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Average Dermatologist Salary

According to the latest data from Payscale and CNNMoney.com, the average dermatologist salary in the USA ranges from an average of $202,649 to $274,442 (April 2009). Of course, upper limit of dermatologist salary can reach over 7 figures but most dermatologists actually fall more in the income ranges as described here. More details below.

Added by dermRounds Dermatology Network on December 26, 2009 at 1:27am — No Comments

Latest News from the SID - Society of Investigative Dermatology

The Society for Investigative Dermatology is pleased to announce the solicitation of nominations for the Third Annual Albert M. Kligman/Philip Frost Leadership Lecture and award. This award is made possible by the generosity of Dr. Philip Frost and will be presented to an individual in acknowledgement of significant contributions to the understanding of structure and function of skin, preferably in the past five years. A $25,000 honorarium accompanies the award.



Nominations for… Continue

Added by dermRounds Dermatology Network on October 29, 2009 at 9:42pm — No Comments

NYTimes: Many People Confused by SPF

dermRounds (NEW YORK) - A very popular news column on the New York Times, "Skin Deep" once again tackles a key topic within the field of dermatology. Recently numerous manufacturers of sunblock have been rolling out a variety of new SPF-rated products but what exactly do these new SPF numbers mean?



Catherine Saint Louis, the author of this interesting article asked Dr. Gilchrest, one of our fellow dermatologists and here was her response:



The parade of stratospheric… Continue

Added by dermRounds Dermatology Network on May 14, 2009 at 8:24am — No Comments

New Study Shows Increasing Burden of Melanoma in the United States

dermRounds (NEW YORK) -- Linos, et al, has demonstrated that there may be an increasing burden of melanoma in the US. Dermatologists in this study state that it may be controversial that the melanoma incidence represents a true epidemic. As a result, to better understand how melanoma incidence trends varied by severity at diagnosis and factors relevant to screening access, this group assessed recent United States incidence and mortality trends by histologic type, tumor thickness, and area-level… Continue

Added by dermRounds Dermatology Network on January 20, 2009 at 1:27am — No Comments

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