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Adam Friedman, MD, Named Senior Editor for Derm In-Review

Adam FriedmanFurthering the noticeable impact he has made in educating dermatology residents, Adam Friedman, MD, associate professor of dermatology at the George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences, was recently named senior editor for Derm In-Review.

Friedman will serve as the third senior editor for the year-long program, which includes a comprehensive online practice exam and study system for residents. Derm In-Review partners with seasoned dermatologists who are able to provide guidance and lead editorial efforts.

“Derm In-Review is an important tool for residents preparing to take their in-service and certification exams, as well as those recertifying every ten years,” said Friedman. “I look forward to adapting and updating the materials to meet the recent, extensive changes in formatting and content to the boards.”

As senior editor, Friedman will have full responsibility for the editorial integrity of all program components, including oversight of both overall content creation and the revamping process to align with the format and specifications of the newly released American Board of Dermatology’s Exam of the Future. He will have final publishing approval.

Friedman is known for his forward-thinking approach when it comes to resident training and research in dermatology. In addition to his role as senior editor, Friedman will continue has chair of the Derm In-Review Advisory Council, acting as a mentor for residents, and director of the Orlando Dermatology Aesthetic and Clinical Conference annual board review, as well as In-Service Scramble.

Derm In-Review offers residents who are preparing to take board exams information in a variety of formats, which allow them to study in the style that works best for them.

Friedman will formally begin serving as senior editor at the start of the 2019 Derm In-Review Program, however work has already begun to release the updated program for early 2019.