Weill Cornell OMInar in Dermatology

Dec 3, 2020

Course director Dr. Richard D. Granstein, Chairman of the Department of Dermatology at Weill Cornell Medicine, has been collaborating with the Open Medical Institute for twelve years, starting with the first OMI Seminar in Dermatology in 2008. He and his colleagues have come to Salzburg almost every year since, teaching fellows cutting-edge knowledge and techniques in the field of dermatology.

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, this year’s course had to be converted to a two-day OMInar led by Dr. Richard D. Granstein and Dr. Georg Stary. 28 fellows from 16 countries had the opportunity to listen to seven leading experts from Weill Cornell Medicine and the Medical University of Vienna, all OMI veterans, and ask questions.

 

  • Skin Diseases upon Immunosuppression Including Transplanted Patients
    Dr. Alexandra Geusau (Medical University of Vienna)
  • New Drugs for Skin Cancer
    Dr. Kira Minkis (Weill Cornell Medicine)
  • Surgical Therapy for Malignant Melanoma and Non-Melanoma Skin Cancer
    Dr. Kira Minkis (Weill Cornell Medicine)
  • Adverse Skin Effects of Chemotherapeutic Agents
    Dr. Joanna L. Harp (Weill Cornell Medicine)
  • Drug Eruptions
    Dr. Stefan Woehrl (Floridsdorf Allergy Centre)
  • Lichenoid Eruptions, GVHD and Morphea
    Dr. Georg Stary, Medical University of Vienna)
  • Psoriasis and Neuroimmunology
    Dr. Richard D. Granstein (Weill Cornell Medicine)
  • Connective Tissue Diseases and Other Autoimmune Disorders of the Skin
    Dr. Georg Stingl (Medical University of Vienna)