Healthcare Directory—Marc D. Brown MD
Last directory upload August-25-2016
Marc D. Brown MD
Medical School / Professional School:
Georgetown University School of Medicine
American Board of Dermatology
Marc Brown, M.D. is an upstate New York native, born in Watertown and raised in Auburn. He graduated from LeMoyne College in Syracuse, N.Y. in 1975 earning a degree in biology. Dr. Brown studied at Georgetown Medical School in Washington, D.C. and following completion in 1979, completed residency training in internal medicine at Strong Memorial Hospital in 1982. He began his career as a primary care physician in western Pennsylvania in the Public Health Service and developed an interest in dermatology and skin cancer. He subsequently performed and completed dermatology residency training at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, MI in 1987. Dr. Brown then spent an additional two years in fellowship training for Mohs Surgery and Cutaneous Oncology which he completed in 1989. He joined the faculty at the University of Rochester Medical Center in 1989 and is a tenured professor of Dermatology and Oncology and is a member of the Wilmot Cancer Center. He has served as the director of the Dermatology Residency Program and the Mohs Surgery Fellowship Program at the Medical Center. Dr. Brown has been included in the Best Doctors in America directory and has published more than 50 articles and two books and serves as an editorial reviewer for several major dermatologic journals. He lectures and teaches peers and students at local and national meetings focusing on Mohs surgery, melanoma, facial reconstruction, and challenging and unusual skin cancers. Dr. Brown performs Mohs surgery on over 2,000 patients per year and has performed a total of more than 25,000 Mohs procedures.
MOHS SURGERY-MOHS MICROGRAPHIC SURGERY, SKIN CANCER
Dermatology Clinical Group of the University of Rochester
601 Elmwood Avenue
Rochester New York 14642
Location Comments: The Department of Dermatology at the University of Rochester was established in July of 1981. Eastman Kodak Company endowed the James H. Sterner Chair in Dermatology at the School of Medicine and Dentistry in honor of the founder of its Laboratory of Industrial Medicine and Medical Director from 1951-1968. The Dermatology Residency program began in July 1981 and reached its current size in 2001. The philosophy of the program is that residents and faculty working closely together promote the best possible care of patients with both common and complicated skin diseases, while creating an optimal educational environment. Dermatology is the clinical science which integrates skin biology with the pathophysiological processes common to human diseases. Our faculty understand that Dermatologic care and education is highly dependent on conceptual and visual information, and the organization and integration of that information. Our clinical services and research programs strive to build, expand and integrate Dermatologic knowledge and care for our patients, trainees and community.
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