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Stephen M. Schleicher, MD

DermDox Founder

American Medical Association
Fellow, American Academy of Dermatology

New York Academy of Sciences

International Society for Dermatology

American Telemedicine Association 

Dr. Stephen Schleicher is a board certified dermatologist and the founder/director of the DermDox Centers for Dermatology.  He graduated Phi Beta Kappa from Rutgers University, received his medical degree with academic honors from the Hahnemann Medical College and completed his dermatology residency at the Temple Skin and Cancer Hospital.


The author of two books and over one hundred journal articles, Dr. Schleicher served on the Editorial Board of the journal Emergency Medicine and the Advisory Board of the Day Spa Association. Principal Investigator for over two dozen phase 2-4 clinical trials, he has travelled throughout Europe investigating skin care products as a consultant to the health and beauty industries. He currently authors a weekly column in the journal Clinical Advisor.  Dr. Schleicher is an Associate Professor of Medicine at the Geisinger Commonwealth Medical College as well as a clinical instructor of dermatology for Kings College and Arcadia University.  He also supervises the only joint podiatry-dermatology fellowship in the US.


The 2017 edition of his book SkinSense: A Dermatologist’s Guide to Skin and Facial Care is available on Amazon.

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Skin Sense!
A Dermatologist's Guide to Skin and Facial Care


Buy it now on Amazon



Skin Disease Of The Lower Extremities: A Photographic Guide


Cover Article: Emergency Medicine Magazine


Monthly Column: Diagnosis at a Glance


Dr. Schleicher on Radio: Psoriasis




American Academy of Dermatology Poster Exhibit


American Academy of Dermatology Poster Exhibit, July 2008


Miami Derm Symposium 2013


Carribean Derm 2014


Miami Derm Symposium 2015


Derm 2015 Las Vegas






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