Dr. Rhonda J Pomerantz is a Clinical Assistant Professor of Dermatology at New York University Medical Center. She received her Bachelor of Arts Degree from the University of Pennsylvania. She then attended New York University School of Medicine and received her M.D. in 1989. She completed a full internship and residency program in Internal Medicine at New York University Medical Center and was Board Certified in 1992. From 1992 through 1995, she served as a Dermatology resident and Chief Resident at SUNY Health Science Center at Brooklyn. She became Board Certified in Dermatology in 1995. She joined the dermatology staff at NYU in 1995 where she is actively involved in educating the dermatology residents and supervising the Bellevue Dermatology Clinic. She has twice been presented with the award for Dedication And Excellence In The Teaching Of Dermatology. In addition to her teaching responsibilities, Dr. Pomerantz has been practicing dermatology in Manhattan since 1995. Her research is in the area of risk factors for malignant melanoma. She has published articles on this topic and also on medical diseases with dermatologic manifestations and has contributed to published textbooks. She has presented at the Annual American Academy of Dermatology meeting, the National Healthy Skin Program, the Fall Clinical Dermatology Conference and the Advances in Dermatology Meeting at NYU. Dr. Pomerantz is a Fellow of the American Academy of Dermatology and she has served a four year term as a member of the youth education committee. She specializes in Skin Cancer, Acne, Medical Dermatology and Cosmetic problems affecting the skin. Dr. Pomerantz has appeared on national television and cable broadcasts, including the NBC Today Show, Lifetime Channel for Women and Fox News. She has been quoted in numerous beauty and fashion magazines.