Marina I. Peredo, M.D. is an internationally renowned board-certified, Manhattan-based dermatologist. She lifted her concept of aesthetic artistry to a whole new level with Skinfluence™. Dr. Peredo is certified by the American Board of Dermatology and a fellow in the American Academy of Dermatology as well as the American Society of Dermatologiv Surgery. She is also a member of the Women’s Dermatology Society, the American Medical Association and the International Society of Dermatology among others.
Dr. Peredo is acclaimed for her dedication to teaching the incoming talents of residents and fellows alike. Her excellent teaching skills and commitment to passing on her knowledge has earned her many teaching awards and recognition including the Columbia University Medical Center, Award for contributions to the teaching and research mission of the Department of Dermatology. Dr. Peredo has also served as a primary investigator in multiple FDA clinical trials. Her expertise in advanced laser technology, laser-assisted liposuction and skin rejuvenation make her a well-known national trainer for aesthetic procedures.
Clinical trials are research studies designed to investigate the effectiveness and safety of new therapies. This not only advances the potential treatment options for patients, but also promotes greater understanding into the possible causes and natural evolution of the newest treatments and technologies
The safety of our patients is of utmost importance to us. Patients are carefully monitored by physicians, in all of our clinical trials. Prior to entering a clinical trial, our patients meet with a member of our Clinical Studies team to discuss the study design and their suitability and eligibility to participate.
Should an investigational trial be appropriate, a patient will be presented with an informed consent package to review and sign. This provides information about the study, the investigational drug or therapy, and the patient’s rights and responsibilities as a partner and participant in this important scientific endeavor.