Running his own practice in New York City, Dr. Mark R. Avram is also
currently the Assistant Clinical Professor of Dermatology at the New
York Presbyterian Hospital - Weill Medical College at Cornell Medical
Center. He shares his affiliation with the Long Island College Hospital
in New York City, acting as Chief of their Division of Dermatology.
Dr. Avram earned his B.A. at Tufts University in 1985 and continued
studying at SUNY Health and Science Center in Brooklyn, thus earning
his MD title in 1989. He interned at New York University- VA from 1989-1990,
and then became a Resident of the Department of Dermatology at Harvard
from 1990-1994. He resided as Chief Resident at Longwood Area Hospital
in Boston from 1993-1994. He finished his Fellowship in Dermatologic
Cosmetic Surgery at the Stough Clinic in Arizona in 1995. His clinical
research consists of "Laser Assisted Removal of 'Large Plugs'", "Gene
chip study of the baldness gene", "CO2, Erbium Laser and Hair Transplantation",
"1064nm YAG vs. 585nm Pulsed Dye Laser for Leg Veins", and "1064nm YAG
vs. 755nm Alexandrite Laser for Hair Removal".