Here’s a fascinating interview with Dr. Joel Schlessinger in Skin & Aging.
The September 2009 issue of Skin & Aging (now The Dermatologist) contains a fascinating interview with Dr. Joel Schlessinger.
This magazine spotlights “our profession’s innovators and great teachers” so that readers can “gain insight.” Some of these highlighted professionals are “bright stars in our special universe — others unsung heroes.”
The dermatologist who wrote the spotlight feature in September 2009 asked intriguing questions of Dr. Joel Schlessinger — ones that aren’t typically asked in an interview, including:
- Whether or not an understanding and appreciation of humanities is important in dermatology (it is, Dr. Joel Schlessinger explains, when authoring articles or relating to patients)
- His biggest regret (not taking more philosophy, art and history courses in college)
- The patient who’d had the most effect on him (an 82-year-old gentleman with multiple skin cancers who never complained and who dealt with his challenges with cheer and courage)
The author of this piece is Dr. Barankin from Toronto, Canada. He has authored and/or edited five books in dermatology and is the co-editor of Dermanities, an online humanities journal with a dermatological focus.
The Skin & Aging interview revealed an interesting side of Dr. Joel Schlessinger. Here’s another.
At the Advanced Clinical Research Center, Dr. Joel Schlessinger and his team are often performing as many as 25 clinical research trials. These trials range from dermatological to cosmetic surgery-related and you can find details about each one of these at the site, along with information about you can ask to participate.
Freelance writers, editors, journalist and bloggers: are you looking for an expert for your article? Contact Dr. Joel Schlessinger today.