International Society of Dermatology (ISD)
Société internationale de dermatologie
1958 Lisbon Portugal
1958, Lisbon (Portugal), as International Society of Tropical Dermatology (ISTD) -- Societas Internationalis Dermatologiae Tropicae. Constituent Assembly 25 Jan 1960, New York NY (USA). Subsequently name change to International Society of Dermatology: Tropical, Geographical, and Ecological (ISD), adopted at 5th World Congress, 20 Oct 1984, Mexico City (Mexico). Incorporated in the State of New York (USA).
Promote and encourage investigation, and facilitate mutual acquaintance and collaboration between persons of all nationalities, concerning the field of tropical dermatology and geographical ecology of global skin diseases.
Events2021-11-10 | Melbourne, Australia – Quadrennial Congress
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