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8/97 – 5/01 Morehouse School of Medicine. Atlanta, GA.
Doctor of Medicine.
8/93 – 5/97 University of Florida. Gainesville, FL.
Bachelor of Science in Microbiology.
2001 Psychiatry Award for excellence in Psychiatry
1998 – 1999 Southern Medical Association Merit Scholarship
1997 Morehouse School of Medicine Merit Scholarship
1/12 – Present Dermatologist, Medical Director of Pure Skin Dermatology and Aesthetics; Orlando, Florida
6/11 – 6/12 Dermatologist, Staff Care and CompHealth, Locum Tenens staffing companies
1/09 – 4/11 Dermatologist, Private Practice, Associates in Dermatology; Orlando, Florida
10/08 – 3/09 Dermatologist, Onsite Dermatology; Boca Raton, Florida.
4/07 – 10/08 Dermatologist, Private Practice, Debra Price, MD, PA; Miami, Florida.
6/03 – 9/06 Resident– Department of Dermatology, St. Luke’s – Roosevelt Hospital Center; New York.
7/02 – 6/03 Fellow– Department of Dermatology, Skin of Color Center, St. Luke’s – Roosevelt Hospital Center; New York.
7/01 – 6/02 Intern – Department of General Surgery, University Hospitals of Cleveland; Ohio.
9/2000 Extern – Department of Dermatology, University Hospitals of Cleveland
8/2000 Extern – Department of Dermatology, Emory University; Atlanta, GA
1999 – 2000 Teaching Assistant – Morehouse School of Medicine, Department of Pathology. Tutored sophomore medical students in Pathophysiology
1999 – 2000 Teaching Assistant– Morehouse School of Medicine, Department of Psychiatry. Tutored sophomore medical students in Pathopsychology.
7/02 – 6/03 Clinical Research Fellow. St. Luke’s-Roosevelt Hospital Center, Department of Dermatology, Skin of Color Center. Functioned as a Co-investigator in a variety of clinical trials; assisted in the development and submission of protocols and grants pertaining to innovative research.
1999 – 2000 Independent Project. Emory University School of Medicine, Department of Dermatology. Conducted research related to onychomycosis and dystrophic nail changes.
1999 American Academy of Dermatology Summer Fellowship.
1998 National Center for Infectious Diseases Research Fellowship. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Atlanta, GA. Assisted the National Vaccine Program Office with a pilot study concerning the public’s knowledge and attitudes about vaccinating their children.
1996 – 1997 Ronald McNair Post Baccalaureate Research Program. University of Florida. Conducted independent research on the maroons, runaway slaves who established autonomous communities in Latin America and the Caribbean.
1995 Research Assistant. University of Florida, Department of Psychology. Conducted extensive research with children affected by Attention Deficit and Hyperactivity Disorder. Administered psychological measures, data entry and data analysis.
1. Pilot Study to Validate the Hyperpigmentation Scale in Patients with Skin of Color.(Fitzpatrick Skin Types III-VI), Galderma Research and Development.
2. Double-Blind, Multicenter, Randomized, Placebo-Controlled Study of DL 6021 (Benzaclin®) for the Treatment of Pseudofolliculitis Barbae (PFB), Dermik Laboratories, Protocol DL6021-0106.
3. A Clinical Evaluation of a Salicylic Acid Containing Facial Cleanser, Shave Cream, and After Shave Astringent on Subjects with Pseudofolliculitis Barbae, Neutrogena.
4. A 12-Month, Multicenter, Open-Label, Non-Comparative Design Study of 5% Dapsone Gel in Patients with Acne Vulgaris, Atrix, Protocol 0114.
5. Validation Study of the Hyperpigmentation Scale in Subjects with Fitzpatrick Skin Types I-VI, Galderma Research and Development, Protocol RD.06.SPR.29026.
6. Study to Evaluate the Ability of a Moisturizer to Ameliorate Ashy Skin, Beiersdorf.
1. Grayman DL, Alexis AR, Taylor SC. Central Centrifugal Cicatricial Alopecia: An Update. Manuscript in progress.
2. Groner A, Grayman D, Silverberg N. Outpatient Pediatric Community Associated MRSA: A Polymorphous Clinical Disease. Accepted for Publication in Cutis January 2008.
3. Acne in Skin of Color: Issues and Approaches to Treatment. May 11, 2006.
4. Presentation: An Unusual Presentation of Systemic Lupus Erythematosus in Pregnancy. Presented at American Academy of Dermatology Meeting. February 2004.
5. Perez M, Grayman DL. Nonablative Laser Resurfacing. Cosmetic Dermatology. March 2005.
6. Presentation: A Survey of the Knowledge, Attitudes, and beliefs of Individuals Concerning Vaccinating their Children. Presented at a Research Symposium, Morehouse School of Medicine. October 1998.
7. Presentation: A Survey of the Knowledge, Attitudes, and beliefs of Individuals Concerning Vaccinating their Children. Presented at the NCID Research Symposium. July 1998.
8. Presentation: The Maroons: A Fight for Freedom. Ronald McNair Research Day. April 1997.
American Academy of Dermatology


Women’s Dermatologic Society


Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. – Delta Omicron Omega Chapter
Injector Training Regional Symposium, November 2009
Basic Dermoscopy, Weill Cornell Medical Center, October 2005
Flaps & Grafts Workshop, NYU Medical Center, November 2005
Flaps & Grafts Workshop, NYU Medical Center, November 2003
Physicians United Plan (PUPP), Medical Advisory Committee, 2012-Present Mentor Facial Filler Advisory Board, March 2008
2012 JW Marriott Employee Health Fair (Orlando, FL) – Conducted free skin cancer screenings.
2010 Dr. Phillips YMCA – Presented an overview of basic skincare.
2009 Alpha Kappa Alpha, Gamma Zeta Omega Chapter – Presented an overview on skin and aging.
2002 Mount Zion Baptist Church Seniors Retreat – Presented an overview of basic skincare.
2000 Atlanta Public High Schools – Conducted sports physicals for high school students.
1999 – 2000 Mentor, Westlake High School – Assisted minority youth with SAT preparation.
1998 – 1999 Elementary Science Education Partners Program – Created and implemented various programs allowing elementary aged children to connect basic sciences with everyday life.
1998 Habitat for Humanity – Built homes for low-income families.
1996 – 1997 AIDS Peer Educator – Coordinated various educational programs about sexually transmitted infections for the university community.
Languages: Proficient in the written and spoken languages of English and Spanish.