A board-certified dermatologist in private practice in Santa Monica, Calif., and New York City, Karyn Grossman, MD, specializes in dermatology and dermatologic surgery, including state-of-the-art cosmetic and laser procedures. She is chief of the division of dermatology at St. John’s Hospital in Santa Monica as well as an attending physician at the University of Southern California Medical Center.
Grossman has published a variety of articles in the dermatologic literature, ranging from basic science research articles to those on cosmetic dermatology, and has authored numerous textbook chapters on hair loss, chemical peels, fat injection techniques, laser treatments and treatment of facial scars. She also has presented various studies at the American Society of Dermatologic Surgery, the American Society of Lasers in Surgery and Medicine, and the Manhattan Eye and Eye International plastic surgery meeting.
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