UMN Medical School Faculty Featured for Dermatologic Expertise

The latest edition of MetroDoctors focuses on advances in Dermatology covering a broad number of topics and including contributions from several of our faculty physicians. 

The issue, called “Faces of Dermatology,” looks at the latest research, upcoming therapies, treatments, exciting advancements, and more, in the field. The articles draw from the knowledge of leading experts to answer questions about the latest treatment options, when to refer patients, and the future of the practice of Dermatology as a whole.

  • Colleague Interview: A Conversation with Maria Hordinsky, MD, professor and Chair of Dermatology and UMPhysicians dermatologist
  • Treating Skin of Color, Charles E. Crutchfield, III, MD, clinical professor of Dermatology
  • Melanoma: An Update on Treatment Options, Lori Fiessinger, MD, assistant professor, Department of Dermatology and UMPhysicians dermatologist, and Evidio Domingo-Musibay, MD, assistant professor in the Division of Hematology, Oncology and Transplantation and UMPhysicians Melanoma specialist
  • Dermatomyositis: Five Cutaneous Clues, David R. Pearson, MD, Assistant Professor, Department of Dermatology and UMPhysicians dermatologist

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