Now available FREE: USCLC Workshop 2022 Webcasts

Please select this link to register to access webcasts of the USCLC Annual Workshop 2022 -- New and Emerging Treatments for Cutaneous T-cell Lymphoma: From Bench to Bedside. Registration is free.

How to Register and Access the Webcasts
Once you've selected the link above, go to the bottom of the linked page and click the green "Add to Cart" button. Enter your registration information on the following linked page and click the green "Register" button at the bottom. You will then access a page with links to the morning and afternoon Workshop session webcasts.

Webcast Sponsorship
The virtual content and saved lectures from the USCLC annual workshop meeting in 2022 were gratefully sponsored by an educational grant provided by Mallinckrodt Pharmaceuticals. The provided lectures presented at the annual meeting in the current format do not intend to provide CME accreditation upon registration for the virtual event.

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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 NCCN short-term guidelines for managing cutaneous lymphoma during the COVID-19 pandemic
 Meetings of Interest
Tumor Board: CTCL or not? Discussion of 4 cases on April 28, 2022.
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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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 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.