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WINSTON-SALEM PATIENTS:
We encourage visitors to wait outside the facility, but we will allow one asymptomatic masked visitor per Mohs patient if needed. Thank you for your helping us keep everyone safe.

Locations:

  • Greensboro

Sabrina Martin, M.D., is a board-certified dermatologist and Fellowship-trained Mohs surgeon. She graduated Summa Cum Laude from the University of Southern California (USC) with a bachelor’s degree in biological sciences. She then earned her medical degree from the Keck School of Medicine of USC, graduating with the highest distinction.

Following an internship at Huntington Memorial Hospital, she completed her dermatology residency at the University of California – Los Angeles (UCLA), David Geffen School of Medicine. Dr. Martin then finished her Mohs Fellowship training at UCLA. After the conclusion of her training, she stayed on as a faculty member and served as an Assistant Professor. During this time, she was a lead physician at a UCLA satellite office and also taught dermatology residents in their surgery clinic.

Dr. Martin has lectured at numerous dermatology meetings and has published several research papers. She also volunteered her time at a California-based charitable health clinic.

Dr. Martin lives with her husband, son, and two dogs in Greensboro.

EDUCATION

2008 University of Southern California
Los Angeles, CA
BA Biological Sciences
*Summa Cum Laude

2012 Keck School of Medicine of USC
Los Angeles, CA
MD

 

POSTDOCTORAL TRAINING
2012 – 2013
Internship
Huntington Memorial Hospital

2013 – 2017
Internship
David Geffen School of Medicine Division of Dermatology
University of California, Los Angeles

 

PROFESSIONAL LICENSURE

Medical Board of California – License # A129524

 

SPECIALTY CERTIFICATION

American Board of Dermatology

 

ACADEMIC TITLE:

2019 – present Assistant Clinical Professor, UCLA David Geffen School of Medicine, Division of Dermatology

2017 – 2019 Clinical Instructor, UCLA David Geffen School of Medicine, Division of Dermatology

2018 – present Clinical Lead Physician, Thousand Oaks UCLA Dermatology Clinic

 

PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES

2007 – 2010 Keck School of Medicine of University of Southern California, Department of Dermatology,
David Woodley M.D and Mei Chen Ph.D
Research assistant, undergraduate and medical school

2011 – 2012 Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center, Department of Dermatology, Steven Feldman M.D. Ph.D
Research assistant

2014 – 2016 Venice Family Free Clinic
Volunteer coordinator for dermatology clinic

2015 – 2016 Pacific Dermatologic Association, Executive Committee
Resident representative

CURRENT ACADEMIC TITLE:
2018 – present Venice Family Free Clinic
Attending physician volunteer for dermatology clinic

Feb 2019 UCLA Dermatology Standard Protocol Group
Editor/reviewer of “excisional surgery” protocol

2019 – present Quality Measurement Improvement Committee, UCLA Health

2019 – present UC Clinical Workflow Design Team, UCLA Health
Monthly meetings to design a workflow for capturing and storing digital images in dermatology

2019 – present Coding and Billing Faculty Lead, Division of Dermatology
Worked with consultants to develop training documents to facilitate coding and billing

2019 – present CareConnect Update Faculty Lead, Division of Dermatology
Providing monthly updates to faculty regarding pertinent changes in Epic CareConnect

2019 – present Program Evaluation Committee for MSDO Fellowship, Division of Dermatology
Planning, developing, and implementing education activities of the fellowship

 

RESEARCH

2007 Rose Hills Summer Research Fellowship
Dystrophic epidermolysis bullosa research

2008 Rose Hills Summer Research Fellowship
Dystrophic epidermolysis bullosa research

2009 USC Keck Summer Research Fellowship
Dystrophic epidermolysis bullosa research, $1,600

2015 La Roche-Posay Foundation Research Grant
Skin and SCC microbiome project, Principal investigator, $5,000

2015 Dermatologic Research Foundation of California Research Grant
Skin and SCC microbiome project, Principal investigator, $12,000

 

HONORS AND AWARDS:

2004 Rio Mesa High School Valedictorian

2004 – 2008 Presidential Scholar, USC College Half-tuition Scholarship

2007 Phi Beta Kappa Honor Society

2008 Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society

2008 Panhellenic All-Sorority Valedictorian

2008 – 2012 Wallace Medical Fund, USC Keck Half-tuition Scholarship

2009 – 2012 USC Town & Gown scholarship

2009 APC Pathology Honor Society

2009 Montgomery Scholarship for Highest Academic Record in the Year 1 Class

2009 – 2012 Dean’s Recognition, Year 1, Year 2, and Junior-Senior Continuum

2010 USC Medical Student Research Forum, Winner and Oral Presenter

2011 Alpha Omega Alpha

 

PRESENTATIONS

1. Lecture and presented poster, “Aminoglycosides restore type VII collagen function by overcoming premature
stop mutations: implications for DEB therapy,” USC Medical Student Research Forum, Los Angeles, CA,
2010.

2. Lecture, “Elucidation of the structural and functional abnormalities of type VII collagen RDEB mutants
created by site-directed mutagenesis,” Annual Meeting of the Society for Investigative Dermatology, Atlanta,
GA, 2010.

3. Lecture, “Cutaneous sarcoidosis,” UCLA Grand Rounds, Los Angeles, CA, 2014.

4. Lecture, “Harlequin ichthyosis: Clinical presentation and management challenges past infancy,” Pacific
Dermatologic Association Annual Meeting, Vancouver, BC, Canada, 2014.

5. Presented Poster, “Drug-induced Pigmentation from Quinidine,” California Society of Dermatology &
Dermatologic Surgery Annual Meeting, Carlsbad, CA, 2014.

6. Lecture, “Leishmaniasis,” UCLA Grand Rounds, Los Angeles, CA, 2014.

7. Presented Poster, “Squamoid eccrine ductal carcinoma: a case report and review,” American College of Mohs
Surgery Annual Meeting, San Antonio, TX, 2015.

8. Presented Poster, “A case of fibrous histiocytoma with atypia and monster cells,” California Society of
Dermatology & Dermatologic Surgery Annual Meeting, Santa Barbara, CA, 2015.

9. Lecture, “Pyoderma gangrenosum with pulmonary involvement,” Pacific Dermatologic Association Annual
Meeting, Park City, UT, 2015

10. Lecture, “Birt-Hogg-Dubé syndrome,” PDA Spring Training Meeting, Dana Point, CA, 2015.

11. Lecture, “Subacute cutaneous lupus erythematosus presenting as erythroderma,” Gross & Microscopic
Symposium, American Academy of Dermatology Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 2015.

12. Lecture, “The skin microbiome and squamous cell skin cancer,” UCLA Dermatology Research Symposium,
Los Angeles, CA, 2016.

13. Lecture, “Skin biopsy and management,” Noontime resident lecture, Los Angeles, CA, 2016.

14. Lecture, “Intro to Mohs surgery,” Noontime resident lecture, Los Angeles, CA, 2016.

15. Lecture, “Surgical complications,” Noontime resident lecture, Los Angeles, CA, 2016.

16. Presented Poster, “Bilateral rhombic flap to repair large nasal defect after Mohs surgery,” California Society
of Dermatology & Dermatologic Surgery Annual Meeting, Carlsbad, CA, 2016.

17. Presented Poster, “Nodular fat necrosis mimicking sarcoma due to combination BRAF/MEK inhibitor,”
California Society of Dermatology & Dermatologic Surgery Annual Meeting, Carlsbad, CA, 2016.

18. Lecture, “Mohs perioperative care,” Noontime resident lecture, Los Angeles, CA, 2016.

19. Lecture, “Soft tissue augmentation and filler,” Noontime resident lecture, Los Angeles, CA, 2016.

20. Lecture, “Neuromodulators,” Noontime resident lecture, Los Angeles, CA, 2017.

21. Lecture, “Transposition flaps,” Noontime resident lecture, Los Angeles, CA, 2017.

22. Lecture, “Systemic medications for melanoma,” UCLA Dermatology Research Symposium, Los Angeles,
CA, 2017.

23. Lecture, “How would you repair it? Part 1,” Noontime resident lecture, Los Angeles, CA, 2017.

24. Lecture, “How would you repair it? Part 2,” Noontime resident lecture, Los Angeles, CA, 2017.

25. Lecture, “Chapter 16: Chemical Peels and Dermabrasion,” Resident Surgery lecture, Los Angeles, CA, 2018.

26. Lecture, “Mohs Reconstruction of the Ear,” Resident Surgery lecture, Los Angeles, CA, 2018.

27. Lecture, “Perioperative care and Antibiotic prophylaxis,” Resident Surgery lecture, Los Angeles, CA, 2018.

28. Lecture, “Surgical instruments and suture materials,” Resident Surgery lecture, Los Angeles, CA, July 2019.

29. Lecture, “Elliptical excision,” Resident Surgery lecture, Los Angeles, CA, August 2019.

30. Lecture, “Electrosurgery and Cryosurgery,” Resident Surgery lecture, Los Angeles, CA, September 2019.

31. Lecture, “Perioperative care and Antibiotic prophylaxis,” Resident Surgery lecture, Los Angeles, CA, October
2019.

 

RESEARCH PAPERS

RESEARCH PAPERS (PEER REVIEWED)
A. RESEARCH PAPERS – PEER REVIEWED
1. Woodley DT, Hou Y, Martin S, Li W, Chen M. Characterization of Molecular Mechanisms
Underlying Mutations in Dystrophic Epidermolysis Bullosa Using Site-directed Mutagenesis. Journal
of Biological Chemistry. 2008 June; 283(26):17838-17845.
a. Played a key role in study investigation

2. Martin SL, Dabade TS, Feldman SR. A Red Scaly Rash: How to Recognize and Treat Psoriasis.
Journal of Clinical Outcomes Management. 2011 Sept;18(9):424-439.

3. Martin SL, McGoey ST, Bebo BF, Feldman SR. Patients’ educational needs about topical treatment
for psoriasis. Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology. 2013 Jun;68(6):e163-168.

4. Cogan J, Weinstein J, Wang X, Hou Y, Martin S, South AP, Woodley DT, Chen M. Aminoglycosides
Restore Full-length Type VII Collagen by Overcoming Premature Termination Codons: Therapeutic
Implications for Dystrophic Epidermolysis Bullosa. Molecular Therapy. 2014 Oct;22(10):1724-1725.
a. Played a key role in study design, implementation, and investigation

5. Lonowski S, Martin S, Worswick S. Widespread calciphylaxis and normal renal function: no
improvement with sodium thiosulfate. Dermatology Online Journal. 2015 May;21(5):4.
a. Supervised the first author, a medical student.

6. Kazemi T, Martin S, Worswick S. Morbilliform Eruption due to Eltrombopag: Emerging Data on the
Cutaneous Toxicity of Thrombopoietin Receptor Agonists. Dermatology Online Journal. 2016
June;22(6).

a. Supervised the first author, a medical student.
7. Martin SL, Martin SJ, Beynet D, Breithaupt A. Melanoma in situ arising in a port-wine stain. Cutis.
2019 December;104(06):E13-E14

CHAPTERS

1. Martin SL, Bebo BF, Feldman SR. “Chapter 8: National Psoriasis Foundation.” Current and Emerging
Treatments for Psoriasis. Feldman SR, editor. Future Science Group E-Books Program. 2011 Nov:122-133.
2. Martin SL, Lo RS. “Chapter 48: Updates in Immunotherapies for Melanoma.” Systemic and Biologic Agents
of Dermatology. Yamauchi PS, editor. Springer Nature. 2018 Jan: 549-552.

PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS

American Academy of Dermatology

National Psoriasis Foundation

American Osteopathic Association

American Medical Association

American Society of Dermatologic Surgery

The International Association of Dermatologists

American Osteopathic College of Dermatology

American College of Physicians

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