Dr. Amir Bajoghli is a board certified Dermatologist in private practice in Mclean and Woodbridge, Named Top Dermatologist and MOHS Surgeon in the Washingtonian magazine for every year starting in 2005 to 2012,Virginia. Prior to his position as Chief of Dermatology at Fairfax Hospital, Dr. Bajoghli was the director of Mohs micrographic surgery at the George Washington University School of Medicine. He also teaches at Georgetown University Department of Dermatology and Inova Fairfax Hospital.
Dr. Amir Bajoghli completed his dermatology training at Tufts University/BU combined program and had additional training in dermatologic surgery/Mohs surgery at Boston University, where he also served as a faculty member.
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Before moving back to his native Northern Virginia, Dr. Bajoghli was an attending physician at the West Roxbury Veterans Affairs Hospital, responsible for teaching Harvard University dermatology residents and medical students. He has presented several scientific papers at national meetings and has written numerous articles and chapters for medical textbooks in the area of dermatology and the latest technique in skin cancer surgery.
Dr. Amir Bajoghli Honored During Washington Nationals Baseball Game
Dr. Bajoghli also gives lectures on BOTOX® Cosmetic and Restylane® injections, and was the medical director of Palomar Laser Technology, specializing in laser treatment for hair, tattoo removal as well as birthmarks and wrinkle removal. He specializes in Mohs surgery for the removal of skin cancers and is board certified in both Dermatology and Internal Medicine.
- Screening dermatologist for the Washington Nationals
- Mentor of the Month 2010 and 2009 (For Medical Students mentorship at MCV/Inova School of Medicine Campus)
- Washingtonian Top Dermatologist and Mohs and Cosmetic Surgeon 2005 – 2012
- Northern VA Magazine Top Doctor
- Consumer Checkbook
- Consumer Research Council Top Surgeon
Teaching Academic Appointments
- Georgetown University School of Medicine
- VCU/Medical College of Virginia Inova Campus