Cybele Fishman, M.D.Board Certified Dermatologist (2003)
As a physician, I value my patients' needs and concerns as paramount to effective treatment. You should feel cared for and listened to, and to this end, I personally attend to each patient. This individualized focus, combined with state of the art technologies and an integrative approach, will lead to the best results.
I am always seeking to further my knowledge as a medical professional. In 2010, I studied integrative medicine at the Continuum Center for Health and Healing, Beth Israel Medical Center in New York City. I am open-minded about and encouraging of patients who wish to use complementary approaches to skin wellness, whether these be dietary modifications, supplements, homeopathy, Chinese medicine, or Ayurveda.
I received my Medical Degree from NYU School of Medicine, and completed an internship in Internal Medicine at Brigham and Women’s Hospital. My dermatology training was at Albert Einstein School of Medicine, where I was Chief Resident. In addition, I completed advanced Fellowship training in Melanoma and Pigmented Lesions at Massachusetts General Hospital and Harvard Medical School. I have authored peer- reviewed publications on Melanoma. I am affiliated with Mount Sinai Hospital.
I received my undergraduate degree from Princeton University, where I was a magna cum laude graduate with a BA in Romance Languages and Literature.
Other professional affiliations include fellow of the American Academy of Dermatology and a member of the Dermatologic Society of New York.
In addition to being featured in a series of educational videos for Howcast and Parents Magazine, I have been quoted in a wide range of health, beauty, and wellness publications such as InStyle, Spa Magazine, and Kiwi. I have also been a guest on the Dr. Oz show speaking about natural ways to reverse sun damage.