The Noah Worcester Dermatological Society (Noah) is a small, unique organization comprised of the most respected and visible thought leaders in dermatology. Since our first Annual Meeting in 1958, Noah has offered our members and industry benefactors exceptional educational programming and the opportunity for physicians to earn continuing medical education (CME) credit. But that's not what makes our Society special. For our members and industry friends, Noah is a family, and the intimate, collegial atmosphere of our Society is unlike that of any other dermatologic group.
Scott Dinehart, MD, is a Dermatologist and Mohs surgeon practicing in Little Rock, Arkansas. He is a summa cum laude graduate of Baylor University and received his medical degree with highest honors from the University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston. He completed a dermatology residency at Galveston and was an overseas observer at St. John’s Hospital in London. After finishing a Mohs and Dermatologic Surgery fellowship at Duke University, Dr. Dinehart was in academics for several years, rising to the position of tenured Professor. He began his own private practice in 2005. He is a former president of the Association of Academic Surgeons and the Arkansas Dermatologic Society and has held board of director positions in several dermatology organizations.