                     Warwick L. Morison, M.D.
                                                                   Hiram M. Sturm, M.D.                 DEFERRED GIFTS
     John H. Epstein, M.D.                                         Neil A. Swanson, M.D.
                                     Ronald L. Moy, M.D.
                                                                   Robert A. Swerlick, M.D.                  The
     William L. Epstein, M.D.        Peter J. Muelleman, M.D.
     James O. Ertle, M.D.                                          Leonard J. Swinyer, M.D.          Charles A. Oclassen
                                     M. Gayle Mullanax, M.D.
     Richard E. Fitzpatrick, M.D.    Howard Murad, M.D.
                                                                   Mark B. Taylor, M.D.               Charitable Trust
     Irwin M. Freedberg, M.D.                                      Maurice A. Thew, M.D.
                                     Douglas N. Naversen, M.D.     Helen M. Torok, M.D.
     Phillip Frost, M.D.

10   Dermatology Foundation
2002 LEADERS SOCIETY ROSTER
                   The Trustees express appreciation to the following 1,290 members of the 2002 Leaders Society and
                   Annenberg Circle for their generous support of research that expands the scientific base of both medical
                   and surgical dermatology and helps underwrite the future of our specialty. Annenberg Circle
                   members’ names appear in gray boldface print.

LEADERS SOCIETY                    ALABAMA                         Richard J. Havens              Karynne O. Duncan, M.D.
COMMITTEE                          Chair                           Therese A. Holguin, M.D.       Lawrence F. Eichenfield, M.D.
Chair                                Ruth A. Yates, M.D.           Michael J. Huether, M.D.       Peter M. Elias, M.D.
Michael D. Tharp, M.D.             Vice Chairs                     Russell L. Hunter, M.D.        Beverly A. Epstein, M.D.
                                     Bruce Rye, M.D.               Norman Levine, M.D.            Ervin H. Epstein, Jr., M.D.
Vice Chair                                                         R. Todd Plott, M.D.            John H. Epstein, M.D. ◆
                                     Vera Y. Soong, M.D.
James O. Ertle, M.D.                                               Henry H. Roenigk, Jr., M.D.    William L. Epstein, M.D.
                                     Patricia Wilson, M.D.
                                                                   Jonah Shacknai ◆               Sheila F. Friedlander, M.D.
                                   Matthew K. Abele, M.D.          Mitchell S. Wortzman,          Erlinda S. Fang, M.D.
Members
                                   John Anthony, M.D.                  Ph.D.                      Michael Fazio, M.D.
Rodney S. W. Basler, M.D.
                                   Robert B. Ash, M.D.                                            Kathy A. Fields, M.D.
Gerald G. Krueger, M.D.            Retna A. Billano, M.D.          ARKANSAS                       Richard E. Fitzpatrick, M.D.
Stuart R. Lessin, M.D.             Jane M. Blaum, M.D.             Chair                          David F. Frankel, M.D.
Elizabeth I. McBurney, M.D.        Ralph R. Braund, Jr., M.D.        G. Luke Lewis, M.D.          Michael J. Franzblau, M.D.
Alan Menter, M.D.                  Brian D. Cheshire, M.D.                                        Ilona J. Frieden, M.D.
William S. Sawchuk, M.D.                                           Jere D. Guin, M.D.
                                   Jean-Pierre D. Donahue, M.D.                                   James E. Fulton, Jr., M.D., Ph.D.
                                                                   Thomas D. Horn, M.D.
Richard K. Scher, M.D.             James E. Elder, M.D.                                           John Geisse, M.D.
Steven K. Shama, M.D.,             Boni E. Elewski, M.D. ◆                                        Ruby Ghadially, M.D.
                                   Craig A. Elmets, M.D.
                                                                   CALIFORNIA/Bay Area
    M.P.H.                                                         Chair                          Richard G. Glogau, M.D.o
Richard D. Sontheimer, M.D.        Sharon F. Gardepe, M.D.                                        Mitchel P. Goldman, M.D.
                                   Christopher B. Harmon, M.D.       Seth L. Matarasso, M.D.
                                                                                                  Peter M. Goldman, M.D.
                                   Carole L. Johnson, M.D.         Vice Chairs                    Robert W. Goltz, M.D.
                                   James M. Krell, M.D.              Donald M. Kay, M.D.          Joseph H. Greenberg, M.D.
                                   Jason L. Lockridge, M.D.          Amelia H. Kaymen, M.D.       Pearl E. Grimes, M.D.
                                   Steven L. Mackey, M.D.            Marilyn S. Kwolek, M.D.      Karyn Grossman, M.D.
                                   Gary D. Monheit, M.D.             Peter K. Webb, M.D.          David R. Harris, M.D.
                                   Robert M. Pritchett, M.D.                                      Gavin S. Herbert ◆
                                   Leonard T. Pynes, M.D.          CALIFORNIA/Los Angeles         Julie A. Hodge, M.D.
                                   Lon F. Raby, Jr., M.D.          Chair                          Vincent C. Hung, M.D.
                                   Deborah Y. Sanders, M.D.          David T. Woodley, M.D.       Leo Indianer, M.D.
                                   John K. Sowell, M.D.            Vice Chairs                    Stuart I. Jacobs, M.D.
                                   Julian M. Thomas, M.D.            Lani E. Clark, M.D.          Gail T. Jacoby, M.D.
                                   George G. Tisdale, M.D.           Robert Hartman, M.D.         Lenore S. Kakita, M.D.
                                   Joseph M. Webb, M.D.                                           Matthew H. Kanzler, M.D.
                                                                     Janice Kim, M.D.
                                   William R. Welborn, Jr., M.D.                                  A. Paul Kelly, M.D.
                                   Patricia Wilson, M.D.           Kenneth S. Alpern, M.D.        Suzanne L. Kilmer, M.D.
                                                                   Ronald J. Barr, M.D.           Laura A. King, M.D.
                                   ALASKA                          Eugene A. Bauer, M.D.          Arnold W. Klein, M.D.
                                   Peter G. Ehrnstrom, M.D.        Louis Bauman, M.D.             Alfred T. Lane, M.D.
                                                                   Timothy G. Berger, M.D.        Nikolajs A. Lapins, M.D.
                                   ARIZONA                         Karl R. Beutner, M.D., Ph.D.   John A. Lenahan, M.D.
                                   Chair                           Jeffrey T. Bortz, M.D.         Marketa Limova, M.D.
                                     Elaine P. Young, M.D.         J. David Brayton, M.D.         Fu�Tong Liu, M.D., Ph.D.
                                   Vice Chair                      Kimberly J. Butterwick, M.D.   Nicholas J. Lowe, M.D.
                                                                   Andrew S. Calciano, M.D.
                                     Mary F. Fredenberg, M.D.                                     Jamie L. MacDougall, M.D.
                                                                   WIlliam C. Chow, D.O.          Leslie A. Mark, M.D.
                                   Evan G. Bauer, M.D.             Michael W. Condie, M.D.        Theodora Mauro, M.D.
                                   Daniel Beeaff, M.D.             Marcus A. Conant, M.D.         Robert J. McNamara, M.D.
                                   Suzanne M. Connolly, M.D.       William R. Crain, M.D.         Brian P. Mekelburg, M.D.
                                   Mark V. Dahl, M.D.              Peggy S. Crawford, M.D.        Robert M. Melnikoff, M.D.
                                   David N. Flieger, M.D.          Patrick R. Dahl, M.D.          Allison E. Nicholas Metz, M.D.
                                   Ronald C. Hansen, M.D.          N. Charles Diakon, D.O.
                                   John M. Haraldsen, M.D.
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     Richard Mihan, M.D.               Jean Bolognia, M.D.                Keyvan Nouri, M.D.            Charles W. Stiefel
     Howard G. Milstein, M.D.          Ivan S. Cohen, M.D.                Robert A. Snyder, M.D.        Werner K. Stiefel
     Robert L. Modlin, M.D.            Kenneth A. Cohen, M.D.                                           Jennifer L. Vesper, M.D.
                                                                      David L. Allyn, M.D.
     Ronald L. Moy, M.D.               Kevin M. Diette, M.D.                                            Christopher Shea Virtue, M.D.
                                                                      David R. Arrowsmith, M.D.
     Howard Murad, M.D. ◆              Lisa M. Donofrio, M.D.                                           Diane Walder, M.D.
                                                                      Fredric S. Brandt, M.D.
     Constance Nagi, M.D.              Richard L. Edelson, M.D.                                         Nelson A. Warner, M.D.
                                                                      Charles Camisa, M.D.
     Frank R. Noodleman, M.D.          Michele E. Gasiorowski, M.D.                                     Nardo Zaias, M.D.
                                                                      Stephen E. Chiarello, M.D.
     Glenn A. Oclassen                 Michael Girardi, M.D.
                                                                      Loretta M. Ciraldo, M.D.
     Margaret E. Olsen, M.D. ◆         Robert D. Greenberg, M.D.                                        GEORGIA
                                                                      Bernard H. Cohen, M.D.
     John L. Peterson, M.D., Ph.D.     David J. Leffell, M.D.                                           Chair
                                                                      Peter Donelan, M.D.
     Daniel J. Piacquadio, M.D.        Ellen B. Milstone, M.D.                                            James A.Yeckley, M.D.
                                                                      Ana Duarte, M.D.
     Jerome Potozkin, M.D.             Maritza I. Perez, M.D.                                           Vice Chair
                                                                      W. Christopher Duncan,
     Norman M. Price, M.D.             Nicholas V. Perricone, M.D.                                        Billie L. Jackson, M.D.
                                                                          M.D.
     Vera H. Price, M.D.               Ronald C. Savin, M.D.
                                                                      N. Fred Eaglstein, D.O.
     Rhonda Rand, M.D.                 Jeffrey S. Schechner, M.D.                                       GEORGIA/Atlanta
                                                                      William H. Eaglstein, M.D.
     Vail Reese, M.D.                  Laurence A. Sibrack, M.D.                                        Chair
                                                                      Sharon I. Fairbee, M.D.
     Mark S. Reisman, M.D.             Robert E. Tigelaar, M.D.                                           Robert A. Swerlick,
                                                                      Neil A. Fenske, M.D.
     Wendy E. Roberts, M.D.            Kalman L. Watsky, M.D.
                                                                      Theodore N. Fotopoulos, M.D.         M.D.
     Kathryn P. Rodan, M.D.            Alicia Zalka, M.D.
                                                                      Anthony F. Fransway, M.D.         Vice Chairs
     Jerral S. Seibert, M.D.           Jonathan R. Zirn, M.D.
                                                                      Michael J. Freeman, M.D.            C. Russell Harris, Jr., M.D.
     Lynn Shipman, M.D.
     Stacy R. Smith, M.D.              DELAWARE
                                                                      Phillip Frost, M.D. ◆               Calvin O. McCall, M.D.
                                                                      Brad P. Glick, D.O., M.P.H.         Jonathan S. Weiss, M.D.
     Mary C. Spellman, M.D.            Chair
                                                                      John R. Hamill, Jr., M.D.
     Abel Torres, M.D.                    Maurice A.Thew, M.D. Ruth Hanno, M.D.                         Jack Arbiser, M.D., Ph.D.
     Daniel J. Trozak, M.D.                                                                             Mark F. Baucom, M.D.
                                       Peter B. Panzer, M.D.          Brian Harris, M.D.
     Denny L. Tuffanelli, M.D.                                                                          Harold J. Brody, M.D.
                                       Scott M. Panzer, M.D.          Sidney Indgin, M.D.
     Jane S. Wada, M.D.                                                                                 S. Wright Caughman, M.D.
                                       Mitchell Stickler, M.D.        Tim Ioannides, M.D.
     Gary Wagner, M.D.                                                                                  Dan K. Chalker, M.D.
                                                                      Stanley E. Jacobs, M.D.
     Patricia S. Walker, M.D., Ph.D.                                                                    Gregory J. Cox, M.D.
                                       DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA           S. Manjula Jegasothy, M.D.
     John W. Weiss, M.D.                                                                                Marian C. Finan, M.D.
                                       Chair                          Robert H. Johr, M.D.
     Thomas G. Wiggans                                                                                  Robert M. Fine, M.D.
                                          Cheryl M. Burgess, M.D.     Timothy F. Kelly, M.D.
     Bruce U. Wintroub, M.D.                                                                            William E. Freeman, M.D.
                                       Tina S. Alster, M.D.    ◆      Jonette Keri, M.D., Ph.D.
     Allan S. Wirtzer, M.D.                                                                             Christine P. Glavey, M.D.
                                       Martin Braun III, M.D.         Timothy M. Kilpatrick, M.D.
     Gail Wong, M.D.                                                                                    Edmond I. Griffin, M.D.
                                       Mervyn L. Elgart, M.D.         Ronald C. Knipe, M.D.
     Christopher B. Zachary, M.D.                                                                       Mark J. Holzberg, M.D.
                                       Rebat M. Halder, M.D.          Nancy Simons Ling, M.D.
     Herschel S. Zackheim, M.D.                                                                         William R. Howard, Jr., M.D.
                                       Beverly A. Johnson, M.D.       John Long, Jr., M.D.
                                                                                                        D. Scott Karempelis, M.D.
                                       Sandra I. Read, M.D.           Donald P. Lookingbill, M.D.
     COLORADO                                                                                           E. Clyde Kelly III, M.D.
                                       Carmen M. Williams, M.D.       Gary L. Marder, D.O.
     Chair                                                                                              Thomas J. Lawley, M.D.
                                                                      Thomas L. Mehl, Sr.
       Bruce W. Kornfeld, M.D.                                        Dan H. Meirson, M.D.
                                                                                                        David J. Levine, M.D.
     Vice Chair                        FLORIDA/North-Central                                            Paula Nelson, M.D.
                                       Chair                          John L. Meisenheimer, Jr., M.D.
       Adrienne E. Stewart, M.D.                                                                        Frank J. Pinto, M.D.
                                                                      John L. Millns, Jr., M.D.
                                          Albert J. Nemeth, M.D.                                        Bette C. Potter, M.D.
     Maida L. Burrow, M.D.                                            Jeffrey G. Moskowitz, M.D.
                                       Vice Chairs                                                      Orlando G. Rodman, Jr., M.D.
     James E. Fitzpatrick, M.D.                                       Phyllis K. Murphy, M.D.
                                          Michael G. Caruso, M.D.     Michael A. Myers, M.D.
                                                                                                        Leslie F. Safer, M.D.
     Loren E. Golitz, M.D.
                                          Christopher P. Crotty, M.D. Wayne R. Porter, M.D.             James T. Sandwich, M.D.
     James C. Huff, M.D.
                                          Terrence Hopkins, M.D.                                        Michael J. Sharkey, M.D.
     Patrick J. Lillis, M.D.                                          Sandra L. Price, M.D.
                                          Jeffrey D. Parks, M.D.                                        George B. Skipworth, M.D.
     J. Michael Maloney, M.D.                                         Bartholomew D. Ragucci, M.D.
                                                                                                        Marcus R. Stonecipher, M.D.
     Stephen H. Mandy, M.D.               Oliver M. Reed, M.D.        Blas A. Reyes, M.D.
                                                                                                        Hiram M. Sturm, M.D.
     David A. Norris, M.D.                Pan Vasiloudes, M.D., Ph.D. Daniel Rivlin, M.D.
                                                                                                        Richard L. Sturm, M.D.
     Perry L. Rashleigh, M.D.             Susan Holloway Weinkle,     Douglas N. Robins, M.D.
                                                                                                        Stephen F. Templeton, M.D.
     Barbara R. Reed, M.D.                   M.D.                     David A. Rodriguez, M.D.
                                                                                                        Rebecca Y. Vaughn, M.D.
     Kathleen Y. Sawada, M.D.                                         Michael J. Rogers, M.D.
                                                                                                        Thomas R. Wade, M.D.
     John J. Schmidt, M.D.             FLORIDA/Southern               Susan S. Roper, M.D.
                                                                                                        Janice Murphy Warner, M.D.
     Brent C. Sigler, M.D.             Chair                          Kenneth A. Rosen, M.D.
                                                                                                        Wesley S. Wilborn, M.D.
     Patrick Walsh, M.D.                  Sorrel S. Resnik, M.D.      William J. Roth, M.D., Ph.D.
                                                                                                        Isaac Willis, M.D.
                                       Vice Chairs                    Louis Rubin, M.D.
                                                                                                        Keith D. Wright, M.D.
     CONNECTICUT                          Judith E. Crowell, M.D.     Justin L. Shields, M.D.
                                                                                                        Sylvia W. Wright, M.D.
     Chair                                Robert Kirsner, M.D.
                                                                      Kristin W. Smallwood, M.D.
       Leon E. Luck, M.D.                                             Kim L. Spear, M.D.
                                          Susana Leal-Khouri, M.D. Roger H. Stewart, M.D.
     Vice Chair
                                         Barbara C. Nordqvist,
       Philip E. Shapiro, M.D.
                                           M.D.
12   Dermatology Foundation
HAWAII                            William A. Caro, M.D.             Michael D. Tharp, M.D.        Michael D. Giessel, M.D.
Chair                             I-Ja Chan, Ph.D.                  Dennis P. West, Ph.D.         Michael L. Haag, M.D.
  Stella S. Matsuda, M.D.         Rosemary Chen, M.D.               David H. Whitney, M.D.        Thelda M. Kestenbaum, M.D.
Vice Chairs                       Brian Cook, M.D.                  Patricia P. Wyhinny, M.D.     David M. O’Connell, M.D.
  L. Bruce Mills, M.D.            Irving H. Distelheim, M.D.        Scott Zahner, M.D.            Timothy Parker, M.D.
                                  James O. Ertle, M.D.                                            Colleen M. Reisz, M.D.
  Sharon A. Minami, M.D.,
                                  Matthew Evans, M.D.               INDIANA                       Timothy T. Sawyer, M.D.
     Ph.D.
                                  John H. Exner, M.D.               Chair                         Donald K. Tillman, Jr., D.O.
Norman Goldstein, M.D.            David D. Fadness                    Peter L. Winters, M.D.      Wallace N. Weber, M.D.
Gregory Herbich, M.D.             Jerome D. Fallon, M.D.
                                                                    Anonymous
David M. Huntley, M.D.            Virginia C. Fiedler, M.D.                                       KENTUCKY
                                                                    Charles W. Bartholome, M.D.
Julie R. Kenner, M.D.             Tony Sio-Ta Fu, M.D.                                            Chair
                                                                    Gabriella Castillo, M.D.
Kevin J. Mott, M.D.               Jerome M. Garden, M.D.                                            Fernando R. DeCastro,
                                                                    Gary P. Dillon, M.D.
Carla J. Nip-Sakamoto, M.D.       Louisa Krusack Gehlmann, M.D.                                       M.D.
                                                                    Alexander A. Fondak, M.D.
Robert S. Shapiro, M.D.           Paul Getz, M.D.
                                                                    Joseph Fruland, M.D.          Teresa J. Bentley, M.D.
                                  Jonathan N. Goldfarb, M.D.
                                                                    C. William Hanke, M.D.        Jyoti B. Burruss, M.D.
IDAHO                             Harry M. Goldin, M.D.
                                                                    Frederic P. Hibbeln, M.D.     Jeffrey P. Callen, M.D.
Chair                             Joan Guitart, M.D.
                                                                    William C. Lentz, M.D.        William P. Davey, M.D.
  Kay Bishop, M.D.                William J. Hanshaw, M.D.
                                                                    Robert W. Martin III, M.D.    Vilma C. Fabre, M.D.
C. Paul Brooke, M.D.              James Herrmann, M.D.
                                                                    Robert E. McCallister, M.D.   Christopher J. Frost, M.D.
Randall D. Burr, M.D.             Victoria Holloway, M.D.
                                                                    Thomas McGovern, M.D.         Ronald D. Hall, M.D.
Gerald G. Overly, M.D ◆           Sharon Horton, M.D.
                                                                    M. Kathleen McTigue, M.D.     Carol L. Kulp-Shorten, M.D.
                                  Ellen Jacobsen, M.D.
                                                                    Ginat W. Mirowski, D.M.D.,    Lafayette G. Owen, M.D.
ILLINOIS/Northern                 Beth A. Jester, M.D.
                                                                       M.D.                       Jeffrey B. Richardson, M.D.
Chair                             John B. Kalis, M.D.
                                                                    Norma H. Schmitz, M.D.        Robert H. Zax, M.D.
                                  John T. Keane, M.D.
  Stephanie F. Marschall,                                           Keeter D. Sechrist, M.D.
                                  Matthew R. Kelleher, M.D.
    M.D.                                                            Linda V. Spencer, M.D.        LOUISIANA
                                  Robert V. Kolbusz, M.D.
Vice Chairs                                                         Barbara R. Sturm, M.D.        Chair
                                  Alan E. Lasser, M.D.
  Jeffrey S. Altman, M.D.                                           Arthur J. Sumrall, M.D.         Elizabeth I. McBurney, M.D.
                                  Anne E. Laumann, M.D.
  Thomas W. Andrews,                                                Lori S. Swan, M.D.            Vice Chairs
                                  Robert M. Lavker, Ph.D.
     M.D.                         Ira Lawrence, M.D.                                                Harris M. Blackman, M.D.
  Jonith Y. Breadon, M.D.                                           IOWA                            Erin E. Boh, M.D., Ph.D.
                                  Patricia Ledwig, M.D.
  Mark D. Hoffman, M.D.
                                                                    Chair                           Jack S. Resneck, M.D.
                                  Francis C. Lee, M.D.
                                                                      Richard D. Sontheimer,
  Arthur R. Rhodes,               Tehming Liang, M.D., Ph.D.                                        Richard Sherman, M.D.
                                  Susan G. Liebovitz, M.D.              M.D.
     M.D., M.P.H.                                                                                 Rhonda R. Baldone, M.D.
                                  David A. Lorber, M.D.             Vice Chairs
  Christopher R. Shea,                                                                            David J. Clemons, M.D.
                                  Frederick D. Malkinson, M.D.        Mark G. Cleveland,
     M.D.                                                                                         David Cooksey, M.D.
                                  Karen L. Maloney, M.D.                M.D., Ph.D.
                                                                                                  Michael E. Cormier, M.D.
ILLINOIS/Southern                 Eugene Mandrea, M.D.                John H. Wollner, M.D.
                                                                                                  Patricia K. Farris, M.D.
Chair                             Mary C. Martini, M.D.             Richard T. Ameln, M.D.        Wesley King Galen, M.D.
                                  Mary C. Massa, M.D.               Roger I. Ceilley, M.D.
  Stephen P. Stone, M.D.                                                                          Christopher R. Hubbell, M.D.
                                  Alexandria Meccia, M.D.           John M. DeMay, M.D.
Vice Chairs                                                                                       Mary P. Lupo, M.D.
                                  Jeffrey L. Melton, M.D.           Martine Dunnwald, M.D.        Daniel A. Marshall, Jr., M.D.
  Chester Danehower, Jr.,
                                  Chanachai Memark, M.D.            Bryon Gaul, M.D.              Larry E. Millikan, M.D.
    M.D.                          Julie A. Moore, M.D.              Robert G. German, M.D.        Lee T. Nesbitt, Jr., M.D.
  Lester J. Fahrner, M.D.         Brian J. Nickoloff, M.D., Ph.D.   Robert F. Godwin, M.D.        Donald I. Posner, M.D.
John C. Ansel, M.D.               Marianne N. O’Donoghue,           Steve Harlan, M.D.            H. Patrick Ragland, M.D.
Cheryl A. Armstrong, M.D.              M.D.                         Allen D. Harves, M.D.         Marilyn C. Ray, M.D.
Bonnie Barsky, M.D.               Amy Paller, M.D.                  John W. Holtze, M.D.          Glenn G. Russo, M.D.
Gary J. Barsky, M.D.              Edward S. Peterka, M.D.           Gary E. Quinby, M.D., Ph.D.   Joseph P. Shrum, M.D.
Ruth Barsky, M.D.                 Kathleen A. Remlinger, M.D.       Kenzo Sato, M.D.              Nia Katechis Terezakis, M.D.
Bruce Bennin, M.D.                M. Joyce Rico, M.D.               Mary S. Stone, M.D.           John M. Yarborough, M.D.
Mark A. Berk, M.D.                June K. Robinson, M.D.            John S. Strauss, M.D.
Ronald S. Berne, M.D.             Marjorie Mintz Rosenbaum,         Kent D. Walker, M.D.          MARYLAND
Kenneth B. Bielinski, M.D.             M.D.                         Susan Dale Wall, M.D.         Chair
Marshall L. Blankenship, M.D. ◆   Bryan C. Schultz, M.D. ◆
                                                                                                    Stanley J. Miller, M.D.
Darryl M. Bronson, M.D.           Burton E. Silver, M.D.            KANSAS                        Vice Chair
Clarence W. Brown, Jr., M.D.      Albert H. Slepyan, M.D.           Chair                           Lisa Renfro, M.D.
Jerome T. Budz, M.D.              Donna L. Stockton, M.D.             Jennifer Ashby, M.D.
Robert A. Buzzell, M.D.           Harry C. Stone II, M.D.                                         Grant J. Anhalt, M.D.
Robert G. Carney, Jr., M.D.       Carol K. Tharp, M.D.              Robert D. Durst, Jr., M.D.    Robert S. Berger, M.D.


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     Paula Bourelly, M.D.           Michael S. Kaminer, M.D.       Robert Lamberts, M.D.             Jennifer Ashby, M.D.
     Valerie D. Callender, M.D.     Seth G. Kates, M.D.            Robert G. Lee, M.D.               Lynn A. Cornelius, M.D.
     Stephen Dalton, M.D.           Amy B. Koff, M.D.              Won Kyu Lee, M.D.                 John D. DeSpain, M.D.
     Diane S. Ford, M.D.            Nellie Konnikov, M.D.          Lori Lowe, M.D.                   Gary A. Dyer, M.D.
     Anthony A. Gaspari, M.D.       James V. Kowalski, M.D.        Jolanta E. Malinowski, M.D.       Karen E. Edison, M.D.
     Ronald Goldner, M.D.           Thomas Kupper, M.D.            David A. Mehregan, M.D.           Arthur Z. Eisen, M.D.
     Allan C. Harrington, M.D.      Joseph C. Kvedar, M.D.         Andrew L. Messenger, M.D.         Jacquelyn B. Garrett, M.D.
     Howard C. Hines, M.D.          Lisa H. Lerner, M.D.           Gregory G. Messenger, M.D.        John C. Hall, M.D.
     Mark J. Jaffe, M.D.            Mark A. Liska, M.D.            Jeffrey L. Messenger, M.D.        Mark A. Hurt, M.D.
     Robert Katz, M.D.              Merrill G. Liteplo, M.D.       John E. Miner, M.D.               Madhavi Kandula, M.D.
     Stephen I. Katz, M.D., Ph.D.   Claire P. Mansur, M.D.         Andrew J. Mitchell, M.D.          Pui Yan Kwok, M.D., Ph.D.
     Dennis Kurgansky, M.D.         Martin C. Mihm, Jr., M.D.      George J. Murakawa, M.D., Ph.D.   Sharon G. McDonald, M.D.
     Stanford I. Lamberg, M.D.      John A. Parrish, M.D.          Michael J. Redmond, M.D.          David E. Payne, M.D.
     Gerald S. Lazarus, M.D.        Barry S. Paul, M.D.            Mitchell A. Rinek, M.D.           Lindall A. Perry, M.D.
     Barbara E. McAlpine, M.D.      Michael M. Pugliese, M.D.      Steven Shumer, M.D.               David C. Rada, M.D.
     Sean McCagh, M.D.              Francis S. Renna, M.D.         Marvin D. Siegel, M.D.            William V. Stoecker, M.D.
     Lynn J. McKinley-Grant, M.D.                                  Michael T. Siegel, M.D.           F. Anthony Thomas, M.D.
     Warwick L. Morison, M.D.       MICHIGAN                       Kimball W. Silverton, D.O.        Susan M. Zurowski, M.D.
     Alan N. Moshell, M.D.          Chair                          Milton D. Soderberg, M.D.
     Richard G. Pfau, M.D.            Henry W. Lim, M.D.           Robert M. Soderstrom, M.D.        MONTANA
     Ronald B. Prussick, M.D.       Vice Chairs                    David V. Spurlin, M.D.            Chair
     Kenrick H. Roberts, M.D.         Sewon Kang, M.D.             Daniel M. Stewart, D.O.             Juliana Hicks, M.D.
     Tara A. Rumbarger, M.D.          Scott B. Karlene, M.D.       Stephen W. Sturman, M.D.
     Daniel N. Sauder, M.D.           Darius R. Mehregan, M.D.     Martin E. Tessler, M.D.           NEBRASKA
     Albert Shapiro, M.D. ◆                                        Sherri C. Vazales, M.D.           Chair
                                      Ali Moiin, M.D.
     David P. Smack, M.D.                                          John J.Voorhees, M.D.               Rodney S.W. Basler,
                                      Earl J. Rudner, M.D.
     David A. Spott, M.D.                                          John R. Vydareny, M.D.               M.D. ◆
     Mark C. Udey, M.D., Ph.D.        Kay E. Watnick, M.D.         Timothy S. Wang, M.D.             Vice Chair
     Robert A. Weiss, M.D.          Mary Beth Anderson, D.O.       Howard G. Welgus, M.D.              Geoffrey C. Basler, M.D.
     Mark L. Welch, M.D.            Thomas F. Anderson, M.D.
                                    Peter J. Aronson, M.D.         MINNESOTA                         Bert C. Frichot III, M.D.
     MASSACHUSETTS                  Barry I. Auster, M.D.          Chair                             Christopher J. Huerter, M.D.
     Chair                          David A. Baird, M.D.             Maria D. Hordinsky, M.D.        David N. Kingsley, M.D.
       Steven K. Shama,             David S. Balle, M.D.           Vice Chair                        John R. Luckasen, M.D.
                                    Mark R. Balle, M.D.                                              David Watts, M.D.
         M.D., M.P.H. ◆                                              Natalie Roholt, M.D.
     Vice Chairs                    Walter Barkey, M.D.
                                                                   Bruce J. Bart, M.D.               NEVADA
       Thomas H. Cahn, M.D.         Alan R. Berlin, D.O.
                                                                   Patrick S. Carney, M.D.           Chair
       Richard A. Johnson, M.D.     Henry G. Bryan, M.D.
                                                                   Charles H. Dicken, M.D.             Curt Samlaska, M.D.
                                    Roger C. Byrd, D.O.
       Kay Fang Kane, M.D.                                         Daniel K. Elieff, M.D.
                                    Johanna Chapel, M.D.                                             Johnnie M. Woodson, M.D.
       Jill R. Rosenthal, M.D.                                     Frederick S. Fish III, M.D.
                                    Neldagae S. Chisa, M.D.
       Stephen Werth, M.D.          Cynthia T. Chow, M.D.
                                                                   Ngo Thanh Hien, M.D.
                                                                   Valda N. Kaye, M.D.               NEW HAMPSHIRE
     A. Razzaque Ahmed, M.D.        Jenny Cotton, M.D., Ph.D.                                        Chair
                                                                   Steven E. Prawer, M.D.
     Richard R. Anderson, M.D.      Lawrence J. Desjarlais, M.D.                                       Kathryn A. Zug, M.D.
                                                                   Roy S. Rogers III, M.D.
     Kenneth A. Arndt, M.D.         Andrzej A. Dlugosz, M.D.
                                                                   Arnold L. Schroeter, M.D.         M. Shane Chapman, M.D.
     Howard P. Baden, M.D.          Helene C. Dombrowski, M.D.
                                                                   Whitney D. Tope, M.D.             Daniel W. Collison, M.D.
     Rita S. Berman, M.D.           Michael A. Dorman, M.D.
                                                                   Erin K. Warshaw, M.D.             Bill Danby, M.D.
     Jag Bhawan, M.D.               Thomas F. Downham II, M.D.
                                                                   Alvin Zelickson, M.D.             James Dinulos, M.D.
     Paul S. Birnbaum, M.D.         Howard V. Dubin, M.D.
                                                                   Brian Zelickson, M.D.
     Ivor Caro, M.D.                Charles N. Ellis, M.D.
     Lisa M. Cohen, M.D.            Lori I. Fedoronko, M.D.                                          NEW JERSEY
                                                                   MISSISSIPPI                       Chair
     Thomas W. Cooper, M.D.         Kevin J. Gaffney, M.D.
                                                                   C. Ralph Daniel III, M.D.           Booth H. Durham, M.D.
     Glenn A. Dobecki, M.D.         Stuart R. Gildenberg, M.D.
     Jeffrey S. Dover, M.D.         Steven K. Grekin, D.O.                                           Cheryl D. Ackerman, M.D.
                                                                   MISSOURI
     Richard F. Eisen, M.D.         Iltefat Hamzavi, M.D.                                            Beatrice Bland Abrams, Ph.D.
     Thomas B. Fitzpatrick, M.D.,   S.L. Husain Hamzavi, M.D.
                                                                   Chair
                                                                                                     Michael J. Auletta, M.D.
         Ph.D.                      Thomas D. Harris, M.D.           Peter J. Muelleman,
                                                                                                     Jerry Bagel, M.D.
     Steven J. Garrett, M.D.        Karen A. Heidelberg, M.D.        M.D.                            Saida Baxt, M.D.
     Barbara A. Gilchrest, M.D.     Ann E. Hern, M.D.              Vice Chairs                       Bruce J. Berger, M.D.
     Donald J. Grande, M.D.         Jean M. Holland, M.D.             Victoria Gunn, M.D.            Eric Bernstein, M.D.
     Terry P. Hadley, M.D.          Steven J. Hunt, M.D.              Gary W. McEwen, M.D.           Susan Bershad, M.D. ◆
     Harley A. Haynes, M.D.         Timothy M. Johnson, M.D.       Susan K. Ailor, M.D.              Jay E. Birnbaum, Ph.D.


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Gregory M. Borsuk, M.D.          Jack Eisert, M.D.                Patricia S. Wexler, M.D.        OHIO/Southern
Coyle S. Connolly, D.O.          Michael Fisher, M.D.             Michael B. Whitlow, M.D., Ph.D. Chair
William F. Cosulich, M.D.        Helen Flamenbaum, M.D.           Daniel B. Yarosh, Ph.D.            Hugh M. Gloster, Jr., M.D.
Herbert S. Feinberg, M.D.        Raul Fleischmajer, M.D.          Murray Zung, M.D.               Vice Chairs
Rami E. Geffner, M.D.            Irwin M. Freedberg, M.D.                                            Diya F. Mutasim, M.D.
David J. Goldberg, M.D.          Robert J. Friedman, M.D.         NORTH CAROLINA                     Julian J. Trevino, M.D.
Ira H. Gouterman, M.D.           Maria C. Garzon, M.D.            Chair
Daniel S. Groisser, M.D.         Roy Geronemus, M.D.                J. Blake Goslen III, M.D.      Melissa Babcock, M.D.
Melvin S. Gruber, M.D.           Herbert P. Goodheart, M.D.       Vice Chairs                      Jaye E. Benjamin, M.D.
Warren R. Heymann, M.D.          Lillian R. Graf, M.D.                                             Wilma F. Bergfeld, M.D.
                                                                    Alexander Chiaramonti,
William D. Ju, M.D.              Alan J. Halperin, M.D.                                            Brian P. Biernat, M.D.
                                                                      M.D.
Lincoln Krochmal, M.D.           N. Patrick Hennessey, M.D.                                        Robert T. Brodell, M.D. ◆
                                                                    Gloria F. Graham,              Brett M. Coldiron, M.D.
Emanuel G. Kuflik, M.D.          Ann C. Hill, M.D.
                                                                      M.D.                         Kevin D. Cooper, M.D.
Virginia Fallon Pellicci, M.D.   Francis W. Iacobellis, M.D.
Albert L. Rosenthal, M.D.        Michael I. Jacobs, M.D.          Robert A. Briggaman, M.D.        William Dorner, Jr., M.D.
Kurt S. Stenn, M.D.              Marie-Louise Johnson,            Gerald E. Cooley, M.D.           H. Michael Duke, M.D.
James T. Vail, Jr., M.D.              M.D., Ph.D                  Mary Lou Courrege, M.D.          R. Bennett Eppes, M.D.
                                 Hideko Kamino, M.D.              George W. Crane, Jr., M.D.       James W. Finn, M.D.
NEW MEXICO                       Paul Kechijian, M.D.             Luis A. Diaz, M.D.               Z. Charles Fixler, M.D.
Joel R. Barkoff, M.D.            Lester Klein, M.D.               Zoe D. Draelos, M.D.             Monte E. Fox, D.O.
                                 Mitchell A. Kline, M.D.          Steven R. Feldman, M.D., Ph.D.   Mahmoud A. Ghannoum, Ph.D.
NEW YORK/Downstate               Kevin B. Kulick, M.D.            Donald D. Fraser, M.D.           Scott C. Grevey, M.D.
Chair                            Mark Lebwohl, M.D.               Walter R. Gammon, M.D.           Cecelia L. Hamilton, M.D.
  Richard K. Scher,              Albert M. Lefkovits, M.D.        Ronald L. Godbold, M.D.          Cynthia P. Huang, M.D.
                                 Donald L. Levin, M.D.            Lowell A. Goldsmith, M.D.        Michelle A. Jahnke, M.D.
    M.D. ◆
                                 Lawrence M. Lieblich, M.D.       James H. Graham, M.D.            Christine Jaworsky, M.D.
Vice Chairs
                                 Peter C. Lombardo, M.D.          Russell P. Hall, M.D.            Amy Hehr Kassouf, M.D.
  David J. Arluk, M.D.
                                 Cynthia A. Loomis, M.D., Ph.D.   Frank M. Houston, M.D.           Jay C. Klemme, M.D.
  David Biro, M.D.                                                                                 Neil J. Korman, M.D., Ph.D.
                                 Timothy D. Mattison, M.D.        Joseph L. Jorizzo, M.D.
  Karen E. Burke, M.D., Ph.D.                                     Arthur R. Kamm, Ph.D.            Indira Krishnarao, M.D.
                                 Mary Gail Mercurio, M.D.
  Ellen C. Gendler, M.D.                                          Debra C. Liu, M.D.               George H. Kuffner, M.D.
                                 Jan E. Muhlbauer, M.D.
  Richard D. Granstein, M.D.     Rhoda S. Narins, M.D.            Frederick A. Lupton, M.D.        Jennifer Levin Popovsky, M.D.
  Debra Jaliman, M.D.            Richard B. Narins, M.D.          Patricia Marchase Mauro, M.D.    Stephen B. Levitt, M.D.
  Neil S. Sadick, M.D.           Kishwer S. Nehal, M.D.           John C. Murray, M.D.             Jenifer R. Lloyd, D.O.
                                 Antoinette P. Notaro, M.D.       Elise A. Olsen, M.D.             Lana L. Long, M.D.
NEW YORK/Upstate                 Norman Orentreich, M.D.          Sheldon R. Pinnell, M.D.         Michael G. Mancuso, M.D.
Chair                            Allan R. Oseroff, M.D., Ph.D.    Elisa M. Roberts, M.D.           Robert E. Marsico, Sr., M.D.
  Walter S. Brooks, M.D.         Arthur Papier, M.D.              Joseph Roche, M.D.               Robert E. Marsico, Jr., M.D.
Vice Chairs                      Hillard H. Pearlstein, M.D. +    W. Harrison Turner III, M.D.     Beno Michel, M.D.
  Thomas O. McMeekin, M.D.       Alice P. Pentland, M.D.          John R. Van Gurp, M.D.           Lauren S. Nagashima-Whalen,
  Craig C. Miller, M.D.          Robert G. Phelps, M.D.           Greg E. Viehman, M.D.                M.D.
                                 Stephanie H. Pincus, M.D.        Clayton E. Wheeler, Jr., M.D.    Susan Nedorost, M.D.
Dale M. Abadir, M.D.                                              Phillip M. Williford, M.D.       Thomas G. Olsen, M.D.
                                 Desiree Ratner, M.D.
A. Bernard Ackerman, M.D.                                                                          Bruce A. Oppenheim, M.D. +
                                 Michael L. Reed, M.D.
Murad Alam, M.D.                                                  NORTH DAKOTA                     Jerome R. Pomeranz, M.D.
                                 Leslie B. Rosen, M.D.
Anonymous                                                         Chair                            Jennifer M. Ridge, M.D.
                                 Stacy Salob, M.D.
Marc R. Avram, M.D.                                                  Norman E. Bystol, M.D.        Donald R. Schermer, M.D.
                                 Glynis A. Scott, M.D.
Hilary E. Baldwin, M.D.                                                                            Guillermo R. Sicard, M.D.
                                 Alan R. Shalita, M.D. ◆          Richard W. Blaine, M.D.
Jay G. Barnett, M.D.                                                                               Willard D. Steck, M.D.
                                 Jerome L. Shupack, M.D.
Vincent S. Beltrani, M.D.                                                                          Helen M.Torok, M.D.
                                 Daniel M. Siegel, M.D.           OHIO/Northern
Leonard Bernstein, M.D.                                                                            Karen Larson Turgeon, M.D.
                                 David N. Silvers, M.D.           Chair
David R. Bickers, M.D. ◆                                                                           Allison Vidimos, M.D.
                                 Lynn Silverstein, M.D.              Jonathan Bass, M.D.
Michael Bobrow, M.D.                                                                               Tarif M. Zaim, M.D.
                                 Nicholas A. Soter, M.D.          Vice Chairs
Ronald R. Brancaccio, M.D.
                                 Joel L. Spitz, M.D.                Anita C. Gilliam, M.D., Ph.D.
Gary J. Brauner, M.D.                                                                             OKLAHOMA
                                 Marcia G. Tonnesen, M.D.           Gary D. Lichten, M.D.
Marc D. Brown, M.D.                                                                               Chair
                                 Walter P. Unger, M.D.
Richard A.F. Clark, M.D.                                            William S. Lynch, M.D.          David M. Adelson, M.D.
                                 Donald S. Waldorf, M.D. ◆
Steven R. Cohen, M.D., M.P.H.                                       Eliot N. Mostow, M.D.
                                 Heidi A. Waldorf, M.D.                                           Raymond L. Cornelison, M.D.
Patrick J. Condry, M.D.                                             Stephen C. Somach, M.D.
                                 Robert R. Walther, M.D.                                           David K. Eslicker, D.O.
Michael J. Dannenberg, M.D.
                                 Kenneth Washenik, M.D.,                                           Scott W. Meyers, M.D.
Joyce Davis, M.D.
                                      Ph.D.
Vincent A. DeLeo, M.D.



+ Deceased                                                                                                   2002 Annual Report    15
     Steven A. Smith, M.D.          John O. Barton, M.D.              Ruey J.Yu, Ph.D., O.M.D. ◆         TEXAS/East
     James B. Stewart, Jr., M.D.    Joseph B. Bikowski, M.D.                                             Chair
     Douglas M. Vaughn, D.O.        Steven A. Binnick, M.D.           PUERTO RICO                          Phillip B. Bandel, M.D.
                                    Dominic A. Brandy, M.D.           Jorge L. Sanchez, M.D.             Vice Chair
     OREGON                         Jean B. Braun, M.D.                                                    Lawrence L. Anderson,
     Chair                          David G. Brodland, M.D.           RHODE ISLAND                           M.D.
       Richard E. Otoski,           Guy J. Carnabuci, M.D.            Nomate Kpea, D.O.
         M.D.                       Rebecca J. Caserio, M.D.                                             TEXAS/Houston
     Vice Chair                     Jau-Shyong Deng, M.D.             SOUTH CAROLINA                     Chair
       Douglas N. Naversen,         Rosalie Elenitsas, M.D.           Chair                                Carl B. Rountree, M.D.
        M.D.                        Louis D. Falo, Jr., M.D., Ph.D.     Linwood G. Bradford, M.D.        Vice Chair
                                    Patrick R. Feehan, M.D.
     Michael J. Adler, M.D.         Loren S. Funt, M.D.
                                                                      John M. Brewer, Jr., M.D.            Stephen K.Tyring,
     Diane R. Baker, M.D.                                             A. Thomas Bundy, M.D.                  M.D., Ph.D.
                                    Herbert Goldschmidt, M.D.
     Brooks G. Cofield, D.O.                                          Jim C. Chow, M.D.
                                    Charles H. Greenbaum, M.D.
     Scott A. B. Collins, M.D.                                        Pierre Jaffe, M.D.                 TEXAS/San Antonio-Austin
                                    Paul R. Gross, M.D.
     James L. Cook, D.O.                                              Carl A. Johnson, M.D.              Chair
                                    Gary Grove, Ph.D.
     Jon M. Hanifin, M.D.                                             Lawrence Klein, M.D.                 Charles S. Thurston, M.D.
                                    Mark H. Hassel, M.D.
     Frederick A.J. Kingery, M.D.                                     Phillip L. Latham, M.D.            Vice Chairs
                                    Nathan R. Howe, M.D., Ph.D.
     Marla M. Klein, M.D.                                             John C. Maize, M.D.                  Jeffrey J. Meffert, M.D.
                                    Harry J. Hurley, M.D.
     Walter G. Larsen, M.D.                                           Oswald L. Mikell, M.D.
                                    William D. James, M.D.                                                 Gregory W. Thompson,
     Ken K. Lee, M.D.                                                 Ben M.Treen, M.D. ◆
                                    Bernett L. Johnson, M.D.                                                  M.D.
     Edgar Maeyens, Jr., M.D.       Waine C. Johnson, M.D.
     Robert T. Matheson, M.D.                                         SOUTH DAKOTA
                                    Kays H. Kaidbey, M.D.                                                TEXAS/West
     Phoebe Rich, M.D.              Andrew King, M.D.
                                                                      Chair                              Chair
     Julee Richards, M.D.           Albert M. Kligman, M.D.,            James R. McGrann, M.D.
                                                                                                           Alan Menter, M.D. ◆
     Gregory C. Richterich, M.D.        Ph.D. ◆                                                          Vice Chair
     Janet L. Roberts, M.D.         Caroline Scott Koblenzer,         TENNESSEE
                                                                      Chair                                Ronald P. Rapini, M.D.
     Marla Ross, M.D.                   M.D.
     Neil A. Swanson, M.D.                                              Dana L. Latour, M.D.             William Abramovits, M.D.
                                    E. Michael Kramer, M.D.
     Bert G. Tavelli, M.D.                                            Vice Chair                         Daniel Achtman, M.D.
                                    Douglas W. Kress, M.D.
     Douglas K. Zirker, M.D.                                            Michael W. Bell, M.D.            Mary Zieglschmid Adams, M.D.
                                    Francis C. Lazorik, M.D.
                                                                                                         Max F. Adler, M.D.
                                    Herbert M. Leavitt, M.D. +        Rex A. Amonette, M.D. ◆
     PENNSYLVANIA/Eastern                                                                                Ross A. Alexander, M.D.
                                    Stanton S. Lebouitz, M.D.         Samuel L. Banks, M.D.
     Chair                                                                                               Myra O. Barker, Ph.D.
                                    James J. Leyden, M.D ◆            John Q. Binhlam, M.D.
       Stuart R. Lessin, M.D.                                                                            Matthew Barrows, M.D.
                                    James G. Marks, Jr., M.D.         Lawrence L. Bushkell, M.D.
     Vice Chairs                                                                                         Paul R. Bergstresser, M.D.
                                    Victor J. Marks, M.D.             Donald E. Clemons, M.D.
       Bruce Brod, M.D.                                                                                  Stephen L. Blum, M.D.
                                    Barbara M. Mathes, M.D.           Dan A. Dunaway, M.D.
                                                                                                         James R. Bond, Jr., M.D.
       Richard G. Fried, M.D.,      Steven K. Orman, M.D.             Darrel L. Ellis, M.D.
                                                                                                         Michael W. Braden, M.D.
         Ph.D.                      Lawrence C. Parish, M.D.          Melvin L. Elson, M.D. ◆
                                                                                                         Stuart M. Brown, M.D.
       Scott L. Gottlieb, M.D.      Herbert M. Parnes, M.D.           J. Harvey Gardner, M.D.
                                                                                                         David F. Butler, M.D.
       Thomas D. Griffin, M.D.      Franziska Ringpfeil, M.D.         Michael H. Gold, M.D.
                                                                                                         Turner M. Caldwell III, M.D.
       Tatyana R. Humphreys,        Alain H. Rook, M.D.               Charles I. Huddleston, M.D.
                                                                                                         Fred F. Castrow II, M.D.
                                    Robert L. Roschel, M.D.           Clark E. Julius, M.D.
         M.D.                                                                                            Jennifer Cather, M.D.
                                    Rudolf R. Roth, M.D.              Lloyd E. King, Jr., M.D., Ph.D.
       O. Fred Miller, M.D.                                                                              Robert L. Chappell, Jr., M.D.
                                    Paul J. Ruschak, M.D.             Raymond Kuwahara, M.D.
       Victoria P. Werth, M.D.      Michael Saruk, M.D.
                                                                                                         Marvin E. Chernosky,
                                                                      Thomas Stasko, M.D.
       Joseph A. Witkowski,                                                                                  M.D. ◆
                                    Mark P. Seraly, M.D.              George P. Stricklin, M.D., Ph.D.
       M.D.                                                                                              Justin W. Clark, M.D.
                                    William K. Sherwin, M.D.,         James E.Turner, M.D., Ph.D.
                                                                                                         Clay J. Cockerell, M.D.
                                        Ph.D.                         George B. Winton, M.D.
     PENNSYLVANIA/Western                                                                                Jack B. Cohen, D.O.
                                    Alan R. Silverman, M.D.           Michael D. Zanolli, M.D.
     Chair                                                                                               William F. Cothern, D.O.
                                    Richard L. Spielvogel, M.D.
       Orin M. Goldblum, M.D.                                                                            Ponciano D. Cruz, Jr., M.D.
                                    John R. Stanley, M.D.             TEXAS/Dallas
     Vice Chairs                                                                                         Ronald S. Davis, M.D.
                                    Lawrence M. Stokar, M.D.          Chair                              Steven A. Davis, M.D.
       Nancy S. House, M.D.         John G. Stoner, M.D.                Lisa A. Garner, M.D.             Thomas L. Davis, M.D.
       Sharon L. Hrabovsky,M.D.     Diane M. Thiboutot, M.D.          Vice Chairs                        Elizabeth Dolan, M.D.
       Suzan Obagi, M.D.            Jouni J. Uitto, M.D., Ph.D. ◆       Christine D. Brown, M.D.         Madeleine Duvic, M.D.
                                    Eugene J.Van Scott, M.D.
     Edward Abell, M.D.                                                 Angela Yen Moore, M.D.           Anne Epstein, M.D.
                                       ◆
     Donald J. Adler, D.O.                                              Dennis E. Newton III,            Rebecca L. Euwer, M.D.
                                    Richard A. Weinberg, M.D.
     David A. Amato, D.O.
                                    Jonathan T. Wolfe, M.D.                M.D.                          Wayne A. Fagan, M.D.
     Arthur K. Balin, M.D., Ph.D.                                       Jerald L. Sklar, M.D.            Toni Funicella, M.D.
                                    Richard D. Wortzel, M.D.,
                                                                                                         John J. Ghidoni, M.D.
                                       Ph.D.
                                                                                                         Irma Gigli, M.D.
16   Dermatology Foundation
Philip W. Giles, M.D.            Bryan L. Townsend, M.D.          Martin S. Horn, M.D.          W. David Wacker, M.D.
Leonard H. Goldberg, M.D.        Jaime A. Tschen, M.D.            Russell J. Kilpatrick, M.D.   Stephen B. Webster, M.D.
William J. Grabski, M.D.         Gary L. Upton, M.D.              Hazle Smith Konerding, M.D.   Barbara Dahl Wilson, M.D.
Ronald E. Grimwood, M.D.         T. Lynn Warthan, M.D.            Paul H. Kravitz, M.D.         Gary S. Wood, M.D.
Adelaide A. Hebert, M.D.         David A. Whiting, M.D.           Russell H. Mitchell, M.D.     Kim B. Yancey, M.D.
Beverly L. Held, M.D.            Daniel D. Witheiler, M.D.        Andrew Montemarano, M.D.
Jay A. Hendrix, M.D.             John E. Wolf, Jr., M.D.          David M. Pariser, M.D.        WYOMING
James H. Herndon, Jr., M.D.      Jeffrey P. Young, M.D.           Jerome M. Parsons, M.D.       Chair
Peter Hino, M.D.                                                  Charles F. Payne, Jr., M.D.     Scott D. Bennion, M.D.
Edmund R. Hobbs, M.D.            UTAH                             Steven M. Rotter, M.D.
                                                                                                Thomas J. Hogarty, M.D.
Eric Hollabaugh, M.D.            Chair                            Max B. Rubin, M.D.
                                                                                                Larry E. Seitz, M.D.
Richard Hope, M.D.                 Leonard J. Swinyer,            Robert Silverman, M.D.
                                                                                                Sandra K. Surbrugg, M.D.
Karen R. Houpt, M.D.                 M.D.                         Katherine A. Treherne, M.D.
                                                                                                Rowan E. Tichenor, M.D.
Stephen D. Houston, M.D.         Vice Chairs                      Charles B. Weber, D.O.
                                                                                                Kenneth J. Wegner, M.D.
F. Lester Howsden, M.D.            John L. Bezzant, M.D.
Susan M. Howsden, M.D.             C. David Hansen, M.D.          WASHINGTON
Coleman Jacobson, M.D. ◆
                                   Gerald G. Krueger,
                                                                  Chair                         AUSTRIA
Robert E. Jordon, M.D.                                              James L. Brazil, M.D.
                                     M.D.                                                       Erwin Tschachler, M.D.
Candace S. Kasper, M.D., Ph.D.
                                   Wendy Matis, M.D.              Frank Baron, M.D.
Charles D. Kennard, M.D.
                                   Stephen T. Thomson,            Paul W. Becker, M.D.          CANADA
John L. Kestel, Jr., M.D.
                                     M.D.                         Richard S. Herdener, M.D.     Alastair Carruthers, M.D.
Mark D. Koone, M.D.
                                                                  Brandith Irwin, M.D.
Cheryl A. Kosarek, M.D.          D. Edgar Allen, M.D.             Peter B. Odland, M.D.         JAPAN
Esta Kronberg, M.D.              Anneli R Bowen, M.D.             John E. Olerud, M.D.          Takashi Aoyagi, M.D.
Patricia Lee, M.D.               Glen M. Bowen, M.D.              James H. Petrin, M.D.
Bobby L. Limmer, M.D.            R. Ralph Bradley, M.D.           Michael J. Scott III, D.O.
Bradley Limmer, M.D.             Dean W. Duke, M.D.               Joel K. Sears, M.D.
Byron L. Limmer, M.D.            Russell W. Eyre, M.D.            Paul B. Thompson, M.D.
Rachel L. Limmer, M.D.           Warren G. Eyre, M.D.             Karen M. Vigeland, M.D.
James D. Maberry, M.D.           Scott R Florell, M.D.            W. Phillip Werschler, M.D.
Stephen Maberry, M.D.            Douglas Grossman, M.D.,          Dan A. Wiklund, M.D.
David D. Madorsky, M.D.,             Ph.D.
     M.P.H.                      Kraig K. Jenson, M.D.            WEST VIRGINIA
Michael L. Maris, M.D.           Sancy A. Leachman, M.D.,         Alan M. Ruben, M.D.
James R. McCarty, M.D.               Ph.D.
Martha L. McCollough, M.D.       Laurence J. Meyer, M.D., Ph.D.   WISCONSIN
D. Scott Miller, M.D.            Marta J. Petersen, M.D.          Chair
John D. Miller, M.D.             Douglas Powell, M.D.               Janet A. Fairley, M.D.
M. Gayle Mullanax, M.D.          Bernard J. Simbari, M.D.
Tho Q. Nguyen, M.D.
                                                                  Vice Chairs
                                 Wallace B. Smith, M.D.
Jackie L. Nixon-Fulton, M.D.                                        Donald J. Miech, M.D.
                                 Wayne E. Smith, M.D.
William T. Parsons, M.D. ◆                                          Marcy Neuburg, M.D.
                                 Bradley K. Summers, M.D.
Brent R. Paulger, M.D.           Mark B.Taylor, M.D.                Anthony G. Yug, M.D.
Steven D. Pedro, M.D.            Sheryll L. Vanderhooft, M.D.     Eric R. Berg, M.D.
Susanna C. Poliak, M.D.          John J. Zone, M.D.               David L. Crosby, M.D.
Mark A. Price, M.D.                                               Beth Ann Drolet, M.D.
Mark K. Ray, M.D.                VERMONT                          Nancy Burton Esterly, M.D.
Ronald J. Ressmann, M.D.         Chair                            Edward L. Knuteson, M.D.
Joe B. Richardson, M.D.            Paul A. Krusinski, M.D.        Robert A. McDonald, M.D.
Robin A. Roberts, M.D.                                                                            KEY
                                                                  Eugene W. Monroe, M.D.
                                 Alan N. Binnick, M.D.                                            ◆ Annenberg Circle
Richard N. Rudnicki, D.O.                                         Tara L. Passow, M.D.
                                 W. Landon Dennison, Jr., M.D.                                    Founder
Lilly H. Schaffer, M.D.                                           Thomas J. Russell, M.D.
Jimmy D. Schmidt, M.D. ◆                                          Lawrence Scherrer, M.D.,        Annenberg One
                                 VIRGINIA
Shelley Sekula–Gibbs, M.D.                                            Ph.D.                       Hundred Member
Edward M. Shapiro, M.D.
                                 Chair
                                                                  Michael J. Smullen, M.D.
                                   William S. Sawchuk,                                              Enrolled three or
Roy E. Spencer, M.D.                                              Stephen N. Snow, M.D.
                                    M.D.                                                          more Leaders Society
Cloyce L. Stetson, M.D.                                           Glenn E. Sondag, M.D.           members
Charles S. Stevens, M.D.         Nancy Bruckner, M.D.             Kathleen S. Stokes, M.D.
Allison Jones Stocker, M.D.      Cynthia H. Dent, M.D.            James L. Troy, M.D.             Leaders Society founding
R. Stan Taylor, M.D.             Evan R. Farmer, M.D.                                             and continuous member
Mark D. Thieberg, M.D.           Herbert S. Golomb, M.D.
                                 George W. Hambrick, Jr.,
                                    M.D.
+ Deceased                                                                                                2002 Annual Report   17
2003 RESEARCH CAREER DEVELOPMENT AWARDS
              Research Career Development Awards provide $55,000 salary stipends for young academic investigators and
              are renewable for up to two years. Recipients are required to spend at least 75 percent of their time in cutaneous
              research. This must be certified in writing by the applicant’s chairman, and the institution must demonstrate a
              strong commitment to the recipient’s research career.

              Tatiana Efimova, Ph.D.                   P38DELTA SIGNALING AND REGULATION OF APOPTOSIS IN
                                                      KERATINOCYTES
              Case Western Reserve University
                                                    Proper epidermal function necessitates precise balance between keratino-
                                                    cyte proliferation, differentiation and death. We recently discovered an im-
              portant role for p38δ MAP kinase in regulating epidermal gene expression during differentiation. Our preliminary
              studies suggest that p38δ also functions as a positive modulator of apoptotic cell death program in keratinocytes.
              We will study the molecular mechanisms of p38δ-mediated apoptotic signaling in skin cells. Successful completion of
              proposed studies will increase understanding of mechanisms that regulate keratinocyte function.




              Walter G. Hubert, Ph.D.                 DNA REPLICATION OF DIFFERENT HUMAN PAPILLOMAVIRUSES
                                                      FOLLOWING COINFECTION
              University of Arkansas
                                                     The causative role of high-risk human papillomaviruses (HPV) in cervical
                                                     cancer is well established. In addition, such HPVs are also involved in squa-
              mous cell carcinomas of the skin and oral mucosa. Since many of the tumors harbor multiple HPV types, and their
              contribution to the disease is unknown, studies will be performed with human cells to determine how infection
              with multiple HPVs alters viral replication and possibly affects the way they cause cancer.




              Yuangang Liu, Ph.D.                     NOVEL AAA-PROTEIN SPAF IN APOPTOSIS AND MALIGNANT
                                                      MELANOMA
              Oregon Health and Sciences
              University, Portland VA               Refractory to all current therapeutic regimens makes malignant melanoma
              Medical Center                        the most formidable disease arising from skin. Understanding the molecular
              basis of drug resistance in malignant melanoma is essential to develop targeted therapy. The proposed study is to
              investigate the mechanism of a novel AAA-protein in preventing programmed cell death in melanoma cells and to
              develop this AAA-protein as a prognostic marker to predict patient response to therapy.




              Zhongkai Shi, M.D.                      EPICUTANEOUS ANTHRAX VACCINE BY E. COLI CARRIER
              University of Alabama,
              Birmingham                                Animals can be protected against lethal bacterial infection by topical applica-
                                                        tion of E. coli which express foreign antigen. A variety of skin cells participate
              in the immune response. Among them, a specialized cell, called Langerhans cell is critical in initiating the immune
              response. δT cells, a subpopulation of T cells are abundant in skin and may contribute to the immune responses.
              In addition, E. coli itself provides a strong adjuvant effect on the immune response.




18   Dermatology Foundation
    AWARD RENEWALS
    RESEARCH CAREER DEVELOPMENT AWARDS
    Second Year Renewals
    Carlos Caulin, Ph.D.
    Baylor College of Medicine
    ANTITUMOR EFFECTS OF TRAIL (TUMOR NECROSIS FACTOR-RELATED APOPTOSIS-INDUCING LIGAND) IN SKIN
    CARCINOGENESIS

    Fatima Rouan, Ph.D.
    Thomas Jefferson University
    MOLECULAR ANALYSIS OF CONNEXIN HUMAN DISORDERS AFFECTING THE SKIN

    Maria S. Soengas, Ph.D.
    University of Michigan
    INACTIVATION OF APOPTOTIC FACTORS IN MELANOMA, IMPACT ON TUMOR PROGRESSION, METASTASIS AND
    CHEMORESISTANCE

    Peter I. Song, Ph.D.
    Northwestern University
    THE EXPRESSION AND FUNCTION OF KERATINOCYTE CD14 AND TLR2/TLR4 LPS RECEPTORS

    Third Year Renewal
    Vitali Yu Alexeev, Ph.D.
    Thomas Jefferson University
    GENE TARGETED ALTERATION OF TYROSINASE AND C-KIT
    GENES BY RNA-DNA OLIGONUCLEOTIDES IN VITRO, EX VIVO AND IN VIVO




2003 FELLOWSHIP IN PEDIATRIC DERMATOLOGY
          The Dermatology Foundation and the Society for Pediatric Dermatology partner in funding this clinical
          fellowship in pediatric dermatology. This award will foster the development of clinical scholars in pediatric
          dermatology that will advance the field through patient care, research and teaching.

          Jonathan A. Dyer, M.D.               EXPLORING THE CLINICAL CHARACTERISTICS AND PATHOGENESIS
                                               OF INFLAMMATORY MOSAIC DISORDERS
          Children’s Memorial Hospital
                                               Lichen striatus and epidermal nevus are common “mosaic” skin disorders of
                                               children, presenting as patterned streaks of heaped-up skin. However, the
          epidemiology and underlying basis for these lesions are unclear. I plan to explore the epidemiology of these similar
          mosaic conditions, confirm that the cells of each lesion originate from the same ancestor cells, explore markers
          that may distinguish these two conditions, and investigate the cause of the disappearance of lichen striatus but not
          ILVEN.




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2003 RESEARCH FELLOWSHIPS
              Jyotsna Chandra, Ph.D.                 ROLE OF ADHESION-ASSOCIATED PROTEINS IN CANDIDAL BIOFILM
                                                     FORMATION ON SKIN INSERTION SITES OF TUNNELED CATHETERS
              Case Western Reserve University
                                                     Catheter-related infections (CRI) involving Candida albicans biofilms are caused
                                                     mainly through skin insertion sites and hubs. Adhesion to catheter surfaces is
              the precursor for biofilm formation. Recently we showed differential expression of an adhesion between biofilm and
              planktonic cells. This proposal is aimed at identifying candidal adhesion proteins involved in biofilm formation. Data
              obtained will give a clear answer whether adhesion proteins are critical to biofilm formation and may lead to better
              treatment of CRI.




              Nirvana J. Croft, Ph.D.                TARGETS OF WNT SIGNALING IN THE INITIATION OF HAIR
                                                     FOLLICLE DEVELOPMENT
              University of Pennsylvania
                                                        Identifying the molecular mechanisms that initiate hair follicle development is
                                                        important for understanding this process and for developing strategies for hair
              follicle regeneration in cases of permanent loss. We find that WNT intercellular signaling molecules are necessary
              for the initiation of hair follicle development. My goal is to identify genes that become active in hair follicles in re-
              sponse to WNT signals so that we can begin to elucidate the mechanisms by which these signals operate.




              Gangwen Han, M.D.                      STAGE-SPECIFIC ROLES OF SMAD7 IN CUTANEOUS WOUND
                                                     HEALING
              Oregon Health & Science
              University                             Our preliminary data show that overexpression of an antagonist of
                                                     transforming growth factors β (TGFβ), Smad7 in the skin accelerated wound
              healing, suggesting a potential therapeutic strategy for impaired wound healing. This proposal will study the
              stage-specific functions of Smad7 during wound healing and analyze the underlying molecular mechanisms. We
              will use genetically engineered mice that allow induction of Smad7 expression in the skin at different stages during
              wound healing.




              Karl Wilkins, M.D.
                                                     CELL MEDIATED IMMUNITY TO HPV INFECTIONS IN HIV DISEASE
              University of California,
              San Francisco                        Warts are a very common problem seen by dermatologists. In patients with
                                                   the Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) warts are particularly long lasting
              and aggressive because these patients have a poor immune system and cannot attack the warts effectively. In the
              year 2002 there are many treatments for HIV that make the immune system able to fight off infections like healthy
              people. Unfortunately, patients on these potent medications still have very difficult, persistent warts. I am using
              tests that measure immunity to study this paradox.




20   Dermatology Foundation
2003 PATIENT DIRECTED INVESTIGATION GRANT
    Bethany M. Bergamo, M.D.                  UVA-I THERAPY FOR SKIN THICKENING AND FLEXION CON-TRAC-
                                              TURES AFFECTING THE HANDS OF PATIENTS WITH SCLERODERMA:
    University of Alabama, Birmingham         A CLINICAL, HISTOLOGICAL AND SONOGRAPHIC STUDY



    Denise W. Metry, M.D.                     COMMUNITY-ACQUIRED METHICILLIN-RESISTANT STAPHYLOCOCCUS
                                              AUREUS INFECTIONS IN CHILDREN WITH ATOPIC DERMATITIS
    Baylor College of Medicine



    Paradi Mirmirani, M.D.                    CASPASE INDUCED APOPTOSIS IN SENESCENT ALOPECIA
                                              COMPARED TO ANDROGENETIC ALOPECIA
    Case Western Reserve University



    Abrar A. Qureshi, M.D.                    OUTCOMES RESEARCH APPROACH TO CLINICAL PROBLEMS IN
                                              DERMATOLOGY
    Harvard Medical School



    Lee Thomas Zane, M.D.
                                              EFFECTS OF EXAMINATION STRESS ON ACNE VULGARIS
    University of California, San Francisco




2003 ICHTHYOSIS RESEARCH GRANT
    Jiang Chen, M.D.                          TESTING GENE THERAPY APPROACHES FOR EPIDERMOLYTIC
                                              HYPERKERATOSIS
    Baylor College of Medicine



    Gabriele Richard, M.D.                    MAPPING THE CLINICAL AND GENETIC SPECTRUM OF CONNEXIN
                                              DEFECTS IN DISORDERS OF CORNIFICATION
    Thomas Jefferson University




2003 DERMATOPATHOLOGY RESEARCH GRANT
    John T. Seykora, M.D., Ph.D.
                                              SRCASM IN CUTANEOUS DISEASE
    University of Pennsylvania




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2003 PROGRAM DEVELOPMENT GRANTS
       Anthony A. Gaspari, M.D.
                                           ENHANCED DIGITAL MICROSCOPE FOR DERMATOLOGY RESEARCH
       University of Maryland



       Maria K. Hordinsky, M.D.
                                           BIOPHYSICAL CUTANEOUS RESEARCH LABORATORY
       University of Minnesota



       Lee T. Nesbitt, Jr., M.D.           AN INVESTIGATION OF THE “DUST-LIKE PARTICLE” PATTERN OF
                                           IMMUNOFLUORESCENCE IN PATIENTS WITH LUPUS ERYTHEMATOSUS
       Louisiana State University




2003 RESEARCH GRANTS
       Chun-Ming Huang, Ph.D.              SKIN PROTEOMICS: IDENTIFICATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF
                                           HUMAN AND MURINE EPIDERMIS VERSUS DERMIS
       University of Alabama, Birmingham



       Luzheng Liu, M.D., Ph.D.            MECHANISMS OF ECZEMA VACCINATUM IN ATOPIC DERMATITIS
                                           AND THE POTENTIAL USAGE OF ATTENUATED VACCINIA VIRUS
       Harvard University                  STRAIN AS SURROGATE SMALLPOX VACCINE



       Xiao Ni, M.D., Ph.D.                STRATEGIES FOR EFFECTIVE EX VIVO PRIMING OF CUTANEOUS T-CELL
                                           LYMPHOMA-SPECIFIC CYTOTOXIC T LYMPHOCYTES BY AUTOLOGOUS
       University of Texas                 DENDRETIC CELLS PULSED WITH WHOLE TUMOR CELLS



       Andrei A. Panteleyev, Ph.D.         THE FUNCTIONS OF DIOXIN-DEPENDENT REGULATORY PATHWAY IN
                                           HAIR FOLLICLE BIOLOGY
       Columbia University



       Aleksandar Sekulic, M.D., Ph.D.     ENDOTHELIN RECEPTOR ANTAGONISM AS A NOVEL THERAPY FOR
                                           MALIGNANT MELANOMA
       Mayo Clinic, Rochester




  22      Dermatology Foundation
RESEARCH AWARD
                                                                            Patient Directed Investigation Grants provide $20,000
                                                                      for one year for studies that have the potential to directly benefit
                                                                      patients. Applicants must have completed training in a U.S. derma-
APPLICATION PROCEDURES                                                tology residency program and be sponsored by a department or
                                                                      division of dermatology.
The Dermatology Foundation has a comprehensive program of                   Dermatopathology Research Grants provide $20,000
research awards designed to enhance the scientific base of both       for one year. Applications are only accepted from dermatologists
clinical and surgical dermatology. Research must be conducted         or pathologists who have recently completed a dermatopathology
in the U.S. under the sponsorship of a division or department of      fellowship in a division or department of dermatology, pathology or
dermatology.                                                          dermatopathology and who are attempting to embark on research
      The Career Development Awards carry an annual sal-              careers.
ary stipend of $55,000 and may be renewed for two additional                Program Development Awards provide $10,000
years.                                                                for one year to support development of scientific infrastructure
      Clinical Career Development Awards are intended                 in those dermatology departments/divisions that are accredited
for junior investigators to aid the transition from fellowship to     residency training centers but have not successfully competed for
established investigator. Applicants must have completed training     Dermatology Foundation funding during the most recent five-year
in a U.S. dermatology residency program and be faculty members        period.
in a department or division of dermatology throughout the term
of the award.                                                         APPLICATIONS
      Clinical Career Development Awards in Dermatolog-               Application forms can be obtained by writing: Chairman, Medical
ic Surgery support research projects that will further the prac-      & Scientific Committee, Dermatology Foundation, 1560 Sherman
tice of dermatologic surgery and develop the teaching, research       Avenue, Evanston, IL 60201-4808
and leadership careers of dermatologic surgeons. Applicant must       PROCEDURES
have completed at least one year-post residency training, hold a      Applications for funding must be received by the Foundation no
junior faculty appointment in a division or department of derma-      later than October 15th each year. All applications are subject to
tology and be no more than five years post residency.                 peer review by the Foundation’s Medical and Scientific Committee,
      Health Care Policy Clinical Career Development                  made up of the following colleagues who served pro bono:
Awards help establish and develop health care policy careers for
dermatologists. Applicants must have completed training in a          Medical and Scientific             Jonathan Vogel, M.D.
U.S. dermatology residency program, be faculty members in a           Committee                         NIH Dermatology
department or division of dermatology throughout the term of          Lynn A. Cornelius, M.D.           Gary S. Wood, M.D.
the award and have a formal relationship with an organization         Committee Chair                   University of Wisconsin
with recognized expertise in health policy research.                  Washington University
      Research Career Development Awards assist in the                Angela M. Christiano, Ph.D.       Clinical Panel
transition from fellowship to investigator. Applicants must have      Columbia University               Timothy M. Johnson, M.D.
completed a two to three year fellowship or postdoctoral train-       Craig A. Elmets, M.D.             University of Michigan
ing in relevant research and be faculty members in a department       University of Alabama at Bir-     Joseph L. Jorizzo, M.D.
or division of dermatology throughout the period                      mingham                           Wake Forest University
of the award.                                                         Anita C. Gilliam, M.D.,           David J. Leffell, M.D.
      Dermatologist Investigator Research Fellowships                 Ph.D.                             Yale University
provide $30,000 for one-year, postdoctoral support. Applicants        Case Western Reserve University   Victoria P. Werth, M.D.
must have an M.D., M.D.-Ph.D. or D.O. degree and have com-            Sewon Kang, M.D., M.P.H.          University of Pennsylvania
pleted training in a U.S. dermatology residency program.              University of Michigan
      Research Fellowships provide $30,000 for one year of                                              Dermatologic Surgery Panel
                                                                      Molly Kulesz-Martin, Ph.D.
support for research training on the part of individuals who are      Oregon Health & Science           David J. Leffell, M.D.
M.D.s, Ph.D.s or hold equivalent degrees. Applicants may not          University                        Chair, Yale University
hold academic appointments at the level of Assistant Professor
                                                                      Pui-Yan Kwok, M.D., Ph.D.         Timothy M. Johnson, M.D.
or above.                                                             University of California          University of Michigan
      Fellowship in Pediatric Dermatology offers a $45,000
                                                                      Ethan A. Lerner, M.D.,            Stanley J. Miller, M.D.
stipend to foster the development of clinical scholars. Applicant’s
                                                                      Ph.D.                             Johns Hopkins University
preceptor must be a pediatric dermatologist and meet criteria         Harvard Medical School
for research fellowship.                                                                                Marcy Neuburg, M.D.
                                                                      B. Jack Longley, Jr., M.D.        Medical College of Wisconsin
      Research Grants provide $20,000 for one year to initi-
                                                                      University of Wisconsin-Madison   Robert S.Taylor, M.D.
ate research projects in dermatology and cutaneous biology. A
special Ichthyosis Research Grant is also available each year. Re-    Leonard M. Milstone, M.D.         University of Texas,
                                                                      Yale University School of Medi-   SW Medical Center
search for both grants must be performed within a department
                                                                      cine
or division of dermatology.

                                                                                                              2002 Annual Report     23
PEER RECOGNITION
                The Discovery Award was created by the Trustees in 1991 and has been presented fewer than 10 times in the interven-
                ing years. It is considered to be the specialty’s highest possible tribute to a colleague who embodies the sense of scientific
                and intellectual curiosity the Foundation strives to nurture through its research awards program.

THE 2002 DISCOVERY AWARD
Gary L. Peck, M.D. recognized and developed the therapeutic             USPHS Meritorious Service Medal in
impact of isotretinoin, profoundly affecting clinical dermatology       1983 for his pioneering work. Other
and the chemoprevention of cancer. His initial insight occurred in      awards followed, including the U.S. De-
1975, as a Senior Investigator at the Dermatology Branch                partment of Commerce which honored
of the NCI where he came in 1969 after his residency and USPHS          him for his patented method for use of
Postdoctoral Research Fellowship at the University of Michigan          orally administered 13 cis-retinoic acid in
Medical Center. Studying tretinoin and epidermal differentiation,       the treatment of acne.
Dr. Peck hypothesized that synthetic forms of vitamin A might be              Now Director of the Melanoma
both more effective and less toxic than vitamin A itself.               Center and Clinical Director of Cancer
      His landmark 1976 article in Lancet described the success-        Prevention at the Washington Cancer In-
ful treatment of keratinizing dermatoses with the oral synthetic        stitute in Washington, DC, Dr. Peck also Gary L. Peck, M.D.
retinoid isotretinoin. Observing the same facial dermatitis seen in     maintains a private practice in Bethesda,
Retin-A-treated acne patients suggested a significant therapeutic       MD. He holds both undergraduate degrees from the University
benefit in managing severe acne, ultimately revolutionizing its         of Michigan and completed his residency at the University of
treatment. Dr. Peck became the dean of international experts on         Chicago Hospitals and Clinic prior to joining the NIH research
the understanding and use of synthetic retinoids in clinical            staff in 1969.
dermatology and skin cancer chemoprevention, receiving the



HONORING EXCELLENCE
                 The Lifetime Career Educator Award was created by the Foundation’s Trustees in 1999 as a means of honoring those
                 full-time academicians who have devoted their careers to educating dermatology residents and fellows.
THE 2002 LIFETIME CAREER EDUCATOR AWARD
                            During his long career, Walter C. Lob-           During his long and productive career, Dr. Lobitz was
                            itz, Jr., M.D. created two robust derma-    involved in many broad-based professional endeavors. He served
                            tology departments, seminally expanded      as a consultant to the National Institutes of Health, the Food
                            the understanding of atopic dermatitis      and Drug Administration, and the Veterans Administration. He
                            and eccrine sweat glands, and has led all   is an honorary Trustee and former President of the Medical
                            of dermatology’s national organizations.    Research Foundation of Oregon, Director and former President
                            The late, eminent Dr. Clarence Livin-       of the American Board of Dermatology and former President of
                            good once remarked: “in his brilliant       the American Academy of Dermatology, Society of Investigative
                            career, it is not possible to identify a    Dermatology, American Dermatological Association, Association
                            single facet of dermatology that he has     of University Professors of Dermatology, Oregon Dermatology
                            not influenced significantly.”              Society and Pacific Northwest Dermatology Society.
Walter C. Lobitz, Jr., M.D.        Yet education stands out even             After inspiring his colleagues for over 18 years and sharing
                            beyond the others in reflecting Dr.         his clinical wisdom and love of dermatology with students, resi-
                            Lobitz’s influence and passions. Moving     dents and fellows, Dr. Lobitz “retired”. He continues to teach
                            to Dartmouth as a fledgling dermatolo-      with undiminished acuity and zest. Of his many international
gist in 1947 to teach in the Medical School and establish a depart-     accolades, he particularly prizes the Sacred Treasure, Gold Rays with
ment at the Dartmouth-Hitchcock Clinic and Medical Center, he           Neck Ribbon from the Japanese government in gratitude for the
was the very first dermatologist on staff there. Within 12 years,       many invaluable investigative dermatologists there who he had
Dr, Lobitz had built an important center. Moving cross-country,         trained as students.
he nurtured the new 2-member dermatology concentration at the
Oregon Health Sciences University into a thriving, productive unit      Chicago dermatologist William A. Caro, M.D. began his distin-
that reached department status in a decade.
24    Dermatology Foundation
The Clark W. Finnerud and The Practitioner of the Year awards were created in the 1970s to honor, respectively, a dermatologist
whose contributions as a clinical educator are exemplary and a dermatologist who exemplifies the best of clinical service to
individual patients. Each Award is recognized throughout the specialty as career achievement honors.

THE 2002 CLARK W. FINNERUD AWARD
guished career in 1967 after residency at the Hospital                 American Society of Dermatopathology,
of the University of Pennsylvania, U.S. Army Medical Corps ser-        Chicago Dermatological Society and the
vice and a fellowship in dermatopathology at the Armed Forces          American Board of Dermatology.
Institute of Pathology in Washington, DC. Dr. Caro established               “His commitment to teach
his ongoing private practice in Chicago and joined the dermatol-       dermatology and pathology residents
ogy faculty at Northwestern University Medical School.                 over the years is truly exceptional”, a
      A full professor of clinical dermatology since 1981, he has      nominator observed, “and makes him a
been involved in numerous ongoing activities which include regu-       pillar of academic dermatology.” One
lar dermatopathology teaching sessions for the residents and           of his recent residents noted “using
reading slides with the dermatopathology fellow and residents          his pearls of wisdom every day. His
                                                                                                               William A. Caro, M.D.
on the dermatopathology rotation. Dr. Caro organized, struc-           unparalleled commitment to teaching is
tured, and continues to lecture in the dermatology section of The      truly inspiring.”
Scientific Basis of Medicine course for second-year medical stu-
dents. An always-available mentor, Dr. Caro has also published
regularly, taken an active role in the AAD, and held leadership
positions in many other organizations., including President of the



THE 2002 PRACTITIONER OF THE YEAR AWARD
                             New Orleans—and Tulane—have               to dermatology, Dr. Yarborough is a trained and accomplished
                             been home to John M. Yarborough,          concert pianist. He has performed in the U.S., Europe and Aus-
                             M.D. since his college years. After his   tralia and is a past member of the Metropolitan Opera National
                             residency there in the mid-1960s, he      Council.
                             joined the Division of Dermatology              Dr. Yarborough’s nominators describe “an icon of our
                             and became Clinical Professor in 1983.    specialty”. They singled out “his superb patient care,” his “un-
                             Dr. Yarborough maintains an active        surpassed inspiration” to residents in dermatologic surgery, and
                             private practice and attends at many      his “legendary Southern hospitality and thoughtfulness.” “Some-
                             local hospitals. At the Medical Center,   how—despite his formidable teaching and organizational activi-
                             he has headed the Dermatologic Sur-       ties he maintains a flourishing clinical practice filled with patients
 John M.Yarborough, M.D. gery Clinic for the past 24 years and         who absolutely love him.”
                             works with the Facial Plastics Clinic
and the residency program.
     Dr. Yarborough has lectured throughout the world, has
been published widely in scientific journals and is a member
of the American Dermatological Association and the Noah
Worchester Society. Dr. Yarborough’s long list of substantial
organizational involvements includes being a founding member
and former president of the American Society for Dermatologic
Surgery, and a former DF Trustee. His leading-edge knowledge
in dermatologic and cosmetic surgery has been shared through
countless presentations and publications.
     In addition to his distinguished service to his patients and




                                                                                                                   2002 Annual Report      25
EDUCATION FOR TODAY’S PRACTITIONER
               The continuing education programs of the Foundation are an integral part of the offerings of other specialty
               organizations. The Trustees consider the Foundation’s quarterly scientific publications and the Annual
               Colloquium on Clinical Dermatology to be an investment that benefits the specialty, today and in the future.


     The Foundation’s annual Colloquium is held in coopera-
     tion with the Association of Professors of Dermatology.           EDUCATIONAL PUBLICATIONS
           The Trustees thank Barbara A. Gilchrest, M.D.,
     Professor and Chairman of the Department of Dermatol-             Progress in Dermatology
     ogy at Boston University, for serving as the Colloquium           Published quarterly and distributed as a benefit only to
     Program Chair. Appreciation also is expressed to the fol-         contributing members of the Foundation. Edited by Alan
     lowing colleagues who served as pro bono faculty: Steven          N. Moshell, M.D., this journal provides in-depth coverage
     R. Cohen, M.D., M.P.H,; Luis A. Diaz, M.D.; Ilona J. Frie-        of clinically relevant topics as well as news of basic scien-
     den, M.D.; Russell P. Hall, III, M.D.; Alfred T. Lane, M.D.;      tific advances affecting all of dermatology. Major topics
     Cynthia A. Loomis, M.D., Ph.D.; Alice P. Pentland, M.D.;          addressed in 2002 issues were “Medical Uses of Thalido-
     Marta J. Petersen, M.D.; Ronald P. Rapini, M.D.; Thomas E.        mide: Past, Present and Future,” “Bone Morphogenetic
     Rohrer, M.D.; Alain H. Rook, M.D.; Gary S. Wood, M.D.             Proteins and Their Antagonists in Skin and Hair Follicle
           The Colloquium is consistently singled out for its low      Biology,” “Cadherin Tails: Cell-Cell Adhesion in the Skin,”
     registrant-faculty ratios, accessibility of faculty for one-on-   “Electrical Stimulation of Wound Healing.”
     one discussions and quality of both scientific sessions and
     small-group discussions of clinical and surgical techniques       Dermatology Focus
     and treatments, held at the end of each day’s scientific          Edited by Ponciano D. Cruz, Jr., M.D. and sent quarterly
     sessions. Each Colloquium registrant receives 14 hours of         to members of the specialty as an educational service of
     American Academy of Dermatology Category 1 credit,                the Foundation. In 2002, Dermatology Focus featured four
     which may be used toward the CME Award of the AAD.                major, clinically relevant articles: “Atopic Dermatitis—
           The Trustees thank the following corporate under-           Puzzles, Insights, and Progress,” “IVIG for Autoimmune
     writers of the 2002 Colloquium: 3M Pharmaceuticals;               Bullous Diseases and TEN— Rebalancing a Dysfunctional
     Allergan Skin Care; Berlex Laboratories, Inc.; Biogen             Immune System,” “Multifunctional Endogenous Anti-
     Idec; Connetics Corporation; Dermik Laboratories, Inc.;           microbials in Skin: New Appreciation of Ancient Pepides,”
     Enhanced Derm Technologies; Ferndale Laboratories,                “Therapeutic Genes in the Skin— Approaching Clinical
     Inc.; Fujisawa Healthcare, Inc.; Galderma Laboratories,           Reality in Careful Giant Steps.”
     L.P.; ICN Pharmaceuticals, Inc; Medicis, The Dermatology
     Company® ; Merz Pharmaceuticals; Ortho Neutrogena;                Pathways to the Future
     Roche Laboratories; SkinMedica, Inc.; Stiefel Laboratories        Available at no charge to all members of the specialty as
     Inc.; and Unilever Home & Personal Care–USA.                      part of the Foundation’s Research Futures Fund. Both
           This underwriting enables the Foundation to maintain        the Fund and Pathways provide physicians with long-term
     reasonable registration fees and also assures that net rev-       estate planning information and give them an opportunity
     enues from the Colloquium can be directed immediately             to make a lasting gift to the specialty through planned and
     to research funding.                                              deferred-giving mechanisms.




26   Dermatology Foundation
OTHER CONTRIBUTIONS FROM THE SPECIALTY

              Contributions at all levels are critical to the growth of the specialty and increase resources for research. The Trustees
              express appreciation to the following colleagues who joined the 2002 Scientific Society with contributions of $500 to
              $999. They have begun an annual giving pattern that we hope will grow with their careers in the years to come.



   2002 SCIENTIFIC SOCIETY MEMBERS
   (Contributions of $500 to $999)

   Todd S. Anhalt, M.D.                       Joseph D. Jensen, M.D.                     Ian Pravda, M.D.
   Anonymous                                  Donald B. Johnson, M.D.                    Michael Radowsky, M.D.
   Melanie L. Appell, M.D.                    Daniel B. Jones, M.D.                      Daisy P. Ramos, M.D.
   Sharon H. Barrett, M.D.                    Steven M. Kahn, M.D.                       Ronnie D. Rasberry, M.D.
   James H. Beckett, M.D.                     Bryna Kane, M.D.                           Don L. Reese, M.D.
   Carl F. Bigler, M.D.                       Kevin B. Karikomi, D.O.                    Philip L. Repetto, Jr, M.D.
   Julie K. Billings, M.D.                    Ronald A. Katz, M.D.                       Barbara E. Resnick, M.D.
   Craig S. Birkby, M.D.                      Roger S. Knutsen, M.D.                     Hobart K. Richey, M.D.
   Michael E. Borok, M.D.                     Randal C. Kumm, M.D.                       Elizabeth R. Ringrose, M.D.
   Alison A. Boudreaux, M.D.                  Kathrin F. Laing, M.D.                     Elizabeth R. Rosenthal, M.D.
   Daryl A. Brockberg, M.D.                   Craig L. Leonardi, M.D.                    David S. Rubenstein, M.D., Ph.D.
   Roger H. Brodkin, M.D.                     Stuart R. Levine, D.O.                     William H. Saye, Jr, M.D.
   Patrick H. Burkhart, M.D.                  David G. Lewis, M.D.                       T.W. Schulze, M.D.
   Carolyn B. Carroll, M.D.                   Paul R. Long, M.D.                         Patricia L. Seal, M.D.
   Thomas A. Chapel, M.D.                     Annette W. Lynn, M.D.                      Theodore S. Sebastien, M.D.
   Ira J.K. Cohen, M.D.                       Stephanie A. Mackey, M.D.                  Kerry M. Shafran, M.D.
   Gregg J. Colle, M.D.                       Dennis L. May, M.D.                        Ava T. Shamban, M.D.
   David Cooper, M.D., Ph.D.                  Michael G. McCauley, M.D.                  Richard H. Shereff, M.D.
   Thomas A. Cortese, Jr., M.D., Ph.D.        Gwendellyn L. McLean, M.D.                 Thorsteinn Skulason, M.D.
   Lauren A. Daman, M.D.                      Jennifer M. McNiff, M.D.                   Marc J. Sorkin, M.D.
   Jaculeen A. Dano, M.D.                     Alvin H. Meyer, Jr., M.D.                  Cynthia R. Strohmeyer, M.D.
   Scott Darling, D.O.                        Jami L. Miller, M.D.                       Justin F. Thulin, M.D.
   Diane M. Davidson, M.D.                    Manuel R. Morman, M.D., Ph.D.              John H. Uhlemann, M.D.
   Robbie B. Drossner, M.D.                   Peter J. Neidenbach, M.D.                  Mark C. Valentine, M.D.
   Nancy Egan, M.D.                           Christopher G. Nelson, M.D.                Val P. Vallat, M.D.
   Michael Faurest, M.D.                      Catherine A. Nordby, M.D.                  Vermen M. Verallo-Rowell, M.D.
   Robert P. Feinstein, M.D.                  William R. Owen, M.D.                      Lee J. Vesper, M.D.
   R. John Fox, Jr, M.D.                      Amit G. Pandya, M.D.                       Jonathan Vogel, M.D.
   Gerald C. Gladstone, M.D.                  Amy S. Pappert, M.D.                       Norman W. Walton, III, M.D.
   Jennifer W. Gould, M.D.                    Steven M. Passman, M.D.                    A. Elise Weinrich, M.D.
   Jerold B. Graff, M.D.                      William G. Patrick, M.D.                   Alan I. Westheim, M.D.
   Kenneth E. Greer, M.D.                     James B. Patterson, M.D.                   Susan E. Whitmore, M.D.
   Robert S. Haber, M.D.                      Thomas C. Peterson, M.D.                   Schield M. Wikas, D.O.
   Roland Hart, M.D.                          Robert B. Pittelkow, M.D.                  Gregory P. Wittenberg, M.D.
   Christina A. Herrick, M.D., Ph.D.          Ronald L. Pitts, M.D.                      Barbara A. Wolf, Ph.D.
   Kris L. Howard, M.D.                       Dale R. Pokorney, M.D.                     Nancy S. Wolfin, M.D.
   J. Mark Jackson, M.D.                      Ross B. Pollack, M.D.                      James A. Zalla, M.D.


                                                                                                                  2002 Annual Report   27
REPORT OF INDEPENDENT                                           STATEMENT OF ACTIVITIES
                                                                For the Year Ended December 31, 2002



PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS
                                                                                                                           Restricted
                                                                REVENUE                                    General Fund    Special Funds
                                                                   Membership Dues                           $ 1,469,239
                                                                   Contributions                               1,752,280
We have audited the accompanying Statement of                      Investment Income                              35,870      $ 35,975
                                                                   Registration Fees                              42,050
Financial Position of Dermatology Foundation as                    Administrative Fees                                             775
of December 31, 2002 and the related Statements                    Restricted Programs                          125,000
                                                                   Scientific Publications                      155,000
of Activities and Cash Flows for the year then                     Dues Transferred to Endowment Fund                          589,721
                                                                Total Revenue                                $ 3,579,439     $ 626,471
ended. The statements are the responsibility of
                                                                EXPENSES
the Foundation’s management. Our responsibility                    Research Awards Expended                  $ 1,763,537
is to express an opinion on these financial state-                  Membership/Program Services                   793,912
                                                                   Administrative Support Services               158,055
ments based on our audit. We conducted our audit                   Winter Colloquium                             122,483
                                                                   Depreciation                                   66,149
in accordance with generally accepted auditing                     Administrative Fees                               775
                                                                   Credit Card Fees                               17,390
standards. Those standards require that we plan                    Restricted Programs                           125,299
                                                                   Scientific Publications                       148,615
and perform the audit to obtain reasonable assur-
                                                                Total Expenses                               $ 3,196,215            $0
ance about whether the financial statements are                  Increase in Net Assets                        $ 383,224      $ 626,471

free of material misstatement. An audit includes                NET ASSETS
                                                                   January 1, 2002                           $ 4,070,180    $ 3,775,806
examining, on a test basis, evidence support-
                                                                   December 31, 2002                         $ 4,453,404    $ 4,402,278
ing the amounts and disclosures in the financial
statements. An audit also includes assessing the
accounting principles used and significant esti-                 2002 FUND ALLOCATIONS
mates made by management, as well as evaluat-                       72 % Research Award Funding
                                                                    23% Member/Program Services
ing the overall financial statement presentation.                    5% Administrative Services
We believe that our audit provides a reasonable
                                                                STATEMENT OF FINANCIAL POSITION
basis for our opinion. In our opinion, the financial             December 31, 2002
statements referred to above present fairly, in all             ASSETS
                                                                Current Assets:
material respects, the financial position of Derma-                 Cash Investments and Restricted Funds                    $ 8,667,393
                                                                   Deposits and Receivables                                   1,448,121
tology Foundation as of December 31, 2002 and the               Total Current Assets                                       $ 10,115,513
results of its operations and its cash flows for the             Fixed Assets:
12 months then ended in conformity with generally                  Furniture and Fixtures & Leasehold Improvements             489,334
                                                                   Accumulated Depreciation                                   (397,897)
accepted acounting principles.                                     Net Book Value                                               91,437
                                                                Total Assets                                               $ 10,206,950
Respectfully submitted,
                                                                LIABILITIES & NET ASSETS
                                                                Current Liabilities:
                                                                   Accounts Payable                                          $ 183,730
                                                                   Research Commitments Not Yet Expended                     1,082,464
Walter J. Newton & Co., Certified Public Accountants                Commitment for 2003 Colloquium                               85,075
30 East Adams Street Suite 1040, Chicago, Illinois 60603-5610      Total Current Liabilities                                  1,351,269
March 12, 2003                                                     Net Assets                                                 8,855,681
                                                                TOTAL LIABILITIES & NET ASSETS                             $10,206,950
28      Dermatology Foundation
2002 Executive Committee
CHAIRMAN,
BOARD OF TRUSTEES
Bruce U. Wintroub, M.D.
PRESIDENT
Jouni J. Uitto, M.D., Ph.D.
VICE PRESIDENT
Richard L. Edelson, M.D.
SECRETARY-TREASURER
Michael D. Tharp, M.D.
ASSISTANT SECRETARY-
TREASURER
Barbara A. Gilchrest, M.D.
MEMBERS AT LARGE
Gerald G. Krueger, M.D.
Anita C. Gilliam, M.D., Ph.D.
James J. Leyden, M.D.
Glenn A. Oclassen
Neil A. Swanson, M.D.
John J. Voorhees, M.D.




2002 Board of Trustees
Tina Alster, M.D.               Stephen H. Mandy, M.D.
Rex A. Amonette, M.D.           Mary C. Martini, M.D.
The Honorable Walter H.         Seth L. Matarasso, M.D.
  Annenberg (deceased)          Marcy Neuburg M.D.
Hilary E. Baldwin, M.D.         Elise Olsen, M.D.
Rodney S.W. Basler, M.D.        Amy Paller, M.D.
Alastair Carruthers, M.D.       Alice P. Pentland, M.D.
Roger I. Ceilley                Jorge L. Sanchez, M.D.
Karynne O. Duncan, M.D.         William S. Sawchuk, M.D.
Richard L. Edelson, M.D.        Richard K. Scher, M.D.
James O. Ertle, M.D.            Steven K. Shama, M.D., M.P.H.
Barbara A. Gilchrest, M.D.      Neil A. Swanson, M.D.
Anita Gilliam, M.D., Ph.D.      Michael D. Tharp, M.D.
Mitchel P. Goldman, M.D.        Jouni J. Uitto, M.D., Ph.D.
Victoria L. Holloway, M.D.      John J. Voorhees, M.D.
Timothy M. Johnson, M.D.        Patricia S. Walker, M.D., Ph.D.
Gerald G. Krueger, M.D.         Susan Holloway Weinkle, M.D.
David J. Leffell, M.D.          Bruce U. Wintroub, M.D.
James J. Leyden, M.D.




EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
Sandra Rahn Benz
GENERAL COUNSEL
Robert M. Grossman
Gardner, Carton & Douglas
DERMATOLOGY
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