Belinda Tan strongly believes in preventive care as a dermatologist, and as a scientist, she appreciates that each and every person is unique – she brings these two perspectives to the care of all her patients. She has a passion for education and improving patients’ access to our healthcare system and to clinical research. Dr. Tan’s an Assistant Clinical Professor at Harbor-UCLA Medical Center, a founding team member and advisor in a leading teledermatology company, Direct Derm, and the co-founder of Science 37, a company that uses telemedicine and technology to bring research to patients who are in need, regardless of where they live.

Good Role Medical Dermatologist and Dermatopathologist

Degrees Bachelor of Science from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology; M.D. from UCLA; Dermatology residency at Harbor-UCLA Medical Center; Dermatopathology Fellowship at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center and Cornell-New York Presbyterian Hospital; Ph.D. in Immunology from UCLA.

Why do you love dermatology? It is visual and allows us to appreciate the beauty and complexity of the body's largest organ at the macroscopic and microscopic level.