Dr. Marta Rendon was unanimously elected as the President of the Skin of Color Society by her medical colleagues at the annual 2013 American Academy of Dermatology meeting.
The Skin of Color Society is a professional dermatologic organization dedicated to promoting awareness of and excellence within a specific area of dermatology. Skin of Color is defined by the Society as individuals who are of Asian, Hispanic/Latino, African, Native American and Pacific Island descent. The Skin of Color Society is committed to the education of health care providers and the general public on dermatologic health issues related to skin of color.
For over 25 years Dr. Rendon has been dedicated to treating various skin conditions such as hyperpigmentation, melasma and other unique challenges posed by treating skin of color patients. As a Board and Founding Member of the Skin of Color Society since its inception in 2001, Dr. Rendon, a Board Certified dermatologist of Latin American heritage was a natural choice to lead the organization and further its mission.
Additionally, while attending the AAD annual meeting, Dr. Rendon co-chaired the Women's Dermatologic Society Annual luncheon for a second time. Over 400 people participated in celebrating women in dermatology with a theme of "40 Fabulous Women" in honor of the Women's Dermatology Society's 40th Anniversary. She also trained other Physicians on Dermatological procedures at the AAD "Cosmetic Procedures in Darker Racial Ethnic Groups."
Dr. Rendon has over 25 years of experience in dermatology, aesthetic medicine and research. She is internationally recognized as a renowned authority on cosmetic dermatology, especially in the area of skin pigmentation. Read More
Dr. Marta I. Rendon and Dr. Pearl Grimes attended the Womens Dermatology Society Luncheon
on March 3rd, 2013. Dr. Marta Rendon was the co-chair of Annual meeting luncheon.