Dermatology Tweetorials – Faculty Dermatology Tweetorials Faculty Steven Chen Steven Chen is a board-certified internist and dermatologist. He is an Assistant Professor at Harvard Medical School. Dr. Chen earned his MD and an MPH from Johns Hopkins University. He then pursued residency training at Harvard, where he completed an Internal Medicine residency at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center and a Dermatology residency in the Harvard Dermatology Program. Dr. Chen attends on both the dermatology and internal medicine services with a clinical and research interest in oncodermatology. He co-directs the Comprehensive Cutaneous Lymphoma Program at MGH and serves as an Associate Program Director for the Harvard dermatology residency program.Juan Carlos Ivancevich, M Dr. Juan Carlos Ivancevich, MD, is specialist in Allergy and Immunology. He is currently Head of the Allergy and Immunology Service of the Santa Isabel Clinic, in Buenos Aires, Associate Professor of Immunology at the Faculty of Medicine of the University del Salvador, Chair of the ARIA initiative (Allergic Rhinitis and its impact on Asthma) n Argentina, member at large of Interasma (Global Asthma Association) and editor of its website, member of the Editorial Board of the World Allergy Organization website, and editor of the Latin American Society of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology website. He has been President of the Argentine Association of Allergy and Immunology, Vice-President of the Latin American Society of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology and member of the Board of Directors of the World Allergy Organization, co-authored more than 60 research papers published in international peer-reviewed journals.Brian S. Kim, MD, MTR, FAAD Brian S. Kim, MD, MTR, FAAD is Vice Chair of Research at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai and Director of the Dr. Mark Lebwohl Center for Neuroinflammation & Itch. Dr. Kim holds joint appointments in Dermatology, PRIISM and FBI. Dr. Kim is one of the top researchers worldwide in the study of patients with itch and other skin conditions. The overall goal of his research program is to understand the regulatory mechanisms that control neuroimmune interactions at the skin barrier surface. His research examines how immune responses interface with the sensory nervous system to regulate inflammation, sensation, and immunity.