Crystal Aguh, MD FAAD is a board-certified dermatologist and an Assistant Professor in the Department of Dermatology at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine. She is also the co-author of "Fundamentals of Ethnic Hair-The Dermatologist's Perspective. She obtained her undergraduate degree from Duke University and obtained a medical degree with honors from the University of Pennsylvania, School of Medicine.
Dr. Aguh completed her residency training at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, serving as the chief resident in her final year. She has published numerous articles in specialized areas such as pediatric dermatology and ethnic skin. During her training, she earned several awards, including a research award from the department of dermatology and an award for clinical excellence from Johns Hopkins Hospital.
Dr. Aguh is committed to using medical journalism as a tool to empower patients. She has worked as a medical consultant for ABC News and developed original content for the ABC News website and helped to produce medical segments for ABC World News Tonight with David Muir and Good Morning America.
Her areas of clinical focus are ethnic skin, complex medical dermatology, autoimmune disease, procedural dermatology, and international health.