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About Dr. Harib Ezaldein, M.D.
Dr. Harib Ezaldein is a dermatologist specializing in skin cancer detection and treatment, hair follicule disorders, blistering disease and infectious dermatology.
Dr. Ezaldein was trained in biomedical and nanoengineering at Yale, where he also completed his medical school training.
He pursued a surgical internship year at University of Washington in Seattle, with a concentration on plastics and burn surgery. He completed his dermatologic training at Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio, where he served as chief coordinator of academic research and the Cleveland Dermatologic Society meetings.
Dr. Ezaldein completed a research fellowship with the Howard Hughes Medical Institute and has an innate interest in immunology, dermatologic device regulation, biomedical engineering, and healthcare outcomes work.
WIth over 50 peer-reviewed publications and numerous current laboratory research collaborations, he is motivated to bring the most innovative therapies from an investigational phase to patients.
- Executive Board Member, American College of Mohs Surgery (2020- )
- Chief of Academic Research, Case Western Reserve/University Hospitals (2019-2020)
- Membership Committee, American Society of Laser Medicine and Surgery (2019-)
- Cleveland Dermatologic Society Chief Coordinator (2017-2020)
- University Hospitals/Case Western Dermatology Residency Interviews Coordinator (2017, 2018)
- Class President, Yale School of Medicine
- Co-captain Yale School of Medicine “Nothing But Netters” Basketball team (2011- 2016)
Education & Training
- Medical School: Yale University
- Surgical Internship: University of Washington in Seattle
- Research Fellowship: Howard Hughes Medical Institute