Fall into Dermatology Mixer

November 2, 2023
6:30 PM - 9:30 PM

Bosscat Kitchen and Libations
4310 Westheimer Road
Houston, TX 77027 (Map)

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Fall into Dermatology

We are excited to sponsor our first annual Fall Masterpiece Mixer on Thursday, November 2, from 6:30 PM-9:00 PM at Bosscat Kitchen & Libations on Westheimer! This event will be hosted by Dr. Alanna Bree, our Director of Pediatric Dermatology Collaboration, and Founder of Made A Masterpiece, a non-profit organization dedicated to empowering children, teens, and their families impacted by skin conditions. The evening will be filled with good food and drinks, networking, and short presentations from your peers, as well as Dr. Bree herself! Dermatology residents and medical students from Dermatology Interest Groups are welcome to attend.

Interested in presenting at this event?

We are offering two students from each medical school the opportunity to present a case or a summary of any research they may be involved in. Each presentation should be 5 minutes or less. Interested students should submit a short summary of their presentation to Dr. Bree at abree@sagisdx.com by Thursday, October 26th, and decisions on the accepted submissions for presentation will be shared by Monday, October 30th.

Come FALL into Dermatology with us!

More about Made a Masterpiece

At Made A Masterpiece, we are dedicated to empowering children and families living with skin conditions to tackle the resultant social, emotional, and spiritual challenges. Since those with visible skin differences literally wear their disease, they often put on an invisible armor in public to shield themselves from the stares and rude comments of others. Our hope is that with our support they can learn to shed this armor and truly love the skin they are in. By increasing awareness and understanding of these conditions as an authoritative voice in our communities, we believe we can promote a more inclusive and accepting society where differences are celebrated, and diversity is embraced.