2021 USCLC Annual Virtual Workshop
Register now for USCLC's annual workshop on the biology and treatment of cutaneous B-Cell lymphoma. This virtual program will be presented from 10 am to 6 pm Eastern Daylight Time (US), Saturday, June 26, 2021; registrants will be able to view Workshop proceedings at any time thereafter. This year's program will include case-based presentations on CTCL and CBCL. Learn more here.

Abstract submissions, including clinical and scientific findings and studies across the cutaneous B- and T-cell lymphomas (CBCL and CTCL), for this meeting are now open to registered attendees. Deadline June 1, 2021. Please submit abstracts at this link.

Sponsorship inquiries: Download sponsor information at this link, or contact Christine Lenihan at christine.lenihan@tnmed.org.

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USCLC Guidelines for Management of Cutaneous Lymphoma During the COVID-19 Pandemic
Click the link for the preproof online publication of the USCLC guidelines in the Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology

https://www.jaad.org/article/S0190-9622(20)30662-9/fulltext?dgcid=raven_jbs_aip_email NCCN short-term guidelines for managing cutaneous lymphoma during the COVID-19 pandemic
 Meetings of Interest
ISCL Scientific Meeting & Annual General Meeting
"Progress Continues - Molecular Insights into Cutaneous Lymphomas"
10:00 am - 2:00 pm Eastern Time USA, May 1, 2021

Virtual meeting via Zoom. Upload program at this link.
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 Research News
One of the USCLC's missions is to advance knowledge through research. Follow these links to find out about our publications, research projects, partnerships with industry and other organizations, and novel clinical trials.



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Your generous donation will enable the life-changing work of our organization to continue.

 Mentor Program
The USCLC Young Physician Mentorship Program is designed to allow interested physicians to explore the field of cutaneous lymphoma with an experienced mentor while also gaining practical knowledge about the workflow of cutaneous lymphoma multidisciplinary clinics.

Our goal is to support up to support mentees during a 2-4 week cutaneous lymphoma mentorship experience.*

Mentorship Application Information and Requirements

*Funding has been depleted for 2016. We will update this site when grants have been secured to fund this program.