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Sailesh Konda

Sailesh Konda MD, FAAD

Medical Director, Co-Director of Mohs Surgery and Surgical Dermatology, Assistant Clinical Professor of Dermatology, UF Health Dermatology

Dr. Sailesh Konda is an Assistant Clinical Professor of Dermatology at the University of Florida Health System where he serves as Medical Director and Co-Director of Mohs Surgery and Surgical Dermatology.

He completed his undergraduate and medical education at the George Washington University as part of a competitive seven-year BS/MD program. He went on to complete an internship in internal medicine at Boston University/Boston Medical Center and worked as a research associate at the University of California, San Francisco. After completing his dermatology residency at Howard University Hospital, he received additional fellowship training in Mohs surgery/procedural dermatology at Loma Linda University Medical Center. During his fellowship, he also worked at Riverside County Regional Medical Center and served as a Volunteer Assistant Clinical Professor at the University of California, Riverside.

He has collaborated and co-authored numerous research publications and book chapters with colleagues from around the country. He also has a special interest in the evolving role of private equity within dermatology. Dr. Konda is a fellow of the American Academy of Dermatology and an associate member of the American College of Mohs Surgery.