American Academy of Dermatology Summer Academy Meeting
New York Hilton Midtown Hotel *NEW YORK, USA Visit the Venue to read more
Group registrations not allowed
Accompanying persons not allowed
We don’t accept Online Abstracts
Further hotel information will be available in mid-April. Please check back at this time.
Poster abstracts; the abstract submission deadline is Feb. 6, 2015, 12 p.m. (CT). For more information, view the abstract submission rules & regulations
For the Summer Academy Meetings, we do not have any Late-breaking Abstract Research, Gross and Microscopic Dermatology, and Residents and Fellows sessions.
PREVIOUS EXHIBITING COMPANIES
Applicants who have exhibited at a previous Academy Meetings can submit their application online at
http://show.aad.org/academy15/EC/forms/exhibitor/login.aspx by logging in with their company name
and exhibitor id and clicking on Exhibition Contract
FIRST TIME EXHIBITORS
Every exhibitor applicant who did not exhibit at the 2014 Annual Meeting or Summer Academy Meeting 2014 must
complete the review process conducted by the Assistant Secretary-Treasurer prior to assignment of exhibit space. An
applicant who did exhibit in 2014 must complete the review process only if there has been a material change in
circumstances relating to its company (e.g., a change in ownership, control, or legal status) or in the nature, name,
composition, products, labeling, or regulatory status of the products and services to be exhibited.
The materials required for review are the following:
• Company profile. The information should include a copy of the company’s filed Articles of Incorporation or
W9, company history, mission statement, management team bios, and advisory/board of directors listing if
• The products and/or services the company plans to exhibit (i.e. product brochures or literature).
• Documentation of FDA filing status (if applicable) or acknowledgement of compliance with FDA policies. •
Exhibitors must disclose details on any consumer or government litigation, orders, injunctions, judgments or
settlements over the last three years regarding the business practices of the company or the products and
services to be exhibited.
Companies with multiple complaints filed against them with state or federal consumer affairs regulatory agencies, the
Better Business Bureau, or Academy members may be required to provide an explanation of the resolution of those
Exhibitors shall not exhibit any products or services other than those included in their Space Application/ Contract or
approved in writing by the Academy.
Successfully completing the Exhibit Review Process does not guarantee that you will be assigned booth space. The
Academy meetings consistently sell out of exhibit space and maintain waiting lists. Academy exhibit space is
assigned in priority point order to all exhibitors that have a history of exhibiting at the Academy meetings.
Even where an exhibitor meets the basic criteria described above, the Academy still reserves the right to deny any
request to exhibit based on space limitations, safety concerns, failure to comply with these procedures or
requirements, past inappropriate conduct by the applicant (including but not limited to failure to comply with Academy
exhibitor rules and regulations), or a reasonable determination of ineligibility by Academy Assistant SecretaryTreasurer.