Dr. Amy Rose graduated Phi Beta Kappa with a BA in English and Creative Writing from Princeton University. She then attended medical school at Stanford University where she was awarded two scholarships for her research in general surgery and women’s health. After Stanford, Dr. Rose completed two years of general surgery training at New York University and then completed a two year basic science research fellowship in melanoma with the prestigious NYU Interdisciplinary Melanoma Cooperative Group. She has authored more than 25 scientific papers on melanoma and presented her work across the country.
Dr. Rose then completed her dermatology residency at NYU which was ranked as the nation’s top dermatology residency by Doximity and US News and World Report. While in residency, she was the winner of the citywide Dermatology Society of New York Resident Research Competition for her paper: “Integrative genomics identifies molecular alterations that challenge the linear model of melanoma progression.” Dr. Rose was also awarded the Husik prize for best research paper by a resident or fellow twice during her three year term as a resident.
Dr. Rose has extensive experience in skin cancer surveillance and treatment as well as in cosmetic dermatology. She comes to Sutton Place Dermatology after spending several years in a private practice on Long Island focused on lasers and aesthetics. Her publications in the field of cosmetic dermatology include: “Therapeutic Update on Acne Scarring;” “Contemporary Techniques and Controversies in Non‐Surgical Rejuvenation of the Eye;” “Safety and efficacy of intradermal injection of botulinum toxin for the treatment of oily Skin;” and “Esthetic rejuvenation of the temple.”
Dr. Rose currently serves as a clinical instructor at the Ronald O. Perelman Department of Dermatology at New York University. She is committed to individualized, compassionate, and research‐based care for her patients with the goal of helping them be healthy, confident, and happy.