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Dermatology Residency Blog of Elyse Love, MD
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by ELYSE LOVE, MD on
We are excited to share an excerpt from the dermatology blog of Elyse Love, MD - NYC Dermatology Resident. Discover why residency is "way harder" than she expected. First 3 Months of Dermatology Residency - Dermatology is Way Hard First, let me start this by saying - I pinch myself every single day that I get to do a job I love for the rest of my life. I have somehow been blessed with, in my opi …
I Wish I Had Known: How to Find Your Niche in Dermatology
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by EUPHEMIA W. MU, MD on
I approached dermatology residency like a Las Vegas buffet. Mesmerized by the wide variety, I dove in head first and filled my plate with everything in sight. My mentors were a bit bemused (or perhaps just exasperated) when at various points I seriously considered applying in pediatrics, procedural, and dermatopathology fellowships. Most residents have a diverse array of interests and talents, so …
Young Physician Spotlight: Jeremy Brauer MD
Young Physician Spotlight
by Next Steps In Derm Team on
Jeremy A. Brauer MD, Director of Clinical Research at the Laser & Skin Surgery Center of New York Next Steps (NS): In regards to dermatology, what are your special areas of interest? Dr. Jeremy Brauer (JB): I am completing fellowship in my primary areas of interest--Mohs micrographic surgery, laser surgery, and clinical research. More specifically, I have an interest in melanoma and non-m …
Stay Up-to-date with Literature Review
Literature Review
by Next Steps In Derm Team on
Because keeping up with the latest and greatest in the world of dermatology literature is no easy feat. The breadth of information is staggering and with the pressures of increasing patient loads to combat the tumultuous changes in healthcare, who has time to sit back, relax, and read every dermatology journal? Given the speed at which new research translates into new diagnostics and treatments, f …