Moss Lectureship

2016 Moss Lecturer: Lisa Arkin, MD

Portrait of Dr. Lisa Arkin

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Read a post-event summary of Dr. Arkin's lecture here.

Lisa Arkin, MD is an Assistant Professor of Dermatology and Pediatrics and Director of Pediatric Dermatology at the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health. She attended medical school at the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine.

Her clinical and research interests include pediatric-onset cutaneous lupus and morphea, with the goal of finding better ways to improve treatment and quality of life for children with these and other rheumatic conditions. She serves as the Childhood Arthritis and Research Alliance (CARRA) co-leader for the Cutaneous Lupus Working Group, and the Early Investigator's Liaison to the Executive Committee for the Pediatric Dermatology Research Alliance (PEDRA). Her work to date has encompassed research on outcomes in pediatric-onset discoid lupus (DLE), the investigation of practice-based differences between pediatric dermatologists and rheumatologists caring for children with DLE, and the identification of pediatric morphea patterns and their associated co-morbidities. 

Friday, September 16, 2016
Symphony Room, Gordon Dining and Event Center
University of Wisconsin
770 W. Dayton St., Madison, WI

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About the Hubert and Mary Moss Lectureship

Hubert and Mary Moss Lectureship The University of Wisconsin-Madison Department of Dermatology hosts the Moss Lectureships through the generous endowment of Dr. and Mrs. Hubert Moss. Dr. Moss conducted independent educational programs in Madison for over 15 years, bringing in noted clinician educators and researchers to address the local dermatology community. Dr. Moss joined the University of Wisconsin faculty in the later years of his practice and upon retirement set up a trust through the Meriter Foundation to continue this educational event. The program was named the Hubert and Mary Moss Lectureship in 2000 in recognition of their charitable gift and their vision of continued learning and scholarship. Dr. George Reizner is the director of the program.