Jacqueline Dolev, M.D.
Dr. Dolev graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology with Honors from UC Berkeley and then went on to earn her Medical Doctorate with Honors from Yale University School of Medicine.
Dr. Dolev completed her Internal Medicine Internship at Stanford University School of Medicine, where she trained for an additional year of Internal Medicine Residency. She completed her Dermatology Residency and Fellowship in Infectious Disease Dermatology at UCSF School of Medicine.
Dr. Dolev is deeply committed to education. She is actively involved in teaching medical students and residents both in San Francisco and at a national level. She has published numerous articles in peer-reviewed journals and lectures nationally teaching students and other doctors how to improve observational skills and skin diagnoses. Her longtime background in fine arts and research using artwork to train the medical eye continues to refine the skills she uses in her medical and cosmetic practice daily.
• Diplomate, American Board of Dermatology
• Fellow, American Academy of Dermatology
• Assistant Clinical Professor, UCSF
• Medical Staff, CPMC
• Board of Directors, CalDerm
I believe that as a patient, you come to the dermatologist for an expert opinion, but that does not mean you don’t know your body and skin better than anyone. An expert is a consultant. I will work together with you to prevent — to heal — to treat — and to beautify.Jacqueline Dolev, M.D.
"Jacqueline Dolev, M.D. '01, a dermatologist in practice in San Francisco, returned to the School of Medicine for a visit with one of her former teachers, Irwin Braverman, M.D. '55, HS '56. The two recorded a podcast about observational skills." Listen to the...
Five Questions for dermatologist Jacqueline DolevShe’s got medical degrees from Yale and Stanford. She’s on the board of directors of the California Society of Dermatology and Dermatologic Surgery. She’s a clinical professor at the University of California, San...
By Carolyn JohnsonSAN FRANCISCO -- Medical students at UCSF are receiving some specialized training that could help them make clearer, more accurate diagnoses. But this training isn't happening in a lab or a hospital -- it's in an art gallery.Wandering the halls of...
Understanding angular cheilitis or perleche A Consultation with Dr. Jacqueline C. Dolev Dear Doctor, I have noticed cracking at the corners of my mouth, which lately won't seem to go away. What is it and what should I do? Dear Joan, Cracking of the corners of the...
Dr. Dolev leads a focus session for other dermatologists on how to best teach skin cancer diagnosis, how we see, and how to teach curriculum. Those in attendance found it “Very interesting and thought provoking.” The American Academy of Dermatology has a membership of...
Dr. Dolev is on the board of CalDerm who has been instrumental in passing a new California law: Governor Jerry Brown waited until his final day to act - and act he did - signing CalDerm's co-sponsored bill SB 746 (Lieu) into law, October 9. California now becomes the...
The CBS News (3/8, Jaslow) "HealthPop" blog reports that the Food and Drug Administration has warned that some "skin creams, soaps and lotions that are manufactured overseas and sold in some US shops might contain toxic amounts of mercury." The story quotes Gary...
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