Maui Derm Hawaii 2023 Program

January 23-27, 2023 • Grand Wailea • Maui, Hawaii

TimeSunday, January 22, 2023Faculty
2:00 pm – 6:00 pm On-Site Registration

TimeMonday, January, 23, 2023Faculty
6:30 am – 7:30 am Breakfast + Exhibits
7:25 am – 7:40 am Hawaiian Blessing & Introduction
G. Martin, MD
7:40 am – 7:45 am Daily Announcements
7:45 am – 8:45 am Dermatology in Review
Dr. Hensin Tsao, in his inimitable style, will discuss the most important papers in the literature from 2022. Dr. Sheila Fallon-Friedlander will share the podium and discuss the latest papers in the pediatric dermatology literature.
H. Tsao, MD, PhD
S. Fallon-Friedlander, MD
8:45 am – 9:30 amNew Drugs and Therapies in 2023
Hana hou! The “Ted and Neal Show” will once again entertain and educate you about new drugs and therapies in dermatology and how we will be using them in 2023. I wonder what this year’s “theme”will be?
T. Rosen, MD
N. Bhatia, MD
9:30 am – 10:00 amCutaneous Oncology: Part 1
The management and therapeutic options for actinic keratosis and non-melanoma skin cancer will be discussed.
G. Martin, MD
E. Stockfleth, MD
C. Schmults, MD, MSCE
10:00 am -10:45 amBreaks + Exhibits
10:45 am – 11:45 amCutaneous Oncology: Part 1 (Cont’d)
The management and therapeutic options for actinic keratosis and non-melanoma skin cancer will be discussed.
G. Martin, MD
E. Stockfleth, MD
C. Schmults, MD, MSCE
11:45 am – 12:45 pmPigmented Lesion Clinic: Part 1
Several challenging clinical cases involving pigmented lesions that challenged our experts will be presented. From congenital and Spitz nevi, management of dysplastic/atypical nevi, genetic testing and surgical management of melanoma to therapies for metastatic melanoma, critical issues vital to the practicing dermatologist will be discussed.
Moderator:
H. Tsao, MD, PhD

Faculty:
E. Hawrluk, MD, PhD
W. High, MD, JD
K. Tanabe, MD
K. Flaherty, MD
12:45 pm – 1:15 pm“Talk Story”
During this 30-minute NON-CME session, presentations of 2 of the 5 winning “Residents of Distinction” award, sponsored by Beiersdorf, will take place.
Moderator:
G. Martin, MD

Faculty:
C. Schmults, MD, MSCE
H. Tsao, MD, PhD
E. Hawryluk, MD
W. High, MD, JD
K. Flaherty, MD
K. Tanabe, MD
Industry Hosted Event (Non-CME)
1:15 pm – 1:45 pm
Product Theater Luncheon
Optional non-certified lunches are designed to cover therapeutic approaches to a particular disease state. Industry-sponsored.
1:45 pm – 2:15 pm“Talk Story”
During this 30-minute NON-CME session, presentations of 2 of the 5 winning “Residents of Distinction” award, sponsored by Beiersdorf, will take place.
Moderator:
G. Martin, MD
2:15 pm – 3:00 pmPigmented Lesion Clinic: Part 2
Several challenging clinical cases involving pigmented lesions that challenged our experts will be presented. From congenital and Spitz nevi, management of dysplastic/atypical nevi, genetic testing and surgical management of melanoma to therapies for metastatic melanoma, critical issues vital to the practicing dermatologist will be discussed.
Moderator:
H. Tsao, MD, PhD

Faculty:
E. Hawryluk, MD
W. High, MD, JD
K. Flaherty, MD
K. Tanabe, MD
3:00 pm – 5:30 pmCONCURRENT SESSION. PLEASE CHOOSE ONE.
WORKSHOP A: Dermoscopy Workshop: Special Site Dermoscopy
Simply described as “the best dermoscopy workshop you will ever attend”. Dr. Ash Marghoob will hold his internationally acclaimed workshop on dermoscopy. This year’s workshop is designed to bring attendees up to date with current interpretation of dermoscopic features of specific sites such as the hands and feet, lips, etc. His algorithm and pattern analysis to assist in detecting skin cancer will be stressed. This knowledge will be applied to a set of unknowns, which the audience will help analyze.
A. Marghoob, MD
3:00 pm – 5:15 pmCONCURRENT SESSION. PLEASE CHOOSE ONE.
WORKSHOP B: How To Maximize Your Billing Effectiveness In The Era of Dwindling Reimbursements and ICD-10
Drs. Mark Kaufmann and Dan Siegel, two of the AAD’s experts in dermatology medical coding and billing, will go into great detail outlining the impact of EMR, ICD-10 and coding changes on your practice. They will help you to gain a deeper understanding of the process and procedures involved in ICD-10 billing. This includes the “do’s and don’ts” of medical billing under ICD-10 and maximizing your reimbursements.

Submit Billing & Coding Questions on Maui Derm website on Program page.
M. Kaufmann, MD
D. Siegel, MD
3:00 pm – 5:15 pmCONCURRENT SESSION. PLEASE CHOOSE ONE.
WORKSHOP C: Lasers, Lights, Radiofrequency, Photodynamic Therapy and More
During this 2+ hour session the foremost authorities on lasers, energy based devices and PDT will share what is new, trending, what works and what does not along with “what’s in the pipeline”. They will share their algorithms for treating a variety of conditions.
Moderator:
S. Kilmer, MD

Faculty:
R. Anderson, MD, PhD
S. Nelson, MD, PhD
S. Tsao, MD
V. Ross, MD
S. Kilmer, MD
F. Sakamoto, MD, PhD
6:30 pm – 9:00 pmWelcome Reception & Dinner “Under the Stars”
All registrants are encouraged to attend.

TimeTuesday, January, 24, 2023Faculty
6:30 am – 7:30 am Breakfast + Exhibits
7:25 am – 7:30 am Daily Announcements
7:30 am – 9:15 am Pediatric Dermatology 2023
Our panel of leading authorities will discuss a wide range of topics in pediatric dermatology. Interested in learning more? Join our pediatric dermatology experts in the afternoon workshop for a 2-hour in-depth case-based discussion of a wide array of challenging case scenarios.
S. Fallon-Friedlander, MD
I. Frieden, MD
J. Treat, MD
L. Eichenfield, MD
9:15 am – 10:00 am Update 2023: Disorders of Pigmentation
Drs. Pearl Grimes and John Harris will discuss the latest approaches to treating vitiligo, melasma and other disorders of pigmentation.
P. Grimes, MD
J. Harris, MD
10:00 am -10:45 amBreaks + Exhibits
10:45 am – 11:15 am Cutaneous T Cell Lymphoma Update 2023
One of the leading authorities on the subject of CTCL will discuss the state of the art in the diagnosis and management of CTCL.
A. Rook, MD
11:15 am – 12:45 pm Psoriasis Update: 2023
Our panel of leading authorities will discuss the rapidly changing landscape of psoriasis and psoriatic arthritis. Their discussion will include new topical and systemic drugs that we will be using in 2023, new findings, management strategy updates, psoriatic arthritis, and the immunology and genetics of psoriasis. Interested in learning more? Join our psoriasis experts in the afternoon workshop for a 2-hour in-depth case-based discussion of a wide array of challenging case scenarios.
Moderator:
B. Strober, MD, PhD

Faculty:
A. Kavanaugh, MD
L. Stein-Gold, MD
A. Blauvelt, MD, MBA
J. Gelfand, MD, MSCE
12:45 pm – 1:15 pm “Talk Story”
During this 30-minute NON-CME session our faculty will do “Q&A” from their session during the first 15 minutes. The final 15 minutes of the Talk Story will allow attendees to get lunch and prepare for the Product Theater.
Moderator:
G. Martin, MD

Faculty:
A. Kavanaugh, MD
L. Stein-Gold, MD
A. Blauvelt, MD, MBA
J. Gelfand, MD, MSCE
Industry Hosted Event (Non-CME)
1:15 pm – 1:45 pm
Product Theater Luncheon
Optional non-certified lunches are designed to cover therapeutic approaches to a particular disease state. Industry-sponsored.
1:45 pm – 2:15 pm “Talk Story”
During this 30-minute NON-CME session, presentations of 2 of the 5 winning “Residents of Distinction” award, sponsored by Beiersdorf, will take place.
Moderator:
G. Martin, MD
2:15 pm – 4:30 pm CONCURRENT SESSION. PLEASE CHOOSE ONE.
WORKSHOP A: Challenging Cases in Psoriasis
During this 2-hour workshop our group of psoriasis experts will challenge you and each other with a wide range of difficult management cases. Bring your own case(s) to present and join us to hear what the experts have to say.
Moderator:
B. Strober, MD, PhD

Faculty:
A. Kavanaugh, MD
L. Stein-Gold, MD
A. Blauvelt, MD, MBA
J. Gelfand MD, MSCE
2:15 pm – 4:30 pm CONCURRENT SESSION. PLEASE CHOOSE ONE.
WORKSHOP B: Challenging Cases in Pediatric Dermatology
During this 2-hour workshop our group of pediatric dermatology experts will challenge you and each other with a wide range of difficult management cases. Bring your own case(s) to present and join us to hear what the experts have to say.
S. Fallon-Friedlander, MD
I. Frieden, MD
L. Eichenfield, MD
J. Treat, MD
2:15 pm – 4:30 pm CONCURRENT SESSION. PLEASE CHOOSE ONE.
WORKSHOP C: Wound Closures
Our esteemed group of derm surgeons will present a wide variety of derm surgery cases involving facial (lip, nose, eyelid, ear) and trunk/extremity repairs. They will discuss their approaches to optimizing functional and cosmetic outcomes. 
Moderator:
H. Gladstone, MD

Faculty:
D. Ozog, MD
D. Siegel, MD

TimeWednesday, January 25, 2023Faculty
6:30 am – 7:30 am Breakfast + Exhibits
7:25 am – 7:30 am Daily Announcements
7:30 am – 8:00 am Wound Healing Advances in 2023
Dr. Rob Kirsner, one of the leading experts in wound healing, will present the latest in wound healing science that will change the way we approach wound healing.
R. Kirsner, MD, PhD
8:00 am – 8:30 am Alan Shalita Memorial Lecture
Faculty:
TBD
8:30 am – 10:00 am Update 2023: Acne and Rosacea
New drugs, new data and new insights into acne and rosacea. Our expert faculty will share their experiences in the management of acne and rosacea.
Moderator:
G. Webster, MD, PhD

Faculty:
L. Eichenfield, MD
J. Leyden, MD
10:00 am -10:45 amBreaks + Exhibits
10:45 am – 11:15 am Innovation in Dermatology 2023: A Look Into The Future of Dermatology
Dr. Rox Anderson will discuss exciting new therapies and devices developed at the Wellman Center and other leading research centers around the world and how these therapies will impact aesthetic and medical dermatology in the future.
R. Anderson, MD, PhD
11:15 am – 12:00 pm Neuromodulators and Dermal Fillers: What’s New, What’s Coming and What Are We Doing That’s New In 2023
Our expert injectors will discuss what is new and trending in 2023 and what’s coming in the near future.
Moderator:
J. Cohen, MD

Faculty:
M. Gold, MD
D. Glaser, MD
12:00 pm – 12:45 pm Neuromodulator and Dermal Filler Complications: How to Avoid Them and How To Manage Them When They Occur
Dr. Joel Cohen will present what many consider to be the best talk on the subject.  
J. Cohen, MD
12:45 pm – 1:15 pm “Talk Story”
During this 30-minute NON-CME session our faculty will do “Q&A” from their session during the first 15 minutes. The final 15 minutes of the Talk Story will allow attendees to get lunch and prepare for the Product Theater
Moderator:
G. Martin, MD

Faculty:
J. Cohen, MD
M. Gold, MD
D. Glaser, MD
Industry Hosted Event (Non-CME)
1:15 pm -1:45 am
Product Theater Luncheon
Optional non-certified lunches are designed to cover therapeutic approaches to a particular disease state. Industry-sponsored.
1:45 pm – 2:15 pm “Talk Story”
During this 30-minute NON-CME session, the final presentations of the “Residents of Distinction” award, sponsored by Beiersdorf, will take place.
Moderator:
S. Desai, MD

2:15 pm – 4:45 pm CONCURRENT SESSION. PLEASE CHOOSE ONE.
How we combine dermal fillers, neuromodulators and laser/light/RF devices, PRP, micro-needling and cosmeceuticals in combination and in which order to achieve an optimal cosmetic result. Listen and take notes as our faculty discusses their approaches to mild, moderate and severe photoaging including Skin of Color.
Moderator:
D. Laub, MD

Faculty:
D. Glaser, MD
S. Kilmer, MD
V. Callender, MD
M. Goldman, MD
P. Werschler, MD
A. Shamban, MD
S. Chilukuri, MD
2:15 pm – 5:00 pm CONCURRENT SESSION. PLEASE CHOOSE ONE.
Pediatric Dermoscopy Workshop: Nevi, Vascular Growths, Rashes and Other Practical uses of Dermoscopy in Young Patients
In this workshop, Dr. Ilona Frieden and Dr. E. Vinny Seiverling will team up to present a practical application of dermoscopy for pediatric and young adult patients. This year’s workshop will cover melanocytic and vascular growths as well as other high-yield uses for dermoscopy in young patients. The utility of dermoscopy in evaluating rashes and skin infections will also be addressed. An interactive case-based approach will be used to help solidify the concepts.
I. Frieden, MD
E. Seiverling, MD

TimeThursday, January 26, 2023Faculty
6:30 am – 7:30 am Breakfast + Exhibits
7:25 am – 7:30 am Daily Announcements
7:30 am – 8:30 am The Management of Hair Loss Disorders in 2023
Dr. Jerry Shapiro will discuss a wide range of hair loss disorders including diagnostic and management strategies for cicatricial and non-cicatricial alopecia.
J. Shapiro, MD
8:30 am – 10:00 am Atopic Dermatitis and Pruritus: Current Concepts and Therapeutics for 2023
The introduction of new targeted monoclonal antibodies, oral JAKinibs and new topical therapies into our practices has given us new, highly effective and safe treatment options for atopic dermatitis. Additionally, effective therapies for chronic pruritus are emerging to help us in our battle against chronic itch. Our experts will discuss where all of these therapies will fit into our therapeutic armamentarium. They will also discuss new findings regarding the pathogenesis and co-morbidities of atopic dermatitis and pruritus as well as therapies in the pipeline.
Moderator:
A. Blauvelt, MD, MBA

Faculty:
J. Silverberg, MD, PhD, MPH
L. Eichenfield, MD
E. Simpson, MD
G. Yosipovitch, MD, PhD
10:00 am -10:45 amBreaks + Exhibits
10:45 am – 11:30 am Photoprotection Update 2023
Two of the world’s foremost photo-biologists, Henry Lim MD and Curtis Cole PhD, will discuss the rapidly evolving story of sunscreen safety emerging from the National Academy of Science’s ad hoc Committee on Sunscreens which addressed the impact of sunscreens on the aquatic environment as well as the FDA’s guidance on which sunscreens are “GRASE” safe. What is the status of new sunscreens in development? Additionally, the emerging story of visible light and its impact on the skin will be discussed as well as measures to protect the skin from visible light.
Faculty:
H. Lim, MD
C. Cole, PhD
11:30 am – 12:45 pm Lasers and Energy Devices Used to Treat Medical Problems: What’s New in 2023!
Our world-class experts will discuss their approach using lasers, lights, energy devices and PDT to an array of challenging skin conditions and cutaneous lesions ranging vascular lesions and tumors, striae, scars, disorders of pigmentation, acne and more.
Moderartor:
S. Kilmer, MD

Faculty:
R. Anderson, MD, PhD
S. Nelson, MD, PhD
E.V. Ross, MD
F. Sakamoto, MD, PhD
12:45 pm – 1:15 pm “Talk Story”
During this 30-minute NON-CME session our faculty will do “Q&A” from their session during the first 15 minutes. The final 15 minutes of the Talk Story will allow attendees to get lunch and prepare for the Product Theater.
Moderator:
G. Martin, MD

Faculty:
P. Rich, MD
S. Kilmer, MD
R. Anderson, MD, PhD
S. Nelson, MD, PhD
E.V. Ross, MD
F. Sakamoto, MD, PhD
Industry Hosted Event (Non-CME)
1:15 pm -1:45pm
Product Theater Luncheon
Optional non-certified lunches are designed to cover therapeutic approaches to a particular disease state. Industry-sponsored.
1:45 pm – 2:15 pm “Talk Story”
During this 30-minute NON-CME session our faculty will discuss the top posters submitted to Maui Derm. The open and candid “unfiltered” discussion provided by their expert insight is not to be missed!
Moderator:
G. Martin, MD

Faculty:
TBD
2:15 pm – 4:45 pm Neuromodulator and Dermal Filler: Onstage Live Patient Demonstration
This highly interactive session features live patient injections using the latest techniques and combination of products. Faculty members provide a running commentary and attendees are encouraged to come to the mic to ask questions. This session has become a hallmark of Maui Derm’s aesthetic program.
Moderators:
M. Goldman, MD
J. Cohen, MD
D. Laub, MD

Faculty:
D. Glaser, MD
S. Kilmer, MD
V. Callender, MD
M. Gold, MD
M. Goldman, MD
P. Werschler, MD
A. Shamban, MD
S. Chilukuri, MD
D. Ozog, MD
K. Pinski, MD
S. Tsao, MD
4:45 pm – 6:00 pm Neuromodulator and Dermal Filler Onstage Live Patient Demonstration: Product Specific
Learn from our expert faculty during this interactive, live patient demonstration, “product specific” injection session. Our faculty will teach you how to safely and effectively achieve the optimal cosmetic outcome. 
Moderators:
M. Goldman, MD
J. Cohen, MD
D. Laub, MD

Faculty:
D. Glaser, MD
S. Kilmer, MD
V. Callender, MD
M. Gold, MD
M. Goldman, MD
P. Werschler, MD
A. Shamban, MD
S. Chilukuri, MD
D. Ozog, MD
K. Pinski, MD
S. Tsao, MD

TimeFriday, January, 27, 2023Faculty
6:30 am – 7:30 am Breakfast + Exhibits
7:25 am – 7:30 am Daily Announcements
7:30 am – 8:30 am Infectious Disease Update 2022
What you need to know about viral, bacterial, fungal, parasitic and arthropod infections.

Interested in learning more? Join our ID faculty in the afternoon workshop for a 2-hour in-depth session covering a wide array of infectious disease topics. Bring your toughest case for the panel.
Moderator:
T. Rosen, MD

Faculty:
S. Fallon-Friedlander, MD
A. Gupta, MD, PhD, MBA
8:30 am – 9:30 am Challenging Cases
Our faculty will present a wide array of challenging and complex adult and pediatric cases that pushed their diagnostic and therapeutic skills to the limit. Dr. Alikhan will present a challenging case of hidradenitis suppuritiva.
Moderator:
S. Desai, MD

Faculty:
A. Alikhan, MD
J. Treat, MD
T. Rosen, MD
9:30 am – 10:15 am Blistering Diseases Update 2023
Dr. Donna Culton, one of the leading authorities in immunobullous diseases, will update us on the latest in diagnostic and therapeutic modalities for a wide range of bullous diseases.
Faculty:
D. Culton, MD, PhD
10:15 am -11:00 amBreaks + Exhibits
11:00 am – 12:00 pm Cutaneous Oncology: Part 2
This session will focus on Non-Melanoma Skin Cancers (NMSC). Our panelists will discuss their therapeutic approaches to a wide range of challenging cases. Our expert panelists will discuss how thinking outside the box helped improve patient outcomes. 
Moderator:
H. Gladstone, MD

Faculty:
C. Schmults, MD, MSCE
D. Ozog, MD
12:00 pm – 12:45 pm Contact Dermatitis Update 2023
Contact dermatitis is a constantly evolving field. Last year we reviewed the 20 ‘Allergens of the Year” as named by the American Contact Dermatitis since the year 2000. This year we will review the evolving literature in contact dermatitis from the last two years: Which allergens are on the rise and which ones are on the decline? Are there new and emerging allergens you need to be aware of? Do the new treatments for atopic dermatitis work in contact dermatitis? We will even touch on irritant contact dermatitis, a subject we got new information about thanks to the increased hand hygiene during the pandemic.
M. Zirwas, MD
12:45 pm – 1:15 pm “Talk Story”
During this 30-minute NON-CME session our faculty will do “Q&A” from their session during the first 15 minutes. The final 15 minutes of the Talk Story will allow attendees to get lunch and prepare for the Product Theater.
Moderator:
G. Martin, MD

Faculty:
M. Zirwas, MD
H. Gladstone, MD
C. Schmults, MD,MSCE
D. Ozog, MD
D. Culton, MD, PhD
S. Desai, MD
T. Rosen, MD
A. Alikhan, MD
J. Treat, MD
Industry Hosted Event (Non-CME)
1:15 pm -1:45 pm
Product Theater Luncheon
Optional non-certified lunches are designed to cover therapeutic approaches to a particular disease state. Industry-sponsored.
1:45 pm – 2:15 pm “Talk Story”
During this 30-minute NON-CME session our faculty will discuss the top posters submitted to Maui Derm. The open and candid “unfiltered” discussion provided by their expert insight is not to be missed!
Moderator:
G. Martin, MD

Faculty:
T. Rosen, MD
S. Fallon-Friedlander, MD
M. Zirwas, MD
S. Desai, MD
B. Strober, MD, PhD
2:15 pm – 4:15 pm CONCURRENT SESSION. PLEASE CHOOSE ONE.
WORKSHOP A: Infectious Disease
Join our ID experts for an in-depth discussion of a broad range of topics not covered in the morning lecture. In this intimate setting, you can freely ask questions and share your most challenging cases or observations with our faculty. 
Moderator:
T. Rosen, MD

Faculty:
A. Gupta, MD, PhD, MBA
S. Fallon-Friedlander, MD
2:15 pm – 4:15 pm CONCURRENT SESSION. PLEASE CHOOSE ONE.
WORKSHOP B: Nail Disorders Diagnostic and Therapeutic Approaches to Nail Diseases
Dr. Phoebe Rich will go into great depth discussing a wide range of nail disorders and her approach to them. Additionally, she will provide a video demonstration of her surgical approaches to nail disorders.
Faculty:
P. Rich, MD
2:15 pm – 4:15 pm CONCURRENT SESSION. PLEASE CHOOSE ONE.
WORKSHOP C: Exceptional Eczematous Expertise and Powerful Patch Testing
Two dermatologists with practices essentially limited to treating patients with difficult dermatitis and itch will present and discuss a series of cases. You’ll get to see how different experts approach the same cases in a way that will help you figure out how to approach these challenging cases in the real world. We’ll answer questions like these: At what point should you patch test someone? Do they need comprehensive testing or just the TRUE test? What if patch testing isn’t available? When do you use the older systemic drugs and when do you go to a biologic or a systemic JAK inhibitor? How do you choose between them? How do you use them safely and how do you counsel your patients? And bring your toughest questions – ask us about the patient you’ve been struggling with for the last 6 months and what we’d do!
Faculty:
M. Zirwas, MD
R. Chovatiya, MD PhD