Dr. Marissa Joseph

Dermatologist, Toronto, ON

Marissa Joseph, MSc, MD, FRCPC ( Pediatrics), FRCPC ( Dermatology)

Dr. Marissa Joseph graduated with a combined BSc (Honours) in Biochemistry and Biology from Dalhousie University, and then completed medical school at Dalhousie University. She is a board certified Pediatrician and Dermatologist after completing Pediatric training at the Hospital For Sick Children, following with a Dermatology residency at the University of Toronto. She completed a MSc in Community Health at the Dalla Lana School of Public Health.

Dr. Joseph is full time academic faculty at the University of Toronto. She has received and has been nominated for teaching awards in both undergraduate and postgraduate medical education. Dr. Joseph is the Medical Director of the Ricky Kanee Schachter Dermatology Centre at Women's College Hospital. She also works at the Hospital For Sick Children where she manages children with complex dermatologic disease in outpatient and inpatient settings, as well as a pediatric laser treatment program. Dr. Joseph enjoys her diverse practice in general adult, pediatric and surgical dermatology. Her clinical and research interests include inflammatory skin disorders such as psoriasis, atopic dermatitis, and hidradenitis suppurativa; genodermatoses, and equity, diversity and inclusivity.

1:05 PM - 1:55 PM

NOV 2 (Thu)

The Reason is Clear: Elevating Standards of Care in Psoriasis and Atopic Dermatitis

Given the evolution from traditional systemic therapies to advanced treatment options in both psoriasis and atopic dermatitis, physicians can aspire to gain control on the disease and optimize patient outcomes. This session will highlight the importance of advanced therapies in treating to higher standards of care and the significant impact it can have on patients’ quality of life.

In collaboration with:

4:40 PM - 5:10 PM

NOV 2 (Thu)

The Impact of Oat Therapy: Eczema and Beyond

This session will highlight the history of oat, the data supporting the mechanism of action of oat in emollients and the clinical efficacy and safety of its use in various skin conditions.