Dr. Daly's Training

A. Dermatology Residency
New York College of Osteopathic Medicine/ St. Barnabas Hospital,
Bronx, NY from 01 July 1997 to 30 June 2000.

Dr. Daly was trained in Dermatology Residency at St. Barnabas
Hospital, a 462 acute bed hospital with its busy on site hospital-
based dermatology clinic and 500 bed nursing home, and community
dermatology clinic at Fordham Plaza, and two Brooklyn Hospital-based
dermatology clinics at Coney Island Hospital and Lutheran Hospital.
Her trainers include Board Certified Dermatologist Charles P.
Gropper. MD, Chairman of Dermatology, Board Certified Dermatologist
Cindy F. Hoffman, D.O., Director of dermatology, Board Certified
Dermatologist Jay Dennett, D.O. , Dermatologic Surgeon Mark Kaufman,
M.D., Board Certified Plastic Surgeon Rosendo Iccochia, Board
Certified Dermatopathologists A. Bernard Ackerman, M.D., Evangelos
Poulos, MD, Mark Jacobson, MD, and Damian DiCostanza, MD

Dr. Daly was Chief Dermatology Resident at NYCOM/St. Barnabas
Hospital Dermatology Residency program from 1999-2000.

Dr. Daly received awards for "Award for Most Motivated Dermatology
Resident" and "Highest Academic Score Nationwide on the Annual
American College of Osteopathic Dermatology In-Service Training Exam"
in June of 1999, Award for Clinical Excellence in Dermatology
Residency in June of 2000.

Dr. Daly wrote papers and presented lectures and posters at national
American Osteopathic College of Dermatology meetings on Leprosy,
Multinucleate Cell Angiohistiocytoma, Diffuse Scleroderma and EBV
negative Schmencke's type Nasopharyngeal carcinoma. She won three
Oclassen Research Awards & two Koprince Educational Awards for these
three papers and lecture presentations, an accolade which was
recognized at the annual national American Osteopathic Association
and American Osteopathic College of Dermatology combined meetings in
October of 1998, 1999, and 2000, all three years of residency. Dr.
Daly presented these three posters and the lecture on Multinucleate
Cell Histiocytoma at the American Academy of Dermatology meeting in
March 2000.

Publications from residency include
1) Leprosy, published in Cortlandt Forum, August 1999, page 90.

2) Toxic Epidermal Necrolysis, published in Consultant, Sept 1999,
page 2608-2609.
3) "A Baby with Blisters" Acropustulosis of Infancy, published in
Patient Care, 15 Sept 1999, page 205-208.

B. Board Certification

Dr. Daly took her Dermatology boards October 2000 and became Board
Certified on 15 December 2000.

C. Fellowship Training

Dr. Daly completed a rigorous 2-year post graduate fellowship from 01
July 2000 to 30 June 2002 in cosmetic and skin cancer surgery.
Included in the training was Dermatologic Surgery techniques for all
skin lesions, Cosmetic Surgery of the face and body, and Mohs
Micrographic Skin Cancer Surgery of the head and neck including
Pathology, and Advanced Functional and Cosmetic Repair techniques.

During fellowship, Dr. Daly was a contributing author to the textbook
edited by her fellowship trainers, Emil Bisaccia, MD and Dwight
Scarborough, MD
The Columbia Manual of Dermatologic Cosmetic Surgery (McGraw-Hill
copyright 2002, ISBN #0-8385-1626-2, in stock at
www.rittenhouse.com) Specifically, Dr. Daly wrote chapters on "Scar
Revision" and "The Consultation Visit"

and wrote papers on
1) Periorbital vein ligation technique, submitted Jan 2002 for
publication in the American Journal of Cosmetic Surgery
2) Prolonged perifollicular edema after hair removal laser, published
in Cosmetic Dermatology, around Sept 2001
3) Prevention of hypothermia in the (cosmetic) surgical patient,
published in Cosmetic Dermatology, around January 2002
4) Prevention of vasovagal syncope in the ambulatory surgical
patient, to be submitted for publication in Journal of the American
Medical Association
5) Liposuction of the medial thighs: awareness of anatomical
attachment zones, published in Cosmetic Dermatology, April 2002, page
6) Liposuction and Oral Contraceptives? Thromboembolism? What is the
real deal? to be submitted for publication in Dermatologic Surgery

D. After fellowship, while setting up her private practice in
Bermuda, Dr. Daly already has plans to continue in her academic
growth by writing with esteemed colleague and fellow Mohs Surgeon,
Maritza Perez, MD on the clinical use of the
Long-Pulsed Neodimium:YAG laser for treatment of Pseudofolliculitis
and Acne Keloidalis Nuchae (razor bumps of the beard and neck) in
patients with skin of color, to be submitted to Dermatologic Surgery
for publication in 2002-2003.

Dr. Daly is a contributing author of the
Columbia Manual of Dermatologic Cosmetic Surgery,
available from Amazon.com and many medical and university bookstores.

Dr. Daly wrote chapters on "Scar Revision" and "The Consultation Visit"