Harib Ezaldein, MD
Harib Ezaldein, MD is a Board-Certified Dermatologist and Fellowship-Trained Mohs Micrographic Surgeon.
Dr. Harib Ezaldein is a board-certified dermatologist and fellowship-trained Mohs surgeon who specializes in skin cancer surgery, reconstruction, hidradenitis suppurativa, and complex medical dermatology.
Dr. Ezaldein studied engineering and economics as an undergraduate at Yale University, where he also completed medical school. As a medical student, his research was funded by the Howard Hughes Medical Institute to develop cellular immunotherapy and a melanoma cancer vaccine.
After graduating, he moved to Seattle to pursue training at the University of Washington, with a heavy concentration on plastics and burn surgery. He completed his dermatology residency in Cleveland, Ohio at Case Western Reserve University, where he served as chief resident of academic research.
After residency, he moved to Los Angeles to train with Dr. Richard Bennett, the internationally-recognized and renowned Mohs surgeon. This rigorous apprenticeship provided abundant experience with high-risk tumors such as melanoma, complex facial reconstruction, hidradenitis suppurativa surgeries, and traditional principles of surgical practice.
With over 80 scientific publications, Dr. Ezaldein has an interest in dermatology research and mentoring medical students. He is particularly interested in collaborations and conducting clinical trials for innovative and meaningful therapies.