Mission: To Heal. To Teach. To Discover.
The Case Western Reserve University Department of Dermatology based at University Hospitals Case Medical Center one of the top centers of excellence worldwide in skin research and in bringing state-of-the-art findings to help patients with skin diseases. The Department's efforts span basic biology of the skin, mechanisms of clinical disease, human in vivo skin function, clinical trials, premier patient care, and teaching. We offer specialty programs for rare diseases as well as excellent general dermatology. The Department is responsible for the education of medical and graduate students at Case Western Reserve University, for basic science and clinical research, and for the combined Dermatology Residency Program sponsored by University Hospitals of Cleveland and co-sponsored by Metro Health Medical Center and the Veterans Affairs Medical Center. We supply clinical services at these hospitals and also at satellite outpatient clinical sites, providing excellent access to our services.
2014 SDRC Series
SDRC Speaker Series - Calendar 2013-2014
Skinergy - The Department of Dermatology newsletter
2014 Best Doctors Dermatology
Interview Dr. Kord Honda: 19 Action News – How to take care of “winter skin”
Drs. Don Anthony and Daniel Popkin were awarded the first "CFAR Catalytic Fund for Strategic Interdisciplinary Research"
Dan Popkin and Don Anthony are newly awarded Merit Review grant from the US Veterans Administration national medical research program.
Dr. Nicole Ward examines nervous system's role in perpetuating psoriasis
Dr. Nicole Ward in Crains
Nicole Ward, PhD NIH Awards
Dr. Nita Kohli's Article "Residents: Get involved and have a say"
Dr. Elma Baron on Suncreen and Sleep on Fox 8 News Cleveland
See our Super Docs: Cooper, Bordeaux, Mann, Gerstenblith
Watch the UHCMC Department Video
Nicole Ward, PhD advocates for Psoriatric Disease Research, Washington, DC
Dr. Elma Baron on Adult Acne in the Walls Street Journal
Dr. Neil J. Korman Canadian News, February 1, 2013
Dr. Neil J. Korman on TV3 Live on Lakeside, January 29, 2013
Botulinum Neurotoxin A Decreases Infiltrating Cutaneous Lymphocytes and Improves Acanthosis in the KC-Tie2 Mouse Model (PDF)
Chronic Skin-Specific Inflammation Promotes Vascular Inflammation and Thrombosis (PDF)
UH receives the American Hospital Association McKesson Award for Quality
Improvement in Patient Performance of Skin Self-examinations After Intervention With Interactive Education and Telecommunication Reminders
Dr. Nicole Ward featured in Psoriasis Advance magazine (PDF)