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I am assistant professor dermatology and my name’s Daniel Bailey.
Skin diseases are usually delivered the special suffering patients, because, unlike other diseases, are immediately visible to others. At the same time, many skin diseases, especially psoriasis, very difficult to treat.
What to do? Whether such patients successfully work, get pleasure from communication with other people?
Twenty years of experience practicing doctor, research and analysis of vast material collected me; allow answering these and many other questions. Let me tell a few words about myself.
American Board of Dermatology
- Drexel University College of Medicine, Philadelphia, PA, USA
- Boston University, School of Medicine, Boston, MA, USA
- Fellowship, Dermatopathology University of Colorado Hospital
- Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Maryland
Currently I hold a post of the head of the joint Department of clinical trials in dermatology Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston and Massachusetts Hospital; in addition, I teach at Harvard medical school.
In 1992 I graduated from Drexel University College of Medicine, after which I received my medical degree from Boston University. Later I was trained in dermatology at the Medical center, Dermatopathology University of Colorado Hospital. Master’s degree I received at the faculty of public health at Johns Hopkins University.
[note]Also I actively engage in conducting clinical trials of pharmaceutical products for indoor and systemic treatment of skin diseases, including psoriasis.[/note]
I repeatedly gave interviews to magazines and Newspapers, including Time, National Geographic and The New York Times. My works were presented at various conferences and published in prestigious medical journals. I am the author of more than 50 original articles, essays, and book chapters. In addition, I am a member of the editorial in several magazines on dermatology, including Cutis, Journal of Clinical & Experimental Dermatology, Medscape, Archives of Dermatology, Dermatopathology, Journal of Dermatological Treatment and others. You can listen to my lectures at the American Academy of Dermatology Meetings, as well as regional meetings of dermatology.
I was also received numerous honors and awards, including Alpha Omega Alpha Medical Honor Society, Mentor of the Year, First Annual Dermatology Resident Teaching Award and Wake Forest Dermatology.