Elizabeth Tanzi, MD
Dr. Tanzi, Co-Director of the Washington Institute of Dermatologic Laser Surgery in Washington, DC, is an internationally recognized expert on cosmetic dermatology and skin laser surgery. She also serves as Assistant Professor in the Department of Dermatology at the Johns Hopkins Medical Center.
Dr. Tanzi graduated summa cum laude with honors in Biochemistry from Hartwick College in New York. She pursued her medical education at Upstate Medical Center in Syracuse where she graduated in the Alpha Omega Alpha medical honor society at the top of her class. Dr. Tanzi completed her dermatology residency at Columbia University, St. Lukes-Roosevelt Hospital Center in New York where she served as Chief Resident. Since leaving New York, Dr. Tanzi has treated the political and business elite of Washington, DC.
As a physician-scientist, Dr. Tanzi has published over 50 medical articles and chapters and has been involved with the development of several novel laser systems and therapeutic techniques that are now commonly used throughout the world. As a valuable resource in dermatology, Dr. Tanzi is frequently quoted in many media outlets including Vogue, O Magazine, Cosmopolitan, Elle, Allure, In-Style, Self, Fitness, Health,Reader’s Digest, The New York Times, The Washington Post, USA Today and WebMD. She has appeared on The Today Show, Good Morning America, CNN, ABC News, NBC News, CBS News, Fox News, and The Dr. Oz Show.
As a mother of two, Dr. Tanzi realizes the importance of good skin health for the entire family. She also understands the time constraints of modern living. Therefore, she keeps her expert advice simple and practical in order to help everyone achieve their most beautiful skin.
For more information about Dr. Tanzi, visit www.skinlaser.com.
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