Dr. Bernard Raskin, an expert in dermatology and cosmetic surgery, graduated from UCLA with a bachelors degree in physics. He graduated from the prestigious California Irvine Medical School University of California at Irvine and Long Beach Veteran’s Administration Hospital. He also completed a dermatology residency at one of the nation’s premier dermatology training programs at UCLA.
Board Certified in both dermatology and internal medicine, Dr. Raskin is an assistant clinical professor in the Department of Medicine Division of Dermatology at UCLA, with responsibilities including teaching dermatologic surgery, liposuction, laser and cosmetic surgery to dermatologists in training. Dr. Raskin is on the advisory committee in Cancer and Developmental Biology at California State University Northridge. He holds fellowships in the American Academy of Dermatology and American Society of Dermatologic Surgery. He is also a member of the American Society of Laser Medicine and Surgery, American Society for Mohs Surgery. American Academy of Cosmetic Surgery. American Society of Dermatology, and the L.A. County and California Medical Associations.
Dr. Raskin is also a qualified medical evaluator for the Industrial Medical Council, State of California, and an expert reviewer for the California State Medical Board. His list of medical accomplishments also includes being a consultant to various health insurance programs, inventing and developing his own medical instruments and founding and leading his own company, Surgiguide Products. Throughout his career, Dr. Raskin has been a researcher and has published scientific articles on liposuction as well as co-authoring chapters in textbooks on cutaneous surgery and laser surgery. In addition, Dr. Raskin founded Mohs Micrographic Surgery Center of America and has performed Mohs micrographic surgery for over 20 years on patients with skin cancer.