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Betty Jiang, MD

Third Year Resident
Start Year
2016

What are your career interests?

I am interested in pigmentary disorders, especially dyspigmentation in ethnic skin, with special focus in the intermediate Fitzpatrick skin types (such as individuals of Asian, Southeast Asian, and Latino ethnic backgrounds). I am also interested in the medical and surgical care of adult dermatology patients, including detection and treatment of skin cancers.

 

Why did you choose Duke for residency training?

I was lucky to have been a medical student at Duke, and got to know the department well. What I can truly say is that the dermatology residents here are happy and feel supported. We have great attendings and co-residents, but you’ll also find that our nurses, researchers, and administrative staff are helpful, friendly, and cheerful people. I feel that people enjoy being here, and this translates to great patient care. Of course, we see a lot of rare diseases at Duke. You will also get comprehensive training in the bread-and-butter of dermatology, in procedures, and in dermatopathology. At the end of training, you will be able to take your career in any direction you wish.

P.S. To the applicants out there, if you’ve never been to Durham or the Triangle area, it’s a great place to live with lots of things to do. Come visit and see for yourself!

 

Education & Training

Undergraduate:  Duke University, BS Biology, 2010
Medical school:  Duke University, MHS, Clinical Research, 2014; Duke University, MD, 2015
Internship:  Internal Medicine, Duke University, 2015-2016

Awards & Honors

  • 2017, American Society for Laser Medicine & Surgery Preceptor Program Awardee (Preceptorship with Dr. Tina Alster at the Washington Institute of Dermatologic Laser Surgery)
  • 2017, Cosmetic Surgical Forum Fellows & Residents Grant
  • 2015, Dean’s Recognition Award.
  • Graduate and Professional Student Council Secretary.
  • 2014, GPSC representative to the Duke University Board of Trustee's Academic Council and the Duke University Union.
  • 2012, 2013, Clinical Research Training Program Scholarship.
Publications & Presentations
PUBLICATIONS
  • Jiang BS, Montgomery S, McDonald M, Prose NS. “Pseudomonas folliculitis in a child with autoimmune neutropenia.” (In Preparation for Pediatric Dermatology)
  • Jiang BS, Prose NS. “A child with lamellar ichthyosis and de novo Myhre syndrome.” (In Preparation for Pediatric Dermatology)
  • Jiang BS, Speicher PJ, Thomas S, Mosca PJ, Abernethy AP, Tyler DS. "Quality of life after isolated limb infusion for in-transit melanoma of the extremity". Annals of Surgical Oncology, 2015 May; 151(5); 5013-21
  • Jiang BS, Beasley G, Speicher PJ, Mosca PJ, Morse M, Hanks B, Salama A, Tyler DS. "Immunotherapy Following Regional Chemotherapy Treatment of Advanced Extremity Melanoma". Annals of Surgical Oncology, 2014 Aug; 21(8):2525-31
  • Choudhry A, Hong J, Chong K, Jiang B, Hartman R, Chu E, Nelson K, Wei ML, Nguyen T. “Patients' preferences for biopsy result notification in an era of electronic messaging methods.” JAMA Dermatology, 2015 May; 151(5):513-21
  • Lidsky ME, Speicher PJ, Jiang BS, Tsutsui M, Tyler DS. "Isolated limb infusion as a model to test new agents to treat metastatic melanoma". Journal of Surgical Oncology, March 2014; 109(4):357-65.
  • Speicher PJ, Beasley G, Jiang BS, Lidsky M, Palmer G, Scarbrough P, Mosca P, Dewhirst M, Tyler D. “Hypoxia in melanoma: using optical spectroscopy and EF5 to assess tumor oxygenation before and during regional chemotherapy for melanoma.” Annals of Surgical Oncology, May 2014; 21(5):1435-40.
  • Speicher PJ, Englum BR, Jiang BS, Pietrobon R, Mantyh CR, Migaly J. “The impact of laparoscopic versus open approach on reoperation rate after segmental colectomy: a propensity analysis.” Journal of Gastrointestinal Surgery, February 2014; 18(2):378-84.
  • Draper S, Kirigiti M, Glavas M, Grayson B, Chong CN, Jiang BS, Smith MS, Zeltser LM, Grove KL. “Differential gene expression between neuropeptide Y expressing neurons of the dorsomedial nucleus of the hypothalamus and the arcuate nucleus: microarray analysis study”. Brain Research, September 2010; 1350:139-150.
ORAL PRESENTATIONS
  • Jiang BS, Lampel HP, Olsen EA, Powers JG. “OnabotulinumtoxinA may improve symptoms and appearance of leonine facies due to Sezary Syndrome.” Cosmetic Surgery Forum. Las Vegas Nevada.
  • Jiang BS, Nicholas MW. “Mosaic Tuberous Sclerosis.” Duke-UNC Case Conference.
  • Jiang BS, Nicholas MW. “Polymyositis-Scleroderma Overlap Syndrome.” Duke-UNC Case Conference.
  • Jiang BS, Nicholas MW, Lesesky EB. “Urticarial Vasculitis.” Duke-UNC Case Conference.
  • Jiang BS, Patel, V. “Recurrent Erythema Multiforme.” Duke-UNC Case Conference.
  • Jiang BS, Beasley G, Speicher PJ, Mosca PJ, Morse M, Hanks B, Salama A, Tyler DS. “Immunotherapy Following Regional Chemotherapy Treatment of Advanced Extremity Melanoma.” Translational Sciences Meeting.
  • Jiang BS, Speicher PJ, Thomas S, Mosca PJ, Abernethy AP, Tyler DS. “Quality of life after isolated limb infusion for in-transit melanoma of the extremity.” Regional Cancer Therapies. Steamboat Springs, CO.
  • Jiang BS, Beasley G, Speicher PJ, Mosca PJ, Morse M, Hanks B, Salama A, Tyler DS. “Immunotherapy Following Regional Chemotherapy Treatment of Advanced Extremity Melanoma.” Academic Surgical Congress. San Diego, CA.
POSTER PRESENTATIONS
  • Jiang BS, Montgomery S, McDonald MT, Prose NS. “A child with lamellar ichthyosis and unrelated Myhre syndrome: an example of blended phenotype.” Submitted to the American Academy of Dermatology Annual Conference, San Diego, CA. February 2018.
  • Jiang BS, Lampel HP, Olsen EA, Powers JG. “OnabotulinumtoxinA may improve symptoms and appearance of leonine facies due to Sezary Syndrome.” Accepted to the Cosmetic Surgery Forum, Las Vegas, NV. November 2017.
  • Jiang BS, Atwater A. “An atypical clinical and histologic presentation of allergic contact dermatitis.” American Contact Dermatology Society. Orlando, FL. March 2017
  • Jiang BS, Hall R, Cardones A. “Cost effectiveness of rituximab for the treatment of moderate-to-severe pemphigus vulgaris.” Society for Investigative Dermatology. Albuquerque, NM. May 2014.
  • Jiang BS, Speicher P, Tyler D. “Quality of life after isolated limb infusion.” Duke Cancer Research Institute Meeting. Durham, NC. May 2013.
  • Jiang BS. “Serotonin depletion increases risky choice in mice.” Duke University. Visible Thinking Research Forum. Durham, NC. April 2009.