Dr. Amy Rose is a board-certified dermatologist and Clinical Instructor of Dermatology at New York University. Dr. Rose earned her Bachelor of Arts degree from Princeton University where she was elected to Phi Beta Kappa and received Highest Honors from the Department of English and Creative Writing. She then received her medical degree from Stanford University and was awarded the Resident Scholar Fellowship Award to fund a year-long research project in oncology.
After medical school, Dr. Rose completed two years of general surgery training at New York University School of Medicine. She then returned to the laboratory as the melanoma research fellow for the NYU Interdisciplinary Melanoma Research Group, one of the largest melanoma research centers in the country. Following her melanoma fellowship, she completed her dermatology residency at NYU in the Ronald O. Perelman Department of Dermatology.
During her residency she was twice awarded the Husik Prize for best research paper and was a two-time finalist in the Dermatology Society of New York’s Stritzler Resident Research Competition, winning the competition in her first year. Throughout her residency and fellowship, Dr. Rose published over 20 research studies on melanoma and cosmetic dermatology including a book chapter about non-surgical rejuvenation of the temple in Clinics in Plastic Surgery.
Coming from NYU dermatology residency, Dr. Rose has a comprehensive background in medical, surgical and cosmetic dermatology. Given her prior training in general surgery, she has cultivated a special interest in procedural dermatology, specifically laser surgery, soft tissue augmentation, and acne scarring.
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