Dawn Siegel, MD
Dawn Siegel, MD is a Clinical Professor of Dermatology, and by courtesy, Pediatrics at Stanford University School of Medicine. She is affiliated with Lucile Packard Children's Hospital (LPCH) at Stanford and Stanford Hospital and Clinics (SHC). Dr. Siegel is also the Director of Pediatric Dermatology Research for the Stanford Skin Innovation and Interventional Research Group. She received her medical degree from University of Wisconsin -Madison and completed her dermatology residency and pediatric dermatology fellowship at University of California San Francisco. She has been in practice for over 14 years. She specializes in hemangiomas, birthmarks, vascular anomalies, and RASopathies. Her research interests are in hemangiomas and the related multiple congenital anomaly syndrome, PHACE (Posterior Fossa anomalies, Hemangiomas, Arterial anomalies, Cardiac defects, and Eye anomalies) and improving health equity for children with skin disease through innovative skin health and science education programs.
Jordan is a M.D. candidate at Georgetown University School of Medicine. She graduated from the University of California, Santa Barbara in 2019 with a B.S. in Biological Sciences. During her gap years, she worked at the UCSD and Rady Children’s Hospital Division of Neonatology as a clinical research coordinator. Her current research interests include investigating ways to improve dermatological care for underserved communities through educational programs and identifying solutions to potential barriers. In her free time, Jordan enjoys practicing aerial silks, baking, cooking, hiking, and floating around in local bodies of water like Lake Tahoe.
Megan is an M.D. candidate at Brown University's Warren Alpert Medical School with a scholarly concentration in Medical Education. She graduated from Brown University with a B.S. in Immunobiology and a B.A. in Economics. She previously worked at the City of Hope as a research assistant for the Department of Experimental Therapeutics, California Institute for Regenerative Medicine (CIRM), and Cancer and Aging Research Program. Currently, Megan is interested in utilizing emerging technologies, fostering community partnerships, and designing educational programs to address health disparities. She is also interested in analyzing epidemiological, genetic, and social determinants of health data to understand risk factors of dermatological conditions. Outside of medicine, Megan enjoys design, gardening, learning about technology, environmental health, and playing with cats!
Currently, Alexander is an M.D. candidate at Morehouse School of Medicine. He obtained his B.S. in Biochemistry with Medical Emphasis at the University of California, Riverside. Before medical school, Alex worked as a Medical Scribe for both Chaparral Medical Group and Riverside University Health System, Behavior Instructor for A Change in Trajectory, Research Assistant at the UCR School of Medicine Research Building, Mentor for the University STEM Academy Program, and Intern for West Coast Sports Medicine Foundation. During his free time, Alexander enjoys watching anime/reading manga, working out, exploring new areas, and being surrounded by the people that he cherished in his life.
Tejas is a 5th-year M.D./Ph.D. candidate at Stanford in his 3rd year of graduate studies in Immunology. In the lab, Tejas is developing a hydrogel to treat chronic wounds. He is passionate about mentorship and sharing the excitement of research with students from backgrounds traditionally under-represented in STEM. He is especially excited to talk about careers in dermatology and research at the SCORE workshops. When he is not in clinic or lab, Tejas enjoys playing tennis and violin and volunteering in the community.