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Anna Eisenstein, MD/PhD

Dermatology
Patient type treated
Child, Adult
Accepting new patients
Yes
Referral required
From physicians only
Board Certified in
Dermatology

Biography

Anna Eisenstein, MD, PhD, is a dermatologist who practices general medical dermatology. She treats a wide range of skin conditions in children and adults, and performs skin cancer screening examinations.

She likes reaching a diagnosis for a patient and seeing them improve on therapy, as well as developing relationships with them through all ages and stages of life.

Dr. Eisenstein is also a researcher who is interested in the exponential rise in prevalence of eczema and food allergies. Her research aims to explore whether certain environmental factors can promote the development of eczema and food allergies.

             

 

 

Titles

  • Instructor

Education & Training

  • Resident
    Yale University School of Medicine/ Yale New Haven Hospital (2020)
  • Intern
    Newton Wellesley Hospital (2017)
  • MD/PhD
    Boston University School of Medicine (2016)
  • BA
    Middlebury College, Biochemistry (2007)

Additional Information

Biography

Anna Eisenstein, MD, PhD, is a dermatologist who practices general medical dermatology. She treats a wide range of skin conditions in children and adults, and performs skin cancer screening examinations.

She likes reaching a diagnosis for a patient and seeing them improve on therapy, as well as developing relationships with them through all ages and stages of life.

Dr. Eisenstein is also a researcher who is interested in the exponential rise in prevalence of eczema and food allergies. Her research aims to explore whether certain environmental factors can promote the development of eczema and food allergies.

             

 

 

Titles

  • Instructor

Education & Training

  • Resident
    Yale University School of Medicine/ Yale New Haven Hospital (2020)
  • Intern
    Newton Wellesley Hospital (2017)
  • MD/PhD
    Boston University School of Medicine (2016)
  • BA
    Middlebury College, Biochemistry (2007)

Additional Information