Faculty

Michelle B. Bain MD

Clinical Assistant Professor of Dermatology, Director of Pediatric Skin Diseases and Director of Medical Student Education
Work 1801 W. Taylor Street Suite 3E Chicago IL 60612 Work Phone: (312) 996-8666
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Biographical Info

Clinical Assistant Professor of Dermatology, Director of Pediatric Skin Diseases and Director of Medical Student Education

 

Medical School: University of Illinois at Chicago
Internship: Medicine, Louis Weiss Hospital
Residency: University of Illinois at Chicago
Board Certification: American Board of Dermatology
Clinical Interests: Pediatric dermatology

Office Location: 1801 W. Taylor Street, Suite 3E, Chicago, IL 60612

To make an appointment: (312) 996-8666

 

Publications

Dr. Bain’s publications are depicted below, starting from the most recent papers:

Acne isolated within a Becker nevus of a 14 year-old Girl
Juhl M, Pappo E, Bain M.
Dermatology Online Journal 21(8), 2015

Nonpruritic papular facial eruption.

Schmitt CE, Toth-Manikowski SM, Fishman PM, Bain MB.

Cutis. 2014 July;94(1):E10-2. No abstract available.

PMID: 25101348

A perforating pilomatricomal horn on the arm of an 11-year-old girl.

Kost DM, Smart DR, Jones WB, Bain M.

Dermatol Online J. 2014 Apr 16;20(4):22371.

PMID: 24746308

Spreading Rash and papules in a 6-week-old
Peterson M, Bain M, Noronha P.
Contemporary Pediatrics 27(12):23-24, 2010

Genodermatoses
Micali G, Bene-Bain MA, Guitart J. Solomon LM
Pediatric Dermatology (2nd edition) 1995

Genodermatoses
Worobec-Victor SM, Bene-Bain MA
Pediatric Dermatology. 1988

Oculocutaneous Genetic Diseases.
Worobec-Victor SM, Bene-Bain MA.
Goldberg’s Genetic and Metabolic Eye Diseases. 1986

Giant congenital neuroid melanocytic nevus.

Solomon L, Eng AM, Bené M, Loeffel ED.

Arch Dermatol. 1980 Mar;116(3):318-20.

PMID: 6768340

 

[The Wiedemann-Beckwith syndrome].

Bene M.

Rev Pediatr Obstet Ginecol Pediatr. 1978 Jan-Mar;27(1):75-81. Romanian. No abstract available.

PMID: 418483
Categories: Department of Dermatology