Dr. Goldberg recognized as a true pioneer in dermatology with one of the highest honors in the industry.
(PRWEB) March 8, 2010 -- The Sturge-Weber Foundation honored renowned dermatologist Dr. David J. Goldberg with one of the industry’s highest awards at a tribute dinner held in Miami on March 05, 2010. Dr. Goldberg is a pioneer in the field of dermatology and director of Skin Laser & Surgery Specialists of New York and New Jersey.
According to Karen Ball, President of the Sturge-Weber Foundation, “Each year, the Sturge-Weber Foundation singles out one outstanding leader in dermatology to receive what has become one of the highest accolades that can be achieved in our field. Dr. Goldberg is one of the true pioneers in dermatology, who has worked tirelessly to bring cutting edge technologies, innovative techniques and promising new treatments to the practice of medical and cosmetic dermatology. His work with skin lasers is unparalleled, and he is widely recognized as one of the world’s leading dermatologists. We are extremely pleased to honor him at our annual dinner.”
Dr. Goldberg is world-renowned for his innovative work with skin lasers, cosmetic dermatology and facial rejuvenation techniques. The Sturge-Weber Foundation honor is another in a long list of awards and honors received by Dr. Goldberg. He was the first recipient of the prestigious Leon Goldman award, named after the founder of laser surgery. In addition, he was named one of the top ten laser surgeons in the United States by Self magazine; one of the best doctors in America by both Woodward/White, Inc. and Doctors Inc.; and one of the best dermatologists in New Jersey by New Jersey Monthly. A prolific author who has contributed to more than 10 academic textbooks and 125 papers, Dr. Goldberg also serves as a clinical professor and Director of Laser Research at the Mt. Sinai School of Medicine.
Dr. Goldberg said, “I am extremely humbled to be named the Sturge-Weber Foundation honoree this year. The Foundation has accomplished so much in their mission to improve the quality of life for people with port wine stain birthmarks and associated conditions. I look forward to continuing to contribute to finding new treatments that can bring hope and relief to patients and their families.”
About the Sturge-Weber Foundation
Founded in 1987, the Sturge-Weber Foundation is dedicated to providing support and improving the quality of life for people with Sturge-Weber Syndrome and associated port wine birthmark conditions. Sturge-Weber Syndrome is a congenital neurological disorder, characterized by a large port wine stain birthmark on the face. Symptoms may include convulsive seizures that begin in infancy, muscle weakness, developmental delays, and mental retardation. The Sturge-Weber Foundation’s tribute event in Miami helps to facilitate research and fund patient care at Centers of Excellence around the country. For further information about the Sturge-Weber Foundation, please visit http://www.sturge-weber.org/.
About David J. Goldberg, M.D.
A board-certified dermatologist who has been in practice since 1985, Dr. David J. Goldberg has treated patients and taught doctors throughout the world in the use of cutting-edge cosmetic and medical dermatology, skin lasers and facial rejuvenation techniques. Under his direction, Skin Laser & Surgery Specialists of New York and New Jersey has been a pioneer in making cosmetic dermatology and skin laser technologies available to the public. For more information about cosmetic dermatology or Dr. Goldberg, visit http://www.skinandlasers.com or call 561-367-9101.
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