George Kroumpouzos, M.D., Ph.D, FAAD
George Kroumpouzos, MD, PhD, FAAD, Director of GK Dermatology, is Clinical Associate Professor of Dermatology at Brown University and Professor of Dermatology, Collaborator, at Jundiaí Medical School, São Paulo, Brazil. He has served as Instructor of Dermatology at Harvard Medical School. He is certified by both American and European Boards of Dermatology. Dr. Kroumpouzos is a Board Member of the International Academy of Cosmetic Dermatology. His expertise is in the fields of procedural dematology, gynecologic/obstetric dermatology, skin cancer, and disorders of pigmentation. His clinical practice focuses on dermatology, phototherapy, and laser surgery. Dr. Kroumpouzos has been practicing dermatology for almost 20 years, and has an extensive 25+ year career in research. He has completed preceptorships with top cosmetic dermatologists, Mohs, and laser surgeons in the country.
Dr. Kroumpouzos is an editorial board member in 7 peer-reviewed dermatologic journals, and Associate Editor of International Journal of Women’s Dermatology. He has published more than 100 peer-reviewed publications and book chapters. He is the Editor of 2 monographs and 3 books including the definitive Text Atlas of Obstetric Dermatology. Dr. Kroumpouzos is passionate about teaching, and has delivered lectures as invited speaker and chaired expert panels at over 100 national and international physician conferences. He is the recipient of several scholarships and awards, including awards by the International Union Against Cancer, New England Dermatologic Society, and the Dean’s Excellence in Teaching Award at Alpert Medical School of Brown University.
In his spare time, Dr. Kroumpouzos enjoys his favorite sports, swimming, skiing, and tennis. He loves arts, music, and literature. He enjoys traveling as well as learning different languages and exploring other cultures. He always takes great pleasure in visiting Greece especially in the summer with his family. He lives in Milton, Massachusetts with wife and two daughters.