Practical Dermatology - LSUHS Division Chief of Dermatology Dr. Christopher Haas, Pathology Resident Dr. Bohdun Zoshchuk and medical students Rachel Parks and Cameron Robicheaux, contributed to a retrospective clinical review of of two African American patients with basal cell carcinoma.
Our mission in the Division of Dermatology is to serve as an educational resource to the LSU Health Shreveport Department of Medicine, School of Medicine, and the School of Allied Health Professions in expanding the clinical acumen of our providers at the resident and student level in diagnosing and managing skin disease and correlating internal disease with its cutaneous manifestations.
Further, we aim to be a resource to the community in referrals for complex skin disease, surgical management of skin malignancy, as well as the first providers in north Louisiana to accept Medicaid and allow access to dermatologic care across our community.
Finally, we hope to establish a premier dermatologic presence in this institution which will foster research, clinical trials, and innovation. Our top priorities will be meeting the health care needs of our patients and educational needs of our trainees so that they have everything they need to practice confidently upon graduation.
- Cutaneous T-cell lymphomas
- Autoimmune skin conditions, including blistering diseases and skin eruptions of connective tissue diseases
- Melanoma and non-melanoma skin cancer treatment
- Skin surgery
- Skin of color dermatology
- Cutaneous infectious diseases
- Multi-treatment modalities to address chronic and complicated skin disease
- Injectable and minimally-invasive treatments to address signs of aging
- Pediatric dermatology
Practical Dermatology - LSUHS Division Chief of Dermatology Dr. Christopher Haas, Pathology Resident Dr. Bohdun Zoshchuk and medical students Rachel Parks and Cameron Robicheaux, contributed to a retrospective clinical review of four patients with basosquamous carcinoma.
Louisiana State University Health Shreveport (LSUHS) strives to cultivate a diverse and inclusive culture that supports equity, acceptance, and respect for the differences in others. The institution is committed to achieving excellence in fulfilling its mission by utilizing the rich talents of individuals who contribute different backgrounds, perspectives, and experiences to the work and learning environment and who reflect the varied populations of Louisiana. As such, the institution adopts a definition of diversity that embraces a broad spectrum of human expression and characteristics that include but are not limited to race, ethnicity, gender/gender identity, social and cultural attributes, abilities, sexual orientation, religion, rural or metropolitan background, military or veteran status, and age. In addition, diversity also includes life experiences, record of service, and other talents and personal attributes that enhance the work and learning atmosphere. LSUHS is dedicated to building an inclusive and diverse community through the recruitment, enrollment, hiring, and retention/graduation of students, faculty, staff, and leadership who meet this definition of diversity.