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Dermfoot Lectures - Dr Novoa

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Dermatological Applications of Artificial Intelligence: Promises and Pitfalls

Objectives: 1) To familiarize the practitioner with what medical artificial intelligence is shaping up to be 2) To understand how to get the most out of artificial intelligence 3) To recognize the applications of artificial intelligence in the dermatology world.

Foot and Leg Ulcers; When To Worry

Objectives: 1) To familiarize the practitioner with the different types of ulcer which are seen on the foot and leg 2) To understand how these ulcers can differentiate into cancer and other worrisome diseases. 3) To be able to list the different treatments for foot and leg ulcers

The Morbilliform Eruption: Differential Diagnosis and Management

Objectives: 1) To familiarize the practitioner with the many clinical presentations rashes 2) To be able to list the different treatments for these rashes 3) To identify all of the newer ways to diagnose the causes of the rashes

About the Speaker:

  • Dr. Novoa received his bachelor and medical degrees from Harvard University. He completed his medical internship at Columbia University Medical Center and his dermatology residency at University Hospitals-Case Western Reserve School of Medicine before pursuing a dermatopathology fellowship at the University of Pennsylvania. Board certified in dermatology and dermatopathology, Dr. Novoa practices clinical dermatology and interprets slides as a dermatopathologist. His research interests include the medical applications of artificial intelligence, cutaneous lymphoma, and the cutaneous side effects of targeted therapies. Dr. Novoa served as co-PI on a research project featured on the cover of Nature Magazine. This work has appeared in the Wall Street Journal, Bloomberg Magazine, and PBS NOVA. He enjoys travel, reading, and Brazilian Jiu Jitsu..
  • Fees

    Free for Attendees of the Live Meeting

    Intended Audience: Podiatrists

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