Misha Rosenbach, MD
Dr. Misha Rosenbach is an Associate Professor of Dermatology at the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania. He is the co-director of the inpatient consult service, and serves a variety of educational roles including Vice Chair of Education, Program Director of the dermatology residency, and core clinical faculty in the department of medicine. Dr. Rosenbach’s clinical practice is focused on complex medical dermatology, where he runs a sarcoidosis clinic, urgent access clinic, and sees inpatients and outpatients with hematologic malignancies and cutaneous complications, autoimmune skin conditions, or patients with undiagnosed diseases; his research is focused primarily on sarcoidosis and granulomatous skin conditions, and he is actively engaged in efforts to educate medicine, and dermatology, about the importance of climate change on health. He has published more than 200 peer reviewed articles, multiple chapters, and textbooks including serving as one of the editors of Andrew’s Diseases of the Skin. He is the former deputy editor of JAMA Dermatology and remains on its editorial board, and holds multiple leadership roles across Dermatology, including serving as one of the co-Founders and co-Chairs of the AAD’s Expert Resource Group on Climate Change and Dermatology. He has published extensively on the intersection between Climate Change and medicine, in particular dermatology, and is actively involved in multiple organizations focused on sustainability in medicine.