Membership

Learn about becoming a SOCS member. Read about our membership levels and register to join us today!

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Resource Library

Access special educational links, view our educational videos, and read our blog articles.

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Partnership

The Skin of Color Society welcomes corporate partners who are committed to special interest dermatology.

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Welcome to The Skin of Color Society

The Skin of Color Society was established in 2004 by Susan C. Taylor, M.D. The purpose of the society is to promote awareness of and excellence within the area of special interest of dermatology — skin of color. The Society is committed to the education of health care providers and the general public on dermatologic health issues related to skin of color.

The Society supports research and other activities that impact individuals with skin of color. Partnerships with dermatologists from the national and international communities, professional medical organizations, corporate and industry groups, and community ensures our success in serving all individuals with skin of color. We invite you to join us in this important endeavor. 

SOCS Find a Doctor Database

The “Find a Doctor” database (“Doctor Database”) is intended to provide the public with easy access to information on SOCS member physicians. To locate a physician in your area, read and accept the terms and conditions of this Access Agreement.

The differences between this website and other sites:

  • SOCS educates physicians.
  • We do not promote individual doctors.
  • We do not charge to be listed on the website.
  • We aim to educate patients on how to find a doctor who is right for them.

Read the SOCS Database Access Agreement

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Did You Know

Skin of color patients comprise the majority in California, New Mexico and Texas…and soon will be the majority in Arizona, Nevada, Georgia, New York and Florida.

By 2050, more than 50% of the US population will have skin of color.