In July 2015, Dr. Redbord became the president of the Washington D.C. Dermatological Society, whose membership is composed of dermatologists in the D.C.-metropolitan area, including Northern Virginia and Maryland.
No one is completely immune from warts, but some people are more susceptible to these unattractive skin growths, one expert says.
Psoriasis is perhaps the most studied of all dermatologic disorders, affecting over 7 million individuals in the United States alone.
Dr. Adam Friedman offers his insight in this article on TIME.com.
The way Dr. Adam Friedman sees it, dermatologists deserve a prominent place at the table when it comes to the treatment of acute and chronic wounds.
A special issue of Future Science OA, guest edited by Dr. Adam Friedman, examines current research in Nitric Oxide, focusing on delivery and detection strategies in medicine.
For the first time in decades, there is a healthy pipeline of new eczema drugs in development, including the first biologic drug indicated for moderate to severe eczema. All this development will bring profound change for physicians.