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Natalie L. Semchyshyn, M.D. Assistant Professor Natalie L. Semchyshyn, M.D. Assistant Professor Document Transcript

  • Natalie L. Semchyshyn, M.D. Assistant Professor Office Address: Department of Dermatology 1402 South Grand Blvd. St. Louis, MO 63104 Place of Birth: Toronto, Ontario Citizenship: United States Chitizen A. Education: 1985-1986 Humber College of Applied Arts Toronto, Ontario Certificate of Completion with Honors 1991-1993 Albertus Magnus College New Haven, Connecticut Dean’s List Honors Transferred to Yale as Junior 1995 Bachelors of Science magna cum laude Yale University Honors in Biology 1999 Doctor of Medicine Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons Postgraduate Training and Fellowship Appointments: 1999-2000 Internship Cabrini Medical Center / Mt. Sinai School of Medicine Department of Internal Medicine New York, NY 2000-2003 Dermatology Residency Washington University School of Medicine, Barnes-Jewish Hospital, Saint Louis, Missouri
  • 2003-2004 Laser Fellowship Suzanne L. Kilmer, MD, Director, Laser & Skin Surgery Center Sacramento, CA B. Specialty Boards and Certification: 2003 American Board of Dermatology C. Current Appointments (Including Secondary Appointments): 09/06-present Assistant Professor, Clinical Educator Department of Dermatology Saint Louis University School of Medicine St. Louis, Missouri D. Previous Professional Positions: 1986-1987 Stefan Semchyshyn, M.D. Medical Office Assistant, Perinatology. Assisted editing, publication of Perinatal Newsletter. Livingston, New Jersey 1987-1989 Malcolm G. Coblentz, M.D. Assistant Office Manager, General and Vascular Surgery. Managing operations, main, satellite offices. Livingston, New Jersey 1989-1991 Drs. Weinstein, Goodkind, Fischer Insurance Coordinator, Plastic Surgery group practice Liaison between provider/patient, third-party payer Coding, statistical analysis of reimbursement patterns, audit prevention. New Haven, Connecticut 2004-2006 Dermatologist, Dermatology group practice, Laser surgery, liposuction, cosmetic and general dermatology Laser & Skin Surgery Center of Northern California Sacramento, California Assistant Clinical Professor, Department of Dermatology University of California, Davis Sacramento, California E. Hospital Staff Privileges: St. Louis University Hospital Cardinal Glennon Hospital Des Peres Hospital
  • F. Memberships in Professional and Honorary Societies: American Academy of Dermatology American Society for Laser Medicine and Surgery American Society for Dermatologic Surgery American Medical Association G. Honorary Societies, Awards and Honors: Residency Medical School H. Professional Services: Department of Dermatology Resident Selection Committee Department of Dermatology Saint Louis University Saint Louis, Missouri Data Safety Monitoring Committee; Oversee investigator-initiated research studies involving human subjects Department of Dermatology Saint Louis University Saint Louis, Missouri Clinical Operations Committee Department of Dermatology Saint Louis University Saint Louis, Missouri St. Louis University Website Committee Liason National I. Research, Grants, Contracts, Awards, Projects:
  • Oct 15, 07 Principal Investigator – “The Use of the 1450-nm Diode Laser in the Non-Ablative Treatment of Acne Scarring in Fitzpatrick Skin Types IV-VI: a Prospective Clinical Study” IRB# 15132 J. Bibliography: Peer Reviewed Publications Semchyshyn, NL, Sengelmann, RD. Surgical Complications. eMedicine Journal: Dermatology. Oct. 2002-present. Kilmer S, Semchyshyn N, Shah G, Fitzpatrick R, Lee S, Rokhsar C, Bernstein E. Pilot Study on the Use of a Plasma Skin Regeneration Device (PSR) in Full Facial Rejuvenation Procedures. Presented at ASDS meeting, San Diego, 9/2004. Semchyshyn N. Sengelmann RD. Botulinum toxin A treatment of perioral rhytides. Dermatologic Surgery. 29(5):490-5; 2003 May. Gallacher G, Shah G, Semchyshyn N, Kilmer S. Laser, radiofrequency and light sources for nonablative skin rejuvenation—a clinical and histologic comparison. Lasers Surg Med Suppl 2004;16:198. Semchyshyn, NL, Kilmer, SL. Does laser inactivate botulinum toxin? Dermatologic Surgery. 31(4):399-404; 2005 Apr. Kilmer S, Semchyshyn N, Shah G, Fitzpatrick R. Pilot Study on the Use of a Plasma Skin Regeneration Device (Portrait (R) PSR (3)) in Full Facial Rejuvenation Procedures. Lasers Med Sci. 2007 Mar 7. Glaser D, Semchyshyn NL. Neuromodulators and Soft Tissue Fillers: Lower Face and Neck. In: Maas C, ed. Soft Tissue Fillers, An Issue of Facial Plastic Surgery Clinics. Philadelphia: Elsevier, 2007. Presentations “Pyoderma gangrenosum in patient with SLE and anti-cardiolipin antibodies.” City-Wide Grand Rounds, Barnes-Jewish Hospital/Washington University, St. Louis, Missouri. September 14, 2000. “Mucosal neuromas in multiple endocrine neoplasia type 2B.” City-Wide Grand Rounds, Barnes-Jewish Hospital/Washington University, St. Louis, Missouri. May 24, 2001. “Panniculitis.” Lecture, Washington University, Division of Dermatology, St. Louis, Missouri. June 21, 2001.
  • “Pseudocarcinomatous hyperplasia occurring after stem cell transplantation.” Gross & Microscopic Dermatology Symposium, American Academy of Dermatology Annual Meeting, New Orleans, Louisiana. February 22, 2002. “Protozoa and helminths in dermatology.” Lecture. Washington University, Division of Dermatology, St. Louis, Missouri. May 13, 2002. “Upper lip fullness with perioral botulinum toxin A treatment.” Poster presentation. American Society for Dermatologic Surgery – American College of Mohs Micrographic Surgery and Cutaneous Oncology, Combined Annual Meeting, Chicago, Illinois. November 1, 2002. “Botox treatment of the perioral area”. Advanced Botulinum Toxin Course. Presented at American Academy of Dermatology Annual Meeting, San Francisco, California. 3/2006. “Nonablative Laser Skin Rejuvenation: IPL, RF, Plasma.” Advances in Cosmetic Blepharoplasty, Brow and Midface Lift, Part II: Adjunctive Nonsurgical Techniques for Rejuvenating the Face and Neck. Practical Anatomy and Surgical Education Course, St. Louis, Missouri. 2/2007. Book Chapters/Invited Works Semchyshyn, NL, Prystowsky JH. Use of Retinoids, Superficial Peels, Alpha hydroxy acids and Other Topical Agents. In: Blitzer A, Binder WJ, Boyd JB, Carruthers A, eds. Management of facial lines and wrinkles. Philadelphia: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2000. Kilmer SL, Semchyshyn N. Ablative and Nonablative Facial Resurfacing. In: Goldberg DJ, ed. Laser Dermatology. Berlin Heidelberg New York: Springer, 2005. Semchyshyn NL, Glaser D. Laser Modalities in the Face. In: Thomas JR, ed. Advanced Therapy in Facial and Plastic Reconstructive Surgery. Hamilton: BC Decker, Inc. (in press). Abstracts/Posters Effects of nonablative rejuvenation laser treatment immediately following Botox injection. Poster presentation. American Society for Laser Medicine and Surgery, Annual Meeting, Dallas, Texas, 4/2004. K. Current and Past Teaching (Courses and Topics): “Common Dermatoses”. In: Skin, Bone and Joint Module medical student lecture. Saint Louis University, St. Louis, Missouri 3/2007. L. Thesis, Dissertations, Post Doctoral Fellows Mentored:
  • M. Community Service Activities: March 2007 Skin Cancer Screening Anheuser-Busch St. Louis, MO July 2007 Lunch and Learn lecture “UV Protection.” Bryan Cave St. Louis, MO N. Extracurricular Activities: • Leaded-glass making • Yoga • Acupuncture • Psychoneuroimmunology • Travel • Gardening