Terry Faleye, MPAS, PA-C


Take-Home Pearls on the Management of Plaque Psoriasis

Alexa Hetzel, MS, PA-C; Jennifer Conner, MPAS, PA-C; Terry Faleye, MPAS, PA-C; Laura Bush, DMSc, PA-C; and Lakshi Aldredge, MSN, ANP-BC, share take-home messages regarding the treatment of patients with plaque psoriasis, highlighting listening to and educating patients.

Boni Elewski, MD


Resources for Patients With GPP

Boni Elewski, MD, shares resources for patients with GPP, highlighting a team-based approach to meet the psychological and physical needs of the patient.

Gina Mauro


FDA Grants Orphan Drug Status to ITIL-168 for Melanoma

The FDA has granted an Orphan Drug designation to the investigational tumor-infiltrating lymphocyte therapy ITIL-168 for the treatment of patients with stage IIB to IV melanoma.

Atoosa Kourosh, MD, MPH


Navigating Nutrition Support For Patients With Atopic Dermatitis

Atoosa Kourosh, MD, MPH, delves into opportunities for allergists and dermatologists to collaborate, her approach to cases, and patient resources.

Kristina Collins, MD


Finding Balance in a Busy Conference Season

Kristina Collins, MD, delves into the importance of being present in the moments you have control over and making self-care a priority on the road.

Carrie Nagorka, Senior Editor


Preparing Patients for the Summer Sun: Location, Location, Location

Leading clinicians discuss sun protection best practices based on weather, climate, and travel needs.

Brandon May


Acne Flares May be Worsened by Climate Change

Changes in the cutaneous microbiome triggered by warmer temperatures and increased UV radiation may stimulate C. acnes growth.

Sherry G. Cohen, NP-C


Treating Seborrheic Dermatitis

A look at the common condition and how to treat it.

Amit Pandya, MD


Advancing Medical Treatments for Vitiligo With Amit Pandya, MD, FAAD

Pandya gives an in-depth overview of his vitiligo treatment pearls from the 2023 Pigmentary Disorders Exchange Symposium.

Raj Chovatiya, MD, PhD


Delving Into the Nitty Gritty of AD Nomenclature

Raj Chovatiya, MD, PhD, dissects the nomenclature of atopic dermatitis and shares the importance of understanding other conditions under the eczema umbrella.

Ron Southwick


Female physicians earn millions less than male counterparts, new report finds

A new study on the gender pay gap in medicine examined earnings data from more than 80,000 doctors.

Victor L. Quan, MD


Acne Update: 2022’s Top 5 Trends

Fresh spins on established treatments and newly FDA-approved drugs and devices provide a framework for changing therapies and modalities for acne regimens.

Özge Uluçkan, PhD


Expert Insights Into the Relationship Between the Hippo Pathway and Extensive Fibrosis in HS

Researchers from the University of Michigan and Almirall found that the profibrotic fibroblast response in HS can be modulated through inhibition of the Hippo pathway.

Mike Siegel, PhD


Mike Siegel, PhD: What's Coming Up in 2024 for PeDRA

In an interview with Dermatology Times, the executive director of Pediatric Dermatology Research Alliance (PeDRA) discusses the group's growth since 2012 and what it can offer practicing dermatologists, researchers, students, and patients.

John Strasswimmer, MD, PhD


Expert Perspectives on BOLT clinical trial data

John Strasswimmer, MD, PhD comments on the impressive utility of both vismodegib and sonidegib in patients with advanced basal cell carcinoma and Jonathan S Zager, MD, FACS, FSSO provides his insight into the clinical utility of both of these treatments.

Kristen Coppock, MA


COVID-19 study shows impact on patients with PsO, other autoimmune problems

Ardon Health patients with autoimmune conditions have expressed common questions and concerns about COVID-19.

Jayme M. Heim, MSN, FNP-BC


Frontline Forum Part 3: Topical Therapy for Corticosteroid-Responsive Dermatoses

Experts discuss enhancing patient outcomes, comparing clobetasol cream concentrations, and more.

Melodie Young, MSN, ANP-C


Creating Goals Ahead of Psoriasis Action Month

Melodie Young, MSN, ANP-c, shares pearls on why prioritizing skin checks during Psoriasis Action Month in August is critical.

Michael Lewellen, CFP


Dealing With Student Loan Debt: How to Budget for Repayment and Other Financial Goals

In this month’s Finance & Practice Management column, we illustrate the importance of developing and maintaining a budget for physicians at all stages of their careers.

Mike Hennessy Jr, CEO


Springing Into the Latest Research in Dermatology

In an introduction to our April publication, explore an overview of topics covered in this issue and an introduction to our Spring Editor in Chief, Aaron Farberg, MD.

Elle de Moll, MD


Partner with Hair Stylists and Give Them the Knowledge to Spot Scalp Concerns

The HEROES program wants to make it easier for stylists to recognize scalp conditions and advise their clients to seek medical help.

Jennifer Grebow


Topical Skin Care Probiotics Made With New Technology Yield Numerous Benefits

The benefits include more accurate bacteria cell counts, more efficacious strains, and improved shelf life compared to non-heat-treated probiotics.

Pearl Steinzor


Rates, Incidence of Skin Cancer Found to be Higher in Patients With Skin of Color and in Rural Communities

Two posters at the AAD Annual Meeting examined disparities in skin cancer survival between urban and rural areas and assessed how having skin of color affects this.

David Norris, MD


Five Financial Ratios to Watch to Track Your Practice’s Financial Health

These ratios will help you determine the level of financial stability of your practice and help you make better decisions for your future.

Todd Shryock


Telemedicine Still Popular with Patients, but There are Concerns

Patients prefer virtual appointments for common ailments, but question the quality of care.

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