|Keynote address: “Presentations with Punch: Putting the Power in your PowerPoint” by William K. Witmer, Slue-Witmer Skin Imaging Centers, Philadelphia, PA, and former director of clinical photography for dermatology at the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia.
|Also: “Digital Dilemma: Point & Shoot vs. SLR—getting the most from your camera” by William E. Slue, Jr., president, Dermatological Photographic Society and chief of photography and member of the dermatology faculty at New York University Skin and Cancer Unit in New York City.|
Monday, February 9, 2004Registrations must be received by January 30. Seating is limited to space available, thus early registration is encouraged. After January 30, please call phone number below for space availability. Cost is $34 per person.
Sign-in starts 6:45 a.m.
Breakfast & Program: 7:15-8:30 a.m.
Grand Hyatt Washington
Room: Constitution DE
A continental breakfast buffet is included.
William E. Slue, Jr.
Dermatological Photographic Society
304 Luhmann Drive
New Milford, NJ 07646
or phone 201-986-1665
|ORGANIZATION'S ORIGINS AND FIRST MEETING
RECALLED: TWENTY-TWO YEARS OF DPS PROGRAMS
|Attendees at the first meeting of the Dermatological Photographic Society in this 1982 photo taken by Thalia Swinyer, were, from left, front row, Jerry Wachs, Jim Bard, Vincent Peng, Ken Gross, Len Swinyer, Tom Alt, Paul Lucky, Jack Seben; back row, Tom Russell, Nyles Esksritt, Ed Carmick, Tin Eng, Glenn Sondag, Leonard Snider, Stanford Lamberg, Paul Vandersteen, Jim Rasmussen and William Keenan. Charter members John Weiss, Jeff Callan, and Jere Guin had conflicts and were unable to attend.|