George K. Verghese, MD
Degrees, Training and Certificates: Graduated from Georgetown University with a degree in biology and earned his medical degree from Howard University College of Medicine. He also completed his residency in dermatology at Howard University Hospital. Thereafter, he completed a fellowship in Mohs Micrographic Surgery at the Northwestern Skin Cancer Institute.
Organizations: American College of Mohs Surgery and the American Academy of Dermatology. Assistant Clinical Professor of Dermatology at Howard University College of Medicine and former Mohs surgeon for the Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Washington, DC.
Articles by this Professional:
- Wrestling With Wrinkles
- Boootox vs. Fillers: No Tricks, Just Treats
- Traditional Liposuction vs. Smartlipo
- Sunscreen 101
- Skin Cancer: Screenings Save Lives
- SculpSure Sheds Stubborn Fat
- Coping With Eczema In the Winter
- Non-Invasive Skin Cancer Treatment
- Kybella 101 The Double Chin Remover
- Lip Augmention and Dermal Fillers
- Is Silhouette InstaLift Right For You?
- Tips For Protecting Your Skin
- Non-Invasive Skin Cancer Treatment Is a Reality
- Self Skin Exams Save Lives
- Putting the Brakes On Dry Winter Skin
- Improve Your Image, Without Going Under the Knife
- What Is SmartLipo?
- Controlling Acne
- More Patients Turning To Smartlipo
- Sunscreen Keep Your Skin From Aging
- Non-Invasive Skin Cancer Treatment Now Available
- Skin Cancer Is a Problem For People Of Color
- Body Contouring New Treatments For Fat Reduction and Skin Tightening
- Acne On the Rise Among Women
- Psoriasis Requires Vigilance
- Wear Your Sunscreen
- Good-Bye Love Handles New Technology Melts Away Fat and Tightens Skin
- Battling Wrinkles