Dr. George Christodoulou

Dermatologist, Dorval, QC

Dermatologist, Dermatologie de l’Ouest, Dorval, QC
Dermatologist, Dermafina Medispa, Dorval, QC
Faculty Lecturer, Faculty of Medicine, McGill University, Montreal, QC

Dr. George Christodoulou is a board-certified dermatologist by the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada and the American Board of Dermatology. He obtained his MD and completed his 5-year dermatology residency at McGill University and then he went on to complete a Mini-MBA in Physician Business Leadership from the Schulich School of Business at York University. Dr. Christodoulou is fluent in English, French, and Greek. He practices general medical and surgical dermatology with an additional interest in cosmetic dermatology and clinical research. He primarily focuses on skin cancer screening and treatment, as well as inflammatory disorders, with a significant phototherapy practice.

10:30 AM - 11:20 AM

SAT Apr 20

DermaTOOLogy: Building PsOlutions

Summary description of the session:
Psoriasis has a median disease duration of ~50 years and effective management is important to limit the burden of disease. Join us for an open session on tools and strategies for the short-term and long-term management of psoriasis, with a focus on topical treatments. Our expert speakers will review current treatments in the dermatologist’s toolbox and discuss various PsOlutions employed to manage real-world Canadian adolescent and adult cases. This open session will also explore future topical therapies, or those that are under construction, for the treatment of psoriasis. The audience will gain a better understanding of topical therapeutic tools for psoriasis and their practicality for managing different types of patient cases involving this chronic inflammatory disease.

Objectives of the session:

  1. Discuss current treatment strategies for the short-term and long-term topical management of plaque psoriasis
  2. Evaluate the practicality of topical therapeutic options in psoriasis management through real-world Canadian case studies
  3. Explore future clinical options in topical therapy