• Department of Dermatology 2020

In the News

A Message of Solidarity from the Department of Dermatology 

Emory University will hold an Online Vigil of Solidarity in rememberance of victims of racist violence to be held on Friday, June 5th at 4pm

COVID-19:  Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) for our patients on Immunomodulators.



Upcoming Events

Dermatology Virtual Grand Rounds

Thursday, June 4, 2020
8:00-10:00 am

"The Utility of Store-and-Forward Clinical and
   Dermoscopic Photographs for Triaging
   Skin Lesions in the COVID Era"

Tova Rogers, MD, MFA
Resident Physician
Chief Resident, Curriculm
Department of Dermatology 
Emory University

Resident Research Forum Day


30th Annual Dermatology Day


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

Propranolol Exhibits Activity Against Hemangiomas Independent of Beta Blockade
Maiko Sasaki, Paula E. North, Justin Elsey, Jeffrey Bubley, Shikha Rao, Yoonhee Jung, Shengnan Wu, Ming-Hui Zou,  Brian P. Pollack, Jayanth Kumar,  Hartej Singh, and Jack L. Arbiser

Crushed It: Elucidation of Systemic Vasculitis Caused by Injected Hydromorphone Tablets via Skin Biopsy.
Robin Rolader, Brian Bishop, Zachary W. Eyre, and Justin T. Cheeley

Triple Therapy with Intralesional 5-Fluorouracil, Chemowraps, and Acitretin: A Well-Tolerated Option for Treatment of Widespread Cutaneous Squamous Cell Carcinomas on the Legs
Iviensan F. Manalo, Michael C. Lowe, Kelly C. Nelson, and Suephy C. Chen

E-Cigarette Dermatitis
Timothy E. Holland and Salma de la Feld

Phosphoinositide 3-Kinase Signaling Can Modulate MHC Class I and II Expression
Sanjay Chandrasekaran, Maiko Sasaki, Christopher D. Scharer, Haydn T. Kissick, Dillon G. Patterson, Kelly R. Magliocca, John T. Seykora, Bishu Sapkota, David A. Gutman, Lee A. Cooper, Gregory B. Lesinski, Edmund K. Waller, Susan N. Thomas, Sergei V. Kotenko, Jeremy M. Boss, Carlos S. Moreno, Robert A. Swerlick and Brian P. Pollack

Patient Educational Information

For educational information regarding dermatology-related conditions, please click HERE.

For educational information regarding pediatric-dermatology related conditions, please click HERE.

For educational information regarding Autoimmune Blistering Diseases, please click HERE.