ABD Executive Director Randall Roenigk, MD, explains how the ABD's 2023 accomplishments benefit dermatologists and their patients.
As the ABD calls for applications, Dr. Jason Castillo describes his experience as the first to serve in this role.
The ABD Board of Directors encourages physicians to speak respectfully and listen compassionately as tragic events unfold around the world.
The American Board of Dermatology has posted its 2023 Year in Review. The articles in this report focus on ways the ABD is accomplishing its strategic goals.
Internationally trained dermatologists practicing at an academic institution in the U.S. or Canada may now have a pathway to become certified by the ABD.
ABD’s new practice improvement activities may be the easiest and most relevant way to meet DEA education requirements.
The American Board of Dermatology is one of 24 medical specialty boards that make up the American Board of Medical Specialties (ABMS). Through ABMS, the boards work together to establish common standards for physicians to achieve and maintain board certification. The boards were founded by their respective specialties to protect the public by assessing and certifying doctors who meet specific educational, training and professional requirements. The American Board of Dermatology is an independent, non-profit organization.Learn More