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Kinaadman Multidimensional Dermatological Approach Transcending Eras: 18th Postgraduate Course of the JRRMMC Department of Dermatology

                   The Jose R. Reyes Memorial Medical Center Department of Dermatology, in cooperation with the Skin Research Foundation of the Philippines, Inc. held its 18th Postgraduate Course entitled Kinaadman Multidimensional Dermatological Approach Transcending Eras last July 9-10, 2021 via digital platform. The course aims to impart current advancements in the diagnosis and management of dermatologic diseases, as well as the modern approach to aesthetic treatment to ensure quality patient care. It is imperative, especially in the dynamic practice of dermatology, to continuously equip ourselves with innovative and up-to-date methods to provide care to our patients.

                  The  first day of the virtual postgraduate course, hosted by Dr. Kara Melissa Torres-Culala, was opened by our esteemed Dr. Ma. Flordeliz Abad-Casintahan, and the varied keynote lectures were moderated by Dr. Melanie Joy Doria-Ruiz.  In the morning, Dr. Stanley A. Chua shared his expertise on the complementary approach to pruritus and provided insight on a more integrative approach to the management of difficult cases of persistent pruritus. He began with a comprehensive breakdown of the different causes of pruritus, such as breakdown of structural barriers, poor or over-nutrition, and abnormal histamine release, and later on provided complementary methods to address each of these etiologies. Dr. Hester Gail Lim-Bueser provided a discussion on the significant clinical and histologic characteristics of the skin from from infancy to senescence. She discussed how these in turn cause particular functional changes in the skin, and provided evidence-based means to approach the otherwise basic principle of cleansing, moisturizing and ensuring protection.  Dr. Allen  Aguinaldo-Cabrera gave an interactive presentation on the management of acne scars, showing different treatment modalities such as subcision, punch techniques, soft tissue filler, platelet rich plasma, chemical peels, microdermabrasion, microneedling, ablative and non-ablative laser treatments performed on actual clinical cases.

In the afternoon, Dr. Zharlah Gulmatico-Flores gave a thorough discussion of the biochemical changes in the skin brought about by menopause. She shed light on the visible and palpable effects of these molecular changes in the status of the skin and how these can influence wound healing, hair cycles, and aging and the status of other conditions in the woman such dermatitis and acne. Dr. Irene Gaile Robredo-Vitas gave an interesting discussion on cosmetic and reconstructive vaginal rejuvenation. She gave a very interactive presentation showing the step-by-step process of performing each of the available non-surgical and minimally invasive methods on patients with intimate pigmentation and intimate flaccidity concerns.

                  The second day of the virtual postgraduate course was  hosted by Dr. Ron Michael P. Dagala and moderated by Dr. Elaine Marie Gutierrez-Villaroman. Dr. Ma. Cricelda M. Rescober-Valencia commenced with a Filipino Skin Lecture Series, unmasking three unusual dermatologic masqueraders, including cutaneous metastasis presenting as solitary nodule on the scalp, mycetoma presenting as nodules and tumors on the left foot, and syphilis presenting as an annular plaque on the face. Dr. Marie Socouer L. Medina-Oblepias lectured on the pathophysiology of post inflammatory erythema, and the different treatment options which comprise lasers, intense pulse light, fractional microneedling radiofrequency, tranexamic acid, vitamin c, alpha adrenoreceptor agonist, and other topical agents like azelaic acid, niacinamide and silicone gel.

Dr. Ma. Cristina A. Puyat discussed the different endogenous and exogenous factors contributing to periorbital hyperpigmentation. She showcased how she approaches the ever-changing preferences of patients when it comes to periorbital rejuvenation from topical treatment to minimally invasive procedures.  Dr. Johannes F. Dayrit shared his extensive knowledge and hands-on experience with laser-assisted drug delivery and its varied uses in various skin conditions such as actinic keratosis, melasma, basal cell carcinoma, vitiligo and alopecia areata. Dr. Aivee Aguilar-Teo showcased a multitude of medical and aesthetic breakthroughs for non-invasive body contouring including laser lipolysis, monopolar radiofrequency, cryolipolysis, high intensity focused electromagnetic technology plus synchronized targeted radiofrequency and coolwaves microwave technology. The virtual postgraduate course was concluded with a message of gratitude and appreciation to all delegates, organizing committee, and sponsors from our esteemed Dr. Daisy King-Ismael.

                  The JRRMMC Dermatology family is deeply grateful to all the speakers and delegates for taking part in making this first ever virtual course a success. It is our hope that with the Kinaadman imparted by our speakers in this postgraduate course, delegates will be more equipped to provide the best care to each of their patients, especially in these ever-changing times. Daghang salamat sa tanan!

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MEDICAL MISSION 2021

"..Consecrated to God in the service of the sick-poor, the infirm in mind and body, homeless and abandoned, to those in prisons, to the deaf.." 

This was the commitment to the Lord made by the Brothers of Mercy of Saint John of God in Hospicio de San Juan de Dios in Bulacan many, many years ago. Until today, despite many challenges, they continue to hold onto this commitment by providing a caring home to countless mentally-challenged individuals.

The Skin Research Foundation of the Philippines, Inc. together with the Jose R. Reyes Memorial Medical Center Department of Dermatology held a donation drive today, March 27, 2021, for our mentally-challenged brothers and sisters under the care of the Brothers of Mercy of Saint John of God in Hospicio de San Juan de Dios, Bocaue, Bulacan and Bustos, Bulacan. 

Chief Infirmarian Bro. Bernardo Engay, along with Bro. Raymond Marquez, welcomingly took us for a quick tour of the infirmary and shared interesting stories about the joys and challenges of taking care of mentally-challenged patients.  Their selfless work and dedication to their mission truly inspired us to be better men and women of service. 

We ended the short tour with prayers for the health and safety of our families and patients. 

We are very grateful to have been able to put a smile on the faces of the patients of Hospicio de San Juan de Dios. May the coming days allow us to be of service to even more people.

 

 

Skin Research Foundation of the Philippines Inc. General Assembly

                                                                         

WHAT: Annual General Assembly
WHEN: December 11, 2020, 11:00 AM
WHERE: JRRMMC Dermatology Conference Room

Donation Drive 2020

We would like to extend our utmost gratitude and appreciation to all those who allotted time, effort and resources with their truly thoughtful and heartfelt donations to our institution.

 

   

  

  

 

Online Conferences

The JRRMMC Department of Dermatology ensures continuous learning through regularly held lectures conducted by our consultants and fellows.

  

  

 

We also conduct weekly grand rounds, morbidity and mortality conferences, continuing medical education, Fitzpatrick lectures presented by our residents.

  

 

 

 

Teledermatology Platform

                                                    

The JRRMMC Department of Dermatology has recently launched its Teledermatology service to cater to our patients' needs despite the pandemic.

Our patients can now avail of our free dermatologic consultation services online.

The 18th Postgraduate Course - Kinaadman: Multidimensional Dermatological Approach Transcending Eras

KINAADMAN
[ki. na. ad. man]
(n.): Wisdom, knowledge

“Kung dugo ang iyong kinakailangan
sa ikadidilag ng iyong pagsilang,
dugo ko’y ibubo’t sa isa man lamang
nang gumigiti mong sinag ay kuminang."
-Huling Paalam (Mi Ultimo Adios) by Dr. Jose Rizal

The Jose R. Reyes Memorial Medical Center Department of Dermatology is proud to present our 18th postgraduate course entitled “Kinaadman: Multidimensional Dermatological Approach Transdencing Eras”. 
This year, not only did we invite the very best speakers of the field and conceptualized the most up-to-date topics, we are also highlighting our very own affluent and vivid Filipino culture. Our postgraduate course is deeply rooted in values that we Filipinos treasure: excellence, uniqueness, and diversity. 

For the first time as well, we are conducting a post-graduate workshop succeeding the actual post-graduate course in order to hone not only our minds but also our skills as well. 

Behold, the new era of the Jose R. Reyes Department of Dermatology. 
Expect nothing but the best!

Register before APRIL 30, 2020 to avail of our discounted rates!

Pre-Registration Rates for Post-Graduate Lectures ONLY :
PDS Consultant : 2500
PDS Resident : 2000
JR Derma Alumni : 2000
Non-PDS MD : 3500

Pre-Registration Rates for Post-Graduate Lectures and VIEWING of Workshop :
Lecture rate (seen above)+ 4000

Pre-Registration Rates for Post-Graduate Lectures and HANDS-ON Workshop (Complete materials provded) :
Lecture rate (seen above) + 10000

Details needed
Name:
Address: 
Contact no.:
Email:
PRC no.:
PMA no.:
Specialty:
Institutional affiliation:
Registration Category:
Resident, consultant, JR alumni or NonPDS MD

For bank deposits: BPI Savings, West Triangle, Q.C. Branch Account 3051-1143-28
Skin Research Foundation of the Philippines

Email deposit slip and registration details to: jrdermapostgrad@gmail.com
Subject: registration

For inquiries, contact: Dr. Trisha Torres at 09175601737 and Dr. Jia Diaz at 09778478912

For updates, like and follow us on facebook at Kinaadman : 18th Postgraduate Course and Instagram @jrdermsocials

Thank you!

#BeautyIsPowerPDS
#Kinaadman

 

 

 

The Black Widow Block Screening

The Skin Research Foundation of the Philippines, Inc. (SRF) in cooperation with Jose R. Reyes Memorial Medical Center Department of Dermatology invites you to the block screening of The Black Widow on April 29, 2020, 7pm at Trinoma Cinema 7. Join us as we delve into the life and adventures of one of the most iconic Avenger who will surely keep you at the edge of your seats! Have a great time with us and help the JRRMMC Dermatology patients as well! Proceeds will be of benefit to our patients with skin disorders such as Psoriasis, Hansen’s disease, bullous disease and skin cancer.


So gather all your family, friends and loved ones for a night of action with Marvel’s The Black Widow!


For movie tickets inquiries, contact Dr. Bless Serquina at 0917 808 5772 or Dr. Ryce Garcia at 0956 049 3487.


Thank you and see you there!


#JRRMMCDermatology
#JRDermaBlackWidow
#JRDermaSavestheDay
#Skinresearchfoundationofthephilippines

 

 

"Versare il Vino": 2019 Graduation Rites & Christmas Party

“An end is only a beginning in disguise…”

It's the end of another year and it’s once again time to celebrate and pay tribute to our outgoing residents as the JRRMMC Department of Dermatology held its Graduation Rites and Christmas Party last December 10, 2019, with the theme “Versare il Vino” (Pour the wine).🍷

 

The night was devoted to celebrate the seniors residents' commitment and invaluable service to both the department and their patients. Our graduates include Dr. Marivic Bumalay, Dr. Marie Kris Lin-Mendoza, Dr. Hannah Lea David, Dr. Marissa Kathrina Santos, Dr. Ivan Arni Preclaro, Dr. Kairhun Janine Cuadra, Dr. Deo Adiel Wong and Dr. Matilde Krisha Montenegro, alongside our graduating fellows Dr. Ma. Cricelda Rescober-Valencia (Dematologic surgery) and Dr. Elisa Rae Coo (Dermatopathology).

 

 

 

 

It was also an event wherein we celebrated the success of our two Dermatopathology graduates, Dr. Andrea Bernales-Mendoza, and Dr. Margaret Mary Alegre, who were successful in conquering the board examination given by the Dermatopathology Society of the Philippines.

 

  

 

We also honoured Dr. Ivan Arni Preclaro with the Most Outstanding Resident award for his invaluable achievements during his 3 years of residency training. Ms. Marivic Besa was also awarded with a plaque of appreciation for her hard work, dedication and service to the department.

 

Everyone was dressed to impress in their outfits showcasing the mellow colours of wine. The night also served as an opportunity to celebrate, share laughs and unwind as we gather together as one. Several members of our family, including consultants, residents and paramedic staff, showcased their talents in song and dance, while a festive Christmas feast was enjoyed by everyone. Truly, there was an air of fun and cheer throughout the evening.

 

  

 

  

 

To our dear graduates, you have undoubtedly grown in this noble calling and have imbibed the core values of integrity, competence and professionalism. It is the hope of the institution that you carry with you your fervent dedication, passion and excellence as you further your growth well beyond the halls of the hospital.

Good luck and God bless on your future endeavours and we will surely miss you all!

 

From your JRRMMC Derma family, CONGRATULATIONS!🍾

 

The Final Closure: Dermatologic Surgery Tricks and Treats

  

The Dermatologic Surgery Core Team, in cooperation with the Jose R. Reyes Memorial Medical Center (JRRMMC) Department of Dermatology and the Skin Research Foundation of the Philippines held its 13th Annual Basic Dermatologic Surgery Course and Workshop entitled “The Final Closure: Dermatologic Surgery Tricks and Treats” on December 7, 2019 at the Unilab Bayanihan Center Annex, Mandaluyong.

 

The event was formally opened by the Chairperson of the JRRMMC Department of the Dermatology – Dr. Ma. Flordeliz Abad-Casintahan and was hosted by Dr. Ma. Cricelda Rescober-Valencia. It was well attended with 56 delegates.

 

The morning session offered series of relevant, substantial and comprehensive topics that would equip its participants with the knowledge and skills essential to the diagnosis and treatment of various dermatologic diseases. Different expert speakers in the field of Dermatology, Otorhinolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery and Plastics, Reconstructive & Aesthetic Surgery were invited to ensure a multidisciplinary approach in the discussion of the lectures. The lectures were as follows: Surgical Anatomy of the Face & Neck, Pre-operative Assessment, Instrumentation & Materials, Antibiotic Prophylaxis, Asepsis & Antisepsis Techniques, Topical Anesthesia, Local & Regional Blocks, Wound Healing, Hemostasis & Post-operative Management and Nail Surgery.

In the afternoon, the delegates were given a hands-on workshop on different suturing techniques. The session was facilitated by Dr. Zharlah Gulmatico-Flores and Dr. Ma. Cricelda Rescober-Valencia who gave live demonstration on suturing techniques. The members of the Dermatologic Surgery Core Team also supervised in the event. Correct practices, indications and the advantages & disadvantages of each technique were also tackled. The enthusiasm of the delegates ultimate showed their dedication to become better and competent physicians.

 

Indeed, the event undoubtedly ended successfully and fruitfully. We would like to extend our gratitude to all our speakers, delegates, consultants and residents who made this event a success.

Skin Research Foundation Annual General Assembly

WHAT: SRF Annual General Assembly

WHEN: December 6, 2019, 11 AM

WHERE: JRRMMC Dermatology Conference Room

Movie Screening 2019: Avengers Endgame

                

The Skin Research Foundation of the Philippines, Inc. (SRF) in cooperation with the Jose R. Reyes Memorial Medical Center, recently held its successful premiere of the highly-anticipated finale of one of the most celebrated superhero movies of all time, Avengers: Endgame. 

In line with this, we would like to express our deepest gratitude to everyone who attended and supported our block screening event!
Special thanks to our very generous and kind sponsors: Cetaphil Philippines, Taters Trinoma, The Attack Arena, Figaro Coffee Company, Detail MakeOver, Baby Dove, Dynamite, Cream-Oholics, Poten-Cee, ASCOF Lagundi, Feveraid, C-lium, Pro-Lacta, WellGreens, Isabela DermCentre, Twin K's Cargo Specialist, Tap Pacific Ventures Corp, Surfside Boracay Resort and Spa, with special thanks to Mr. Jay Brown and Ms. Kristine Lee.

It was an evening full of action, excitement and energy! Thank you for making this event a fruitful and meaningful one as proceeds will benefit our patients in need. We hope everyone enjoyed as much as we did!

      

Medical Mission: March 2019

The Skin Research Foundation of the Philippines, Inc., in cooperation with the Philippine Dermatologic Society and Jose R. Reyes Memorial Medical Center Department of Dermatology, will hold its upcoming biannual Medical Mission this March 23, 2019 (Saturday) 8am-12nn at the Manila Boystown Complex, Marikina City.
 
In line with this, we would like to ask for your support. Any form of donation (cash or in form of medicine, toys, & hygiene kits) will be very much appreciated. Thank you! 
 

JRRMMC Dermatology 17th Post Graduate Course: The Erudite

         

 

"Knowledge is having the right answer. Intelligence is having the right question."

Join us as we seek answers to timely and gripping questions in today's dermatologic sphere. For this year, we have meticulously chosen lectures only of greatest relevance to our field. We have also invited experts - "erudites", who are the most knowledgable and trusted in their specialties. Expect nothing but the best.

Quench your insatiable thirst for knowledge, welcome to The Erudite.

Register early to avail of our discounted rates!

Pre- Registration Rates
Residents/JR alumni: P1800
PDS consultants: P2000
Non-PDS MDs: P2500

Details needed:
Name:
Address: 
Contact no.:
Email:
PRC no.:
PMA no.:
Specialty:
Institutional affiliation:
Registration Category:
Resident, consultant, JR alumni or NonPDS MD

For bank deposits: BPI Savings, West Triangle, Q.C. Branch Account 3051-1145-49
Skin Research Foundation of the Philippines

Email deposit slip and registration details to: jrdermapostgrad@gmail.com
Subject: registration

For inquiries, contact: Dr. Zarina Valcos 09369370215 or Dr. Clarice Garcia 09560493487

Thank you!

 

Movie Screening 2019 - Avengers: End Game

 

Were you left hanging by Avengers: Infinity War? What will happen now that some of our favorite Marvel heroes were vanquished? Will the remaining heroes like Iron Man, Thor and Captain America bring them back? Join us as we find out how the rest of the Marvel adventure unfolds.

The Skin Research Foundation of the Philippines, Inc. (SRF) together with the Jose R. Reyes Memorial Medical Center Department of Dermatology invites you to the block screening of the most awaited film AVENGERS: END GAME on April 24, 2019, 7pm at TRINOMA CINEMA 7.

Proceeds will benefit our patients, among them are those with chronic skin conditions such as Psoriasis and Leprosy.

For inquiries, contact Dr. Jennica Ponce at 0917 599 9335 or Dr. Ermalyn Diño at 0917 533 3624.

Thank you and see you all!

 

December 2018 : Oriental Opulence - Christmas Party & Graduation Ceremony 2018

 

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Parasols, cherry blossoms, and opulent garments paraded the halls as the JRRMMC Department of Dermatology held its Graduation Rites and Christmas Party last December 19, 2018, with the theme 'Oriental Opulence.'

The night was devoted to celebrate the seniors residents' commitment and invaluable service to both the department and their patients. To the graduating physicians namely   Dr. Katherine Joy Sayo-Aguiling, Dr. Janelle G. Go, Dr. Ma. Christina B. Gulfan, Dr. Jasmine Malla, Dr. Riza R. Milante, Dr. Mark Gerald R. Serrano, Dr. Abhishek Singh and our Dermatopathology Fellow, Dr. Margaret Mary B. Alegre, congratulations! Over the years, they have undoubtedly grown in this noble calling and have imbibed the core values of integrity, competence and professionalism. It is the hope of the institution that they will carry with them their fervent dedication, passion and excellence as they further their growth well beyond the halls of the hospital.

The night also served as an opportunity to celebrate, share laughs and unwind as we gather as a family. Games, songs and dance presentations and a festive Christmas dinner was enjoyed by all. Truly, there was an air of fun and cheer throughout the evening. Everyone was dressed to impress with their Crazy Rich Asians inspired outfit.

It was a platform to reminisce on good times and remain hopeful of what is ahead. What may be bittersweet end to one chapter may merely be the first steps to a bigger adventure.

 

December 2018: Skin Research Foundation Annual General Assembly

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NOTICE:

What: Skin Research Foundation Annual General Assembly

When: December 7 , 2018 (Friday) 11 AM

Where: Dermatology Conference Room , Jose R. Reyes Memorial Medical Center ,

Rizal Avenue , Manila

 

November 2018 : Medical Mission at Haven National Center for Women

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"Bloom where you are planted."

The Skin Research Foundation of the Philippines, Inc., in cooperation with the Philippine Dermatologic Society and Jose R. Reyes Memorial Medical Center Department of Dermatology, marked the start of the yuletide season of giving by visiting the Haven for Women in Alabang, Muntinlupa last November 10, 2018 via the gift of charity.

The Haven of Women provides temporary shelter and protective custody to women 18-59 years old who are victims of various forms of abuse.

With the leadership of our beloved Chairman, Dr. Ma. Flordeliz Abad-Casintahan, we saw and treated 180 patients with various skin diseases. We also performed various dermatologic surgical procedures totaling to 26 operations such as electrocautery of common warts.

R.S. Grey once said: "She believed she can, so she did."

The Haven for Women is an establishment that seeks to empower women whose spirits have been damaged by various forms of abuse such as domestic violence. Women are the flowers of society - where flowers bloom, so does hope. We hoped that by our simple act of generosity, we hope that the flowers who reside in the Haven will push through the dirt and once again bathe in sunlight.

 

 

June 2018 : Senior Citizen Wellness Program

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"The best classroom in the world is at the feet of our elders."

The Skin Research Foundation of the Philippines Inc., in cooperation with the JRRMMC Department of Dermatology headed by our beloved chairman Dr. Flordeliz Abad-Casintahan and the JRRMMC Senior Citizen Committee, conducted the Senior Citizen Wellness Lecture entitled "Skin Ko, Alagang Derma" Senior Citizen Edition .

The program was kicked off by a welcome message delivered by the Department of Dermatology's Chief Resident Dr. Janelle Go followed by the opening remarks delivered by the head of the Senior Citizen committee of JRRMMC, Dr. Emelita Umali. A wellness lecture entitled "Basic Skin Care" was then delivered by first year resident Dr. Reuben Manuel followed by a lecture entitled "Photoprotection" by first year resident Dr. Mark Casintahan. Prizes and freebies were given to those who listened attentively and were able to answer the questions after the lecture.
The lectures were followed by the distribution of loot bags composed of a skin care kit, snacks, and free consultation with the residents.

We hoped we have imparted knowledge on basic skin care to our well-loved senior citizens employees and patients, and we are honored to have been in your presence. We learned a lot from your insights and stories, and we are happy to have extended an assisting and caring hand to you all.

 

June 2018 : Postgraduate Course - Complexe Cutis

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 Integrity, Competence and Professionalism. These are the core values that JRRMMC Dermatology aims to epitomize.

In line with the core value of competence, the Jose R. Reyes Memorial Medical Center Department of Dermatology, in cooperation with the Skin Research Foundation of the Philippines, held its 16th Postgraduate Course entitled Complexe Cutis: Finding Simplicity Amidst Complexities in Skin Science .


The skin is a complex organ system. It is dynamic and ever-changing. Because of this, there are always a myriad of innovations and breakthroughs in the field of Dermatology, and often, it could be quite overwhelming for those practicing in the field.

We chose the title “Complexe cutis - finding simplicity amidst complexities in skin science” to address this problem.

The goal of this postgraduate course is to simplify matters - to make complex topics and ideas accessible and comprehensible to everyone.

Medicine is an ever changing and dynamic field. The latest international guidelines and standards of care must always be reviewed and applied in practice. We hoped that the participants of this event left the halls as better dermatologists, equipped with more knowledge, diligence, and compassion.

And most importantly, we hope that the participants were also reminded of the Hippocratic oath that they took as they become physicians – to treat the patient as a human being and not merely the disease

Movie Screening 2018 : Avengers Infinity War

 

Avengers Assemble!

The Skin Research Foundation of the Philippines , Inc. (SRF) in cooperation with the Jose R. Reyes Memorial Medical Center  recently held its successful premiere of this summer’s most anticipated movie  Marvel’s ,  Avengers: Infinity War .

We would like to thank our generous sponsors : Nissin Cup Noodles , Presto Creams , Great Taste Coffee Dark Java and Viet Latte iced coffee , OraCare , Poten-Cee, ASCOF Lagundi, Cafe Bariga, JZ Designs & Creations, Arrowland by Gandiva, Gandiva Archery, Global Eye Specialists. Inc, Perfect Sight Eye Center, Montenegro Shipping Lines Inc., Taters , Inglot Cosmetics Philippines, and Vitalcheck Diagnostic, Inc. , with special thanks to Mr. Jay Brown .

We would also like to express our deepest gratitude to our wonderful consultants , alumni and numerous guests , who helped make this event a successful , action packed and fun filled event.

Your continued support only proves , that just like the Avengers on-screen , each and everyone can be a  hero in their own way

 

Movie Screening 2018

Can't get enough of the awesome, entertaining, and action-packed Marvel flicks?

Join us and be ready to live another adventure that will take you to infinity. 

The Skin Research Foundation of the Philippines, Inc. (SRF) together with the Jose R. Reyes Memorial Medical Center Department of Dermatology invites you to the block screening of the highly anticipated film AVENGERS: INFINITY WAR on April 25, 2018 7pm at TRINOMA CINEMA 7. 
Watch your favorite superheroes from across the Marvel Cinematic Universe assemble to save the world from destruction! 💪😎

Proceeds will benefit our patients, among them our chronic patients with psoriasis, leprosy, and skin cancer. 

For inquiries, contact Dr. Nika Cuadra at 09162644710 or Dr. MK Lin at 09338588440. 

Thank you!😀

November 2017 : DSWD Certification of the Skin Research Foundation of the Philippines

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With the hard work, efforts and initiatives of Dr. Ma. Flordeliz Abad-Casintahan (President) and Dr. Ma. Luisa Abad-Venida (Founder)

and board members, staff and volunteers , the Department of Social Welfare and Development awarded the Certificate of Registration to

The Skin Research Foundation of the Philippines, Inc.

 

This certificate  awarded by the DSWD formally recognizes the Skin Research Foundation as an entity that engages

in social welfare and development , is truly a well earned milestone for  any organization .

 

The SRF is a non-profit, charitable, training-based organization founded in 2001.

In cooperation with Jose R. Reyes Memorial Medical Center (JRRMMC) Department of Dermatology, the foundation dedicates itself

in the provision of a holistic approach on dermatologic care through research, clinical training and continuing medical education of

dermatologists-in-training and board-certified dermatologists.

The Foundation caters to indigent patients to provide easier access to ancillary procedures, medications and dermatologic care.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  

March 16, 2017

 

     The Skin Research Foundation of the Philippines, Inc. (SRF) together with Jose R. Reyes Memorial Medical Center Department of Dermatology held the premiere screening of BEAUTY AND THE BEAST at the TRINOMA Cinema 1.

     The foundation supports initiatives to improve the quality of life of patients afflicted with skin diseases through research, medical missions and continuing medical education. Proceeds of this fund raising event will benefit our patients, among them our chronic patients with psoriasis, leprosy and skin cancer.

     In this light, we would like to thank our generous sponsors (Uber, RC New Chemical Resources, Inc., New World Manila Bay Hotel, Sayo Family Care Clinic and Diagnostic Laboratory, Inglot, Buttery and Co., Sun Life Financial and Universal Robina Corporation - the makers of Nissin Cup Noodles, Jack and Jill MagicCreams Biscuit, Hunt's Tomato Sauce, Jack and Jill Tivoli and Griffin's Cookie Bear), our gracious consultants and alumni, our hardworking residents and staff and most especially our dearest family and friends.

     The overwhelming success of the event would not be possible without all of your help. The cherry on top would be that all too lovely, familiar yet still endearing tale as old as time. Love was felt all around yesterday and still is over-pouring until today.

     Thank you very much to all!

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