Professional Statement

Jesse M. Lewin, M.D. is a fellowship-trained Mohs Micrographic and Dermatologic surgeon. Dr. Lewin is an Assistant Professor of Dermatology in the Columbia University Medical Center Department of Dermatology at New York Presbyterian Hospital where he teaches Dermatologic Surgery to residents and medical students. Dr. Lewin graduated magna cum laude from Bates College with departmental honors in anthropology. He went on to attend New York University School of Medicine where he was elected president of the Alpha Omega Alpha honor society and was awarded the prestigious Samuel Spiegel award for academic achievement. Following medical school he completed a residency in dermatology at New York University Langone Medical Center in the Ronald O. Perelman Department of Dermatology, which is considered to be one of the nation’s premier dermatology training programs. Dr. Lewin went on to complete an intensive fellowship in Mohs micrographic surgery, laser surgery and cosmetic dermatology at NYU, where he was trained by nationally recognized leaders in skin cancer and reconstructive surgery and cosmetic dermatology.

Languages

English

Gender

Male

Location

Columbia Doctors Midtown880 3rd AvenueNew York, NY 10022
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Specialties

Other

Areas (4)

  • Face
  • Nose
  • Neck
  • Skin

Education & Affiliations

Education & Training

  • Undergraduate School: Bates College
  • Graduate School: NYU School of Medicine
  • Residency: Nyu-Bellevue Med Ctr
  • Fellowships Trained In: Other, Cosmetic Dermatology
  • Fellowship Hospitals: Mohs Micrographic Surgery, Dermatologic Surgery Center, NYU Med Ctr,NYU

Board Certifications

  • American Board of Dermatology
  • Other

Hospital Affiliations

  • New York-Presbyterian Hospital

Awards & Recognitions

  • The Prestigious Samuel Spiegel Award For Academic Achievement
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