Neil Sadick, MD is one of the most influential and renowned dermatologists and researchers in the world. His multiple discoveries have strongly influenced and transformed the future of dermatology. He is founder and Medical Director of Sadick Research Group, which runs multiple FDA clinical trials each year, and is a Clinical Professor of Dermatology at Weill Cornell Medical College in New York.
Dr. Sadick holds board certifications in internal medicine, dermatology, cosmetic surgery, hair restoration surgery and is a diplomate of the American Board of Venous and Lymphatic Medicine. He is one of the world’s most respected dermatologists and is the author of the bestselling consumer book, The New Natural.
He has authored over 300 journal publications and has written 20 books on hair disorders, facial rejuvenation, lasers, sclerotherapy and cosmetic surgery as well as 70 book chapters on cosmeceuticals, hair transplantation, lasers, and sclerotherapy. He has presented more than 500 major academic presentations throughout the world.
Education and Training
Suny-Hlth Sci Ctr At Syracuse, Coll of Med, Syracuse Ny 1977
DermatologyAmerican Board of DermatologyABD
Internal MedicineAmerican Board of Internal MedicineABIM
- Post-sclerotherapy compression: controlled comparative study of duration of
- The role of lasers and light sources in the treatment of leg veins.
- Estrogen and progesterone receptors: their role in postsclerotherapy angiogenesis telangiectatic matting (TM).
- Antibiotics: unapproved uses or indications.
- Treatment of spider veins with the 595 nm pulsed-dye laser.
- The history of dermatology in American phlebology.
- Epidermal cooling crystal collar device for improved results and reduced side effects on leg telangiectasias using intense pulsed light.
- Systemic antibiotic agents.
- Overview of complications of nonsurgical facial rejuvenation procedures.
- Long-term results with a multiple synchronized-pulse 1064 nm Nd:YAG laser for the treatment of leg venulectasias and reticular veins.
- Fatty acid analysis of transplanted adipose tissue.
- A dual wavelength approach for laser/intense pulsed light source treatment of lower extremity veins.
- The utilization of a new yellow light laser (578 nm) for the treatment of class I red telangiectasia of the lower extremities.
- Multifocal pull-through endovascular cannulation technique of ambulatory phlebectomy.
- Botulinum toxin type B for glabellar wrinkles: a prospective open-label response study.
Areas of expertise and specialization
Faculty Titles & Positions
- Clinical Professor of Dermatology Weill Cornell Medical College 2002 - Present
- Adjunct Professor, Department of Dermatology University of MN 2018 - Present
- Leadership Award 2005 American Academy of Cosmetic Surgery
- Distinguished Service Award 2013 American Academy of Cosmetic Surgery
- Physicians Leadership Program 2015 American Academy of Dermatology
- Excellence in Education Award 2018 American Society of Laser Medicine and Surgery
- Walter B. Shelley Leadership Award 2019 Womens Dermatology Society
- General Dermatology
- Laser and Rejuvenation
- Skin Care
- Medical Spa
- Hair Loss
- American Society of Dermatologic Surgeons
- American Academy of Dermatology
- Womens Dermatology Society
- Manhattan Metropolitan Dermatology Society
- Long Island Dermatology Society
- International Society of Dermatologic Surgeons
- Noah Worcester Dermatologic Society
- American Society of Laser Medicine and Surgery
- Residency 1978-1980 -- North Shore University Hospital Resident, Internal Medicine Memorial Sloan Kettering Medical Center Resident, Internal Medicine Training 1980-1982 -- New York Hospital-Cornell Medical Center Resident, Dermatology Memorial Sloan Kettering Medical Center Resident, Dermatology 1982-1983 -- New York Hospital-Cornell Medical Center Chief Resident, Dermatology
- American Academy of Dermatology
Professional Society Memberships
- AAD, ADA, ASDS, WDS, ISDS, ASLMS, AACS, AHRS, ISHRS
- Weill Cornell Medical College - Clinical Professor of DermatologyThe University of MN - Adjunct Faculty, Department of Dermatology
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