Dr. Amanda Eisinger

Investigative Dermatology Research Fellow (2020-2021)

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“My path to dermatology is the direct result of my experience as both having been a patient with a serious skin condition as well as a caretaker for my mother with a more advanced form of the same disease. When I reflect on these experiences I am grateful that we were treated by intelligent and compassionate physicians. This defined the doctor I aspire to be and the empathic care I try to deliver on a daily basis.  Dermatology, including the treatment of women with hair and scalp issues, is an opportunity for me to form meaningful and long-lasting relationships with patients. It allows me to further a philosophy both my mom and I shared through our treatment: self-confidence and overall improved mental health are intimately connected to physical health. It is an honor to help women understand their hair loss and to improve their self-image as they make treatment decisions. 

I was born and raised in New York City. I traveled farther north for college and graduated from Brandeis University with a BA in Psychology. Following my post-baccalaureate premedical studies, I spent several years working at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center where I gained experience in clinical research and administration. Specifically, I managed several clinical research protocols for women living with gynecologic malignancies. I attended the New York Institute of Technology College of Osteopathic Medicine. As a future dermatologist, I am grateful to partner with and learn from our fantastic patients.”

Amanda Eisinger, DO

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Education and Training

Brandeis University (BA, cum laude) 
Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center (research) 
New York Institute of Technology College of Osteopathic Medicine (DO)  
Pilaris Dermatology (Research Fellowship)  

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Selected Awards

Translating Osteopathic Understanding Into Community Health (TOUCH) Gold Award 
College of Osteopathic Student Government Presidents Winter Research Symposium Travel Grant


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