Basic Science/Translational Research Program
The Einstein-Montefiore Division of Dermatology research program consists of a multidisciplinary, collaborative group of investigators, with the combined goal of enhancing understanding of skin pathology and cutaneous disease states toward efficacious therapies.
The Einstein-Montefiore Division of Dermatology investigators are currently examining new therapies, instruments, and devices for the treatment for various skin conditions including psoriasis, wound healing, and eczema.
Publications and Scholarly Activity
Selected publications authored by Einstein-Montefiore Division of Dermatology residents and faculty, participation at dermatopathology meetings, posters and abstracts.
Resident Research (Jules Lipoff)
Dr. Jules Lipoff was among winners of the 2012 Resident/Fellow Research Symposium awards. story
Insights on Skin Cancer
Despite increasing rates of fatal melanoma diagnoses among Hispanics, this population is still less likely to practice sun-protective behavior, according to a study by Drs. Kate Viola and Karthik Krishnamurthy.
Patel Wins 2012 RWDR Quiz
Third-year resident Dr. Payal Patel was among the winners of the 2012 Real World Dermatology for Residents Quiz.