• Department of Dermatology 2020

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44th Annual Southeastern Consortium for Dermatology

2021 Virtual Program hosted by Emory University

November 12 -14, 2021

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The mission of the Southeastern Consortium For Dermatology (SEC) is to support the education and collaboration of Dermatologists.  






Upcoming Events

Dermatology Virtual
Grand Rounds

Thursday, October 21st, 2021
8:00 - 8:30 am

"pT4b Melanoma Arising in a Pediatric
Giant Congenital Nevus:
Lessons Learned
Through Multidisciplinary Care."

Harrison Nguyen, MD, MBA, MPH 
Chief Resident in Dermatology

Trevor Hansen, MD
Chief Resident in Dermatology

8:30 - 9:30 am

"Mohs Surgery for Melanoma:  
Case Study and Change"

Christopher J. Miller, MD
Louis A. Duhring, MD 
Professor of Dermatology 
University of Pennsylvania
Director, Penn Dermatology
Oncology Center
Program Director,
Micrographic Surgery and 
Dermatologic Oncology Fellowship

Pre-Registration Required for Virtual Attendance

Welcome from the Chair

Robert A. Swerlick The Department of Dermatology at the Emory University School of Medicine plays important roles locally, regionally, nationally, and internationally. Our primary focus is on skin diseases and the patients affected by them.  We look at the problems associated with skin disease from a variety of perspectives both local and global. While we care for individual patients and train learners one at a time, we also view discovery and training from a big picture viewpoint, examining molecular pathways driving skin disorders, skin diseases at population health levels, or perspectives on how to train a healthcare workforce to deal with skin diseases in populations of the future, here and abroad.  More...

Recent Publications

Skin Lightening Practices, Awareness of Social Drivers, and the Role of Regulation in Between 
Yuangao Liu, Kathleen E. Spitz, and Harrison P. Nguyen 

Regulation of Skin Lightening Agents in the United States and Implications for Public Health
Yuangao Liu, Loren D. Krueger, and Harrison P. Nguyen

Distinct Compartmentalization of Immune Cells and Mediators Characterizes Bullous Pemphigoid Disease
Camilla Margaroli, Bridget Bradley, Cecilia Thompson, Milton R. Brown, Vincent D. Giacalone, Lopa Bhatt, Benjamin Stoff, Sanjeev Ahuja, Eric Springman, Rabindra Tirouvanziam, and Ron J. Feldman 

Angiofibroma Stimulation in a Transgender Person Receiving Gender-Affirming Testosterone
Jeffrey A. Bubley, Howa Yeung, Emily Cole, Mariam Amin, Douglas Parker, and Jack L. Arbiser

Pembrolizumab-Induced Lichen Planus Pemphigoides in a Patient with Metastatic Merkel Cell Carcinoma
Chase W. Kwon, Rajini K. Murthy, Ragini Kudchadkar, and Benjamin K. Stoff