A prodigious author, Dr. Goldstein published The Skin You Live In (1978) and served as Editor of the Hawaii Medical Journal for more that decade when named Editor Emeritus. The recipient of many awards, he became the first specialist in dermatology named a Laureate Fellow by the American College of Physicians (2005) and more recently he was named a "Leading Physician of the World" by The International Association of Dermatologists.Having this gifted clinician join our faculty is a boon to patients, residents, and medical students alike.
American Board of Dermatology
MD, S.U.N.Y., Health Science Center
Maimonides Medical Center
NYU Medical Center
A Leading Physician of the World
International Association of Dermatologists - New York, NY
Certificate and Inclusion in Leading Physicians of the World
Commendation for 50 Years of Practice
American Medical Association - Chicago, IL
Salute to America's Health Care Leaders
National Congressional Committee - Washington, D.C.
Dr. Norman Goldstein Day
Office of the Governer, State of Hawaii
Laureate Award ( 1st Dermatologist to be so awarded)
American College of Physicians - Philadelphia, PA
Investigations of topical sunscreen agents for skin cancer prevention
Five year trial using various chemical formulae applied to hairless mice exposed to artificial U.V. light sources to obtain biopsies for determining the most effective solution for prevention of skin cancer and reduction of U.V. skin aging.
Investigations of adverse reactions in tattoos
Five year field and lab investigation obtaining human reactive tattoo biopsies then reproducing these reactions in mice and volunteers using ink samples from tattoo parlors to discover the photosensitizing chemical cadmium as the source.
Photographic techniques for early detection of skin cancers
Five year study using ASA 5000 U.V. film to photograph and visualize subcutaneous sun damage in various stages of development for comparison with standard photographs of subjects' sun exposed skin showing early cancer detection.
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Dr. Goldstein is not currently required to report Industry relationships.
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