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Yvonne Chiu
William Huang
Veronika Slonkova
Valencia Thomas
Marius-Anton (Toni) Ionescu

*MD, PhD of Medical University Paris 5 and 7 *Dermatologist - Inflammatory Diseases Pole, Dermatology Department- University Hospital “Saint-Louis”, Paris, France *Member of Intl Affairs Committee- Am Acad Dermatol *Member of Board of Directors - Intl Soc Dermatol *Member of French Society of Dermatology and of EADV

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Elizabeth Tanzi
Jacek Szepietowski
Sumaira Asai
Suat Hoon Tan Tan, MD
Susan Nedorost
Steven Wang
Stephen Shumack

Dr Stephen Shumack is a general Dermatologist who has over 30 years experience in managing a broad range of dermatological conditions. He is a Clinical Associate Professor, Discipline of Dermatology at the University of Sydney, and also Senior Staff Specialist at the Royal North Shore Hospital of Sydney. He is also the current Treasurer of the International League of Dermatological Societies. He is a past Chair of the Board of the Skin Hospital (Skin and Cancer Foundation Australia). He is also a past President of the Australasian College of Dermatologists, and he is on the Editorial Board of the Australasian Journal of Dermatology, having previously been the Editor in Chief. He also was Chair of the recent Cancer Council Australia Keratinocyte Cancer Guidelines Revision Committee. He has published and spoken widely on many aspects of dermatological care including psoriasis, eczema and skin cancer diagnosis, management and research. He has been awarded the Order of Australia Medal in 2011 for his services to Dermatology and the Community, the Silver Medal from the Australasian College of Dermatologists, and the Foundation Medal from the Skin and Cancer Foundation Australia.

Stephen Helms
Sonja Staender
Shari Lipner
Shadi Kourosh
Aleksandar Sekulic
Sarah Arron
Sandy Tsao
Salvador Gonzalez
Ruth Ann Vleugels
Ruby Ghadially
Robert Dellavalle
Margot Peters
Peter Lio

Peter Lio, MD, FAAD is a Clinical Professor of Dermatology at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, and a Clinical Assistant Professor of Dermatology & Pediatrics at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine. Dr. Lio received his medical degree from Harvard Medical School, completed his internship in Pediatrics at Boston Children’s Hospital, and his Dermatology training at Harvard where he served as Chief Resident in Dermatology. While at Harvard, he received formal training in acupuncture. Dr. Lio is the founding director of the Chicago Integrative Eczema Center and a founding partner of Medical Dermatology Associates of Chicago. He serves as a board member and scientific advisory committee member emeritus for the National Eczema Association. He is a member of the American Academy of Dermatology’s Atopic Dermatitis Expert Resource Group and a founding faculty member of the Integrative Dermatology Certificate Program. He has over 300 publications and 3 textbooks.

Pedram Gerami
Patrick Lee
Patricia Myskowski
Niroshana Anandasabapathy
Nicholas Golda

Dr. Nicholas Golda is double board-certified in dermatology and micrographic dermatologic surgery. He earned his medical degree from the University of Southern California Keck School of Medicine in 2005 where he graduated with highest honors and as a member of the Alpha Omega Alpha Medical Honor Society. After completing an internship in internal medicine, he was trained in dermatology at the University of Missouri Department of Dermatology. Following dermatology residency, he completed an American College of Mohs Surgery (ACMS) fellowship in Mohs Micrographic Surgery under the direction of Dr. George Hruza. He is trained in general dermatology, dermatologic surgery, advanced facial reconstruction, and laser surgery. Dr. Golda spent 12 years on faculty at the University of Missouri Department of Dermatology achieving promotion to Professor of Dermatology. There, he developed a national and international reputation as the director of a widely sought-after fellowship training program in Micrographic Surgery and Dermatologic Oncology where dermatologists would come from across the nation and internationally to spend a year training with him. He has published over 60 peer-reviewed manuscripts in several dermatologic and oncologic journals, has written 5 dermatology and dermatologic surgery textbook chapters, and is invited to speak at the leading dermatologic surgery meetings in the United States each year. His patients and fellow physicians have acknowledged the quality of his work by recognizing him in St. Louis Magazine’s Best Doctors, the Best Doctors in America, the Columbia Tribune Readers’ Choice Award, and Inside Columbia Magazine’s Columbia’s Favorite Doctors. Dr. Golda is currently a member of the American Academy of Dermatology, the American College of Mohs Surgery, the American Society for Dermatologic Surgery, and the American Dermatological Association. He currently serves on the Board of Directors for the American College of Mohs Surgery.

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Natasha Mesinkovska
Nancy Thomas
Nancy Thomas
Nada Elbuluk
Mona Gohara
Molly Hinshaw

Dr. Molly Hinshaw is Associate Professor of Dermatology & Chief of Dermatopathology at University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health in Madison, WI.  She is board certified in dermatology (2004;2014) and dermatopathology (2006;2016) and directs the UW Nail Clinic.  In addition to her clinical work and teaching, Dr. Hinshaw is current Chair of the AAD Dermatopathology Rapid Response Committee member of the UWHC Medical Board, a member of the UWMF Finance Committee, & has held numerous appointments within the WDS, AAD, ASDP, Wisconsin Dermatological Society and Women's Dermatologic Society including serving as President of the latter two organizations.  She has published over 50 scientific manuscripts and book chapters and given over 100 invited lectures around the US and in Europe.  When she is not working she enjoys time with family & friends, working out, reading, cooking, and trying new fun things.

Mollie MacCormack
Misha Rosenbach
Michel McDonald
Melissa Piliang
Max Fung, MD
Martin Mihm
Martha Council
Maria Hurley
Margaret Weiss

Margaret Weiss, M.D. attended Princeton University, earning her B.A. and M.D. at Johns Hopkins. After dermatology residency at Johns Hopkins, she served as an assistant professor in dermatology there for thirty years. Currently she is a volunteer clinical associate professor of dermatology at the U. of MD School of Medicine. A board-certified Fellow of the American Academy of Dermatology, she is also a member of the American Dermatologic Association, American Society for Dermatologic Surgery (Board of Directors 2016-2019), Women’s Dermatologic Society, and the American Society for Laser Medicine and Surgery. She is a past president of the Maryland Dermatologic Society. Dr. Weiss lectures often, conducts clinical trials and has over thirty publications including a textbook on leg vein treatment. Dr. Weiss practices in Baltimore, Maryland, where she and her husband Robert Weiss, M.D. established the Maryland Dermatology, Laser, Skin & Vein Institute. Her professional interests include sclerotherapy, cosmetic dermatology, and laser surgery

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Lynn Test
Lynn Thames

I have 25+ years of experience developing software solutions, data analysis and management, and integrating technologies. I have strong skills in needs assessment, project planning, and team management. Areas of expertise include Visual Basic desktop applications, Quickbooks integration and customization, Magento eCommerce implementation, Acctivate/Magento integration, custom web applications, PHP/mySQL, MSSQL server integration, SSRS.

Lori Lowe
Lidia Rudnicka
Leslie Lawley
Laura Ferris
Lawrence Green
Larisa Geskin
Richard Langley
Luis Garza
Karolyn Wanat
Kurt Lu
Kristen Kelly

Dr. Kristen M. Kelly is a Professor and Chair of Dermatology at the University of California (UC), Irvine. She completed a dermatology residency at UC Irvine and a fellowship at the Beckman Laser Institute. Her research focuses on optimization of cutaneous vascular lesion treatment, evaluation of cutaneous angiogenesis, and development of light-based technologies. She has given over 220 lectures and has authored over 120 scientific papers. She is a fellow of the American Academy of Dermatology and has been funded by the American Society for Laser Medicine and Surgery, Sturge Weber Foundation, Dermatology Foundation and National Institutes of Health.

Kenneth Tsai
Kavita Mariwalla
Kathy Hong, MD
Joseph Pierson
Joseph Merola
Joseph Eastern
Jose Martinez Villareal
John Harris
John Tindall
Johann Gudjonsson
Joclyn Kirby
Janellen Smith
Jeremy Jackson
Jennifer Stein
Jennifer Choi
Jennifer Lucas
Jeffrey Klein
Janellen Smith
Jana Tresnak Hercogova
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Hassan Gladari
Ginette Okoye
George Cohen
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Gary Goldenberg
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Elizabeth Usher
Elena Hawryluk
Donald Glass
Diana Bolotin
Seemal Desai
Delphine Lee
Deirdre Hooper
Daniel Eisen
Dawn Siegel
David Wetter
Daniel Bennett
Courtney Schadt
Cory Dunnick
Cecilia Thames
Christopher Miller
Christian Baum
Carmen Salavastru
Bruce Brodell
Brian Kim
Brett King
Brad Glick
Benjamin Chong, MD
Aimee Smidt
Anthony Fernandez, MD
Anna Bruckner
Amy Musiek
Ashley Wysong
Amber Atwater
Amber Excelss
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Adam Friedman
Lawrence Chan
Henry Hin Lee Chan
Robert James Chalmers
Tania Cestari
Lorenzo Cerroni
Julide Celebi
Roger Ceilley
S. Wright Caughman
Fred Castrow, II
John Carucci
Masayuki Amagai
Carola McKnster
William Caro
Richard Caplan
Charles Camisa
Valerie Callender
Jeffrey Callen
Kimberly Butterwick
James Butler
Claude Burton
Desmond Burrows
Tina Alster
Thomas Burnham
Joseph Burnett
John Burket
Karen Burke
Susan Burgin
Cheryl Burgess
Susan Burge
Gunter Burg
Anne Burdick
Christopher Bunker
Andrew Alexis
Marc Brown

 BiographyMarc Brown, M.D  Dr. Brown is a LeMoyne College graduate, who received his bachelors in biology. He studied at Georgetown Medical School, graduated in 1979 and then completed his residency training in Internal Medicine at Strong Memorial Hospital (Rochester NY).  He began his career as a primary care physician in the Public Health Service and developed an interest in Dermatology and skin cancer at that time.  He subsequently completed his Dermatology residency training at the University of Michigan and then spent an additional two years in fellowship training for Mohs Surgery and Cutaneous Oncology at Michigan. He joined the faculty at the University of Rochester Medical Center in 1989 and is currently a tenured professor of Dermatology and Oncology and a member of the Wilmot Cancer Center. Dr. Brown is Director of the Division of Mohs Surgery and Dermatologic Oncology.  He has served as the director of the Dermatology Residency Program and the Mohs Surgery fellowship program.  Dr. Brown has been included in the Best Doctors of America directory. He has published 62 articles and two books and also serves as an editorial reviewer for several major dermatology journals.  He lectures and teaches at national meetings focusing on Mohs surgery, melanoma, facial reconstruction, transplant dermatology and challenging and unusual skin cancers.  Dr. Brown performs Mohs surgery on approximately 2,000 patients per year and has performed over 45,000 Mohs procedures.  Leadership positions have included: President of New York State Dermatology, President of American College of Mohs Surgery, President of International Transplant Skin Cancer Collaborative, President of the Association of Academic Dermatologic Surgeons, President of the American Society for Dermatologic Surgery, Board of Directors American Society for Dermatologic Surgery, Board of Directors American College of Mohs Surgery, Board of Directors American Academy of Dermatology, Dermatology Foundation Board of Trustees, and a member of the American Dermatologic Association.  

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Xuejun Zhang
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Michael Zanolli
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David Woodley
Stephen Wolverton
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Karen Wiss
Bruce Wintroub
Barbara Wilson
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Hywell Williams
Jonathan Wilkin
David Whiting
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Robert Weiss
Jonathan Weiss
Elaine Weiss
Martin Weinstock
Gerald Weinstein
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Hensin Tsao
Julian Trevino
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Marcia Tonnesen
Luca Borradori
Kenneth Tomecki
Robert Tigelaar
Bruce Thiers
Diane Thiboutot
Michael Tharp
Nia Terezakis
Susan Taylor
R. Stan Taylor
James Taylor
Jeremy Bordeaux
Jean Yuh Tang
Leonard Swinyer
Susan Swetter
Robert Swerlick
Neil Swanson
Sabra Sullivan
Jeffrey Sugarman
Hiram Sturm
Bruce Strober

Clinical Professor, Department of DermatologyYale University, New Haven, CT USA and Central Connecticut Dermatology Research, Cromwell, CT USACo-Scientific Director of the Corrona Psoriasis RegistrySecretary-Treasurer of the International Psoriasis CouncilEditor in Chief of the Journal of Psoriasis and Psoriatic ArthritisDr. Strober earned both his medical degree and his doctorate from Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons in New York, New York. He completed his residency in dermatology in the Department of Dermatology, NYU School of Medicine. He is board certified by the American Board of Dermatology and a Fellow in the American Academy of Dermatology.

Jean Bolognia Cooper
Macrene Alexiades
George P Stricklin
Erik Stratman
Alexander Stratigos
Stephen Stone
Mary Stone
Jean Thivolet
Wolfram Sterry
Robert Stern
Fernando Miguel Stengel
Linda Stein Gold
Kimberly Bohjanen
Gerd Steigleder
Thomas Stasko
John Stanley
Mary Spraker
Richard Spielvogel
James Spencer
Nicholas Soter
Richard Sontheimer
Larry Solomon
Arthur Sober
Erin Boh
James Sligh
Rodney Sinclair
Eric Simpson
Dona-jean Solski
Robert Silverman
Elaine Siegfried
Daniel Siegel
Robert Sidbury
Tor Shwayder
Kanade Shinkai
Yulrike Blume-Peytavi
Hiroshi Shimizu
Shinji Shimada
Avner Shemer
E. Dorinda Shelley
Christopher Shea
jerry shapiro
John Seykora
Roberta Sengelmann
Kathryn Schwarzenberger
Kenneth Blaylock
Robert Schwartz
Arnold Schroeter
William Schorr
Paul Schneiderman
Chrysalyne Delling Schmults
Bethanee Schlosser
Richard Scher
Julie Schaffer
Lawrence Schachner
Jean Saurat
Andrew Blauvelt
Daniel Sauder
Nestor Sanchez
W. Mitchell Sams, Jr
Neil Sadick
Dana Sachs
Terence Ryan
thomas russell
Paul Russell
Ramon Ruiz-Maldonado
Thomas Ruenger
Martin Black
Andrew Rudolph
Adam Rubin
Beth Ruben
Hans Rothenborg
Theodore Rosen
Hans Rorsman
Dennis Roop
Alain Rook
Thomas Rohrer
Gary Rogers
elizabeth billingsley
Roy Rogers, III
Henry Roenigk, Jr
Randall Roenigk
Leslie Robinson-Bostom
June Robinson
Wendy Roberrts
Jason Rivers
Darrell Rigel

Darrell S. Rigel MD MS is Clinical Professor of Dermatology at the Mount Sinai Icahn School of Medicine and is recognized as a leader in research and patient care in melanoma and other skin cancers.He is a graduate of MIT with a BS in Management Information Sciences, an MS (MBA) from the Sloan School of Management at MIT and received his MD from George Washington University. He attended Cornell University Medical Center for Internship in Internal Medicine and completed his training at NYU where he was Resident, Chief Resident and Dermatology Surgery Fellow and was a National Institutes of Health Training Fellow.Dr. Rigel has delivered over 1000 presentations at medical and governmental policy conferences worldwide and has chaired numerous national and international conferences and symposia. He co-chairs the Fall and Winter Clinical Dermatology Conferences. He is the author of numerous articles and abstracts in professional journals as well as lead editor of Cancer of the Skin, the major textbook in this field and has testified before Congress and the FDA on related issues. He often appears on National television including CNN, ABC, FOX, NBC and CBS and his research and opinions are regularly cited in the New York Times, Wall Street Journal and many other national magazines and newspapers.Dr. Rigel serves as the Consultant Dermatologist for the New York Yankees.In addition, Dr. Rigel works with many professional and charitable organizations related to his research interests. He served as President of the American Academy of Dermatology and the American Academy of Dermatology Association and also served for 9 years as a Director of the American Board of Dermatology. He is also a Past President of the American Society for Dermatologic Surgery and the American Dermatological Association and is active in the MIT alumni program serving as a Regional Chair of the MIT Educational Counselor program.Dr. Rigel has also received numerous awards and honors including the prestigious American Academy of Dermatology’s Gold Medal – the highest award in the specialty in recognition of a lifetime of achievement, the George B. Morgan Award from MIT recognizing exceptional achievement by an alumnus and the Humanitarian Award of the Melanoma Research Foundation. He has also received the American Cancer Society's National Honor Citation for Skin Cancer Programs and multiple Presidential Citations from the Academy and American Society for Dermatologic Surgery for public education programs in skin cancer.Dr. Rigel enjoys treating and helping improve the lives of patients with melanoma, other skin cancers, pre cancers, sun-damaged skin and high-risk moles.

Robert Rietschel
Michael Bigby
Joyce Rico
Phoebe Rich
Arthur Rhodes
Yvandro Rivitti
Jack Resneck
Jack Resneck Sr.

Retired November 2017

George Reizner
Jonathan Rees
Barbara Reed
Thomas Ray
David Bickers
Desiree Ratner
Ronald Rapini

Ronald P. Rapini MD, was born in Akron, Ohio, and graduated from the University of Akron (B.S.) and The Ohio State University College of Medicine. He has been married to Mary Jo Rapini, a psychotherapist, since 1979.  He has three brothers, two daughters, and three grandchildren. He is currently the Distinguished Chernosky Professor and Chair of the Department of Dermatology at the University of Texas Medical at Houston, and also serves as Professor of Pathology.  He serves as Program Director for the Dermatopathology Fellowship program. He has won many teaching awards, including the Nickel Award of the American Society of Dermatopathology in 2005. He also received the Founder’s Award from the ASDP in 2012. Dr Rapini was the recipient of the annual Robert Freeman Mentoring and Leadership award from the Texas Dermatological Society in 2013. He is past president of several organizations, including the American Board of Dermatology, the American Society of Dermatopathology, the American Society for Mohs Surgery, the Texas Dermatological Society, and the Houston Dermatological Society. He is the author of more than 300 abstracts, books, and journal articles (131 peer-reviewed), and has had more than 440 presentations at major state, national, and international meetings.  He was a former lead editor of the popular dermatology textbook for its first two editions, Dermatology (Elsevier), along with Jean Bolognia and Joseph Jorizzo. His popular single-authored Practical Dermatopathology textbook is one of the top-selling texts in the field.

David Ramsay
Marcia Ramos-e-Silva

Marcia Ramos-e-Silva, MD, PhD Professor and Chair - Sector of Dermatology and Post-Graduation Course in Dermatology School of Medicine and University Hospital Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

M Ramam
Sharon Raimer
Abrar Qureshi
Neil Prose
Howard Pride
Vera Price
Christopher Bichakjian
Rhoda Alani
Melanie Pratt
Frank Powell
David Polsky
Gerd Plewig
Mark Pittelkow
Stephanie Pincus
Warren Piette
Mike Michael Piepkorn
Marta Petersen
Francisco Perez-Atamoros
Jag Bhawan
Alice Pentland
Neal Penneys
David Peng
Giovanni Pellacani
Roger Pearson
Aimee Payne
James W. Patterson
Margaret Parsons
John Parrish
Douglas Parker
Neal Bhatia

Dr. Neal Bhatia is a board-certified dermatologist in San Diego, California.  He serves as Director of Clinical Dermatology at Therapeutics Clinical Research. He is as chief medical editor for Practical Dermatology.  He has a background in immunology and has interests in mechanisms of therapy, skin cancer, and medical dermatology.  Aside from teaching at medical conferences, he sits on several editorial boards and is an active teacher for dermatologists, industry, and patients.   

Lawrence Parish
David Pariser
Art Papier
Amit Pandya
Emiliano Panconesi
Amy Paller
R. Steven Padilla
Donald Owens
Clark Otley
Jean Paul Ortonne
Ashish Bhatia
Jeffrey Orringer
Anthony Oro
Seth Orlow
Thomas Olsen
Elise Olsen

Elise A. Olsen, MD Professor of Dermatology and Medicine Founder and Director, Cutaneous Lymphoma Research and Treatment Center Founder and Director, Hair Disorders Research and Treatment Center Founder and Director, Duke Dermatopharmacology Center Duke University Medical Center

John Olerud
Suzanne Olbricht
Constantin Orfanos
Ernest Beutner
Edward O'Keefe
Muneo Ohkido
Hideoki Ogawa
Marianne O'Donoghue
Julie Odessky
Jorge Ocampo-Candiani
Amanda Oakley
Julia Nunley
Keyvan Nouri
Diane Berson
Arthur Norins
Shigeo Ofuji
Paul Nghiem
Marcy Neuburg
Mark Nestor
Kenneth Neldner
Kishwer Nehal
Mark Naylor
Rhoda Narins
Eric Bernstein
Diya Mutasim
Theodor Naseman
Gillian Murphy
Sigfrid Muller
Ronald Moy
Christen Mowad
Eliot Mostow
Alan Moshell
Samuel Moschella
Brent Moody
Jeffrey Bernhard
Leopoldo Montes
Gary Monheit
Robert Modlin
Yusho Miura
Leonard Milstone
Larry Millikan
Jeffrey Miller
Laurence Miller
Stanley Miller
O. Fred Miller, III
George Mikhail
Giuseppe Micali
Andrew Messenger
Hans Merk
Mary Gail Mercurio
Scott Menzies
Alan Menter
J. Ramsey Mellette
David Mehregan
Darius Mehregan
Paul Bergstresser
N. Scott McNutt
Amy McMichael
David McLean
Lynn Mckinley-Grant
Marilynne McKay
Joseph McGuire, Jr
John McGrath
Charles McDonald
Charles McDonald
Jack McCleary
Wilma F Bergfeld
Murad Alam
Elizabeth McBurney
Theodoro Mauro
Barbara Mathes
Seth Matarasso
Mary Massa
Jose Mascaro
Victor Marks
Branka Marinovic
M. Peter Marinkovich
Timothy Berger
Ashfaq Marghoob
Danielle Marcoux
Stephen Mandy
Mary Maloney
John Maize
Howard Maibach
Kathi Madison
Robin Marks
Jim James Maberry
Peter Lynch
Lionel Bercovitch
Boris Lushniak
George Lupton
Mary Lupo
Markham Luke

Markham C. Luke, MD, PhD is the Director of the Division of Therapeutic Performance (DTP) in the Office of Research and Standards, Office of Generic Drugs. DTP is responsible for facilitating pre-application development of generic drugs by conducting and promoting regulatory science research to establish standards to ensure therapeutic equivalence of new generic drug products. Markham has an MD and a PhD in Pharmacology from Johns Hopkins University and is a dermatologist by training.  Markham has research interests in dermatopharmacology, clinical pharmacology, clinical study design and endpoints assessment (including patient-reported outcomes) for medical, surgical, and aesthetic products and serves as consultant dermatologist to various parts of FDA.  Markham has been at FDA since 1998 serving various roles, including as the Lead Medical Officer for dermatology drugs, Chief Medical Officer and Deputy Director for the Office of Device Evaluation, and as Acting Director for Cosmetics.

Harvey Lui
Thomas Luger
Douglas Lowy
Nicholas Lowe
Torello Lotti
Roger Lo, MD
Richard Bennett
Fu-Tong Liu
Henry Lim
Moise Levy
Stuart Lessin
Barry Leshin
Jack Lesher
Ethan Lerner
Craig Leonardi
Irene Leigh
Kristin Leiferman
Anthony Benedetto
David Leffell
Lela Lee
Sungnack Lee
Ken Lee
Mark Lebwohl
Philip Leboit
Sancy Leachman
Andrew Lazar
Naomi Lawrence
Thomas Lawley
Frederick Beddingfield III,
Jo-Ann Latkowski
Gary Lask
Margaria Larralde
Pearon Lang, Jr
Alfred Lane
W. Clark Lambert
Pui-Yan Kwok
Thomas Kupper
Preya Kullavanijaya
Raj Kubba
Samuel Becker, Jr
Jean Krutmann
James Krueger
Gerald Krueger
Daniela Kroshinsky
Thomas Krieg
Bernice Krafchik
Kenneth Kraemer
Carrie Kovarik
Neil Korman
Alfred Kopf
Lisa Beck
Robert Kirsner
Lloyd King, Jr
Alexa Kimball
Youn Kim
Jenny Kim
Ellen Kim
Suzanne Kilmer
Paul Khavari
Helmut Kerl
Franscico Kerdel-Vegas
Samuel Bean
Francisco Kerdel
Mark Kaufmann

Mark Kaufmann, MD, is a Clinical Professor in the Department of Dermatology at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai in New York City, a position he has held since 1995. He was in solo private practice for 23 years until he joined The Dermatology Group in November 2017. In September 2020, he joined Advanced Dermatology and Cosmetic Surgery as their Chief Medical Officer. He received his medical degree from New York University School of Medicine, completing residency training in dermatology at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine in the Bronx, New York. He is board certified in dermatology. Dr. Kaufmann served as President of the American Academy of Dermatology in 2022-2023. He has served on the AAD Board of Directors, as well as countless AAD committees, and has chaired many of them as well. He also serves as an advisor to the Academy RUC team (Relative Value Scale Update Committee) - a position he has held for over a decade. Dr. Kaufmann’s contributions to the American Academy of Dermatology have been recognized by his receiving a Presidential Citation in 2013, 2014, 2015, 2017, 2020, and 2022. With many articles published on the topic of health information technology, Dr. Kaufmann is a frequent national lecturer, including the annual meetings of the American Academy of Dermatology, and other societies, and grand rounds.

Stephen Katz
Robert Katz
Andreas Katsambas
Daniel Kaplan
Sewon Kang
Ana Kaminsky
Lenore Kakita
Jacqueline Junkins Hopkins
Leslie Baumann
Joseph Jorizzo
Robert Jordon
Marie-Louise Johnson
Waine Johnson
Timothy Johnson
Nathaniel Jellinek
William James

William D. James, M.D. graduated from the United States Military Academy at West Point in 1972 and the Indiana University School of Medicine in 1977. After his residency training in San Francisco, Dr. James spent twelve years at the Walter Reed Army Medical Center the last eight of which was as Chief of Dermatology. In 1995, Dr. James joined the Department of Dermatology at the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine. Currently he is the Paul R. Gross Professor of Dermatology. Dr. James served as President of the American Academy of Dermatology in 2010. He has received the Gold Medal, the Master of Dermatology award and the inaugural William James mentorship award from the AAD. Dr. James has delivered over 350 invited lectures and has received several local and national teaching and service awards. He has published over 365 articles and 35 book chapters and has written or edited 24 books, including the 8th, 9th, 10th, 11th, 12th and 13th editions of Andrews’ Disease of the Skin. He is the founding Editor and co-Editor in Chief of the internet based Medscape Dermatology reference. This worldwide effort includes the work of over 750 authors and eighty-five editors and provides free up-to-date information on hundreds of skin diseases. He is especially proud of his role in teaching and mentoring 160 residents and fellows over a 32-year career as residency director.

James Jackson
Edward Jones
Eugene Bauer
David Adelson
Rivkah Isseroff
Yasumasa Ishibashi
Sadao Imamura
Sharon Hymes
Sam Hwang
Eva Hurst
Arthur Huntley
John Hunter
George Hruza
Thomas Horn
Rodney Basler
Maria Hordinsky
Antoinette Hood
Juan Honeyman
Karen Holbrook
Maria Theresa Hojyo-Tomoka
Herbert Honigsmann
Helmut Hintner
Whitney High
Janet Hickman
Terry Barrett
Warren Heymann
Ronald Henrichs
Thomas Helm
Adelaide Hebert
Charles Heaton
Harley Haynes
John Hawk
Tissa Hata
Julie Harper
Chris Harmon MD
Ronald Barr
Rudolph Happle
Ronald Hansen
C. William Hanke
Jon M Hanifin
Eckhart Haneke
Evangeline Handog
Allan Halpern
Russell Hall, III
Rebat Halder
Emma Guttman
Victoria Barbosa
Joan Guitart
Marc Grossman
Pearl Grimes
Christopher Griffiths
James Grichnik
Roy Grekin
Kenneth Greer
Hubert Greenway, Jr
Robert Greenberg
Charles Greenbaum
Hilary Baldwin
Malcolm Greaves
Jane Grant-Kels
Richard Granstein
Robin Graham-Brown
Gloria Graham
Alice Gottlieb
Kenneth Gordon
Ernesto Gonzalez
Bernardo Gontijo
Robert Goltz
Diane Baker
Loren Golitz
Lowell Goldsmith
Herbert Goldschmidt
Mitchel Goldman
Glenn Goldman
David Goldberg

Medical Director, Skin Laser & Surgery SpecialistsDirector of Cosmetic Dermatology and Clinical ResearchSchweiger Dermatology Group Clinical Professor of DermatologyPast Director of Mohs Surgery and Laser ResearchIcahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai Adjunct Professor of LawFordham Law SchoolNew York, NY 10022

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Andrew Franks, Jr. MD

I was born and raised in Manhattan, a few blocks away from Bellevue Hospital. My father graduated from NYU School of Medicine in 1932 and was Clinical Professor of Dermatology and a Chief of Service during the tenure of Marion Sulzberger and Rudolf Baer. I am honored to have personally known them both. Our home frequently hosted the Department’s evening discussions of patients and current research. I was an avid listener, and realized early, the great personal reward derived from helping people who were ill. I trained at NYU Washington Square, New York Medical College, Mt. Sinai and Columbia Presbyterian and became Board Certified in Internal Medicine, Dermatology and Rheumatology. My goal was to care for people with autoimmune conditions affecting the skin especially lupus erythematosus. My research began in 1979 on fibrinogen degradation products in lupus under the mentorship of Drs. Dorothy Estes and Jane Morse at both Rockefeller and Columbia University, published in the Journal of Investigative Dermatology. In 1982, while working under Dr. E. Carwile Leroy at The Columbia Presbyterian Scleroderma Center, I studied the use of topical nitroglycerin for the treatment of Raynaud's phenomenon and digital ulcers, published in The Lancet, which received international recognition leading to an Exceptional Research Award presented at the University of Hamburg. I then became knowledgeable in the use of extracorporeal photopheresis working with Dr. Richard Edelson. This led to discovering its positive benefit in scleroderma fibrosis, published in 1993 in The International Journal of Dermatology. I also utilized a monoclonal antibody directed against IL-12/23 for the treatment of skin lupus, published in 2011 in The Archives of Dermatology. In 2012, I published on botulinum toxin for treatment of Raynaud’s phenomenon in patients with scleroderma and lupus in the Archives of Dermatology. Then I conducted the first trial of the PDE-4 inhibitor apremilast in the treatment of cutaneous lupus erythematosus, published in The Journal of Drugs in Dermatology in 2012. I also participated in the early outcome assessment on skin lupus of the human monoclonal antibody belimumab with Drs. Jill Buyon and Anca Askanase in the NYU Department of Rheumatology, a breakthrough treatment published in Arthritis & Rheumatism in 2012. In collaboration with Dr. Bruce Cronstein at the NYU Division of Translational Medicine, I studied the effects of the pro-fibrotic cytokines IL-33 and IL-13 and their modulation of dermal fibrosis via the A2A adenosine receptor. This research was published in The Journal of Investigative Dermatology, The Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology, and Arthritis and Rheumatism. My most cherished recognitions include NYU School of Medicine’s Outstanding Teacher Award from the Alpha Omega Alpha Chapter, the NYU School of Medicine Career Achievement Award, and The Medical Dermatology Society Career Achievement Award. My wife Linda K. Franks is also a professor at NYU School of Medicine in the Department of Dermatology and we have been blessed by our association with so many dear colleagues, mentees and friends.

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Dirk Elston

Dr. Elston is Professor and Chairman of the Department of Dermatology and Dermatologic Surgery at the Medical University of South Carolina, in Charleston.   Has has more than 30 years experience in heath care delivery including more than two decades of involvement in health policy, quality, models of care and medical coding.  He has testified before congress on physician reimbursement and has worked on behalf of the American Medical Association and the Institute of Medicine on issues of quality, patient access and reimbursement. Dr Elston is Editor of the Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology, and has served as president of both the American Academy of Dermatology and the American Society of Dermatopathology.   He is an Honorary Professor at China Medical University in Shenyang China and Guest Professor at the Xiangya School of Medicine, Central South University in Changsha, China and an honorary member of the German Dermatological Society.Dr. Elston is a graduate of Jefferson Medical College, did his dermatology residency at Walter Reed Medical Center and a dermatopathology fellowship at the Cleveland Clinic.  He is the author of over 541 peer reviewed publications and 75 textbook chapters.  He is the Associate Editor in Chief of eMedicine dermatology, is one of lead authors of Andrews Diseases of the Skin and Editor in Chief of the Requisites in Dermatology series of textbooks.  He received the 2020 American Academy of Dermatology Gold Medal in recognition of commitment and service to the specialty of dermatology, 2008 Walter Nickel Award for Excellence in Dermatopathology Education and the 2013 Founder’s Award of the American Society of Dermatopathology.  Other teaching awards include the UIC, Rush and Cook County Dermatology residents teaching award, St Luke’s-Roosevelt Volunteer Teacher of the Year Award, Brooke Army Medical Center Department of Medicine Outstanding Teacher Award, Brooke Army Medical Center Department of Pathology Outstanding Teacher Award, and the Darl Vanderplueg Excellence in Teaching Award.

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Charles Ellis

Charles N. Ellis, MD, is Professor Emeritus of Dermatology in the University of Michigan Medical School. He continues his teaching and clinical practice at the Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Ann Arbor, an affiliate hospital of the University of Michigan Health System.For nearly forty years, he served the University of Michigan Department of Dermatology in multiple roles including as William B. Taylor Professor and Associate Chair; director of the Residency Training Program; and director of the Clinical Research Unit. For the Medical Center, he was the Founder and Director of the Department of Service Excellence. For over 30 years, he was Chief of the Dermatology Service at the VA Ann Arbor Hospital.Dr. Ellis has been named an Honored Member of the American Academy of Dermatology for his contributions to the specialty. He received the Walter B. Shelley, MD, Leadership Award from the Women's Dermatology Society for his outstanding support of women in dermatology throughout his career.  At the University of Michigan, he received the H. R. Johnson Award for Leadership in Diversity. In the University’s Health System, Dr. Ellis has been recognized as a “doctor’s doctor” and was chosen as an Inaugural Member of the Medical School’s League of Educational Excellence and named to its Academy of Medical Educators.Dr. Ellis received his medical degree from the University of Michigan Medical School with Distinction in Research and served his residency in the University’s Department of Dermatology.Dr. Ellis has published more than 250 journal articles and book chapters. Several different citation analyses determined that he is among the dozen most-referenced dermatologists in the world.

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Steven Cohen

David E. Cohen, MD, MPH.Dr. Cohen is The Charles C. and Dorothea E. Harris Professor and Vice Chairman for Clinical Affairsfor the Ronald O Perelman Department of Dermatology of New York University School of Medicine and leads the Section on Occupational and Environmental Dermatology.  He joined the NYU faculty in 1994 and his work has concentrated on inflammatory skin diseases, cutaneous allergic and toxic reactions to exogenous and photo-reactive chemicals, and the interaction of environmental stressors on the skin.   He was empaneled by the Institute of Medicine to study the Federal Response to the Health Effects Associated with the Gulf of Mexico Oil Spill.  He received CDC funding to develop abioterrorism preparedness plan for skin infections caused by Anthax for the federally mandated “Healthy People 2010 Goals for People Prepared for Emerging Threats.”  The New York City Department of Health has consulted with Dr. Cohen to evaluate the cutaneous effects of the World Trade Center attack; and he has worked with the National Institutes of Occupational Safety and Health to discover new allergens in the workplace.Dr. Cohen is Past President of the American Dermatological Association, and served as President of the American Contact Dermatitis Society, the Dermatology Section of the New York Academy of Medicine, and the New York Dermatological Association. He served as a founding board member for the American Acne and Rosacea society, and led the national guidelines of care for individuals with Latex allergy and served on the panel to establish the national guidelines of care for Atopic Dermatitis; both for the American Academy of Dermatology. He has authored 107 articles and 22 book chapters, and has lectured nationally and internationally on a variety of Dermatologic disorders.  He served on his community’s Board of Education for 9 years and as President for 2 years.  In October, 2016, he was awarded the title of Master Clinician, New York University’s highest honor for a clinician and is bestowed to a single physician in the medical center per year.  Dr. Cohen received his MD from the State University of New York at Stony Brook School of Medicine, his Masters of Public Health at Columbia University, and served as an Intern at Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center, a Dermatology resident from the New York University Medical Center and a resident in Occupational and Environmental Medicine from Columbia University School of Public Health.

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