Thank you Michigan Dermatological Society!

Writen by Dr. Paul M. Graham On May 17th, 2017, my colleague (Dr. Benjamin Bashline) and I had the honor to speak at the annual MDS Research Meeting after both winning first place in the resident research competition. Although this was our final speaking engagement as dermatology residents, we represented St. Joseph Mercy Dermatology exceedinglyContinue reading “Thank you Michigan Dermatological Society!”

Dandruff: An Unfavorable Pandemic

Paul M. Graham, D.O. Do you have dandruff or ever wonder why this embarrassing disease exists?  Well, your’re in the right place to get your answer. Dandruff, otherwise known as seborrheic dermatitis, is the most common form of eczema that is seen by dermatologists. Seborrheic dermatitis is an inflammatory disorder of the scalp and faceContinue reading “Dandruff: An Unfavorable Pandemic”

Second Skin: A Revolutionary Discovery

Paul M. Graham, D.O. On Monday, Living Proof and M.I.T. reported in the Journal of Nature Materials the use of an invisible polymer that could be applied to the skin surface, providing enough elastic support to give the skin a more youthful, elastic appearance. In this report, “second skin, (XPL)” was applied to the lower eyelid fat padsContinue reading “Second Skin: A Revolutionary Discovery”