Medical Expert - Amy J. McMichael, MD

Area of Expertise: Dermatology - Hair Disorders and Cosmetic
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Amy J. McMichael, MD

Professor of Dermatology

McMichael has published numerous articles and book chapters in the area of scalp and hair disorders, as well as quality of life issues surrounding disorders of pigmentation. She is currently listed in Best Doctors in America and is a diplomat of the American Board of Dermatology. She has also served on several editorial review boards and presently is a contributing editor for Cosmetic Dermatology as well as the continuing medical education editor for The Dermatologist. She is chair of dermatology at Wake Forest Baptist.

Keywords

general dermatology, hair and scalp disease, ethnic and pigmented skin disease, epidemiology of skin disease, Minority Health- Hair and Scalp Disease, Skin Care, Skin Cancer, Ethnic and Pigmented Skin Disease, Cosmetic Dermatology

IN THE NEWS

Hair Care Issues Contribute to Exercise Barriers for African-American Women

Research from Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center shows that about a third of African-American women cite complications of hair care as the reason they do not exercise or exercise less than they would like, according to Amy J. McMichael, M.D., the lead author of the study published online today by Archives of Dermatology, a JAMA network publication.

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