George Varghese, MD, FAAD
Dr. George Varghese is a board-certified dermatologist with over 10 years of experience practicing general (adult and pediatric), surgical and cosmetic dermatology. He previously worked for Weill Cornell Medicine specializing in complex medical dermatology, particularly in patients with neurocutaneous issues, including chronic itching.
Dr. Varghese received his Bachelor's in Neuroscience from the University of Rochester. He finished medical school at State University of New York at Stony Brook and completed his internship in Internal Medicine at NYU/Winthrop University Hospital. He completed his residency in Dermatology at Weill Cornell Medical Center/New York-Presbyterian Hospital where he served as Chief Resident in his final year.
Dr. Varghese is an active educator, lecturing and precepting residents and medical students throughout the year. He lectures to health care providers around the community and is active collaborator with the AIDS Education Training Center. He was the principal investigator in a NIH funded clinical trial on real time detection of ultraviolet light using a sensor and its effects on the skin. Dr. Varghese remains on the voluntary faculty as a Clinical Associate Professor at Weill Cornell Medical College.
Dr. Varghese’s philosophy is to deliver high yield, accurate health care in a way that is easy to understand for his patients. He hopes to emulate that high level of compassionate care to his patients in Long Island.
- Undergraduate & Graduate
- University of Rochester
- Medical Education
- State University at Stony Brook
- Winthrop University Hospital
- Weill Cornell Medicine
- Board Certifications
- American Board of Dermatology
- New York Presbyterian Hospital
- American Academy of Dermatology
- American Medical Association
- Dermatology Foundation
- Varghese, GI "Viral Exanthems". Moschella and Hurley's Dermatology (4th Edn) Ed: Babar Rao. New Jersey: Jaypee Brothers Medical Publishers 2019. Ch 81. Pg 1188-1198
- Mathew M, Varghese GI, Varghese MC. “Dermatological Complications of Diabetes Mellitus; Allergy to Insulin and Oral Agents.” Principles of Diabetes Mellitus. Ed. Leonid Poretsky. 2nd edition. New York: Springer Publishing: 2016.
- Orleans RA, Magro CM, Varghese GI. A subcutaneous nodule on the mid back. JAAD Case Rep. 2019 Mar 1;5(3):252-254.
- Orleans RA, Magro CM, Varghese GI. A case of granuloma annulare mimicking tinea cruris. Dermatol Online J. 2018 Aug 15;24(8):9. Pg. 1-4