Bio

Clinical Focus


  • Dermatology
  • Scleroderma and Sclerodermoid Disorders
  • Contact Dermatitis
  • Psoriasis
  • Skin Cancers

Academic Appointments


Professional Education


  • Undergraduate Degree, University of California, Berkeley, CA (2003)
  • Medical Education:Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine (2009) MD
  • Fellowship, Howard Hughes Medical Institute Fellowship, Stanford University School of Medicine, Dermatology (2009)
  • Internship:Johns Hopkins Bayview Hospital (2010) MD
  • Residency:University of California Irvine (2013) CA
  • Board Certification, Dermatology, American Board of Dermatology (2013)

Publications

Presentations


  • Cutaneous plasmacytomas secondary to multiple myeloma

    Time Period

    August 2012

    Presented To

    Pacific Dermatologic Association

    Location

    Huntington Beach, California

  • Generalized paraffinoma

    Time Period

    May 2012

    Presented To

    Los Angeles Metropolitan Dermatological Society

    Location

    Los Angeles, Caldifornia

  • 51 year old female with lower extremity ulcers

    Time Period

    April 2012

    Presented To

    Orange County Dermatologic Society

    Location

    Irvine, California

  • 29 year old woman with longstanding hyperkeratotic plaques

    Time Period

    May 2011

    Presented To

    Los Angeles Metropolitan Dermatological Society

    Location

    Los Angeles, California

  • A case of keratoderma

    Time Period

    April 2011

    Presented To

    Orange County Dermatologic Society

    Location

    Irvine, California

  • Exploring Mechanisms in Regulation of Epidermal Homeostasis

    with collaborators Brian Zarnegar and Dr. Paul Khavari

    Time Period

    5/1/2009

    Presented To

    Howard Hughes Medical Institute

    Location

    Bethesda, Maryland

  • Vascular Pathology in Loeys-Dietz Syndrome: The role of 64 row MDCT with 3D rendering for vascular screening and detection of vascular abnormalities

    Certificate of Merit winner with collaborators PT Johnson, BL Loeys, HC Dietz, and EK Fishman

    Time Period

    5/1/2007

    Presented To

    American Roentgen Ray Society

    Location

    Orlando, Florida

  • Vascular Pathology in Loeys-Dietz Syndrome: The role of 64 row MDCT with 3D rendering for vascular screening and detection of vascular abnormalities

    with collaborators PT Johnson, BL Loeys, HC Dietz, and EK Fishman

    Time Period

    11/1/2005

    Presented To

    Radiological Society of North America

    Location

    Chicago, Illinois

  • Sixty-Four Slice MDCT with CT Angiographic Evaluation of Loeys-Dietz Aortic Aneurysm Syndrome

    with collaborators KM Horton, HC Dietz, and EK Fishman

    Time Period

    11/1/2005

    Presented To

    Radiological Society of North America

    Location

    Chicago, Illinois

  • Hypoxia-induced 5-FC/CD therapy sensitized hypoxic glioblastoma cell lines to radiation

    with collaborators LJ Hu, D Wang, KR Lamborn, and DF Deen

    Time Period

    5/1/2005

    Presented To

    Second Quadrennial Meeting of the World Federation of NeuroOncology

    Location

    Edinburgh, Scotland

  • Hypoxia-induced 5-FC/CD therapy induced a bystander effect in hypoxic glioblastoma cell lines

    with collaborators LJ Hu, D Wang, KR Lamborn, and DF Deen

    Time Period

    11/1/2004

    Presented To

    Society of Neuro-Oncologists

    Location

    Toronto, Canada

  • Hypoxia-induced bax over-expression had no effect upon U-251 MG and U-87 MG glioblastoma cell lines

    with collaborators LJ Hu, J Wang, KR Lamborn, EL Kong, and DF Deen

    Time Period

    10/1/2004

    Presented To

    American Association of Neurosurgeons, Central Nervous System division

    Location

    San Francisco, California

  • The effect of hypoxia-induced bax over-expression upon glioblastoma cell lines

    with collaborators LJ Hu, EL Kong, KR Lamborn, and DF Deen

    Time Period

    8/1/2003

    Presented To

    12th International Congress of Radiation Research

    Location

    Brisbane, Australia

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