Judy K. Chiang, MD

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 Dr.  Chiang is a board certified dermatologist with a special interest in  dermatologic surgery and skin cancer. She was born and raised in  Houston, Texas. She completed her undergraduate studies at Rice  University and then her medical degree at Baylor College of Medicine.  While at Baylor, she performed research at the MD Anderson Cancer Center  where she developed a special interest in melanoma and skin cancer.

She  then pursued a dermatology residency at Cook County Hospital in Chicago  after finishing her internship at UCLA in California. After residency,  she further completed a one-year fellowship in Mohs Micrographic Surgery  and Skin Cancer at Vanderbilt University. During her fellowship, she  dedicated most of her time treating challenging cases of large skin  cancers seen in organ transplant patients.

After  training, Dr. Chiang ventured out to Los Angeles where she was on staff  at University of Southern California (USC) as an assistant professor in  the dermatology department. While at USC, she worked at Norris Cancer  Center developing the Mohs and Skin Cancer Unit, as well as teaching  residents dermatologic surgery. Dr. Chiang was also in private practice  in Hollywood, California where she enjoyed performing various cosmetic  procedures, such as BOTOX and various chemical peels.

In  2002, Dr. Chiang moved to Colorado after getting married. She has been in private practice now for over 10 years. In addition to her own  practice, Dr. Chiang was the president of the Colorado Dermatologic  Society in 2011. She also is Assistant Clinical Professor in  Dermatology for University of Colorado and volunteers at the VA where she enjoys teaching dermatologic surgery to dermatology residents.

Dr. Chiang  is an active member of the American Academy of Dermatology, American  Society of Dermatologic Surgery, and Women Dermatologic Society.  Dr.  Chiang is one of only a few physicians in the Denver-metro area fellowship-trained to perform Mohs surgery. She is a member of the  American College of Mohs Micrographic Surgery and Cutaneous Oncology.  Dr. Chiang is currently affiliated with Swedish  Hospital and the office is located in Professional Building One on the Swedish Medical Hospital campus.

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