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Dr. Feldman specializes in medical dermatology, diagnosing and treating a wide range of skin conditions. He has particular expertise in the treatment and management of psoriasis, including the use of biologic medications.
Dr. Feldman has also authored multiple publications regarding patient adherence, patient satisfaction and patient care and is actively involved in medical research.
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Dr. Steve Feldman is Professor of Pathology (Anatomic Pathology) and Dermatology at Wake Forest Univeristy Baptist Medical Center.
Dr. Feldman also serves as Chief Medical Editor of Skin & Aging magazine, a professional publication for dermatologists, and is the founder of DrScore.
He is a member of the Medical Board of the National Psoriasis Foundation (NPF) and chairs that board’s Subcommittee on Education. He also serves as the Director of the Foundation’s Chief Resident’s Meeting on psoriasis treatment.
- Teaching: General Dermatology; Dermatopathology; Biochemistry of Skin
- Research: Photoaging; Psoriasis; Health Services Research
- Undergraduate Degree: University of Chicago, BA 1980
- Postgraduate Degree: Duke University School of Medicine, PhD 1985; Duke University School of Medicine, MD 1985
- Medical Internship: Duke University Hospital 1986-1987
- Residencies: Medical University of South Carolina 1990-1991; North Carolina Memorial Hospital 1987-1990
- Fellowship: Dermatopathology
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