• Aug 01, 2019

    Vulvar Dysplasia: The prototype and the imitators (On Demand)

    Non Member: $35.00

    Vulvar Dysplasia: The prototype and the imitators (OnDemand)

    In this ASCCP webinar, we will review the diagnosis and management of vulvar dysplasia. We will discuss best practices, with regard to the work-up of vulvar lesions, and we will examine challenges when making an appropriate diagnosis due to similarly appearing vulvar lesions. Finally, we will discuss the evidence for best practices regarding treatment and risk for recurrence.



    Kimberly Levinson, MD, MPH

    Kimberly Levinson, MD MPH, is an assistant professor of gynecologic oncology at the Johns Hopkins Hospital and Greater Baltimore Medical Center. Born and raised in Connecticut, Dr. Levinson received her medical degree from Johns Hopkins School of Medicine and her public health degree from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. She stayed in Baltimore to complete her residency in gynecology and obstetrics at the Johns Hopkins Hospital. She then moved to Cleveland to complete a fellowship in gynecologic oncology at the Cleveland Clinic and then returned to Johns Hopkins Hospital as faculty in 2014. Since joining the Kelly Gynecologic Oncology team at Hopkins, Dr. Levinson has been extremely active in education, serving as the assistant residency director since joining the faculty, and taking on the additional role of assistant fellowship director in 2017. Her primary research interests are in the prevention and treatment of HPV related lower genital tract cancers and in health care disparities. With her public health background and strong interest in underserved populations, she has further focused her expertise on immune-compromised populations with publications appearing in several high-impact journals , including the AIDS Journal, The Grey Journal, and the Green Journal.


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