New Orleans Dermatologist – Dr. Sharon S. Meyer

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Dr. Sharon S. Meyer received her B.S. (Cum Laude) at Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge before leaving her hometown to study on full scholarship at Tulane Medical School. She finished in the top third of her class and received her M.D. in 1986. She served her internship at Tulane Affiliated Hospitals, New Orleans. Dr. Meyer completed a one year Fellowship in Clinical Dermatology Research before her residency at Tulane University School of Medicine.

Dr. Sharon S. Meyer is a past Clinical Assistant Professor, Department of Dermatology, Tulane University Medical School and continues her role of teacher and mentor as a Community Preceptor for Foundations in Medicine by having medical students ‘shadow’ her while she sees patients at her uptown New Orleans office.

Among numerous professional committees, societies, and groups, New Orleans Dermatologist, Dr. Sharon S. Meyer, is a member (past and/or present) of the following:

  • Dermatology Foundation Leaders Society
  • Louisiana Dermatologic Society
  • American Academy of Dermatology
  • Advisory Board Member for Sirius Laboratories, Inc
  • Children’s Hospital, New Orleans, Board Member
  • Parenting Center, New Orleans, Board Member
  • American Medical Association
  • Department of Dermatology Clinical Faculty, Tulane University Medical School

Board certified Dr. Sharon S. Meyer lives in New Orleans with orthopedic surgeon, husband Dr. Richard Meyer and their three children. She has been in private practice since 1991. She formed Uptown Dermatology and Aesthetics with Dr. John M. Yarborough in 2003 and was fortunate enough to work with him until his retirement in 2010.

When not working Dr. Meyer has been ‘Room Mother’ and volunteered at her children’s school. Her three children are now grown and Dr. Meyer presently enjoys accompanying her husband on athletic vacations, such as climbing Mt. Kilimanjaro and hiking/biking throughout a myriad of countries. Perhaps you will enjoy his photographs of the local peoples and wildlife in the patient exam rooms.