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March 25 Saturday morning Joint meeting with the Northern California Dermatology Society, hosted at the UCSF Mt Zion Campus. NOTE! We are looking for cases and welcome cases from all private practitioners for this meeting. If you have a case, please contact Megha Trivedi, SF Derm Grand Rounds Director, at, with case information, see details below)



Relevance of the Microbiome to the Clinical Dermatologist

Presented by Dr. Serena Mraz

Practitioner, Solano Dermatology Associates


Lecture and Patient Presentations Location (9:00 am – 12 noon):
Herbst Hall
1600 Divisadero St., 2nd Floor,
San Francisco, CA 94115
Patient Viewing Location (7:30 am-9:00 am):
1701 Divisadero St, 3rd floor
Parking Available On-site, 1701 Divisadero (Permit Required)


Saturday March 25 06:45-07:30: (For Board Members only) SF Derm Board Meeting Room 3rd Floor Conference Room Rm 3100, 1701 Divisadero
07:30-08:00: Breakfast and Sign-in at Dermatology Clinics - 1701 Divisadero, 3rd Floor
08:00-09:00: Patient Viewing in Dermatology Clinics - 1701 Divisadero, 3rd Floor
09:00-09:15: Transition to Herbst Hall in Mt. Zion - 1600 Divisadero, 2nd Floor
09:15-09:30: Welcome/introduction Herbst Hall
09:30-10:15 John Weiss Lectureship by Dr. Serena Mraz Herbst Hall

  • Aim 1: Characterization of the human microbiome

  • Aim 2: Describe the importance of the microbiome to human biology, physiology, and pathophysiology.

  • Aim 3: Understand factors that affect the human microbiome

  • Aim 4: Describe possible and plausible relationships of the human microbiome to a variety of skin diseases and other conditions

  • Aim 5: Understand strategies to help shift the microbiome balance in ways that may prevent and help treat skin and other diseases.
    10:15-11:30: Case Presentations and discussion Herbst Hall
    11:30-11:45: Closing remarks
    12:00-12:45: (For those who preregister with Maintenance of Certification Session (25 MOC Component II Question Credits) 1701 Divisadero, 1st Floor Conference Room
    12:00-1:30: (For residents) SF Derm Resident Luncheon, 1701 Divisadero, 1st Floor Conference Room
    This activity is anticipated to be approved for 3.5 AMA PRA Category 1 credits. This activity is jointly sponsored by SynAptiv and SF Dermatologic Society

SF Derm and Northern California Dermatology Society at UCSF, Saturday, March 25, 2017

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