Duke Dermatology is a leader in advanced, state-of-the-art treatment of skin diseases and disorders.
Dermatology services at Duke include the following:
We have achieved and maintained national recognition for excellence in patient care, teaching, and research.
Our current clinical studies are evaluating new treatments for psoriasis, blistering diseases, hair disorders, leg ulcers, cutaneous T cell lymphoma, and other diseases.
For more information or to make a dermatology appointment, call 919-684-3432.
Duke Department of Dermatology provides dermatologic services to a large outpatient population as well as to patients admitted to Duke University Medical Center.
Duke Department of Dermatology was established in 1939. It was the first dermatology training program developed in the southeastern United States.
The program was founded by J. Lamar Callaway, MD (Dr. Cal), an outstanding clinician and teacher, and a pioneer in academic dermatology. He established a tradition of excellence in clinical care, teaching, and research that remains the standard for our department.