Alison Small, MD

Assistant Professor of Dermatology at Oregon Health & Science University

Alison Small, M.D. sees patients with a wide range of skin, hair and nail disorders at OHSU’s Center for Health & Healing, Doernbecher Children’s Hospital, and Randall Children’s Hospital. She enjoys helping patients with common dermatologic conditions such as acne, eczema, rashes, birthmarks, and other lumps and bumps. She has particular interests in vascular anomalies (hemangiomas, venous and lymphatic malformations, port wine stains, overgrowth syndromes). She enjoys teaching and is lucky to have medical students, residents, and fellows working with her to learn and care for patients. Alison grew up in Tempe, Arizona before living in San Francisco for her dermatology training and pediatric dermatology fellowship. She has now settled in Oregon with her husband and daughter, and they have quickly fallen in love with the Pacific Northwest and all the beauty and adventure it has to offer. In her free time Dr. Small enjoys traveling, cooking (and eating!), hiking, and riding bikes.

Art Saavedra, MD, PhD, MBA, FAAD

Kenneth Greer Endowed Professor, Chair of Dermatology and Chief of Ambulatory Strategy and Operations at University of Virginia Health System

Clinical Interests Specializes in the diagnosis and care of complex medical dermatology and his clinical interests include HIV dermatology, severe drug reactions that manifest with dermatologic complications, and care of oncologic and post-transplant patients. He has a particular focus on advanced therapeutics and the development of algorithms for the novel treatment of poorly understood skin disorders. Dr. Saavedra is an editor of Fitzpatrick’s Color Atlas and Synopsis of Clinical Dermatology, the most widely read dermatology atlas for diagnosis and treatment of skin conditions. Biography After graduating Magna Cum Laude from Harvard College with a degree in Biological Sciences, Dr. Saavedra received a combined medical and doctoral degree from the University of Pennsylvania, with specialized training in Pharmacology. He completed his residency training in Internal Medicine at the Brigham and Women’s Hospital, where he was also Chief Resident. He graduated from the Harvard Combined Dermatology Residency Training Program and completed his fellowship in Dermatopathology. He was previous Vice Chair for Clinical Affairs and Medical Director in the Department of Dermatology at the Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard Medical School.

David E. Cohen, MD, MPH

Charles C. and Dorothea E. Harris Professor of Dermatology at New York University Langone Health

Positions Charles C. and Dorothea E. Harris Professor of Dermatology, Ronald O. Perelman Department of Dermatology Director of Occupational Environmental and Allergic Dermatology Vice Chair for Clinical Affairs Board Certifications American Board of Preventive Medicine - Occupational Medicine, 1996 American Board of Dermatology - Dermatology, 1993 Education and Training Residency, Columbia University School of Public Health, Occupational Medicine, 1994 Residency, NYU Medical Center, Dermatology, 1993 MPH from Columbia University, 1992 Residency, Columbia U College of Physicians & Surgeons, Medicine, 1990 MD from SUNY - Stony Brook, 1989

George Cotsarelis, MD

Chair, Department of Dermatology at University of Pennsylvania

Recognized by America's Top Doctors, 2007, 2008, 2012 - 2018 Recognized by Best Doctors in America 2005 - 2018 Recognized in Philadelphia magazine's May 2004, 2005, 2007, 2010, 2018, 2019 Top Docs issues Recognized by Suburban Life magazine's "Top Physicians 2010" issue

Maeran Landers, MD, PhD

President at Oregon Dermatology Society

Dr. Maeran Landers, physician and surgeon, previously at Lake Oswego Dermatology, announces the opening of her practice in Tualatin near Legacy Meridian Park Hospital. MD, University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine PhD, in Immunology, University of Pennsylvania Certified by the American Board of Dermatology Appointed to The American Academy of Dermatology Leadership Forum

Nicholas J. Golda, MD, FACMS

Associate Professor of Dermatology at University of Missouri Health Care

Associate Professor of Dermatology Medical Director of Dermatology Clinics Director of Dermatologic Surgery Fellowship Program Director for Micrographic Surgery and Dermatologic Oncology RESEARCH INTERESTS Mohs micrographic surgery Dermatologic surgery Facial reconstruction Cosmetic dermatology Laser procedures Patient experience and satisfaction Occupational safety Translational research to develop new technologies in energy-based diagnostic and therapeutic modalities Cutaneous oncology and facial reconstruction following skin cancer therapy AREAS OF EXPERTISE Mohs micrographic surgery Dermatologic surgery Facial reconstruction Resident education Education & Training MEDICAL SCHOOL Keck School of Medicine USC INTERNSHIP University of Missouri Health Care RESIDENCY University of Missouri Health Care FELLOWSHIP Laser & Dermatologic Surgery Center, Inc. BOARD CERTIFICATION American Board of Dermatology

Steven R. Feldman, MD, PhD

Professor at Wake Forest Baptist Health

Education BA, University of Chicago, 1980 MD, Duke University School of Medicine, 1985 PhD, Duke University, 1985 Internship Medicine, Duke University Hospital, 1987 Residency Dermatology, North Carolina Memorial Hospital, 1990 Dermatopathology, Med University School Teaching Hospitals, 1991 Board Certifications American Board of Dermatology, Dermatology American Board of Dermatology, Dermatopathology Memberships National Psoriasis Foundation American Academy of Dermatology American Society of Dermatopathology Positions Physician Professor, Dermatology Professor, Social Sciences and Health Policy Professor, Pathology

Tim Berger, MD

Professor at University of California San Francisco Health

Dr. Timothy Berger is a dermatologist who specializes in rare, challenging and complex skin disorders. He cares for patients with autoimmune bullous disease, viral skin diseases, sexually transmitted diseases of the skin, skin diseases of the Tropics, photosensitivity disorders (overreaction to sunlight), infectious diseases of the skin, warts and pruritus (itching). Berger has been inducted into the UCSF Academy of Medical Educators, an honor bestowed on faculty members who have shown particular dedication to medical student teaching. In 1989, he was honored with the Henry J. Kaiser Award for Excellence in Teaching. In both 1991 and 2001, the UCSF residents in dermatology named him teacher of the year. Berger serves on the board of the American Academy of Dermatology. He has published more than 125 scientific articles, 12 book chapters and two books. Berger sees patients only by referral or in the UCSF Executive Health Practice.