Colleen Powers, MD


Dermatologic differences in a diverse population

Understanding the difference in biology and clinical presentations of cutaneous conditions in different skin types is critical for health care professionals to treat a diverse population.

Emmy Graber, MD, MBA


The Latest Updates in Isotretinoin With Emmy Graber, MD

Graber discusses isotretinoin dosing and monitoring pearls at SCALE 2023.

Sonya Kenkare, MD, FAAD


Utilizing Multidisciplinary Solutions for Itch

Sonya Kenkare, MD, explains her approach to itch and the support system of multiple specialties to help a pediatric patient with atopic dermatitis.

Katherine McKay


Aircrews Face Increased Risk of Developing Skin Cancer

Frequent fliers, including pilots and cabin crew, are exposed to greater levels of UV and cosmic ionizing radiation than the general population, leading to higher incidence of skin cancers.

Todd Schlesinger, MD, FAAD


Frontline Forum Part 4: Improving Basal Cell Carcinoma Management

In the final part of this Frontline Forum series, Brent Moody, MD; Sarah Arron, MD, PhD; Justine Cohen, DO; Emily Ruiz, MD, MPH; and Todd Schlesinger, MD, review 4 real-world clinical cases of BCC and the treatments they utilized.

Hayley Virgil


Atezolizumab Combo Results in Intracranial Activity in BRAFV600+ Melanoma

Second-line end points of the TRICOTEL trial assessing atezolizumab plus vemurafenib and cobimetinib in melanoma with central nervous system metastases appear consistent with primary efficacy end points.

Charmaine Yuan


Treatment of Plaque Psoriasis in Children

A variety of topicals and biologics are now available to treat children affected by this challenging condition.



Dermatological Conditions and the Relationship to Self-Image

It is important for pediatric and family nurse practitioners caring for patients with dermatological conditions to be comfortable talking about the conditions with children, adolescents, and their parents.

Craig Blanchfield, CFA


Looking Beyond High Inflation

Positioning your portfolio for price stability and growth.

Beth Goldstein, MD


Aircrews Face Increased Risk of Developing Skin Cancer

Frequent fliers, including pilots and cabin crew, are exposed to greater levels of UV and cosmic ionizing radiation than the general population, leading to higher incidence of skin cancers.

Raegan Hunt, MD, PhD


Reflections on Decision-Making in Pediatric Dermatology

Smidt and Hunt offer insights on navigating pediatric dermatology decision-making, emphasizing learning from clinical scenarios and fostering a culture of feedback and improvement.

Amy Reyes


Verrica develops a solution for common warts

Dr. Matt Davidson, Ph.D., wanted to find an effective and affortable treatment for the recurring common warts on his hands, which has lead him to become one of the youngest, if not youngest, pharmaceutical company pioneers in the country. 

Eve Lowenstein, MD, PhD


Image IQ: When is a biopsy required?

In this quiz, Kaivon Sobhani, B.S., and, Eve Lowenstein, M.D., Ph.D., FAAD, address dermatofibrosarcoma protuberans (DFSP), keloids, hypertrophic scars and dermatofibromas.

John Jesitus, MA


Antioxidants for Vitiligo and Mental Health

Research has begun to explore natural compounds that address the oxidative stress, autoimmunity, and altered melanogenesis that drive vitiligo pathogenesis.

John Schieszer


UV sensor as nail art

 La Roche-Posay is developing a nail art version of My UV Patch with clinical trials to start this year.

Karen Appold


The history of aesthetic lasers

Learn about the evolution of aesthetic lasers from their theoretical origins to the advanced medical devices we have today.

Lisette Hilton


BPDCN patients at increased risk of second primary malignancies

Rare aggressive cutaneous lymphoma puts patients at risk of thyroid and non-lymphocytic leukemia second primary malignancies, researchers say.

Wayne Kuznar


Topical sirolimus shows positive results in two studies

Topical sirolimus may provide a less-invasive treatment option for patients with angiofibroma, according to recent studies.

Whitney J. Palmer


Research gains traction for hidradenitis suppurativa

Efforts are underway to identify new therapeutic methods that can offer improved outcomes for patients with hidradenitis suppurativa.

Randy Dotinga


Current thinking on acne management

Traditional treatments remain important parts of the dermatologist's armamentarium for acne management, but other drugs have begun to play a role, too. Meanwhile, research is offering new insight into the causes of acne. Stay up to date on the latest insight into acne's pathogenesis, evaluation and treatment.  Participate in this forum.

Jessica Sprague, M.D.


Pediatric dermatology updates

In this article, Drs. Lawrence Eichenfield and Jessica Sprague review some of the most significant findings and developments in pediatric dermatology from the last year beginning with the availability of biologic agents for pediatric psoriasis and atopic dermatitis.

Amy Reyes


Clinical photography dos and don'ts

The need for clear images of cutaneous conditions is more critical in dermatology than perhaps any other specialty. In this article, we feature the photography of Dr. Justin Finch who leads the clinical photography program in dermatology at the University of Connecticut Health Center in Farmington, Conn. Dr. Finch shares his photography tips in this “How To” guide.

Stephanie Stephens


7 tips to get the most from your social media posts

Dr. Day presents her best tips on approaching social media channels as a tool to engage with potential patients, knowing your audience and sharing the latest science and trends in dermatology. 

Eve J. Lowenstein, M.D., Ph.D.


Challenging skin cancer diagnoses

In this installment of our melanoma case studies series, we focus on common cancers in unusual locations versus uncommon cancers in classic locations.

Kavita Darji, M.D.


Quiz: Acral lentiginous melanoma

In this installment of our melanoma case studies series, we focus on factors associated with acral lentiginous melanoma.

Dermatology Times Staff


Partner Q&A: Spherix Global Insights' Role in Shaping the Future of Dermatology

Dermatology Times is pleased to introduce one of our newest partners, Spherix Global Insights. Learn more about their vision and plans to leverage knowledge to support dermatology.

Ingrid Torjesen


Pearls for improving sleep in atopic dermatitis patients

Researchers of a recent paper highlight advice physicians can give atopic dermatitis patients to improve their sleep and quality of life.

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