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Why partner with the SID?

The SID is committed to providing educational opportunities to physicians, residents and skin researchers.  We value our relationships with industry partners:  we rely on you to exhibit, showcase and represent the latest advances in products and services at the Annual Meeting to educate attendees.  We appreciate your generous support, which allows us to continue expanding our educational offerings.

The SID Annual Meeting has grown substantially in attendance and stature since 2003.  In the past several years the SID has undertaken a number of strategic initiatives that have propelled the organization toward what it is today - a leading purveyor of educational programming that advances and promotes the sciences relevant to skin health and disease.

If you are interested in supporting the Annual Meeting, please contact Rebecca Minnillo at 216-579-9300 x305/

Commercial Opportunities

We offer a variety of ways for industry to partner with the SID to ensure your maximum visibility and support of the Annual Meeting.  We welcome commercial support from a variety of sectors and will work diligently to acknowledge your generous support.  Please call the SID Office at 216-579-9300 to reserve your commercial support opportunity today!

For inquiries or to propose an idea for commercial support, please contact Rebecca Minnillo at 216-579-9300 x305 /

Society for Investigative Dermatology
526 Superior Avenue East, Suite 340
Cleveland, Ohio 4411

Tel: 216.579.9300
Fax: 216.579.9333

The SID mission is to advance the sciences relevant to skin disease through education,

advocacy and scholarly exchange of scientific information.