Mario E. Lacouture, MD

Mario E. Lacouture, MD

I am a board-certified dermatologist with special interest in dermatologic conditions that result from cancer treatments. My clinical career has been focused on the recognition and management of side effects affecting the skin, hair, and nails of cancer patients and survivors. These effects can occur as a consequence of chemotherapy, radiation therapy, or therapeutic transplants.

To ensure that dermatologic side effects do not affect quality of life and the consistent administration of anticancer therapies, I founded the SERIES (Skin and Eye Reactions to Inhibitors of EGFR and kinases) Clinic, an interdisciplinary effort comprising patient care, education, and research. This clinical program is unique in that it provides pre-treatment counseling and preventive efforts in order to minimize the development of side effects, as well as rapid attention to those patients who develop them. Close communication with treating oncologists ensures that interventions against side effects do not affect the effectiveness of cancer treatments. In summary, the ultimate goal is to ensure the best dermatology-related quality of life and benefit from anticancer treatments.

Location
Phone
212-610-0079
Clinical Expertise

Dermatologic Side Effects of Cancer Treatment

Languages Spoken
English; Italian; Spanish
Education

MD, Javeriana University (Colombia)

Residencies

Cleveland Clinic Foundation; University of Chicago

Fellowships

Brigham and Women’s Hospital

Board Certifications

Dermatology

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