- Ginette Hinds, M.D., Co-Director
- Jonathan Zenilman, M.D., Co-Director
- Gerald S. Lazarus, M.D.
- Luis Garza, M.D., Ph.D.
- Kristine Johnson, M.D.
- Lloyd Miller, M.D., Ph.D.
- Sarah Nakib, M.D., MPH
- Susan Rhee, M.D.
- Jason Bienert, RN
- Kelly Carnaggio, RN, LDN
- Maureen Clark, RN, BSN, CWOCN
- Cynthia Shephard, RN, CWOCN
- Melissa Venker, RN, BSN, CWOCN
Ginette Hinds, M.D., director of the Department of Dermatology at Johns Hopkins Bayview and assistant professor of dermatology at The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, earned a medical degree at Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons in New York. She completed an internship in internal medicine at the University of Pennsylvania’s Pennsylvania Hospital in Philadelphia, followed by dermatology training at Yale University, where she also served as a chief resident.
A board-certified dermatologist, Dr. Hinds focuses on skin, hair and nail conditions of people with darker skin tones, such as people of african-american, asian, hispanic, middle eastern and native american descent. As director of the Ethnic Skin Program, she is committed to outstanding clinical care and research in the field of ethnic skin and to community outreach and enrichment. The Ethnic Skin Program focuses on diseases that disproportionately affect people with ethnic skin such as razor bumps, keloids, hair thinning, sarcoidosis, lupus and mycosis fungoides. Dr. Hinds also has clinical interests in general medical dermatology, cutaneous T-cell lymphoma and infectious diseases.
Dr. Hinds is a diplomate of the American Board of Dermatology, a founding member of the Young Physicians Taskforce of the Women’s Dermatologic society, and an active member of the American Academy of Dermatology, Dermatology Foundation, National Medical Association, Skin of Color Society and the Women’s Dermatologic Society. She also has authored articles and book chapters on general dermatology and in the field of ethnic skin.
Sarah Nakib, M.D., MPH, assistant professor of dermatology at The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, earned a medical degree at the University of Minnesota, where she also completed a combined dermatology and internal medicine residency program and served as a chief resident.
A board-certified dermatologist, Dr. Nakib practices general and medical dermatology, with interests in autoimmune conditions affecting the skin, such as lupus, alopecia areata, and morphea. She also cares for patients with chronic wounds, including those with pyoderma gangrenosum. She has been involved with international dermatology efforts, and most recently worked in Botswana, through the Botswana-UPenn Partnership clinics.
Dr. Nakib's research focuses on the epidemiology of skin diseases with immune dysfunction and related infections. She has a master’s of public health in epidemiology, and completed a fellowship at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Susan Rhee, M.D., clinical associate in infectious diseases, earned a medical degree at the University at Buffalo School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences. She then completed residency in combined internal medicine/pediatrics at Albany Medical Center in Albany, NY, as well as a fellowship in infectious diseases at the University of Rochester.
Dr. Rhee holds clinical interests in infectious diseases in the elderly and antimicrobial stewardship in the long-term care setting.