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Friday, March 29

Abstract session (NON-CME)

Non-CME Basic Science and Translational Research


Participants Clinicians, engineers, scientists, researchers, developers.

Background Requirements Basic knowledge of light-tissue interactions.

Educational Needs/Expected Learning Objectives These sessions will promote understanding of fundamental light-tissue interactions, laboratory evaluation of new technologies and methodologies, and applications of these technologies and methodologies in in-vitro and in-vivo studies. Ideas presented in this session are expected to impact clinical research studies and medical device development. Participants will learn about:

  • Fundamental light-tissue interactions and measurements of tissue properties.
  • Biological response of cells and tissues to energy-based technology (photobiomodulation, radiofrequency, laser/light therapy and cryolipolysis).
  • New diagnostic and treatment approaches.
  • Pre-clinical evaluation of novel therapeutic approaches using light and energy-based devices.
  • Micro-, meso-, and macroscopic approaches to assess the biological tissue response to light and energy-based devices.
  • First-in-man application of light and energy-based technologies.
  • Methods and technologies used for monitoring therapeutic interventions.

Sub-Topics 

  • Diagnostics - Imaging - Skin
  • Therapeutic - Skin Fat
Section Chairs
Walfre Franco, PhD Franco-Walfre-Thumb Fernanda H. Sakamoto, MD, PhD  Sakamoto-Fernanda-H-Thumb
  • An Important Notice Regarding Non-CME Content

    Dear Attendees,

    The ASLMS has designated certain educational activities as Non-CME. This is due to identified faculty/author financial relationships with ACCME defined commercial interests. Unfortunately, these disclosed conflict of interest (COI) disclosures cannot be "resolved " per ACCME regulations.

    While these educational offerings remain part of the ASLMS 2019 Annual Conference program, they have been designated as separate “Non-CME” sessions and content.

    Please understand that a “Non-CME” designation does not invalidate the quality education provided to learners. ASLMS applies the same vetting and quality review processes for the content presented in its programming. ASLMS simply needs to comply with ACCME regulations as an accredited CME provider. The “Non-CME” designation allows us to provide quality content to our learners and continue to function as an ACCME-Accredited provider.

    Thank you for your understanding and for your support of our educational mission. 

    Raymond J. Lanzafame, MD, MBA, FACS

    ASLMS Director of CME

 

Time TITLE - PRESENTING AUTHOR
Diagnostics - Imaging - Skin
4:01 PM - 4:08 PM IN VIVO OPTICAL IMAGING OF SCALP EPIDERMIS AND HAIR FOLLICLES AS DIAGNOSTIC AND PROGNOSTIC INDICES OF ALOPECIA: A PILOT STUDY Chloe N. Ekelem ♦ | University of California - Irvine, Irvine, CA
4:09 PM - 4:11 PM Q&A
4:12 PM - 4:19 PM IN VIVO MULTIPHOTON MICROSCOPY OF SCABIES Zhe Hou ♦ | University of California - Irvine, Irvine, CA
4:20 PM - 4:22 PM Q&A
Therapeutic - Skin - Fat
4:23 PM - 4:30 PM OXYTOCIN LEVELS IN ISOLATED, FULL-THICKNESS HUMAN SKIN EXPLANTS AFTER MECHANICAL STIMULATION Sahar Jahani | Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA
4:31 PM - 4:33 PM  Q&A
4:34 PM - 4:45 PM Conclusion - Fernanda H. Sakamoto, Franco Walfre

♦ Early Career Presenter | ✈ ASLMS Educational Grant Recipient
For full abstract author information, please refer to our mobile app.
Schedule and rooms subject to change without notice.

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