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Dr. Emmy Graber
Emmy M. Graber, MD, MBA
Boston, Massachusetts

Emmy M. Graber┬áis a practicing dermatologist and a recent graduate of the Wharton School.
As the Founder and Director of The Dermatology Institute of Boston, PC., Dr. Graber treats a wide range of dermatologic issues and specializes in acne and cosmetic dermatology. Dr. Graber has taught resident physicians, international physicians in-training and medical students at Boston University where she also was Director of the BU Cosmetic and Laser Center.

Dr. Graber received her BS in Biology at The Pennsylvania State University and was a member of the Schreyer Honors College. She also completed her medical training at The Pennsylvania State University and graduated with membership in Alpha Omega Alpha Medical Honor Society. After an internship in Internal Medicine, she underwent Dermatology residency training at The Pennsylvania State University/Milton S. Hershey Medical Center. During this time she received the Intern Of The Year Award and was selected by her peers for a Humanism and Excellence In Teaching Award.

Following her residency training, Dr. Graber further specialized with fellowship training in Laser and Cosmetic Surgery at SkinCare Physicians of Chestnut Hill. She then practiced dermatology with that group for two years prior to working at Boston University. In 2014 Dr. Graber completed her MBA at the University of Pennsylvania's Wharton School of Business.

Dr. Graber has academic interests in acne, acne scars and cosmetic dermatology and has lectured and written extensively on these subjects in scientific journals. Additionally, she is frequently cited in the media as an authority in dermatology. Dr. Graber is a regular contributor on national public radio (NPR) and her expert opinions can be seen in O Magazine, InStyle Magazine, and Good Housekeeping Magazine amongst other national media sources.

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