I am a board-certified dermatologist with fellowship training in melanoma, Mohs micrographic surgery, dermatologic surgery, and laser surgery. Mohs surgery is a tissue-sparing surgery. It ensures the complete removal of the skin cancer while preserving the maximal amount of normal surrounding tissue. I also specialize in the diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of skin cancers, especially melanoma. To manage high-risk skin cancer patients, I use whole-body photography, dermoscopy, and computerized digital imaging systems. In addition, I am actively involved in clinical research, with a focus on developing cutting-edge technologies for the non-invasive diagnosis of skin cancer.
- Clinical Expertise: Mohs Micrographic Surgery; Prevention and Detection of Melanoma in High-Risk Patients; Basal Cell Carcinoma; Squamous Cell Carcinoma; Dysplastic Nevi; and Skin Cancers in Transplant Patients.
- Languages Spoken: English
- Education: MD, Albert Einstein College of Medicine
- Residencies: University of Minnesota School of Medicine; New York University School of Medicine
- Fellowships: New York University School of Medicine; Mohs Fellowship Houston, Texas
- Board Certifications: Dermatology; Mohs Micrographic Surgery
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