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Presidential citations AADA


Mariam Amin, MD

Mariam Amin, MD

In recognition of your efforts to brainstorm, plan, and execute the first ever American Academy of Dermatology Association’s virtual Legislative Conference, which broke the in-person conference’s attendance record by over 100 people from 46 states. You acted as a “state leader”, providing mentorship and guidance for dermatologists and patient advocates from your home state as they learned about the policy issues most affecting the specialty and met with their members of Congress.

Bruce A. Brod, MD, MHCI, FAAD

Bruce A. Brod, MD, MHCI, FAAD

In recognition of your efforts as Chair of the Council on Government Affairs and Health Policy, advocating for dermatologists during the most difficult year ever for our specialty.

Brett M. Coldiron, MD, FAAD

Brett M. Coldiron, MD, FAAD

In recognition of your SkinPAC leadership that led to record breaking fundraising efforts during the public health emergency.

Amy J. Derick, MD, FAAD

Amy J. Derick, MD, FAAD

In recognition for your exceptional dedication and service to the SkinPAC Board. You have been an inspiration to all the members and have introduced us to new fundraising techniques. SkinPAC’s great success despite the public health emergency is largely a result of your efforts.

Alexandra Flamm MD, FAAD

Alexandra Flamm, MD, FAAD

In recognition of your significant contributions to the profession as a dedicated educator in Coding and Reimbursement and as a valuable member of the Coding and Reimbursement Committee, and as part of the Evaluation and Management Workgroup.

Michael S. Graves, MD, FAAD

Michael S. Graves, MD, FAAD

In recognition of your efforts to brainstorm, plan, and execute the first ever American Academy of Dermatology Association’s virtual Legislative Conference, which broke the in-person conference’s attendance record by more over100 people coming from 46 states. You acted as a “state leader”, providing mentorship and guidance for dermatologists and patient advocates from your home state as they learned about the policy issues most affecting the specialty and met with their members of Congress.

Alexander S. Gross, MD, FAAD

Alexander S. Gross, MD, FAAD

In recognition of your efforts to brainstorm, plan, and execute the first ever American Academy of Dermatology Association’s virtual Legislative Conference, which broke the in-person conference’s attendance record by more over100 people coming from 46 states. You acted as a “state leader”, providing mentorship and guidance for dermatologists and patient advocates from your home state as they learned about the policy issues most affecting the specialty and met with their members of Congress.

Ann F. Haas, MD, FAAD

Ann F. Haas, MD, FAAD

In recognition of your significant contributions to the profession as a dedicated and valuable advocate for the creation of clear and concise dermatology related codes. You have served as a member of the dermatology CPT Panel Advisory team to the American Medical Association for the past seven years. You provided leadership during the American Academy of Dermatology Association’s first virtual Legislative Conference, where you organized and led 26 dermatologists and patient advocates from California as they learned about the policy issues most affecting the specialty and met with their members of Congress. Your leadership was crucial for the California team, the largest state group during the conference.

Ravi Krishnan, MD, FAAD

Ravi Krishnan, MD, FAAD

In recognition of your significant contributions to the profession as a dedicated educator in Coding and Reimbursement and as a valuable member of the Coding and Reimbursement Committee, and as part of the Evaluation and Management Workgroup.

Mollie A. MacCormack, MD, FAAD

Mollie A. MacCormack, MD, FAAD

In recognition of your efforts in leading the Relative Value Scale Update Committee on valuing the CPT code 99072 to compensate physicians for the additional supplies needed to treat patients during the public health emergency.

Renee J. Mathur, MD, FAAD

Renee J. Mathur, MD, FAAD

In recognition of your efforts to brainstorm, plan, and execute the first ever American Academy of Dermatology Association’s virtual Legislative Conference, which broke the in-person conference’s attendance record by more over 100 people coming from 46 states. You acted as a “state leader”, providing mentorship and guidance for dermatologists and patient advocates from your home state as they learned about the policy issues most affecting the specialty and met with their members of Congress.

Michel A. McDonald, MD, FAAD

Michel A. McDonald, MD, FAAD

In recognition of your efforts to brainstorm, plan, and execute the first ever American Academy of Dermatology Association’s virtual Legislative Conference, which broke the in-person conference’s attendance record by more over 100 people coming from 46 states. You acted as a “state leader”, providing mentorship and guidance for dermatologists and patient advocates from your home state as they learned about the policy issues most affecting the specialty and met with their members of Congress.

Alexander Miller MD, FAAD

Alexander Miller, MD, FAAD

In recognition of your significant contributions to the profession as a continuous advocate and champion of coding education and as an outstanding contributor to the DermWorld Cracking the Code column for the past eight years.

Sara Moghaddam, MD, FAAD

Sara Moghaddam, MD, FAAD

In recognition of your work to educate and recruit young physicians and first-time participants for the American Academy of Dermatology Association’s (AADA) first virtual Legislative Conference. You worked with the AADA social media team to promote the conference, answer frequently asked questions, and share your own experience at the conference as a young physician, helping the Association break the previous attendance record for the conference by over 100 people.

Molly Moye, MD, FAAD

Molly Moye, MD, FAAD

In recognition of your significant contributions to the profession as a dedicated educator in Coding and Reimbursement and as a valuable member of the Coding and Reimbursement Committee, and as part of the Evaluation and Management Workgroup.

Farhaad R. Riyaz, MD, FAAD

Farhaad R. Riyaz, MD, FAAD

In recognition of your efforts to brainstorm, plan, and execute the first ever American Academy of Dermatology Association’s virtual Legislative Conference, which broke the in-person conference’s attendance record by more over100 people coming from 46 states. You acted as a “state leader”, providing mentorship and guidance for dermatologists and patient advocates from your home state as they learned about the policy issues most affecting the specialty and met with their members of Congress.

Howard W. Rogers, MD, PhD, FAAD

Howard W. Rogers, MD, FAAD

In recognition of your taking the lead in a Public Relations event for the Connecticut Congressional delegation in support of the Safe Steps Act.

Tova Rogers, MD, MFA

Tova Rogers, MD, MFA

In recognition of your efforts to brainstorm, plan, and execute the first ever American Academy of Dermatology Association’s virtual Legislative Conference, which broke the in-person conference’s attendance record by more over 100 people coming from 46 states. You acted as a “state leader”, providing mentorship and guidance for dermatologists and patient advocates from your home state as they learned about the policy issues most affecting the specialty and met with their members of Congress.


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