About Our Staff
Barry D. Goldman, MD
Dr. Goldman is board-certified in dermatology and has been in private practice since 1995. He is a Fellow of the American Academy of Dermatology and he is also the dermatology editor for Bella NYC magazine. He was a clinical assistant professor at New York University Medical Center for 10 years Dr. Goldman is currently a clinical instructor at Cornell NY Presbyterian Hospital and actively involved in teaching residents. He is also a clinical instructor at Mt. Sinai Hospital cosmetic clinic due to his particular expertise with Botox, fillers like Juvederm and Restylane, and sclerotherapy for leg veins. He has published over 20 articles in the field of dermatology. Having completed two half marathons, he also has an interest in sports dermatology. Dr. Goldman was also the chief of dermatology at New York Downtown Hospital for many years.
Dr. Goldman graduated summa cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa for Lehigh University in Bethlehem, PA before completing a six year BA/MD program at the Medical College of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia. His post-graduate training included an Internal Medicine internship at The Lankenau Hospital, a Thomas Jefferson University Hospital in Philadelphia; Dermatology fellowships in Skin Oncology at Boston University Medical Center in Boston, MA and Roswell Park Cancer Institute in Buffalo, NY; and a Dermatology residency at SUNY Buffalo.
Dr. Goldman received the prestigious Henry Christian award for outstanding clinical research during his training. Dr. Goldman, a longtime citizen of NYC, enjoys running downtown along the West Side Highway and spending time with his wife, two sons and their dog, Bentley. Dr. Goldman is very involved in philanthropy, specifically raising money for children with autism. He was proud to be a Bronze sponsor this year at the annual McCarton Foundation 2014 event. To learn more, click here.
Michael Abrishami, M.D.
Dr. Abrishami is a fellowship trained skin cancer and reconstructive surgeon. He completed a post-residency Mohs surgery fellowship in New York, affiliated with Columbia University. His training earned him fellowship status into the nations most rigorous Mohs surgery organization, the American College of Mohs Surgery.
After completing his fellowship, Dr. Abrishami divided his time between performing Mohs surgery in private practice and at the University of Indiana where he instructed resident physicians in the Mohs technique as an assistant professor . He is currently on the clinical instruction staff at Columbia University and the Mt. Sinai hospital in NYC. Dr. Abrishami has been involved with approximately 3,000 Mohs surgery cases, the majority of which have been on the face.
Dr. Abrishami graduated summa cum laude from the University of Southern California with a degree in psychobiology. He then completed his medical education and residency in dermatology at USC where he served as chief resident. He has earned multiple distinctions including Graduate with Highest Distinction, the LAC + USC Outstanding Teaching Award, membership into the Pathology Honor Society, and Junior AOA. He has been published in the Atlas of Cosmetic Surgery, Clinical and Experimental Dermatology, and The American Surgeon.