Dr. Carey Kim is a dermatologist serving the New York City area who has trained with prominent leaders in the field. His emphasis on patient-centered medicine guided by his uncompromising standards and evidence based approach allows for his delivery of comprehensive and exceptional care.
Dr. Kim received his Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry and Masters of Science in Biophysics and Physiology from Stony Brook University. He earned his medical degree in New York Medical College and completed his internal medicine internship in Mount Sinai Beth Israel. He subsequently completed his dermatology residency in New York Medical College and clinical research fellowship in Columbia University with specialty training in hair loss. Dr. Kim served as the cosmetic and laser chief during residency and was awarded scholarships through the American Society of Dermatologic Surgery and the recipient of the Rising Derm Star award. Dr. Kim is part of several honorary research and dermatology societies and continues to be active in educational and research work through his alumni institution and Mount Sinai Hospital.
Dr. Kim has published widely in leading national and international dermatological journals. His research is focused on pigmentary and autoimmune hair loss disorders including melasma and scarring and non-scarring alopecias. He was the initial group of co-investigators who piloted the use of JAK inhibitors for treating alopecia areata and also investigated optimal treatments incorporating lasers in skin of color patients with recurrent melasma.
Dr. Kim sees patients for common and rare general dermatologic conditions including eczema, acne, hair loss, melasma, and psoriasis and performs cosmetic and procedural treatments.