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Jesse Lewin, MD is the System Chief of the Division of Dermatologic & Cosmetic Surgery as well as the Program Director for Micrographic Surgery & Dermatolgoic Oncology Fellowship Program. After graduating Magna Cum Laude from Bates College in2004, Dr. Lewin spent two years as a Clinical Research Study Assistant in theDepartment of Genitourinary Oncology at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center.In 2006, Dr. Lewin began medical school at NYU School of Medicine, where hegraduated in 2010. While in medical school, Dr. Lewin acted as President of theAlpha Omega Alpha Honor Society and received the Samuel Spiegel Award forexcellence in general academic achievement. Immediately after medical school,Dr. Lewin completed his intern year in the NYU Department of Medicine, and, in2011, began his residency in NYU Department of Dermatology. In 2014, aftercompleting residency, Dr. Lewin spent a year as the Micrographic Surgery andDermatologic Oncology Fellow in the NYU Department of Dermatology under thementorship of Dr. John A. Carucci. Dr. Lewin joined the NYU Department of Dermatology as anAssistant Professor, as well as Downtown Dermatology where he performed MohsMicrographic, Dermatologic and Laser Surgery. In 2016, Dr. Lewin joined theColumbia University Department of Dermatology as an Assistant Professor. As a clinician, Dr. Lewin has cultivated aformidable clinical profile, becoming very involved in the care of the largesolid organ transplant population and building a large referral network oftransplant physicians for skin cancer screening and management. Dr. Lewin hasan innate ability to combine his intellectual acumen with genuine compassionand empathy, which allows him to establish great rapport with his patients andto provide outstanding clinical care.


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