Your Aging Skin & Skin Cancer Prevention

Neil Fenske MD, FACP

Date / Time Tuesday, May 15, 2012 - 1:30 PM

The skin is the largest organ of your body, with a total area between 16 and 21 square feet. Our skin protects us from the elements, regulates our body temperature, and allows us to experience touch. With age and environmental exposure our skin will develop wrinkles, loss of underlying fat, increased sagging and irregular pigmentation. Join us for an educational seminar that will shed light on what you should know about your aging skin and what you should be doing to protect it.

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Neil Fenske MD, FACP
Professor and Chairman of the Department of Dermatology & Cutaneous Surgery
Medical Director of USF Health Cosmetic and Laser Center
Professor of Oncologic Sciences

About Neil Fenske MD, FACP

Named one of the Top 17 Dermatologists for women in the nation by Women’s Health Magazine and featured as Tampa Bay Medical News’ Spotlight Physician, Dr. Neil Alan Fenske is Professor and Chairman of the Department of Dermatology & Cutaneous Surgery at USF Health. He is Medical Director of the USF Health Cosmetic and Laser Center and is also a Professor of Oncologic Sciences as well as Pathology & Cell Biology. Dr. Fenske has been widely recognized by his peers in America’s Top Doctors, America’s Top Cancer Doctors, America’s Best Doctors and the Guide to America’s Top Physicians. He was recently awarded the Gustavus Sesquicentennial Award, from his alma mater, an award to recognize individuals who have made a significant difference in the life of the college. He is past president of 7 dermatologic organizations. A nationally and internationally renowned speaker, Dr Fenske’s passion is the University of South Florida; having been a part of the University for over 35 years. Dr. Fenske started the USF Dermatology Residency Program in 1980 and since its inception the program has graduated 70 board-certified dermatologists. His areas of special interest are skin cancer, melanoma, psoriasis, aging skin and cosmetic dermatology.