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Professor of Dermatology
The University of Texas Health Science Center

Pediatric Dermatology
Atopic Dermatitis
Fungal Infections of the Skin
Cutaneous Fungal Infections
Insect Repellants
Legislation Limiting Clinical Research in Pediatric Patients


The Park Avenue Center for Advanced Medical and Cosmetic Dermatology
Associate Clinical Professor of Dermatology
Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai

Botox and Fillers
Prevention and Reversal of Sun Damage
Melanoma and Skin Cancer
Herpes Zoster Prevention & Treatment
Skin Signs of Systemic Disease
Skin as a Clue to Internal Disease
Management of Acne
Cosmetic Dermatology
Suspicious Moles: Skin Cancer
Rejuvenation of Aging Skin
Keeping Your Skin Youthful and Beautiful

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Assistant Clinical Professor
Division of Dermatology
City of Hope National Medical Center

Graft versus Host Disease, with focus on Skin Manifestations
Toxicities of Cancer Therapy (Chemotherapy, Immunotherapy, and Targeted Therapy), with Emphasis on Skin Reactions
Infections in the Immunosuppressed Population
Skin Cancer


Director, Cutaneous Lymphoma Program
Assistant Clinical Professor, Dermatology/Dermatopathology
City of Hope National Medical Center

Cutaneous Lymphoma

I am a board-certified dermatologist and dermatopathologist with advanced fellowship training in cutaneous lymphoma. My clinical practice focuses on the diagnosis, care and management of patients with cutaneous lymphoma and related diseases. My research focus has been on investigations of the biology of cutaneous lymphomas and novel therapies for these diseases. I serve as co-principal investigator on several clinical Phase I and II trials of cutaneous T cell lymphomas. One of my long-term goals is to leverage my scientific background and dermatopathology skills to help identify new diagnostic and prognostic markers for the myriad subtypes of cutaneous lymphomas and to collaborate with other clinicians and researchers to better understand the pathogenesis of the disease. The ultimate goal of my work is to identify new therapeutic targets that can be applied to refine current treatment strategies for the patients suffering from these diseases. I have a particular interest in the role of the microenvironment in cutaneous lymphomas. My ongoing projects are aimed to identify the contributing elements of the tumor microenvironment and help elucidate the underlying mechanisms that lead to disease progression through maintenance and proliferation of malignant cells in the skin.

Director, Procedural Dermatology Fellowship
Clinical Professor of Dermatology
SUNY Downstate

Coding and Reimbursement
Electronic Health Records
Practice Management
Herbal Medicine
Plants and Poisons of Sherlock Holmes
Hardware Store Devices in Dermatology
Skin Cancer


Clinical Associate Professor of Dermatology
UCSF School of Medicine

Clinical Management of Psoriasis
Dermatologic Emergencies
Diagnosis and Management of Skin Cancer
New Developments in Managing Aging Skin


Assistant Professor of Dermatology
City of Hope National Medical Center

Skin Cancer


Chief and Associate Clinical Professor
Division of Dermatology, Department of Surgery
City of Hope National Medical Center


Graft vs Host Disease (GvHD)
Skin, Hair and Nail Side Effects of Cancer Therapy


Professor of Dermatology,
Ophthalmology and Otolaryngology
Louis C. Skinner, Jr., MD Endowed
Chair of Dermatology
Richard Helfman Professor of Dermatologic Surgery
Vice Chairman, University of Miami Medical Group
Chief, Dermatology Services at Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center
University of Miami Hospital and Clinics
Director of MOHs, Dermatologic & Laser Surgery
Director of Surgical Training
Department of Dermatology & Cutaneous Surgery
University of Miami Miller School of Medicine

Lasers in Dermatology
Lasers in Skin Cancers
Complications of Dermatologic Surgery
Lasers for Scars and Tattoos
Lasers for Onychomycosis

Professor Davis has performed extensive research in using porcine wound healing and infection models in swine to determine treatment efficacy and assess potential mechanisms of action for various therapeutics. He had worked with a large number of companies in research and development of various products that are on the market today, e.g. DuoDerm dressing, Kerlix A.M.D., Liquid Bandage. Some of his interests include: occlusive therapy, electrical stimulation, antimicrobials, low energy light therapy, and study of bacterial biofilms. For the past several years he has been funded by DARPA, Canadian Defense, US Army, Office of Naval Research and NIH.

Director, Dermatology Residency Program
John E. Olerud Professor of Dermatology Training
Professor of Medicine
University of Washington School of Medicine

Life Threatening Skin Lesions: A Primer