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2nd Annual Community Seminar on Ethnic Skin and Hair

Date:  Wednesday, January 12th, 2011

Location:  East Baltimore Campus

Sponsored by:  Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, The Office of Diversity & Cultural Competence and the Department of Dermatology Ethnic Skin Program.

Details:  Martin Luther King, Jr. Dermatology Visiting Professorship 2011 was a lecture and open discussion on skin cancer in African Americans.  Sponsors hosted Hugh M. Gloster, Jr., M.D., Professor of Dermatology and Director of Dermatologic Surgery at the University of Cincinnati. Attendees included primary care physicians, patients, faculty, staff and community representatives.

Click here to view the presentation entitled:  "Skin Cancer in Skin of Color"

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Left to right:  Dr. Ginnett Hines, Dr. Brian Gibbs, Dr. Hugh Gloster and Dr. Sewon Kang.

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Left to right:  Dr. Brian Gibbs, Dean Edward Miller, Dr. Hugh Gloster, Dr. Ginnett Hines, and Dr. Sewon Kang.


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