Dermatology

News and Events

The Department of Dermatology at IU School of Medicine offers a range of educational and social programs throughout the year. To get details about programs and events provided by the Department of Dermatology, explore the Dermatology calendar.

Grand Rounds

IU School of Medicine Department of Dermatology hosts CME-accredited Grand Round lectures that offer cutting-edge information about clinical dermatology. Grand Round lectures are held on the first and third Wednesdays of each month.

Cutaneous Biology Course

The 24th Annual Introduction to Cutaneous Biology basic science course is being held at the Crowne Plaza at Historic Union Station on Friday, October 4, 2019 (8 am – 5 pm) and Saturday, October 5, 2019 (8 am – 12 pm).  This two-day course covers a broad spectrum of disciplines, including cutaneous structure and function; pharmacology; photobiology; molecular biology; immunodermatology; and surgery. A registration fee of $225 is required to participate in this year’s course. All attendees must register online.

Online registration is available for attendees paying with credit card and check. If paying by check, registrants can go online to register and then click pay later. This adds you to the registration list and prompts the confirmation to be mailed in with your check.

Mail Checks to:
Indiana University
IU Conferences
PO Box 6212
Indianapolis, IN 46206-62120

Location of Conference
Crowne Plaza at Historic Union Station
123 West Louisiana Street
Indianapolis, IN  46225

For hotel reservations at the Crowne Plaza contact the hotel directly, or book online.

The Hotel’s course rates (available until 9/9/19): single room and double room of $137.00+ 17% tax. After checking availability, enter the code DER into the group code section to receive the special rate.  If you call to reserve, be sure to mention that you are with the IU Cutaneous Biology Course to obtain the course discount rate.

Email Kelli Cassidy, Residency & Fellowship Program Coordinator, Indiana University School of Medicine Department of Dermatology, with questions.