Our own Mohs Surgeon, Dr. Gary Mendese has recently been bestowed the honor of being voted in as a board member of the Massachusetts Academy of Dermatology. A Massachusetts resident, Mendese was elected by fellow members of the Massachusetts Academy of Dermatology at their most recent meeting in late September.
The Massachusetts Academy of Dermatology is the professional society for more than 300 practicing dermatologists. It is committed to advancing the diagnosis and medical, surgical, and cosmetic treatment of the skin, hair, and nails, advocating high standards in clinical practice, education, and research in dermatology; and supporting and enhancing patient care for a lifetime of healthier skin.
This is exciting news and we’re all very proud of Dr. Mendese and his continued commitment to his dermatological practice and dedication to providing his patients with the utmost care.
Said Mendese: “I am really happy to have been elected to the board of the Massachusetts Academy of Dermatology by its members, and am humbled to have the opportunity to have a more active role in the academy. What this means is I am now an active part of a group that helps cultivate the Massachusetts Academy of Dermatology and serve as a voice on behalf of the membership moving forward. The board of directors is involved with obtaining speakers for the meetings as well as other educational programs offered to the members. We are also hoping to incorporate some community outreach as well. I’m looking forward to helping serve the Massachusetts Academy of Dermatology as it’s a great resource for my peers, and the dermatological practice in general.”
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