2023 Annual Meeting: Registration and session fees
The 2023 AAD Annual Meeting is almost here!
The AAD Annual Meeting is your one-stop event for education and networking! Jazz up your education with over 300 sessions, connect with over 8,000 medical personnel, and meet with over 350 exhibiting companies.Register now
Several companies unaffiliated with the AAD or Maritz Global Events (MGE), have been posing as the official registration and housing provider for the 2023 Annual Meeting. These companies may contact you directly to offer registration and/or housing for the Annual Meeting through websites designed to deceive visitors by posing as an AAD website.
Do not give your credit card information or make any reservations with any website other than our legitimate registration and housing partner, Maritz Global Events. In partnership with MGE, group room packages will be managed by FHT Global.
Seats for (F) forums, (U) focus sessions, (S) symposia, and Plenary are non-ticketed and are available on a first come, first serve basis for eligible registration categories. (C) Courses and (W) Workshops require a ticket and fee for admittance.
View a grid detailing session fees and eligibility.
The chart below details the registration fees for the 2023 AAD Annual Meeting. Early bird fees will apply until February 8, 2023 at 12 p.m. noon (CT). Standard fees will begin February 8, 2023 at 12:01 p.m. (CT) and will continue until the end of the meeting.
Please verify that your registration category is correct before completion of your registration. If a category adjustment is required, a $100 category adjustment fee will be applied.
|EARLY BIRD FEE ||STANDARD FEE|
Beginning 2/8/2023 at
12:01 p.m. (CT)
|Resident, medical fellow, and graduate member||$270||$350|
|Non-member physician |
Treating patients in an office-like setting
Day pass for $1,410. Available to only this category, onsite. Can only be purchased on day of use. One per meeting.
|Non-member, non-physician |
Non-member corporate individuals, pharmacists, distributors, industry representatives, marketers, business developers, and scientists/researchers, CEO, COO, or Director level titles working in the field of dermatology. This also includes aestheticians/estheticians and cosmetologists and all employees affiliated with aesthetician/esthetician or cosmetologist procedures.
|Physician assistant and nurse practitioner|
Working in an AAD member dermatologist's office; employing physician does not need to be registered.
Must be employed by practicing dermatologist; employing physician does not need to be registered.
|Dermatology practice staff|
(See here for category description). Must be employed by practicing dermatologist; employing physician does not need to be registered.
Defined as a spouse, significant other, or personal friend who is not an active industry professional. 1 per physician registrant
* Those with a Guest badge will have access to the Plenary and the Exhibit hall on Sunday, March 19 only. Those with an Exhibitor badge will only have access to the Plenary and the Exhibit hall. Meeting registration in an appropriate, alternative category is required to attend any educational sessions.