Board Certified Dermatologist Sabrina Uddin, M.D., Joins Skin Cancer And Cosmetic Dermatology Center

Wednesday, March 13, 2019

Board certified dermatologist Sabrina Uddin, M.D., has joined the Skin Cancer & Cosmetic Dermatology Center bringing her  skin care expertise to the family of 14 dermatology clinics serving Northwest Georgia and Southeast Tennessee.

“We are excited to have Dr. Uddin join our talented team of medical professionals at the Skin Cancer & Cosmetic Dermatology Center. Her dermatology background on skin care and safety brings an area of expertise that is in significant demand,” says Dr.

John Chung, medical director, president and CEO of the Skin Center & Cosmetic Dermatology Center.

Dr. Uddin is a graduate of University of Illinois at Chicago College of Medicine and received her undergraduate degree from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. She completed a three-year residency at Loma Linda University Medical Center in California, serving as the Admissions Committee advisor for the university’s Department of Dermatology residency program.

Her written work on sun-safe behaviors for Hispanic skin have been published in the Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology and the Journal of Cancer Education.  She contributed a chapter regarding Hispanic cultural habits and practices in the Dermatology for Skin of Color (McGraw Hill Professional, 2013).

Dr. Uddin was admitted to the Gold Humanism Honor Society, which honors senior medical students for excellence in clinical care in 2013. That same year she served as the UIC College of Medicine Class Board Secretary; in 2010 she served as Domestic Violence chair of the American Medical Student Association at UIC. Dr. Uddin also received the Mary Ellen Defenbaugh Scholarship, awarded by the UIC College of Medicine dean for excellent academic record and moral standing in 2010. In 2006, she was awarded the Paul W. Borgeson Study Abroad Scholarship. Dr. Uddin is a member of the American Academy of Dermatology.

“I am pleased to join the dermatology team at the Skin Cancer & Cosmetic Dermatology Center. My patients throughout the Chattanooga and North Georgia regions are the reason I love what I do, and helping them make smart decisions to protect their skin is one of the greatest honors a dermatologist could have. I am excited to be part of the exceptional team at the Skin Cancer & Cosmetic Dermatology Center and looking forward to helping patients better understand their skin” said Dr. Uddin.

Dr. Uddin is now accepting patients at the Skin Cancer & Cosmetic Dermatology Center’s facilities in Downtown Chattanooga, Dayton, Athens and Dalton.


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