Holly Singletary, M.D.Medical Reviewer
Dr. Holly Singletary, MD, FAAD is a board-certified dermatologist who earned an undergraduate degree in biomedical science at Texas A&M, graduating Cum Laude, and went on to earn her MD from UT Health Science Center at Houston. Her dermatology residency was at Duke University where she served her final year as chief resident. Dr. Singletary has authored and published several peer-reviewed journal articles, book chapters and has presented at multiple dermatology conferences including the American Academy of Dermatology and Cosmetic Surgery Forum.
In her spare time, she loves spending time with her husband and three adorable daughters, volunteering in the community, traveling and listening to live music.
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