New Study Finds that Nanotechnology Training is Lacking in Dermatology
Frequently Asked Questions
What is the Nanodermatology Society (NDS)?
Nanotechnology has tremendous implications for consumers, patients, and society. The skin is the first point of contact and the first line of defense for nanomaterials. Products and devices using nanotechnology for the skin are growing at an exponential rate The Nanodermatology Society (NDS) was founded in 2010 in order to foster education and scientific exchange among professionals in this area.
Who can join the NDS?
The NDS is open to clinicians, academic and industry scientists, researchers, fellows, industry leaders, and individuals with an occupational or environmental health background with an interest in nanotechnology as it relates to dermatology.
What type of membership opportunities do you have?
Membership categories include active membership and associate membership. Active members can participate in governance of the NDS. Associate members can attend meetings and interact with members but may not vote or hold office.
What are the benefits of membership?
Active members have the opportunity to participate in all activities associated with the NDS including, but not limited to, attendance at the annual meeting, opportunities to participate in scholarly pursuits, opportunities participate in governance of the society, access to our newsletter and journal.
When does the NDS meet?
The NDS holds an annual scientific conference during the American Academy of Dermatology annual meeting. Our First Annual Meeting will be at the Hilton Riverside in New Orleans in the Magnolia Room, on the 3rd Floor, from 5:30-7:30 pm.