Dr. Nada Elbuluk is a board-certified dermatologist and Associate Professor at the USC Keck School of Medicine, Department of Dermatology. She is the founder and director of the USC Skin of Color and Pigmentary Disorders Program and Fellowship. She also serves as the Director of the Dermatology Diversity and Inclusion Program, as well as the Director of Curriculum Equity for the Keck School of Medicine. She spent four years as an Assistant Professor at New York University’s School of Medicine, where she was the founder and director of the pigmentary disorder clinic and served as the Diversity Ambassador for the Department.
Dr. Elbuluk’s clinical and research interests include general medical and cosmetic dermatology, ethnic skin conditions, and pigmentary disorders including vitiligo, melasma, and postinflammatory pigmentation. She performs a variety of procedures including chemical peels, microneedling, lasers, and botox and has expertise in safely performing these procedures in all skin types.
Dr. Elbuluk is passionate about teaching and advancing the field of dermatology through research on pigmentary disorders and ethnic skin conditions and published in numerous academic journals. She has lectured both national and internationally on her areas of expertise. She also serves as a media expert for the American Academy of Dermatology and has been interviewed by numerous media outlets including the Washington Post, Health, Women’s Health, Essence, Prevention, Allure, Reader’s Digest, the Huffington Post, SELF, and NBC.com.
Dr. Elbuluk is a Diplomate of the American Academy of Dermatology and holds professional memberships with the American Academy of Dermatology, the Women’s Dermatologic Society, the American Society for Dermatologic Surgery, and the Skin of Color Society.
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Did You Know
Skin of color patients comprise the majority in California, New Mexico and Texas…and soon will be the majority in Arizona, Nevada, Georgia, New York and Florida.
By 2042, more than 50% of the US population will have skin of color.