Dr. Katina Miles
Dr. Katina Miles’ journey in medicine began at Howard University College of Medicine in Washington, DC where she earned her medical degree in 1999. After medical school, she completed a preliminary internal medicine residency at the University of Maryland at Baltimore. In 2000, Dr. Miles continued her training at Washington Hospital Center where she completed two fellowships. She received specialized training as a Melanoma Fellow at Washington Hospital Center Cancer Institute. During this fellowship, she conducted melanoma research and developed expertise in melanoma detection and dermoscopy. Her second fellowship concentrated in general dermatology where she conducted cutting edge research in the treatments of psoriasis and acne. After her research fellowships, she completed her dermatology residency training in 2007 at Georgetown University/Washington Hospital Center where she served as Chief Resident.
Dr. Miles is a board certified dermatologist and a Fellow of the American Academy of Dermatology. With over 15 years of experience, Dr. Miles has been published in peer reviewed medical textbooks and journals. With her advanced training in the use of the dermatoscope, she is an expert in skin cancer detection and treatment. Dr. Miles is also specialist in skin of color who is passionate about treating and preventing hair loss and other skin conditions that commonly affect ethnic skin.