Dr. Ximena Wortsman is radiologist and Chair of the dermatologic ultrasound interest group at the American Institute of Ultrasound in Medicine (AIUM), which is the American Society of Ultrasound. She has been awarded the category of fellow member of AIUM, which is a way to recognize individuals who have substantially contributed in a most distinguished fashion to the field of ultrasound. During the last 17 years, she has been fully dedicated to the development of applications and research in dermatologic ultrasound. She has more than 125 publications, including the textbook “Dermatologic Ultrasound with Clinical and Histologic Correlations”. She is a member and active collaborator in several international scientific societies. She has been an invited speaker in more than 300 international and national meetings. She is the founder of the international group of DERMUS that gathers physicians dedicated to practicing dermatologic ultrasound and founder of the educational website www.skin-ultrasound.com. She obtained her MD degree and specialty in the University of Chile and then performed a subspecialty training in musculoskeletal ultrasound at the Musculoskeletal Radiology Division of the Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit where she knew the first high-frequency ultrasound machines that are now used for studying dermatologic pathologies. She is the medical director of the Institute for Diagnostic Imaging and Research of the Skin and Soft Tissues (www.idiep.com) and she is an adjunct associate professor at the Department of Dermatology of University of Chile and assistant professor at the Department of Dermatology of Pontifical Catholic University of Santiago de Chile. Her research comprises a wide field of applications of ultrasound in dermatology, being Hidradenitis Suppurativa one of her relevant lines of work where she has been actively involved in the sonographic early detection and characterization as well as in the creation of the first sonographic scoring of HS (SOS-HS).