New England Dermatological Society

New England Dermatological Society (NEDS) is a not-for-profit educational organization whose members are physicians and scientists with a special interest in skin disease. We currently have over 500 members from the six New England states.

NEDS provides financial support to academic dermatology training programs to host clinical and didactic meetings. With our academic affiliates, we hold three clinical meetings annually: one at a site of the Harvard University training program, one at the Boston University training program, and the third at another New England academic dermatology department. In addition, there is an annual didactic meeting hosted by another New England academic dermatology program. These meetings attract over 800 attendees each year. Lecturers at each event deliver state-of-the art presentations in their fields of expertise.

Our Mission is to provide opportunities for the exchange of information and for the advancement of knowledge of Dermatology among the dermatologists of New England and its environs.

How To Get Involved

If you are a physician or scientist interested in learning more about dermatology and benefiting from the programs of NEDS,  please download the membership application. 2017 NEDS Membership Application.docx

If you are an NEDS member and are interested in serving on the Executive Council or on a committee, please contact our Secretary, Papri Sarkar, MD at NEDS@mms.org.

If you represent a dermatology training program and would like to be considered as a site for a future meeting, please contact NEDS Administrator at NEDS@mms.org.

If you are a corporation interested in supporting our educational mission, please contact our NEDS Administrator at NEDS@mms.org.

To see a copy of the NEDS By-Laws, click here.

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PO Box 549127. Waltham, MA 02454-9127
P: 781-434-7731. F: 781-464-4896. E-mail: NEDS@mms.org