30 Apr 2017.Reading time 7 minutes.
Dr. James Clarke White was a man of firsts: first independent chair of dermatology, first full-professor of dermatology, the first President of the American Dermatological Association, and the first to describe keratosis follicularis, also known as “Darier-White Disease”. Dr. White wouldn’t really ever back down from something about which he had strong convictions. It’s hard […]
18 Apr 2017.Reading time 10 minutes.
Bill James is not one to toot his own horn, so we will do so here. Dr. James shares some qualities with Louis A. Duhring: both are scholars, quietly studious, and interested in passing on dermatologic knowledge. Dr. James is one of those benevolent people who will go out of his way to say a kind word of inspiration […]
1 Apr 2017.Reading time 4 minutes.
For the inaugural post of save the moulages, we are highlighting a founding-father of dermatology in the United States, Louis A. Duhring. He was a proponent of moulage to teach dermatology and was the first physician to describe and recognize the unique set of cutaneous disease associated with gluten allergy. Duhring created a unifying […]