In this episode, Candrice Heath, M.D., sits down to discuss her recent presentation at the 2020 Skin of Color Update about clinical pearls for kids, tweens and teens with skin of color. Dr. Heath also explains the most common skin conditions for this patient group, treatment challenges, and much more.
In this episode, UIC medical students Kayla Clark and Gina Alvarado Jones, along with UIC Dermatology Department Head Maria Tsoukas, M.D. Ph.D., discuss their recently published analysis in JAAD, which takes a look at skin of color representation in medical education.
This episode discusses how to become a pediatric dermatologist, including the associated benefits, compensation and responsibilities with Heather Brandling-Bennett, M.D.
This episode dives into emerging research regarding probiotics specifically tailored to treat psoriasis and possibly other inflammatory skin diseases.
This episode discusses a recent survey conducted by the International Society of Dermatology’s Climate Change Committee involving climate change and its effect on skin diseases throughout the world with one of its committee members, Sarah Coates, M.D.
With summer in full swing, this episode takes a look at how social media can influence sun protection use in teens and young adults, and why certain ingredients in sunscreens are considered controversial.
In our first episode of The Cutaneous Connection, Adam Friedman, M.D., FAAD, discusses his recent presentation at the first virtual American Academy of Dermatology meeting about cannabinoids use in dermatology.
Dermatology Times talked with several experts over the course of the Fall Clinical Dermatology meeting to glean practical insights from their presentations.