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Melanie C. Grossman

Clinical Assistant Professor

Cornell University

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Cornell University

130 E. Seneca Street Suite 520

Ithaca, New York,14850

United States

Company Description

Located in Ithaca, NY, Cornell University is a private institution that was founded in 1865. Today, it consists of 14 different schools that operate under the umbrella of the university. Cornell ranks 15 on the list of best national universities, 16 on the lis...more

Background Information

Employment History

Clinical Assistant Professor

New York Hospital-Cornell Medical Center


Assistant Clinical Professor of Dermatology

Columbia University


Clinical Instructor of Dermatology

Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center


Cosmetic Dermatologist and Laser Surgeon

Melanie C. Grossman, M.D., P.C.


Director of Research

Laser & Skin Surgery Center of New York


Affiliations

The Patient's Guide

Scientific Board Member


Microdermabrasion

Scientific Advisory Board Member


The Patient's Guide

Scientific Advisory Board Member


Tattoo Removal Inc

Advisory Board Member


American Society for Laser Medicine and Surgery Inc

Fellow


American Society for Dermatologic Surgery

Fellow


American Academy of Dermatology

Fellow


WENDY LEWIS & CO LTD

Medical Advisory Board Member


Cellulite Removal

Scientific Advisory Board Member


Botulinum Toxin

Scientific Advisory Board Member


Scar Removal

Scientific Advisory Board Member


Hair Removal Journal

Board Member


Freckles

Scientific Advisory Board Member


Collagen Corporation

Scientific Advisory Board Member


Chemical Peels

Scientific Advisory Board Member


Acne Scars

Scientific Advisory Board Member


Facial Rejuvenation

Scientific Advisory Board Member


Wrinkles

Scientific Advisory Board Member


Rosacea Treatment

Scientific Advisory Board Member


Age Spots

Scientific Advisory Board Member


Spider Veins

Scientific Advisory Board Member


Stretch Marks

Scientific Advisory Board Member


Fat Removal

Scientific Advisory Board Member


Dermal Filler

Scientific Advisory Board Member


Education

Cornell University Medical School


M.D.

Princeton University


MD

American Academy of Dermatology's Derm Update


MD

New York University School of Medicine


Web References(176 Total References)


Laser and Intense Pulsed Light Equipment Manufacturing Industry News

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Addressing colleagues in Portland, OR, dermatologic surgeon and laser expert Melanie C. Grossman, MD, reviewed clinical data using an 800nm diode laser on 100 patients with skin types I-VI, light to very dark skin.
Dr. Grossman is a clinical assistant professor at Cornell University and the New York Hospital in New York City. The purpose of the study was to determine the safety and efficacy of hair removal using this new type of laser that has a longer wavelength and a cooling handpiece. "We wanted to test our premise that the longer wavelength would make treatment safer for darker skin types, and that the cooling device would produce less side effects to the epidermis and reduce patient discomfort," explained Dr. Grossman. "Were pleased to report that our findings substantiate the potential advantages of the diode laser." According to Dr. Grossman, the newly FDA-cleared diode laser is a very efficient device that contains several small diodes or semiconductors that are arranged together to produce light. We are confident that the diode laser and its future applications hold a great deal of promise," concluded Dr. Grossman. Published Clinical Data by Dr. Grossman Age spot removal by Dr. Grossman


Laser Hair Removal Information » Laser hair removal is Safe

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This was presented at the 25th Annual Scientific and Clinical Meeting of the American Society for Dermatologic Surgery suggest that Addressing colleagues in Portland, OR, dermatologic surgeon and laser expert Melanie C. Grossman, MD, reviewed clinical data using an 800nm diode laser on 100 patients with skin types I-VI, light to very dark skin.
Dr. Grossman is a clinical assistant professor at Cornell University and the New York Hospital in New York City. The purpose of the study was to determine the safety and efficacy of hair removal using this new type of laser that has a longer wavelength and a cooling handpiece. "We wanted to test our premise that the longer wavelength would make treatment safer for darker skin types, and that the cooling device would produce less side effects to the epidermis and reduce patient discomfort," explained Dr. Grossman. "We're pleased to report that our findings substantiate the potential advantages of the diode laser." According to Dr. Grossman, the newly FDA-cleared diode laser is a very efficient device that contains several small diodes or semiconductors that are arranged together to produce light. We are confident that the diode laser and its future applications hold a great deal of promise," concluded Dr. Grossman.


Laser Hair Removal Information » 2005 » June

www.laserhairnews.com [cached]

Dr. Grossman is a clinical assistant professor at Cornell University and the New York Hospital in New York City.The purpose of the study was to determine the safety and efficacy of hair removal using this new type of laser that has a longer wavelength and a cooling handpiece."We wanted to test our premise that the longer wavelength would make treatment safer for darker skin types, and that the cooling device would produce less side effects to the epidermis and reduce patient discomfort," explained Dr. Grossman."We're pleased to report that our findings substantiate the potential advantages of the diode laser."According to Dr. Grossman, the newly FDA-cleared diode laser is a very efficient device that contains several small diodes or semiconductors that are arranged together to produce light.We are confident that the diode laser and its future applications hold a great deal of promise," concluded Dr. Grossman.


Looking good with laser therapy

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Speaking at the American Academy of Dermatology's 58th Annual Meeting in San Francisco on March 10, Melanie C. Grossman, MD, clinical assistant professor of dermatology at Cornell University Medical School in New York City, discussed recent innovations in laser therapy that allow dermatologists to treat common skin problems with better results and fewer side effects.However, Dr. Grossman is optimistic about future possibilities, explaining that "new lasers currently under research will further improve treatments for darker pigmented skin."The latest technology releases more energy into the skin, producing good results with fewer side effects, and also sprays a cooling mist that reduces feelings of discomfort - it feels like the snap of a rubber band, says Dr. Grossman.


Laser Hair Removal Questions

www.hair-removal-machines-worldwide.com [cached]

Addressing colleagues in Portland, OR, dermatologic surgeon and laser expert Melanie C. Grossman, MD, reviewed clinical data using an 800 nm diode laser on 100 patients with skin types I-VI, light to very dark skin.Dr. Grossman is a clinical assistant professor at Cornell University and the New York Hospital in New York City.The purpose of the study was to determine the safety and efficacy of hair removal using this new type of laser that has a longer wavelength and a cooling hand piece."We wanted to test our premise that the longer wavelength would make treatment safer for darker skin types, and that the cooling device would produce less side effects to the epidermis and reduce patient discomfort," explained Dr. Grossman."We're pleased to report that our findings substantiate the potential advantages of the diode laser."According to Dr. Grossman, the newly FDA-cleared diode laser is a very efficient device that contains several small diodes or semiconductors that are arranged together to produce light.We are confident that the diode laser and its future applications hold a great deal of promise," concluded Dr. Grossman.Speaking today at the American Academy of Dermatology's Derm Update '98, Melanie C. Grossman, MD, Clinical Assistant Professor of Dermatology, Cornell University Medical School, New York, NY, discussed new laser technologies that are emerging in the treatment of unwanted body hair."Recent improvements in the understanding of laser skin interactions and advances in laser technology have afforded the development of several laser-assisted hair removal strategies.Coupled with our existing knowledge, this gives way to new and exciting possibilities into future testing and research development," Dr. Grossman said."With the development of new treatments underway and the refining of existing technologies, the dermatological advancement of hair removal is successfully moving forward," Dr. Grossman concluded.


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