Warren R. Heymann MDProfessor of Medicine and Pediatrics and Head of the Division of Dermatology, Cooper Medical School of Rowan University, Camden, New Jersey; Clinical Professor of Dermatology, Perelman School of Medicine of the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Dr. Warren R. Heymann received his MD degree from the Albert Einstein College of Medicine (1979), completed an internship in Internal Medicine at NYU/Bellevue (1980), a residency in dermatology at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine (1983), and a fellowship in dermatopathology at the University of Pennsylvania (1985).
He is board certified in dermatology, dermatopathology, and pediatric dermatology. He has been affiliated with the Cooper Medical School of Rowan University since 1986, where he is currently Professor of Medicine and Pediatrics and Head of the Division of Dermatology (since 1988). He is also Clinical Professor of Dermatology at the Perelman School of Medicine of the University of Pennsylvania.
Dr. Heymann is a co-editor of the textbook Treatment of Skin Disease and the editor of the online dermatology program Clinical Decision Support: Dermatology.
He is a past editor of Dialogues in Dermatology and has authored numerous papers and book chapters, focusing mostly on a variety of issues related to medical and pediatric dermatology. He currently has a column named “The Heymann File” in the journal SkinMed, where he discusses dermatologic subjects of interest.
Recent Contributions to PracticeUpdate:
- Dr. Warren Heymann: Diagnosing Infectious Diseases in 2028: Let the Good Times Roll
- Dr. Warren Heymann on Changing Perceptions of Pediatric Mastocytosis
- Dr. Warren Heymann on Red Genitals: New Roads to Recovery
- Dr. Warren Heymann: Dermatopathology Reports About Basal Cell Carcinoma Margins Cannot Be Marginal
- Dr. Warren Heymann on a String of (Clinical) Pearls About Drug-Induced Linear IgA Disease
- Dr. Warren Heymann on Dupilumab’s Conjunctivitis Conundrum
- Dr. Warren Heymann on Paraneoplastic Sarcoidosis: A Proposal to Revise and Rename the “Sarcoidosis–Lymphoma Syndrome”
- Dr. Warren Heymann Asks "Do You Continue Isotretinoin Until Clearance or Stop After a Cumulative Dose?"
- Dr. Warren Heymann on Radical Chik: Chikungunya Fever Presenting as a Toxic Epidermal Necrolysis-Like Eruption
- Dr. Warren Heymann on Topical Nitroglycerin: Uses That May Detonate Existing Therapeutic Paradigms