Dr. Naresh Jain
Dr. Naresh Jain, a postgraduate (MD) in Dermatology, and Venereology from PGI, Chandigarh and a senior resident from AIIMS, New Delhi is a well experienced professional in the field of Dermatology and Aesthetic Medicine. He has a rare distinction of working with two premier institutes of India: PGI, Chandigarh and AIIMS, New Delhi. While working at both these institutes he gained vast experience in Clinical Dermatology, Pediatric Dermatology Dermatosurgery, Aesthetic Medicine and Sexually transmitted diseases. He also has special interest in Pediatric Dermatology, STDs, Dermatosurgery (Vitiligo Surgery, Nail Surgery), Lasers and Aesthetic Medicine (Botox and Fillers).
He worked as a Senior resident and Junior resident at best tertiary care hospitals of India. AIIMS, New Delhi in Department of Dermatology and Venereology (2009-2012) and PGI, Chandigarh in Department of Dermatology Venereology and Leprology (2006-2009).
Life Member of all the National and International Dermatology, Dermatosurgery, Cosmetology and Hair associations (IADVL-5480, ACSI-555, CSI-1124, THRSI-167 & ISD-148450).
- Pediatric Dermatology, Vitiligo, Management of resistant Acne and Pigmentation & Sexually transmitted diseases
- Lasers for acne scars & Permanent hair reduction, Botox & fillers
- Vitiligo Surgery & Nail Surgery,
- Fellowship in Dermatology & Aesthetic Medicine, National Skin Centre, Singapore in 2012.
- He is the first awardee of Cosmetic society of India (CSI) scholarship to present paper at world congress of Dermatology 2011 held in Seoul, South Korea.
- Also an awardee of scholarship to attend and present a paper at International Summer Academy 2011 in Munich, Germany.
- Pediatric dermatoses in India (IJDVL Editorial Vol 76 451-454 Sep- oct 2010)
- Hairy Nevus spilus (Pediatric Dermatology Vol 30 100-104, Jan-Feb 2013)
- Cylindroma in a preexisting nevus sebaceous (International journal of dermatology Vol 51 872–873, July12)
- Authored a chapter in API Textbook of Medicine (Sexually transmitted diseases 9th edition Chapter 16, 541-545)
- Scar Sarcoidosis (Diagnostic Cytopathology)