Georgia Dermatopathology Associates


Georgia Dermatopathology Associates is pleased to offer these links to professional organizations, professional journals and technical information.

We have found this information immensely helpful—we hope you do, too.

Professional Organizations 

American Academy of Dermatology

American Board of Dermatology

 American Board of Pathology

American Society for MOHS Surgery

American Society of Dermatologic Surgery

American Society of Dermatopathology

Atlanta Dermatological Association

Centers for Disease Control

College of American Pathologists

Dermatology Foundation

Georgia Association of Pathologists

Georgia Society of Dermatologists

Georgia Society for Histotechnology

Society for Investigative Dermatology

The Skin Cancer Foundation

Zola K. Cooper Dermatology and Dermatopathology Seminar

Zola K. Cooper Biography


Patient Education

American Cancer Society


Georgia Cancer Coalition

Lupus Foundation of America

Mycosis Fungoides Foundation

National Institutes of Health

National Library of Medicine


Winship Cancer Institute


Medical Journals

American Journal of Dermatopathology

Archives of Dermatology

Archives of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine

Journal of Cutaneous Pathology Online

Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology

Journal of the American Medical Association


GDA Internet Resources




Recommended Professional Suppliers

American Power Conversion, founded in 1981 in Massachusetts, currently has U.S. headquarters in West Kingston, Rhode Island. Georgia Dermatopathology is pleased to recommend the company's IT servers for on-demand applications, as well as its 24/7 electrical surge and power protection equipment.


We strongly recommend Dako Corporation for both automated immunohistochemistry staining systems, as well as monoclonal and polyclonal antibody supplies. Dako Corporation, established in 1966, has U.S. headquarters in Carpinteria, California.


We utilize and are proud to recommend the Olympus Corporation's technologies for both 1) group microscopic teaching and 2) group microscopic quality assurance applications. The company was organized in 1919, and has USA headquarters in Melville, New York.



Georgia Dermatopathology is pleased to recommend the Nikon Corporation, founded in 1917, as our supplier for primary diagnostic light microscopy and immunofluorescense equipment, as well as digital color microphotography technologies. Nikon USA is headquartered in Melville, New York.


Thermo Electron Corporation provides outstanding service for our primary anatomic pathology histotechnology equipment and reagents. The company, honored as a Fortune Magazine Most Admired Corporation in 2004, is headquartered in Waltham, Massachusetts.


We utilize and recommend the Invitrogen Corporation as our supplier for molecular biology equipment and reagents, supporting both advanced dermatoimmunology diagnostic techniques, as well as research applications. We specifically utilize fluorochromes from the company's Molecular Probes division(Eugene, Oregon) in our direct and indirect immunofluorescense testing and research. Invitrogen Corporation, founded in 1987, is headquartered in Carlsbad, California.