Caren Campbell, M.D.


  • Medical Dermatology
  • Dermatologic Surgery
  • Cosmetic Dermatology


  • University of Louisville; Dermatology Residency
  • Albert Einstein Medical Center; Internal Medicine Internship Year
  • Jefferson Medical College; M.D.
  • University of Pennsylvania; Post-Baccalaureate Program
  • Colgate University; B.A. Economics, Cum Laude
  • The Ohio State University; Fisher College of Business Honor’s Contract Program


Dr. Caren Campbell is a board-certified dermatologist who is well trained in complex medical dermatology, dermatologic surgery, pediatric dermatology, and cosmetic dermatology, including neuromodulators, such as Botox, Dysport and Xeomin, fillers, sclerotherapy, chemical peels and lasers. Dr. Campbell trained in dermatology at the University of Louisville. Prior to dermatology, she graduated from Colgate University with a degree in Economics and worked for Deloitte Consulting for two years. After deciding to pursue a career in medicine, she attended University of Pennsylvania to complete her premedical requirements and was accept to Jefferson Medical College where she obtained her medical degree. She then completed her preliminary internal medicine internship year at Albert Einstein Medical Center.

During her dermatology residency, she was awarded the Women’s Dermatologic Society Mentorship Award. The award allowed her to complete a month long rotation in the pediatric dermatology clinics at University of California San Francisco under the mentorship of Dr. Ilona Frieden. Dr. Campbell has authored a number of publications and presented interesting patient cases at local and national meetings. As the daughter of two officers in the United States Air Force, Dr. Campbell grew up in Texas, Nebraska, Ohio, and Japan, which explains her love of travel. In her spare time, Dr. Campbell enjoys working out, watching movies, food and wine.


  • Campbell C, Bahrami S, Owen C. Anagen Effluvium Caused by Thallium Poisoning. JAMA Dermatol. 2016 Mar 16.
  • Campbell C, Callen JP. Misdiagnosed Periocular Pyoderma Gangrenosum Requiring Ectropion Repair With Development of Second Lesion of Pyoderma Gangrenosum at Graft Site. JAMA Dermatol. 2016 Mar 2.
  • Weston W, Campbell C, Bahrami S, Owen C. Skin Lesion as the Presenting Sign of Community Acquired Methicillin Resistant Staph Aureus Sepsis. JAMA Dermatol. 2016 Jan 27.
  • Witkowski JA, Parish LC, Campbell CF, Parish JL. Decubitus Ulcers in Treatment of Skin Disease edited by Lebwohl MG, Heymann, WR, Berth-Jones J, Coulson I. Elsevier, 2014. 167-171.
  • Swerlick RA, Campbell CF. Medication Dyes as a Source of Drug Allergy. J Drugs Dermatol. 2013 Jan;12(1):99-102.