Dr. Glenn Zellman
Dr. Glenn L. Zellman graduated Summa Cum Laude from Duke University in 1989 with his Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology and History. He next attended the Duke University School of Medicine where he graduated in 1993, with Alpha Omega Alpha honors and at the top of his class. Upon graduation, Dr. Zellman completed a 1 year internship in Internal Medicine at the Duke University School of Medicine and then moved on to complete a residency in Dermatology at the Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, Texas, where he was Chief Resident in 1997. While at Baylor, Dr. Zellman trained with world class faculty within all of the top hospitals that make up Texas Medical Center, including MD Anderson for his cutaneous oncology training, Texas Children’s Hospital for his pediatric dermatology training, and Ben Taub City Hospital, famous for its tropical dermatology, infectious disease and leprosy clinics.
Dr. Zellman moved on to South Florida in the fall of 1997, where he practiced dermatology in a highly academic and patient service oriented clinic for 18 years. During his time in Florida, Dr. Zellman became a leader in the clinical research of psoriasis, rosacea, and the prevention and treatment of skin cancer. In addition, Dr. Zellman has been highly involved with the politics of medicine and dermatology in Florida, culminating with him serving as President of the Florida Society of Dermatology and Dermatologic Surgery (FSDDS) from 2007-2008. During his entire ten year tenure on the board of the FSDDS, the society helped to preserve the insurance coverage for treatment of precancerous skin lesions, established direct access to dermatology for patients alleviating the need for referrals, set up a foundation to provide shade structures for schools throughout Florida, and sponsored Dr. Zellman as “Doctor of the Day” in the State Legislature.
Dr. Zellman is board certified by the American Board of Dermatology and a Fellow of the American Academy of Dermatology. His training and expertise are comprehensive and include adult and pediatric general dermatology, the prevention and treatment of skin cancer, laser and light therapy, and non-invasive cosmetic dermatology using neuromodulators, fillers, and chemical peels. Dr Zellman has lectured at numerous local, national, and international dermatology meetings and has spent time with leading experts in dermatology from around the world.
Dr. Zellman was born and raised in Oceanside, New York. As a three time Duke University graduate, Dr. Zellman is an avid Duke Blue Devils basketball fan and has been to all twelve final four appearances in the Coach K era, including all five national championships. In 2004, Dr. Zellman helped to start the Dori Slosberg Foundation and is currently on its Board of Directors. This foundation is dedicated to making our roads safer and has been extraordinarily influential in reversing deadly motor vehicle accidents, especially among our teen age drivers. He also enjoys time with his family, sports, theater, opera, and travel. Dr. Zellman works at the following locations, specializes in the following services, and is active and involved at the local, regional and national level with the following organizations.