3rd Year Resident Cynthia Wang selected to receive the American Dermatological Association’s 2022 Dermatology Resident/Fellow Research Award

3rd Year Resident Cynthia Wang selected to receive the American Dermatological Association’s 2022 Dermatology Resident/Fellow Research Award
Dr. Wang’s project looked at emergency department (ED) utilization in hidradenitis suppurativa (HS). Data was used from the IBM® MarketScan® Commercial and Multi-State Medicaid Databases to examine a population of over 20,000 individuals with HS who visited the emergency department for the disease and the factors associated with ED return and dermatology follow-up. Amongst other […]

Dr. David Chen Receives 2022 Young Investigator Award (Links to an external site)

Dr. David Chen Receives 2022 Young Investigator Award
Dr. David Chen was recently awarded the 2022 Young Investigator Award by the Cancer Research Foundation. The Cancer Research Foundation Young Investigator Award is a $100,000 grant covering two years of work. It is meant to assist promising early career cancer scientist build a primary data set and lay the groundwork for much larger projects. […]

Congrats to Our Newly Matched Washington University Dermatology Residents!

Congrats to Our Newly Matched Washington University Dermatology Residents!
We are thrilled to announce our amazing class of 2026 #Match22 residents! Ali Malik, University of FloridaMorgan Nguyen, Northwestern University FeinbergJennifer Pugh, Wright State UniversityNeel Raval, Washington University in St. LouisXavier Rice, University of Texas Medical BranchBianca Uzoma, University of Texas Medical Branch Our seventh newly matched resident has chosen to remain private & we respect their wishes. […]

2022-2023 Co-Chief Residents

2022-2023 Co-Chief Residents
We are thrilled to announce that our new Chief Residents are Dr. Abby Rosenberg and Dr. Daniel Schlessinger. Abby hails all the way from Buffalo Grove, Illinois. While she is a Chicago native, after moving to St. Louis to attend WUSTL for medical school she decided she loved the city too much to leave. Dr. Rosenberg’s […]

PGY-2 Resident, Dr. Kandice Bailey Accepted into Internal Medicine Teaching Physicians Pathway

PGY-2 Resident, Dr. Kandice Bailey Accepted into Internal Medicine Teaching Physicians Pathway
Dr. Kandice Bailey PGY-2 was recently accepted into the Wash U Internal Medicine Residency Teaching Physicians Pathway. She is our third resident to participate in this innovative program that was developed by Dr. Patricia Kao. The Teaching Physician Pathway is a 2-year program integrated into the existing structure of the residency program. This pathway prepares […]

2021 Mohs Fellowship Announcement

2021 Mohs Fellowship Announcement
We are excited to announce that two of our current residents, Alexander Aria, MD and Stephen Erickson, MD have matched for the 2021 Micrographic Surgery & Dermatologic Oncology (Mohs) fellowship. Alex will be joining the Dermatology program at Saint Louis University. Steve will remain at Washington University working closely with our Mohs fellowship director Dr. […]

We’re Hiring!

We’re Hiring!
We are seeking a General Dermatologist who is passionate about patient care, medical education, and research to join our team of amazing doctors. We welcome applicants at all levels of experience and with diverse interests and expertise in dermatologic care for pediatrics or adults. We invite you to begin or continue to develop your career […]

Funds raised for pediatric dermatology research

Funds raised for pediatric dermatology research
Claire Woepke and Kick off the Sickness raise funds for rare diseases research. This year, they donated part of the proceeds from their 3rd annual kickball tournament to Dr. Carrie C. Coughlin’s research.

Dermatology faculty honored for excellence in education

Dermatology faculty honored for excellence in education
Residency program director, Dr. Ilana Rosman, was awarded an inaugural Rising Star Award by the Academy of Educators at Washington University School of Medicine. The Rising Star Award recognizes faculty members who show exceptional promise as educators through contributions in educational service, leadership, and/or scholarship.

Dr. Leo Shmuylovich awarded prestigious NIH ‘high risk, ‘high-reward’ grant (Links to an external site)

Dr. Leo Shmuylovich awarded prestigious NIH ‘high risk, ‘high-reward’ grant
Dr. Shmuylovich, one of our pediatric dermatologists and physician-scientist faculty members, was awarded the NIH Director’s Early Independence Award, which provides support for outstanding junior scientists to bypass the traditional postdoctoral training period and launch independent research careers. Dr. Shmuylovich’s innovative work focuses on developing imaging tools to objectively measure skin disease in diverse skin types.