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Dr. Sarah Wolfe Graduates from Duke DCLP

Doctor Sarah Wolfe Congratulations to Dr. Sarah Wolfe on graduating from the 2021 Duke Clinical Leadership Program. The 6-month program is designed to help participants deepen awareness of healthcare operations and develop individual leadership skills. Graduation took place on June 24.


Anita Johnson and David Jereb Receive Streicher Award

Streicher Award pin

Anita Johnson and David Jereb are the July 2021 recipients of the Streicher Service Award. The award is given to members of the staff that demonstrate their commitment to providing exceptional service to Duke Dermatology Patients, Providers, and Support Team.

Anita is a Medical Assistant Certified 1 at Duke South Durham. She has been with Duke Dermatology for five years. David is a Laboratory Supervisor at Wakefield Mohs Surgery. He has been with Duke Dermatology for two years.

Award recipients are selected twice a year. The award will be presented again in December 2021.


Melissa Sarver Wins First Place at NCDA Poster Competition


Melissa Sarver

Melissa Sarver, 4th Year Medical Student at Duke, won first place in the poster competition at the North Carolina Dermatology Association conference.  Melissa presented on Characteristics of Patients Presenting with Single Primary vs. Second Primary Melanoma Lesions. Melissa's research interests are health services/outcome-based research. NCDA was held in Asheville, NC from July 9-11, 2021.



Dr. Elise Olsen Receives Two Major Honors and Publishes Landmark Article


Dr. Elise Olsen Dr. Elise Olsen has recently received two major honors.  She has been named 2021 Honorary Member of the AAD for her work advancing the profession through leadership and service.
Dr. Olsen has also received the David Whiting Leadership and Research Award from the American Hair Research Society for her work and research in hair disorders.
Dr. Olsen’s recent achievements also include the publication of Guidelines for Clinical Trials of Frontal Fibrosing Alopecia: Consensus Recommendations from the International FFA Cooperative Group (IFFACG) in the British Journal of Dermatology.



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