The Proactive Approach to Treating Acne & Rosacea

  • February 17, 2021
  • 7:00pm EST to 9:00 pm EST

The Proactive Approach to Treating Acne & Rosacea

Agenda & Objectives

Don’t Let Your Patients Suffer
The Proactive Approach to Treating Acne & Rosacea

7:00PM – 9:00PM EST


Treating Acne & Recognizing Rosacea in Skin of Color
The Simple Approach
Heather Woolery-Lloyd, MD

  • Learn a step-by-step approach to treating acne in skin of color and treating hyperpigmentation.
  • Learn to recognize rosacea in skin of color and the approach to erythema.


Managing Acne with MinoLira
Hilary Baldwin, MD
sponsored by EPI Health

  • Discuss the role of MUPS technology, dosing flexibility, and a tailored approach to acne treatment.


Evaluation and Management of Persistent Facial Erythema in Adults With Rosacea
Julie Harper, MD
sponsored by EPI Health

  • The role of vascular dysregulation in persistent facial erythema
  • Discussion on long term treatment data (52-week) results

Neal Bhatia, MD

Speaker: Hilary Baldwin, MD
Brooklyn, NY

Dr. Hilary Baldwin is a board-certified dermatologist and medical director of the Acne Treatment & Research Center in Brooklyn, NY.   She is a clinical associate professor of dermatologist at Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical Center.  Dr. Baldwin has interests in acne, rosacea, keloidal scarring, cosmeceuticals and the skin microbiome.  She is a frequent national and international lecturer and visiting professor, and her work has been published extensively in dermatology journals. Dr. Baldwin served as a founding board member and second president of the American Acne and Rosacea Society.

Risha Bellomo, MPAS, PA-C

Speaker: Julie Harper, MD
Birmingham, AL

Dr. Julie Harper is a board-certified dermatologist in private practice at the Dermatology and Skin Care Center of Birmingham in Birmingham, Alabama.  Dr. Harper graduated from Southeast Missouri State University in 1991 with a BS in Interdisciplinary Studies.  She received her medical training at the University of Missouri-Columbia, where she was inducted into Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Society.  She remained at the University of Missouri-Columbia for her internship and dermatology residency, which she completed in 2000.

Dr. Harper transitioned from residency training into an academic dermatology career at the University of Alabama-Birmingham (UAB).  While at UAB, she was promoted to Associate Professor and served as Residency Program Director and on the Dean’s Council of Graduate Medical Education.  During that time she developed a special interest in acne and rosacea, participating in acne clinical trials and writing and speaking on the subject locally and nationally.  Dr. Harper is a Founding Director of the American Acne and Rosacea Society, which was organized in 2005, and is the organization’s immediate past-President.

In 2007, Dr. Harper began her own private dermatology practice.  She practices general medical, surgical and cosmetic dermatology and enjoys the variety of patients and patient needs that she attends to on a daily basis.  Dr. Harper has conducted an annual community skin cancer screening for 13 years and participated in a medical mission to Urubamba, Peru in 2012.  She has appeared in a CeraVe national advertising campaign and also on the Red Carpet at the 2011 Grammy Awards.  She is a Fellow of the American Academy of Dermatology and recently served on the AAD’s Acne Work Group, tasked with writing acne treatment guidelines.  Dr. Harper is also a member of the Women’s Dermatologic Society and a former President of the Alabama Dermatological Society.

Dr. Harper is married to Vinnie Pappalardo and has two children, Luke and Claire.  She enjoys family time at the lake, entertaining family and friends and teaching Sunday School.

Leon Kircik, MD

Speaker: Heather Woolery-Lloyd
Miami, FL

Dr. Woolery-Lloyd

is a board-certified dermatologist and an internationally recognized expert in skin of color. She completed her undergraduate studies at Georgetown University and later earned her medical degree at the University of Miami School of Medicine. She completed her training in dermatology at the University of Miami where she also served as chief resident.

Dr. Woolery-Lloyd serves as the Director of Skin of Color Division at the University of Miami and specializes in the treatment of both cosmetic and general dermatology concerns common in skin of color.  She also sees patients in private practice.

Dr. Woolery-Lloyd participates extensively in clinical research and has over 40 publications in the literature.  Dr. Woolery-Lloyd is an active member of Skin of Color Society, an international non-profit organization dedicated to furthering research and awareness of skin diseases in skin of color.

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