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2023 AAD Annual Meeting Highlights – Hidradenitis Suppurativa (HS) and more
3 May @ 6:30 pm - 9:00 pmFree
Guest speaker Dr Diana Rubel will join Dr Nicolopoulos and Dr De Cruz for the Q&A session at the dinner event organised by our partner Novartis. The session will be chaired by A/Prof Aaron Robinson.Please see the agenda below:
|6:30pm – 6:55pm||Arrival and registration|
|6:55pm – 7:00pm||Welcome and Introduction||Ingrid Wise, Novartis – Medical Science Liaison|
|7:00pm – 7:40pm||Interactive highlights from AAD 2023||Dr Jenny Nicolopoulos & Dr Ryan De Cruz|
Dr Diana Rubel
|7:40pm – 7:50pm||Q & A discussion|
Dr Jenny Nicolopoulos
Dr Jenny Nicolopoulos is the principal clinician of Fairfield Dermatology Clinic, she attained her Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery degree at Melbourne University in 1995 and completed her FACD in Victoria in 2003. Dr Nicolopoulos is an expert in managing difficult psoriasis and hidradenitis suppurativa. Jenny is a Consultant Dermatologist in the Biologics Clinic at Royal Melbourne Hospital and is actively involved in teaching dermatology trainees. Jenny has published articles in multiple peer reviewed journals and attends major international dermatology conferences. Dr Nicolopoulos has a broad range of dermatology interests including skin cancer diagnosis, acne, rosacea, eczema, hair and nail disorders, cosmetic and acute medical dermatology. Dr Jenny is committed to holistic and individualised care of her patients. Patient education and achieving your best skin health and confidence, are integral to Jenny’s patient care.
Dr Diana Rubel
MBBS FACD Dip Paeds MMed
Dr Diana Rubel is a Consultant Dermatologist at the private practice, Woden Dermatology, Canberra, a visiting Medical Officer at the Canberra Hospital and a Senior Lecturer at the Australian National University. She completed her undergraduate medical degree and postgraduate Diploma in Paediatrics at the University of NSW, a Master of Medicine (specialising in cutaneous immunology) at Sydney University and received her Australasian College of Dermatologists’ fellowship in 1998. She has over 15 years of experience at the Skin and Cancer Foundation (Sydney) and has been a Staff Specialist at the Sydney Children’s Hospital for 10 years.
She runs a multidisciplinary clinical practice in Canberra and conducts clinical research in association with Probity Medical Research and the Australian National University. Her subspecialty interests include acne, psoriasis and atopic dermatitis, skin cancer management, clinical trials, and cosmetic dermatology.