Glenn D. Goldman MDFollansbee Professor and Chief of Dermatology, University of Vermont College of Medicine, Burlington, Vermont; President, American College of Mohs Surgery
Glenn Goldman is Follansbee Professor and Chief of Dermatology at the University of Vermont College of Medicine. Dr. Goldman grew up in southeastern Connecticut. He was graduated from Dartmouth College and Cornell Medical School, completed his internship at The New York Hospital – Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center and was trained in dermatology at Yale University. This was followed by a one year fellowship in Mohs surgery and reconstruction with Leonard Dzubow at the University of Pennsylvania.
Since 1996 Dr. Goldman has been on faculty at the University of Vermont College of Medicine. He established and grew both the dermatology residency and procedural dermatology fellowship. He is a professor of medicine and surgery. He has 47 refereed publications, 12 book chapters and reviews, and he has authored a text of facial reconstruction. He has given 258 lectures locally, regionally, nationally and internationally. He is an internationally recognized dermatologist and has travelled to numerous countries to teach dermatologic surgery. serves as the Chair of the International Travelling Mentorship Program of the American Society for Mohs Surgery. In this role he has travelled to Chile, Romania, and South Africa to operate on patients and further the ability of local dermatologic surgeons. He is President of the American College of Mohs Surgery.
Dr. Goldman’s greatest interests lie in the areas of tumor removal and reconstruction. He has served in many positions including being on the Board of Trustees of the American College of Mohs Surgery (ACMS) and a five year tenure as the ACMS representative to the American Medical Association Resource Based Relative Value Update Committee.
Dr. Goldman has received numerous awards and honors, but his greatest achievement has been in the training of his residents and fellows, multiple of whom have gone on to distinguished academic careers. When he is not operating he will be found fishing or travelling with his boys, or a combination of the two.