Doctor Profile

Sue Ann Wee
MD

Sue Wee
MD

Dr. Sue Ann Wee
1727 Broadway, Second Floor
New York, NY 10025

New York

New York (NY)

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T: 212-489-6669
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Dermatology
Doctor's practice offers cosmetic/reconstructive procedures

Dermatology


Profile

Dr. Sue Ann Wee is a board certified and fellowship-trained laser, cosmetic and general dermatologist who received her doctorate of medicine from Stanford Medical School. She completed dermatology residency at New York University’s Ronald O. Perelman Department of Dermatology, followed by a fellowship in laser and cosmetic dermatology at SkinCare Physicians in Massachusetts. Dr. Wee has published in numerous academic journals and is a leading expert in treating aesthetic skin concerns in individuals of all skin tones, blending artistry with innovative, precise and scientifically validated techniques. She believes in a compassionate partnership with her patients.

Published In:

New York Super Doctors 2021
New York Super Doctors 2020
New York Super Doctors 2019
New York Super Doctors 2018
New York Super Doctors 2017
New York Super Doctors 2016
New York Super Doctors 2015
New York Rising Stars 2014
New York Rising Stars 2013

About Sue Wee

Medical School: Stanford University School of Medicine

Graduation Year: 2002

Professional Webpage: https://www.schweigerderm.com/providers/sue-ann-wee-m-d/

Honors and Awards:

Howard Hughes Medical Institute Research Training Fellowship for Medical Students 

First prize, 16th Annual Conrad Stritzler Memorial Resident Competition for best oral presentation

National Alopecia Areata Foundation Research Grant Award

Stanford Medical Scholars Grant Award

Winner, 3rd Annual New Physician Creative Arts Contest

Professional Activity:

Dr. Wee is a member of the American Academy of Dermatology and the American Society for Dermatologic Surgery.  

Publications, Lectures and Presentations:

The Art & Science Of Facial Proportions in Dermatology ,

Photodynamic Therapy for Actinic Keratoses and Cutaneous Oncology ,

Profiling genomic expression in disorders of epidermal proliferation identifies Egr-1 as a potent regulator of epidermal growth.,

Gene expression profiling in human squamous cell carcinoma, basal cell carcinoma, and psoriasis identifies distinct patterns of gene expression.,

Gene expression profiling reveals distinct patterns of gene expression in normal, senescent, terminally differentiated, and immortalized keratinocytes. 

Clinical and pathological features of posttransplantation lymphoproliferative disorders presenting with skin involvement in 4 patients. ,


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White Papers

Choi CM, Bogart M, Wee SA, Burstein R, Arndt K, Dover J.  Predicting migraine responsiveness to botulinum toxin type A injections.  Arch Dermatol. 2010;146(2): 159-163. 

Wee SA, Dover JS.  Effective treatment of psychotropic drug-induced facial hyperpigmentation with a 755-nm Q-switched Alexandrite laser .  Dermatol Surg. 2008;34(11):1609-12.

Kaminer MS, Bogart M, Choi C, Wee SA.  Long-term efficacy of anchored barbed sutures in the face and neck.  Dermatol Surg. 2008; 34(8):1041-7.

Fang M, Wee SA, Ronski K, Fan H, Tao S, Lin Q.  Evidence of EGR1 as a differentially expressed gene among proliferative skin diseases.  Genomic Med. 2007; 1(1-2):–85. 

Wee SA.  Multiple eruptive keratoacanthomas, de novo.  Dermatol Online J. 2004 Nov 30;10(3):19.

Wee SA, Possick P.  Necrobiosis lipoidica.  Dermatol Online J.  2004 Nov 30;10(3):18.

Beynet DP, Wee SA, Horwitz SS, Kohler S, Horning S, Hoppe R, Kim YH.  Clinical and pathological features of posttransplantation lymphoproliferative disorders presenting with skin involvement in 4 patients.  Arch Dermatol.  2004 Sep; 140(9):1140-6 (also oral presentation at The Dermatologic Society of Greater New York 2005).

Wee SA, Lin Q, Tao S, Fan H, Khavari PA.  Profiling genomic expression in disorders of epidermal proliferation identifies Egr-1 as a potent regulator of epidermal growth.  J Invest Dermatol. 2001;117(2):477.

Dajee M, Wee SA, Tao S, Khavari PA. Non-invasive topical immunization by a peptide vaccine against hepatitis B and rubella virus. J Invest Dermatol 2001; 117(2): 435.

Fan H, Wee SA, Khavari PA (abstract and poster).  Sonic hedgehog opposes epithelial cell cycle arrest.  J Invest Dermatol 1999; 112(4):525.

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