AACD – Association of Academic Dermatology – TheAACD.org

Corporate Partnership

Partner with the AACD to engage with dermatologists across all career stages – residents, early-career and mid-career faculty, and highly experienced senior faculty.

The AACD, a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit, is the leading professional society for academic cosmetic dermatology faculty.  Our members are responsible for training dermatology residents in cosmetic and laser dermatology at residency programs across the US.  Currently, we have over 130 members who teach approximately 1,000 dermatology residents across 88 unique residency programs (60% of all US dermatology residency programs).  The AACD aims to support these faculty in providing educational opportunities to residents, in providing excellent patient care at academic institutions, and in their own professional development.  

The mission of the AACD Industry Relations Committee is to facilitate relationships between industry leaders, AACD members, and the residents they train.  Partnering with the AACD is an opportunity to engage with dermatologists at all stages of their career development – from residents in training, to early-career and mid-career faculty, and to highly experienced senior faculty.

Benefits of being a Corporate Partner of the AACD include:
  • Attendance at the AACD Annual Meeting, which includes networking with both cosmetic dermatology faculty and dermatology residents
  • Prominent on-site recognition at the AACD Annual Meeting
  • Recognition on the AACD website
  • Recognition during AACD educational webinars for faculty and residents
  • Meeting with AACD leadership
  • Live demos with AACD faculty and residents

Corporate Partnership Guide

Click here to download as a PDF. 

Benefits will be awarded to partner companies based on the total cumulative amount of support provided within a one year period.

 Diamond ($50,000 and over) Gold ($25,000- $49,999) Silver ($5,000- $24,999) Bronze ($1,000- $4,999)
Recognition as a sponsor of a hands-on training session for dermatology residents 
On-site participation in a hands-on training session for dermatology residents 
In-person lecture or demonstration to faculty and residents 
Corporate name and logo listed prominently as a primary sponsor on the AACD website 
Recognition as a sponsor of a 30-minute educational webinar for dermatology trainees 2 webinars 1 webinar
Recognition as a sponsor of a 30-minute AACD educational webinar for faculty  3 webinars 2 webinars 1 webinar
AACD faculty mailing list provided for one-time use 3 uses 2 uses 1 use
On-site recognition as a supporter of the AACD Annual Meeting 
Recognition as a sponsor of all AACD journal clubs for one year
Sponsor dermatology resident attendance to AACD Annual Meeting
Recognition on the list of supporters on the AACD website
Invitations to AACD Annual Meeting 2 invites 2 invites 2 invites 1 invite