Dermatology Residents Active in National Meeting Presentations
Einstein-Montefiore Division of Dermatology residents presented ten talks and posters at the annual American Academy of Dermatology meeting in San Francisco.
Adam Friedman won the prestigious Everett C. Fox Award for the most outstanding research paper of the Residents and Fellows Symposium. Friedman's work was selected from a field of 24 research presentations from the most esteemed university training programs in the country.
Topics presented by Einstein residents were as follows:
- Hydrogel-Glass Hybrid Nanoparticles: A Novel Technology for the Treatment of Cutaneous Diseases, Adam Friedman, MD
- Diffuse Dermal Angiomatosis of the Breast, Reena Sachdev, MD
- Primary Cutaneous B-Cell Lymphoma, Daven Doshi, MD
- Thick Scaly Fissured Palms and Soles in a Perimenopausal Female, Joanna Zurada, MD
- Prostate Cancer Metastasis Presenting as a Painless Solitary Penile Lesion, Bien-Aimee Vu, MD
- Acral Pseudolymphomatous Angiokeratoma of Childhood (APACHE): Multiple Lesions on Non-Acral Skin, Jane Unaeze, MD
- Primary Essential Cutaneous Cryofibrinogenemia Progressing to Extremity Gangrene, David Ciocon, MD
- A Florid Presentation of Erlotinib-induced Papulopustular Eruption, Sarah Dolder, MD
- A New Paradigm in the Treatment of Kerions, Sarah Dolder, MD
- Nitric Oxide Nanoparticles: a Novel Weapon Combating MRSA, Manju Dawkins, MD
- Doxorubicin Releasing Nanoparticles: a Novel Delivery System, Manju Dawkins, MD
Dermatology Residents Win Grants for Mentorship and Research
Drs. Jane Unaeze and Adam Friedman (Dermatology) have been awarded a Mentorship Grant in Dermatologic Surgery and the Academic Research Grant from the Women’s Dermatologic Society.