Marie Beylot-Barry Department of Dermatology; Saint-Andr Hospital, Bordeaux University Hospital INSERM U1053-UMR BaRITOn (Bordeaux Research in Translational Oncology), Oncogenesis of Cutaneous Lymphoma Team, University of Bordeaux. Pr Marie Beylot-Barry is head of the Dermatology department at the Bordeaux University Hospital and is a member of the INSERM Oncogenesis of Cutaneous Lymphoma team at the University of Bordeaux. On this theme, she has produced the majority of her publications (373, index H 48), led a PHRC on aggressive cutaneous B-cell lymphomas and developed national and international collaborations. She is the General Secretary of the French Group for the Study of Cutaneous Lymphomas. She coordinates a European course on cutaneous lymphomas with the support of EADV and regularly gives lectures on cutaneous lymphomas. Former President of the College of Dermatology Teachers, she is very involved in the training and support of the youngest. She developed the strong axis of surgical dermatology in her department and initiated a national surgical dermatology seminar aimed at interns. Currently past-president of the French Society of Dermatology after her 2019-2020 mandate, she has worked to increase support for research within the scientific council and to develop scholarships for the youngest, in connection with the Endowment Fund of the SFD whose website it runs. She is vice-president of the Dermatology Evidence Center which both develops recommendations for therapeutic decision support but also answers unresolved therapeutic questions. In connection with the theme of the presentation, during his presidency of the SFD, the COVIDSKIN study was launched, a cohort of patients presenting cutaneous manifestations associated with a suspected SARS-COV2 infection. Two publications have been produced on this cohort (1,2), both on acral manifestations, in particular of the frostbite type, and on non-acral manifestations. She has also participated in several publications on the subject, both on the skin manifestations of COVID (3.4) but also on the impact of the pandemic on patients (5) and doctors (6). She is currently participating with the SFD in the COVACSKIN study which collects delayed cutaneous manifestations appearing after anti-COVID vaccination (7). 1- Le Cleach L, Dousset L, Assier H, Fourati S, Barbarot S, Boulard C, Bourseau Quetier C, Cambon L, Cazanave C, Colin A, Kostrzewa E, Lesort C, Levy Roy A, Lombart F, Marco-Bonnet J, Monfort JB, Samimi M, Tardieu M, Wolkenstein P, Sbidian E, Beylot-Barry M; French Society of Dermatology. Most children observed during the COVID-19 outbreak occur in patients who are negative for COVID-19 on polymerase chain reaction and serology testing. Br J Dermatol. 2020 Nov;183(5):866-874. 2- Guelimi R, Salle R, Dousset L, Assier H, Fourati S, Bhujoo Z, Barbarot S, Boulard C, Cazanave C, Colin A, Kostrzewa E, Lesort C, Levy Roy A, Lombart F, Marco Bonnet J, Marty L, Monfort JB, Riffaud L, Samimi M, Tardieu M, Sbidian E, Wolkenstein P, Le Cleach L, Beylot-Barry M. Non-acral skin manifestations during the COVID-19 epidemic: COVIDSKIN study by the French Society of Dermatology. J Eur Acad Dermatol Venereol. 2021 Apr 29:10.1111/jdv.17322. doi: 10.1111/jdv.17322. 3- Freeman EE, McMahon DE, Hruza GJ, Irvine AD, Spuls PI, Smith CH, Mahil SK, Castelo-Soccio L, Cordoro KM, Lara-Corrales I, Naik HB, Alhusayen R, Ingram JR, Feldman SR, Balogh EA , Kappelman MD, Wall D, Meah N, Sinclair R, Beylot-Barry M, Fitzgerald M, French LE, Lim HW, Griffiths CEM, Flohr C. International collaboration and rapid harmonization across dermatologic COVID-19 registries. J Am Acad Dermatol. 2020 Sep;83(3):e261-e266. 4- Matar S, Ouls B, Sohier P, Chosidow O, Beylot-Barry M, Dupin N, Aractingi S. Cutaneous manifestations in SARS-CoV-2 infection (COVID-19): a French experience and a systematic review of the literature . J Eur Acad Dermatol Venereol. 2020 Nov;34(11):e686-e689. 5- Beytout Q, Pepiot J, Maruani A, Devulder D, Aubert R, Beylot-Barry M, Amici JM, Jullien D, Mah E; France Psoriasis Association; Research Group on Psoriasis of the French Society of Dermatology (GrPso); Research Group of the French Society of Pediatric Dermatology (SFPD). Impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on children with psoriasis. Ann Dermatol Venereol. 2021 Jun;148(2):106-111. 6- Misery L, Fluhr JW, Beylot-Barry M, Jouan N, Hamann P, Consoli SG, Schollhammer M, Charleux D, Bewley A, Rathod D. Psychological and professional impact of COVID-19 lockdown on French dermatologists: Data from a large survey. Ann Dermatol Venereol. 2021 Jun;148(2):101-105.