Dr. Morvarid Hessami
Dr. Hessami is a renowned clinical dermatologist in Scarborough, Ontario, with a distinguished career spanning hospital consultation, academic roles, and an impressive array of board certifications, Dr. Hessami is a leading authority in the care and treatment of diverse skin types, including patients with skin of colour.
As a dedicated healthcare professional, Dr. Hessami has consistently delivered exceptional patient care through her extensive experience in hospital consultations. Her
compassionate approach, coupled with a commitment to evidence-based practices, has earned them a well-deserved reputation for providing comprehensive dermatological solutions.
Dr. Hessami's academic contributions are equally impressive. She has served as an esteemed educator at the University of Toronto program, where her passion for teaching and mentorship has helped shape the next generation of dermatologists and family doctors.
One of Dr. Hessami's most significant achievements is the attainment of not one, but three board certifications, a testament to her dedication to the highest standards of care.
Dr. Hessami is also celebrated for her specialized approach to treating ethnic patients and those with skin of colour. She understands the unique challenges and nuances that come with providing effective care in this diverse patient population. Her ability to tailor
treatments to individual skin types and conditions has been instrumental in ensuring the best possible outcomes for all patients.
With a commitment to excellence in patient care, education, and research, Dr. Hessami continues to leave an indelible mark in the dermatology community. Her unwavering dedication to improving the skin health of patients from all backgrounds underscores her status as a leading dermatologist in the field.
Her research and special interests are calciphylaxis and cutaneous manifestation in chronic renal failure. She is also involved in severe cutaneous drug reactions.
NOV 4 (Sat)
Something New, Something Old, Something Borrowed, Something Told
Therapeutic tips and pearls from last year: conferences, journals and my practice.
- Review of a few new medication's indications
- Emphasize on some older medications dermatologic uses
- Review of few endocrinologic treatments in dermatology everyday practice