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Amanda Raymond, MD

Address1701 Divisadero
San Francisco CA 94115
Phone415-353-7800
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    Stanford UniversityBS2007
    Duke University School of MedicineMD2011
    University of California, San FranciscoDermatology Residency2015

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    Dr. Raymond is a medical dermatologist and her clinical focus includes: general dermatology, complex medical dermatology, teledermatology, and high risk skin cancer. She is the Director of the High Risk Skin Cancer Clinic, where she sees patients who are immunosuppressed due to solid organ transplant, bone marrow transplant, or various genetic syndromes. Dr. Raymond specializes in using oral and topical therapies to help reduce the burden of pre-cancerous skin lesions that are common in the immunosuppressed patient population.

    Dr. Raymond divides her time between UCSF and the San Francisco Veterans Affairs Health Care System where she attends a complex medical dermatology clinic, surgery clinic, and provides teledermatology services. She is managing a grant from the Office of Rural Health that provides funding to allow San Francisco to serve as a telereading site for other rural VA locations in Northern California and the Pacific Islands.

    In addition, Dr. Raymond enjoys clinical teaching and mentoring students and residents. She serves as the UCSF School of Medicine’s Confidential Career Advisor for the Department of Dermatology.


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    1. Arron ST, Raymond A, Yanik EL, Castenson D, McCulloch CE, Clarke CA, Paddock LE, Niu X, Engels EA. Melanoma Outcomes in Transplant Recipients With Pretransplant Melanoma. Dermatol Surg. 2016 Feb; 42(2):157-66. PMID: 26818209.
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    2. Sharma K, Beasley G, Turley R, Raymond A, Broadwater G, Peterson B, Mosca P, Tyler D. Patterns of recurrence following complete response to regional chemotherapy for in-transit melanoma. Ann Surg Oncol. 2012 Aug; 19(8):2563-71. PMID: 22476748.
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    3. Raymond A, Singletary HL, Nelson KC, Sidhu-Malik NK. Dermatomal sclerodermoid graft-vs-host disease following varicella-zoster virus infection. Arch Dermatol. 2011 Sep; 147(9):1121-2. PMID: 21931063.
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    4. Raymond A, Beasley GM, Broadwater G, Augustine CK, Padussis JC, Turley R, Peterson B, Seigler H, Pruitt SK, Tyler DS. Current trends in regional therapy for melanoma: lessons learned from 225 regional chemotherapy treatments between 1995 and 2010 at a single institution. J Am Coll Surg. 2011 Aug; 213(2):306-16. PMID: 21493111; PMCID: PMC3143267.
    5. Turley RS, Raymond A, Tyler DS. Regional treatment strategies for in-transit melanoma metastasis. Surg Oncol Clin N Am. 2011 Jan; 20(1):79-103. PMID: 21111960; PMCID: PMC3023884.
    6. Dube DH, Li B, Greenblatt EJ, Nimer S, Raymond A, Kohler JJ. A two-hybrid assay to study protein interactions within the secretory pathway. PLoS One. 2010 Dec 28; 5(12):e15648. PMID: 21209940; PMCID: PMC3011011.
    7. Raymond A, Puri PK, Selim MA, Tyler DS, Nelson KC. Regional squamous cell carcinomas following systemic sorafenib therapy and isolated limb infusion for regionally advanced metastatic melanoma of the limb. Arch Dermatol. 2010 Dec; 146(12):1438-9. PMID: 21173337.
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