International League of Dermatological Societies
The International League of Dermatological Societies (ILDS) is a non-governmental organization in official relations with the World Health Organization. It was formed to:
- Stimulate the cooperation of societies of dermatology and societies interested in all fields of cutaneous medicine and biology throughout the world;
- Encourage the worldwide advancement of dermatological education, care and sciences;
- Promote personal and professional relations among the dermatologists of the world;
- Represent dermatology in commissions and international health organizations; and
- Organize a World Congress of Dermatology every four years.
- President Wolfram Sterry
- Secretary-General Yoshiki Miyachi
- Treasurer Mary E. Maloney
ILDS Board of Directors
ILDS Chief Administrative Officer
- Eve Arnold
View the List of ILDS Member Societies Here.
Canadian Dermatology Association
The Canadian Dermatology Association (CDA), founded in 1925, represents Canadian dermatologists. The association exists to advance the science and art of medicine and surgery related to the care of the skin, hair and nails; provide continuing professional development for its members; support and advance patient care; provide public education on sun protection and other aspects of skin health; and promote a lifetime of healthier skin, hair and nails.
CDA Board of Directors
The Canadian Dermatology Association is governed by a board of dermatologists elected by the CDA membership and two dermatology resident representatives appointed by the CDA Residents and Fellows Society.
- President David Zloty
- Past President Richard Langley
- President-Elect Vince Bertucci
- Vice President Mariusz Sapijaszko
- Secretary Evert Tuyp
- Treasurer Victoria Taraska
- CEO Chantal Courchesne