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Fellowships

Currently the Department of Dermatology has five fellows, one specializing in Pediatric Dermatology, one in Procedural Dermatology, two specializing in dermatopathology, and one in Ethnic Skin at the Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center.

Ellen Koch, MD
Pediatric Dermatology Fellow, Faculty Instructor

Koch

 Education

•  Undergraduate: University of MIami (Ohio)

•  Medical School: The Ohio State University

Training

  •  Internship : Riverside Methodist Hospital

 •   Residency : University of Pittsburgh

Clinical Interests

•  General Dermatology

•  Pediatric Dermatology

 

Inbal Braunstein, MD
Dermatopathology Fellow

 Braunstein

 Education

•  University of Pennsylvania, BA-Biochemistry

•  University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, MD

Training

  •  Pennsylvania Hospital, Internal Medicine

 •   Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania

Clinical Interests

•  Medical Dermatology

•  Autoimmune Skn Disease


 Robert Egbers, MD
Procedural Dermatology Fellow

  

Egbers

 Education

•  Johns Hopkins University, BS Chemical Engineering, 2001  

•  Medical School: University of Michigan, MD, MS, 2010

Training

  •  Oakwood Healthcare System, 2011

 •  Univeristy of Michigan, Dermatology, 2014

Clinical Interests

•  Skin Cancer

•  Aging Skin

 

Nashay Clemetson, MD
Ethnic Skin Fellow
Clemetson

Education

•  Undergraduate: Bethune-Cookman College (BS-Nursing)  

•  Medical School: University of Miami Miller School  of Medicine (M.D.)

Training

  •  Internship: University of Miami

Clinical Interests

•  Ethnic Skin Dermatology

•  Hair Loss in Women

 

Matthew Tilson, MD
Dermatopathology  Fellow

Tilson

 Education

•  Undergrad: Furman University (2001-2005), (BS-Chemistry)

•  Medical School: Medical College of Georgia (2005-2009)

Training

  •  Residency : Anatomic and clinical pathology, Johns Hopkins (2009-2013)

 •   Fellowship : Surgical pathology, Johns Hopkins (2013-2014)

Clinical Interests

•  Melanocytic lesions

•  Adnexal neoplasms

 
 
 
 
 
 

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