dermatology

There are a vast array of microbes that live upon and within our bodies

By Ask the Doctors • March 31, 2021

Dermatology professionals have begun to call out the discrepancies in health outcomes in order to shed light on vast disparities in care.

By Jocelyn Apodaca Schlossberg • March 17, 2021

The diversity champion often cares for transplant patients with skin cancers

By Sandy Cohen • November 5, 2020

managing chronic skin conditions

By uclahealth • September 4, 2020

New Methods for Dry Skin After We Wash

By Jane Murcia • March 13, 2020

“As a dermatologist, I diagnose skin cancer multiple times every single day,” says Dr. Emily Newsom, assistant clinical professor at UCLA Division of Dermatology. “We’re promoting our sunscreen dispenser kiosks which are completely free to the public. UCLA Health partnered with the cities of Santa Monica and Malibu, Brightguard and [...]

By uclahealth • August 28, 2019

“I use sunscreen to prevent sunburns,” says Irene Tam, a tourist visiting from Macao. Local residents and visitors alike can enjoy the 50 sunscreen towers in Santa Monica and Malibu.

Not pictured, Dr. Emily Newsom, a dermatologist says, [...]

By uclahealth • August 28, 2019

“We are celebrating the choice of anybody can love whoever they want to love,” says Sharon Reyes, a volunteer from UCLA Health who works in the department of dermatology at By uclahealth • July 8, 2019

One in five Americans will develop skin cancer in his or her lifetime, but that risk can be minimized with the use of sunscreen. While sunscreen use has increased over the years, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) hasn’t updated some sunscreen requirements in decades. Now, a proposed FDA [...]

By uclahealth • May 24, 2019
Dry, scaly skin is a common winter annoyance for many. But some people experience those symptoms year-round — with more frequency and more intensity. These individuals could be living with plaque psoriasis, a disease that forms a red, scaly rash on the body. Dermatologists believe that psoriasis is [...]
By uclahealth • December 3, 2017