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IMCAS MISSION STATEMENT

IMCAS congresses are medical research conferences focused on providing plastic surgeons and dermatologists with the latest academic and industry updates for their professional progress in the aesthetic field.

The primary objective is to build a bridge between aesthetic plastic surgery and dermatology, reinforcing knowledge in each field as well as the areas of study in the junction of the two fields.

Each and every edition is dedicated to the interdisciplinary research of plastic surgery and dermatology, with a scientific program built to bring the highest quality of education to our attendees.

JOINT & FAIR
PRESENTATION

of plastic surgery, dermatology and aesthetic practice

LEADING
EDUCATION

with quality learning material for aging science

PROFESSIONAL
ETHICS

mandatory for all speakers to minimize bias or commercial influences

UNPARALLELED
PARTNERSHIPS

with academic societies who add depth to their specialty subjects

A BRIEF HISTORY OF IMCAS

What started in 1994 as a small discussion between 50 European physicians has evolved over the last two decades into a reference international medical conference dedicated to dermatology and plastic surgery with more than 15,000 attendees per year.

HOW WE OPERATE

A medical congress is nothing without its contributors. At IMCAS we recognize the value that our speakers, exhibitors and participants bring to each of our congresses. As such, we have constituted 13 Task Forces made up of IMCAS speakers and participants who help ensure that IMCAS constantly pushes the boundaries and distinguishes itself in terms of content quality, innovation and education in the fields of plastic surgery and dermatology. The Task Forces are comprised of international members who are assigned tasks for the development of each of the 13 areas.



How can you join an IMCAS task force?

The term for participation as a Task Force is one-year minimum with duties and objectives that run from January 1 to December 31 of each year.
  1. Email contact@imcas.com stating your interest
  2. Receive detailed outlines of Task Force objectives
  3. Select the Task Force you wish to join
  4. Send a short letter of candidature