Susan J. Lin

Susan J. Huang, MD

Dermatologist

Expertise

Dermatology

Education

Harvard College, Harvard Medical School

Highlights

Experience

Susan J. Huang, MD, FAAD, is a former writer for Verywell Health covering dermatology. She is a board-certified dermatologist and currently practices at Sutter Health. She is also an instructor in dermatology at Harvard Medical School. She has interests in patient education, patient safety and patient advocacy and runs the dermatology blog DermBytes.

Education

Dr. Huang received her AB in biochemistry from Harvard College, where she graduated magna cum laude and phi beta kappa, and her MD from Harvard Medical School. During medical school, she completed a Howard Hughes Medical Institute research fellowship in skin tumor immunology. She completed a medical internship at the Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston, MA and her dermatology residency in the Harvard Combined Residency Program in Dermatology, where she served as a chief resident during her final year.

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