In the decades that Dermatology Times reporters have covered the specialty, we’ve had the pleasure of profiling the specialty’s champions. Some shared their professional accomplishments, while others revealed unknown aspects of their personal lives. Here just some of the interesting tidbits from years’ past.
Dean Celia, our original managing editor, reflects the beginning of Dermatology Times and the medical editors, Dr. Ronald Wheeland and Dr. Norman Levine, who ensured the publication focused on the key industry developments that mattered most to practicing dermatologists.
When George Martin, M.D., was doing his dermatology residency at UCLA in the mid-1980s, psoriasis was considered a disorder of keratinization.
As Dermatology Times celebrates 40 years of continuous publication, we asked Dr. Levine to share his thoughts on his years of contribution to the publication.
To celebrate the 40th Anniversary of Dermatology Times, we asked our Editorial Advisory Board members to reflect on the publication and how the practice of dermatology has changed over the past 40 years. In this article, Dr. Wheeland reviews his years of involvement with the Dermatology Times and what has happened in the dermatologic surgery world over those same years.