Congratulations to Dr. Deborah Lang!

By Elizabeth Rachel RaeMay 1st, 2018


Congratulations to Dr. Deborah Lang, who has been named a recipient of the Daneen & Charles Stiefel Investigative Scientist Award! The American Skin Association bestows this award to emerging leaders in dermatology focused on melanoma research. Dr. Lang is lauded for her commitment to educating the next generation of melanoma researchers, and her current research on the molecular mechanisms of melanoma may provide the next generation treatment options for cancer patients.

Congratulations to Dr. Daniel Callaghan and Dr. Peggy Schwarz!

By Cindy K Yee-LinDecember 1st, 2017

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Daniel Callaghan, MD                              Peggy Schwarz, MD

Congratulation to Dr. Daniel Callaghan and Dr. Peggy Schwarz for having been named Residents of Distinction by DermMentors!  This honor is given to only ten dermatology residents annually.  They will attend deliver oral presentations at the Caribbean Dermatology Symposium this winter.



Congratulations to Susruthi Rajanala, BA and Judy Cheng, MD!

By Elizabeth Rachel RaeNovember 15th, 2017

Congratulations to medical student Susruthi Rajanala, BA and dermatology resident Judy Cheng, MD on the acceptance of their posters to the recent SOC conference, Bench to Bedside Skin of Color Symposium 2017, in Leesburg, VA.

Susruthi with her poster "Willingness to Pay in Patients with Hyperpigmention"
Susruthi Rajanala, BA with her poster “Willingness to Pay in Patients with Hyperpigmention.”


Judy Cheng, MD, with her poster "Effect of Stimuli on Sun Protective Habits: A Randomized Double-Blind Controlled Study"
Judy Cheng, MD, with her poster “Effect of Stimuli on Sun Protective Habits: A Randomized Double-Blind Controlled Study.”

Congratulations to Dr. Christina Lam

By Elizabeth Rachel RaeJune 2nd, 2017

Dr. Christina Lam

Dear Colleagues:

I am delighted to share the news that Dr. Christina Lam was recently selected for the Boston University Medical Campus Women’s Leadership Program (WLP).  The WLP is a highly competitive longitudinal program for women faculty at Boston University School of Medicine that uses self-assessment and reflection, experiential learning, and peer and senior mentorship to provide faculty with the tools necessary to navigate a successful career in academic medicine, and to foster leadership skills that enable participants to positively affect change from where they stand.

Please join me on congratulating Dr. Lam for being selected for this outstanding honor.