Kory P. Schrom MDDermatology Resident, Department of Dermatology, University Hospitals Cleveland Medical Center, Cleveland, Ohio
Dr. Kory Schrom is a native of Northeast Ohio who earned his medical degree at Northeast Ohio Medical University. He is currently completing his dermatology residency at University Hospitals Cleveland Medical Center/Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine, and he is expected to graduate in June 2023. Currently, he is a member of the residency’s diversity and inclusion committee, a member of the quarterly cosmetic clinic planning committee, and a representative for his residency on his institution’s GME Resident Forum. In addition to his clinical duties, he has several research projects under development among which include evaluating the tolerability of needle-free medication delivery and how under-represented minority status may impact dermatology residency match prospects. Prior to residency, he spent three years as a clinical trials research fellow where he was the lead sub-investigator on both sponsor-initiated and investigator-initiated clinical trials. During this time, he was also granted a fellowship from the National Psoriasis Foundation for his investigations into psoriasis and the microbiome. Professionally, he has a strong interest in medical dermatology; and after residency, he hopes to function as an educator to both medical students and residents.
DisclosuresDr. Schrom has no conflicts of interest or financial relationships to declare.
Recent Contributions to PracticeUpdate:
- Bullous Dermatoses and Depression
- Risk of Anxiety and Depression in Patients With Psoriasis Treated With Apremilast vs Biologics, DMARDs, and Corticosteroids
- Depression Screening at Visits for Acne in the US
- Isotretinoin and Risk Factors for Suicide Attempt
- Psychiatric Adverse Events in Patients Taking Isotretinoin
- Screening for Depression and Suicidality in Psoriasis Patients
- Screening for Depression in Patients With Rosacea